BARACK OBAMA BIRTH CERTIFICATE: Suit ...

BARACK OBAMA BIRTH CERTIFICATE: Suit contesting Obama's citizen...

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The U.S. Supreme Court will consider Friday whether to take up a lawsuit challenging President-elect Barack Obama 's U.S. citizenship, a continuation of a New Jersey case embraced by some opponents of Obama's ...

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Truth Detector

Louisville, KY

#168026 Aug 18, 2013
Scrutiny wrote:
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Speaking of scrutiny...
There is one thing you could do to not sound batshit insane. As most others have moved on.
You could PROVE he is from Kenya. Shouldn't be that difficult. I mean, you know that for a fact... right?
Accomplish that and people may stop laughing at you.
You must have something/anything that amounts to more than hearsay.
If you had evidence that he was born in Kenya you would be JUSTIFIED is repeatedly making the same statements over and over and over again. Because it wouldn't be just some random guy who is less than pleased with the POTUS. You would transform into someone who could be taken seriously.
Good luck, and you are welcome.
This is straight from the Muslim's own mouth!
Obama was the very 1st person to tell his Literary Agent that he was born in Kenya!

A forged document can only contain phony facts!
A forged document is an illegal document, no matter what it reports as phony facts.
If the facts were true, there would be no need for a forgery.
If the facts were true, one could get a certified copy of the document that would withstand scrutiny.
That Obama has not done!

Let's have a dialogue based on facts about the subject of this thread.
I have two questions.

Tell us, how can you prove a Hawaiian birth with a fraudulent birth certificate?
You can't!
What is the only thing that a fraudulent document proves?
It proves that fraud has been committed!
But you don't believe him on that, huh?

Since: Oct 09

Moreno Valley, CA

#168027 Aug 19, 2013
Truth Detector wrote:
<quoted text>
Poopoo stain, why not answer the questions asked by the real Grand Birther?
Let's have a dialogue based on facts about the subject of this thread.
I have two questions.
Tell us, how can you prove a Hawaiian birth with a fraudulent birth certificate?
You can't!
What is the only thing that a fraudulent document proves?
It proves that fraud has been committed!
Obama's ass still got your tongue, Poopoo stain?
Says the ignorant birfoon who immediately commenced digging up the goalpost just as soon as the “exact numerical address” was confirmed. Now he thinks he can simply will the BC fraudulent. Jeeeez……

You funny man GB!

Since: Oct 09

Moreno Valley, CA

#168028 Aug 19, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
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Could you kindly qualify "African Americans" for me? Do you include Caucasians who can trace their heritage in Egypt to more than 10,000 years ago? And what do you can a Caucasian fro Egypt who is an American citizen?
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Hummm, I guess you too are unable to answer that question. Me race obsessed? Just ask Justice Clarence Thomas whether he is a African-anything and catch his response.
My original post seems not to have registered.

Anyway,

Until you understand the issue is citizenship and not race you will always be confused Rogue. Yes, a white born in Africa who attains American citizenship does in fact have African American citizenship status.

And yes, I know the definitive prefix would be the actual country in Africa of one’s birth but generally speaking not so much. Since you profess to be a citizen of all America (American Citizen) rather than a US citizen you of all people should understand this generalization.

I suppose one could say that I am a US citizen of possible African decent but my guess is if we go back far enough we can all make that claim.
Fox News Makes You Stupid

Sayville, NY

#168030 Aug 19, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
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And john F-up Kerry joined the Navy RESERVES thinking he would be able to avoid Vietnam but it backfired on him. Meanwhile G.W. Bush joined the Texas ANG knowing full well that his unit was rotating in and out of SEA (do you know what that is?). But G.W. finished his training in June 1970 and his unit was returning from SEA before Christmas that year and no further crews from his unit were being sent over!!!
Just face it, you hate Conservatives and the only thing you know about the military is what you read from George Soros approved sources.
Now, what military service do YOU have? Less than 10% of all IAVA members have ever been in the military!!! Can't rebut that, can you?!?
When asked why he served less than the six-year commitment, Bush responded,“I was going to Harvard Business School and worked it out with the military.”

