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#25477 Oct 26, 2012
Mike Duquette wrote:
<quoted text> I would hardly call a National Security Adviser or a Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, just a military adviser.
I would not call him adviser on trade either.

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#25478 Oct 26, 2012
Mike Duquette wrote:
<quoted text> I would hardly call a National Security Adviser or a Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, just a military adviser.
What would you call him?

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#25479 Oct 26, 2012
emlu wrote:
<quoted text>What would you call him?
Someone who knows more than most humans on earth on American foreign policy.
Mitt's advisor suggested he is not supporting Obama due to policies, but due to race.

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#25480 Oct 26, 2012
emlu wrote:
<quoted text>I would not call him adviser on trade either.
Then ignore what he says on that, if you do not think his knowledge educates him on this.

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#25481 Oct 26, 2012
Co-chairman of the Romney campaign, Sununu thinks Powell only endorsed Obama because he is black. Not because of policy.
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#25482 Oct 26, 2012
waco1909 wrote:
<quoted text> You scared?
http://visiontoamerica.com/12633/obama-suppor...
Of what? They will or they won’t.

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#25483 Oct 26, 2012
Mike Duquette wrote:
<quoted text>Someone who knows more than most humans on earth on American foreign policy.
Mitt's advisor suggested he is not supporting Obama due to policies, but due to race.
Which foreign policy? Get specific, I looked up both positions and they relate only to military and national security issues. I at one time thought Powell could have ran for President, his expertise is in defense, that would have been the only thing against him. He needed knowledge of international economics and trade policy.

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#25484 Oct 26, 2012
emlu wrote:
<quoted text>Which foreign policy? Get specific, I looked up both positions and they relate only to military and national security issues. I at one time thought Powell could have ran for President, his expertise is in defense, that would have been the only thing against him. He needed knowledge of international economics and trade policy.
Am I pushing for Powell to be president? Nope. So who are you debating?
You and your team have been bitching like crazy for the past month on Obama's national security issues.
Powell thinks he is doing well in this area. Powell said Mitt is changing his stance on national security issues.
Now take that for what it is. But trying to divert as you clearly are doing is just making you look desperate to demean Powell's endorsement.
Just as when Sununu tried to diminish his credibility by claiming Powell was only supporting Obama because he is black.

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#25485 Oct 26, 2012
Mike Duquette wrote:
<quoted text>Am I pushing for Powell to be president? Nope. So who are you debating?
You and your team have been bitching like crazy for the past month on Obama's national security issues.
Powell thinks he is doing well in this area. Powell said Mitt is changing his stance on national security issues.
Now take that for what it is. But trying to divert as you clearly are doing is just making you look desperate to demean Powell's endorsement.
Just as when Sununu tried to diminish his credibility by claiming Powell was only supporting Obama because he is black.
Can you read? Where did I say you were pushing anything. I didn't. Powell can say anything he likes now that he is out of the loop. You can't prove different so save your lip service. I'm not demeaning anything. I think Powell is a brilliant military strategist. I only commented on Sununu because it basically was a question. Simple question.

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#25486 Oct 26, 2012
emlu wrote:
<quoted text>Can you read? Where did I say you were pushing anything. I didn't. Powell can say anything he likes now that he is out of the loop. You can't prove different so save your lip service. I'm not demeaning anything. I think Powell is a brilliant military strategist. I only commented on Sununu because it basically was a question. Simple question.
Sununu and his over the top racist remarks made Powell and his support for Obama in the loop.
You have whined on and on, and on about how Powell opinion is not relevant.
You have ignored the fact that Mitts top adviser is a racist.
Run from the substance like a typical republican chicken shit.

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#25487 Oct 26, 2012
Condalisa Rice said on Gretta Van Sustrun this week that all judgements and criticisms about Libya and the Obama administration should be restrained until all the facts about the incident are concluded and the definite facts are known. Also, she is out stomping for Romney, so this is not a biased comment or prejudiced position from her, as you think it may be if it from someone inside the Obama camp. This is just sound reasoning, but Republicans want to jump the gun and make it a political issue hoping to influence the election results in favor of Romney.

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#25488 Oct 26, 2012
Mike Duquette wrote:
<quoted text>Sununu and his over the top racist remarks made Powell and his support for Obama in the loop.
You have whined on and on, and on about how Powell opinion is not relevant.
You have ignored the fact that Mitts top adviser is a racist.
Run from the substance like a typical republican chicken shit.
Whew, that let's me out I'm not a Republican.
Henry

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#25489 Oct 26, 2012
Taxpayer wrote:
<quoted text>
http://visiontoamerica.com/12633/obama-suppor...
Of what? They will or they won’t.
All you're going to do is Bitch about Romney for the next four years now.
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League City, TX

#25490 Oct 26, 2012
Mike I don't think calling emlu a name is a smart thing to do.All it indicates is frustration on your part.

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#25491 Oct 26, 2012
Mike Duquette wrote:
<quoted text>That does not constitute 47% of American voters.
Are you all that bad at math?
If Mitt was referring to this, then why did he not say this? Why did he implicate 47% of American voters?

You see, we think he feels 47% of American voters, is this. But anyone that knows any facts on the matter, knows that is not possible.
I already told you: spin it as you wish. There are too many deadbeats abusing the system and I can assure you Obama will get their vote.

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#25492 Oct 26, 2012
emlu wrote:
<quoted text>Which foreign policy? Get specific, I looked up both positions and they relate only to military and national security issues. I at one time thought Powell could have ran for President, his expertise is in defense, that would have been the only thing against him. He needed knowledge of international economics and trade policy.
Lu, poor Mike thinks Colin Powell endorsing Obama is big news. He endorsed him in the last election. Do you think he endorsed him then based on his foreign policy experience? You think that has crossed Mike's mind yet?

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#25493 Oct 26, 2012
The Enemy Within wrote:
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I already told you: spin it as you wish. There are too many deadbeats abusing the system and I can assure you Obama will get their vote.
How many deadbeats are there abusing the system? Do you have a specific number?

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#25494 Oct 26, 2012
Mike Duquette wrote:
<quoted text>Then maybe you should not make fun of them for who they support for president.
Claiming you support the troops does not mean, you support the troops. Kind of like Fox news claiming to be fair and balanced.
Mike Duquette wrote:
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Colin Powell endorsed Obama.
Woohoo, give that man a participation trophy!
I support our troops for what they do as a military. I couldn't give a fat rat's ass who they endorse! The rest of your post is just more spin.

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#25495 Oct 26, 2012
Waco 1909 wrote:
Mike I don't think calling emlu a name is a smart thing to do.All it indicates is frustration on your part.
Good observation. I was frustrated due to the persistent dodging of the substance, as I said.
Since when is having human emotion bad?

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#25496 Oct 26, 2012
Mike Duquette wrote:
https://www.youtube.com/watch? feature=player_embedded&v= 2k_LMTNLZXc
Appearing on Fox News on Oct. 24, former Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice expresses the need to wait for an investigation to complete before drawing conclusions on Benghazi.
How convenient for the democrat controlled Senate to hold hearings on Nov 15th....after the election. Also, isn't it a coincidence the man who made "the video" is scheduled to be released from jail after the election.

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