MILITARY 101:

The military releases individuals for the convenience of the military, NOT FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE INDIVIDUAL ( e.g., so someone could attend business school).

Because the 111th FIS had a need for pilots at the time Bush was discharged, and because his early release could not have been for his own convenience, there must have been a reason the military could no longer use the services of Dumbya Bush.

Listen to ignorant Bush in his own words:

On “Meet the Press,” Bush said,“I put in my time, proudly so.” When pressed by Russert on why news reporters who previously investigated the charge could find no records of his Alabama service, Bush said,“ They’re just wrong. There may be no evidence, but I did report; otherwise, I wouldn’t have been honorably discharged.

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Bush said ,“They’re just wrong. There may be no evidence, but I did report; otherwise, I wouldn’t have been honorably discharged.

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There may be no evidence,

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There may be no evidence,

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There may be no evidence,

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There may be no evidence,

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Bush defends military service record in NBC interview /
President also backs Tenet, war against Iraq
http://tinyurl.com/2zyjug Feb. 9, 2004

President Bush defended his service in the National Guard during an interview aired Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press” and offered to produce evidence to counter allegations raised by political opponents that he was AWOL for a time in 1972.

On “Meet the Press,” Bush said,“I put in my time, proudly so.” When pressed by Russert on why news reporters who previously investigated the charge could find no records of his Alabama service, Bush said,“They’re just wrong. There may be no evidence, but I did report; otherwise, I wouldn’t have been honorably discharged.

In other words, you don’t just say ‘I did something’ without there being verification. Military doesn’t work that way. I got an honorable discharge, and I did show up in Alabama.” http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/4209283/
Fox News Makes You Stupid

Sayville, NY

#168031 Aug 19, 2013
Top judge: US and UK acted as 'vigilantes' in Iraq invasion
Former senior law lord condemns 'serious violation of international law'
18 November 2008 / http://tinyurl.com/5mogau
One of Britain's most authoritative judicial figures last night delivered a blistering attack on the invasion of Iraq, describing it as a serious violation of international law, and accusing Britain and the US of acting like a "world vigilante".
Lord Bingham, in his first major speech since retiring as the senior law lord, rejected the then attorney general's defence of the 2003 invasion as fundamentally flawed
http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2008/nov/18/i...

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Top Ten Myths about Iraq, 2008
by Juan Cole / December 26, 2008 / http://tinyurl.com/6sed4v
1. Iraqis are safer because of Bush's War. In fact, conditions of insecurity have helped created both an internal and external refugee problem:
' At least 4.2 million Iraqis were displaced. These included 2.2 million who were displaced within Iraq and some 2 million refugees, mostly in Syria (around 1.4 million) and Jordan (around half a million). In the last months of the year both these neighbouring states, struggling to meet the health, education and other needs of the Iraqi refugees already present, introduced visa requirements that impeded the entry of Iraqis seeking refuge. Within Iraq, most governorates barred entry to Iraqis fleeing sectarian violence elsewhere.'

2. Large numbers of Iraqis in exile abroad have returned. In fact, no great number have returned, and more Iraqis may still be leaving to Syria than returning.

3. Iraqis are materially better off because of Bush's war. In fact, A million Iraqis are "food insecure" and another 6 million need UN food rations to survive. Oxfam estimated in summer, 2007, that 28% of Iraqi children are malnourished.

4. The Bush administration scored a major victory with its Status of Forces Agreement. In fact, The Iraqis forced on Bush an agreement that the US would withdraw combat troops from Iraqi cities by July, 2009,and would completely withdraw from the Country by the end of 2011. The Bush administration had wanted 58 long-term bases, and the authority to arrest Iraqis at will and to launch military operations unilaterally.

5. Minorities in Iraq are safer since Bush's invasion. In fact, there have in 2008 been significant attacks on and displacement of Iraqi Christians from Mosul. In early January of 2008, guerrillas bombed churches in Mosul, wounding a number of persons. More recently, some 13,000 Christians have had to flee Mosul because of violence.

6. The sole explanation for the fall in the monthly death rate for Iraqi civilians was the troop excalation or surge of 30,000 extra US troops in 2007. In fact, troop levels had been that high before without major effect. The US military did good counter-insurgency in 2007. The major reason for the fall in the death toll, however, was that the Shiites won the war for Baghdad, ethnically cleansing hundreds of thousands of Sunnis from the capital, and turning it into a city with a Shiite majority of 75 to 80 percent.(When Bush invaded, Baghdad was about 50/50 Sunni and Shiite). The high death tolls in 2006 and 2007 were a by-product of this massive ethnic cleansing campaign. Now, a Shiite militiaman in Baghdad would have to drive for a while to find a Sunni Arab to kill.
Fox News Makes You Stupid

Sayville, NY

#168033 Aug 19, 2013
HOW MANY ARE FOOD INSECURE? WHERE DO THE FOOD INSECURE LIVE?
http://www.uniraq.org/documents/Iraq_CFSVA_Fl...

Total Defeat for U.S. in Iraq
It's All Spelled Out in Unpublicized Agreement
December 11, 2008 / http://tinyurl.com/kx7wu69
http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/arti...

Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani
http://www.sistani.org/

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#168034 Aug 19, 2013
Fox News Makes You Stupid wrote:
Top judge: US and UK acted as 'vigilantes' in Iraq invasion
Former senior law lord condemns 'serious violation of international law'
18 November 2008 / http://tinyurl.com/5mogau
One of Britain's most authoritative judicial figures last night delivered a blistering attack on the invasion of Iraq, describing it as a serious violation of international law, and accusing Britain and the US of acting like a "world vigilante".
Lord Bingham, in his first major speech since retiring as the senior law lord, rejected the then attorney general's defence of the 2003 invasion as fundamentally flawed
http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2008/nov/18/i...
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Top Ten Myths about Iraq, 2008
by Juan Cole / December 26, 2008 / http://tinyurl.com/6sed4v
1. Iraqis are safer because of Bush's War. In fact, conditions of insecurity have helped created both an internal and external refugee problem:
' At least 4.2 million Iraqis were displaced. These included 2.2 million who were displaced within Iraq and some 2 million refugees, mostly in Syria (around 1.4 million) and Jordan (around half a million). In the last months of the year both these neighbouring states, struggling to meet the health, education and other needs of the Iraqi refugees already present, introduced visa requirements that impeded the entry of Iraqis seeking refuge. Within Iraq, most governorates barred entry to Iraqis fleeing sectarian violence elsewhere.'
2. Large numbers of Iraqis in exile abroad have returned. In fact, no great number have returned, and more Iraqis may still be leaving to Syria than returning.
3. Iraqis are materially better off because of Bush's war. In fact, A million Iraqis are "food insecure" and another 6 million need UN food rations to survive. Oxfam estimated in summer, 2007, that 28% of Iraqi children are malnourished.
4. The Bush administration scored a major victory with its Status of Forces Agreement. In fact, The Iraqis forced on Bush an agreement that the US would withdraw combat troops from Iraqi cities by July, 2009,and would completely withdraw from the Country by the end of 2011. The Bush administration had wanted 58 long-term bases, and the authority to arrest Iraqis at will and to launch military operations unilaterally.
5. Minorities in Iraq are safer since Bush's invasion. In fact, there have in 2008 been significant attacks on and displacement of Iraqi Christians from Mosul. In early January of 2008, guerrillas bombed churches in Mosul, wounding a number of persons. More recently, some 13,000 Christians have had to flee Mosul because of violence.
6. The sole explanation for the fall in the monthly death rate for Iraqi civilians was the troop excalation or surge of 30,000 extra US troops in 2007. In fact, troop levels had been that high before without major effect. The US military did good counter-insurgency in 2007. The major reason for the fall in the death toll, however, was that the Shiites won the war for Baghdad, ethnically cleansing hundreds of thousands of Sunnis from the capital, and turning it into a city with a Shiite majority of 75 to 80 percent.(When Bush invaded, Baghdad was about 50/50 Sunni and Shiite). The high death tolls in 2006 and 2007 were a by-product of this massive ethnic cleansing campaign. Now, a Shiite militiaman in Baghdad would have to drive for a while to find a Sunni Arab to kill.
Sobering to say the least

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#168035 Aug 19, 2013
EXPERT wrote:
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Can't be...Poppo, have you and two buddies ever went to Mexico, pull an all-nighter then on the way back got a flat on the 215 and Vanburen, hitched a ride with Riverside's Hazmat Unit to the entrance of March Airforce base?
If by "all nighter", you mean getting drunk, No. I never drank, don't drink and at this stage in life don't intend to start. And I never did approach the entrance of March Air force base.

Mind you, this is my opinion only, but for me, there are two ways to get drunk :

a) the spontaneous way, you just innocently drink too much, it's accidental;

b) the intentional and planned drunken binge or bender. Stupid, childish, stupid, childish, stupid, childish. And not only do you miss he fun, if ever you had any at all, you don't remember it.
Learn to Read

Indianapolis, IN

#168037 Aug 19, 2013
Truth Detector wrote:
<quoted text>You can stop your stupidity as soon as you can answer these questions.

A forged document can only contain phony facts!
A forged document is an illegal document, no matter what it reports as phony facts.
If the facts were true, there would be no need for a forgery.
If the facts were true, one could get a certified copy of the document that would withstand scrutiny.
That Obama has not done!

Let's have a dialogue based on facts about the subject of this thread.
I have two questions.

Tell us, how can you prove a Hawaiian birth with a fraudulent birth certificate?
You can't!
What is the only thing that a fraudulent document proves?
It proves that fraud has been committed!

Incidentally, this can only mean that you will remain stupid, because we both know that you can't or won't answer them truthfully.
"On April 27, 2011 President Barack Obama posted a certified copy of his original Certificate of Live Birth."

http://hawaii.gov/health/vital-records/obama....

And the poor illiterate Birfoon can't comprehend English and so insists that this very clear statement doesn't mean what it says. Sucks to be Tacky

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#168038 Aug 19, 2013
[Fox News Makes You Stupid wrote:
Top judge: US and UK acted as 'vigilantes' in Iraq invasion
Former senior law lord condemns 'serious violation of international law'
18 November 2008 / http://tinyurl.com/5mogau
One of Britain's most authoritative judicial figures last night delivered a blistering attack on the invasion of Iraq, describing it as a serious violation of international law, and accusing Britain and the US of acting like a "world vigilante".
Lord Bingham, in his first major speech since retiring as the senior law lord, rejected the then attorney general's defence of the 2003 invasion as fundamentally flawed
http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2008/nov/18/i ...
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Top Ten Myths about Iraq, 2008
by Juan Cole / December 26, 2008 / http://tinyurl.com/6sed4v
1. Iraqis are safer because of Bush's War. >>>>>
2. Large numbers of Iraqis in exile abroad have returned. >>>
3. Iraqis are materially better off because of Bush's war. >>>>
4. The Bush administration scored a major victory with its Status of Forces Agreement.>>>>> >>>>>
5. Minorities in Iraq are safer since Bush's invasion. >>>>>>> >>
6. The sole explanation for the fall in the monthly death rate for Iraqi civilians was the troop excalation or surge of 30,000 extra US troops in 2007. >>>>>>>
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
Sobering to say the least
Well, have you noticed that those articles were posted around the 2008 election? WHY??? Now, how has Iraq done since Obama pulled us out of there? And now Iraq wants our military intelligence to help them out!
Iraq to U.S.: Can you send us some drones to deal with al Qaeda?
By Lara Jakes-Associated Press Friday, August 16, 2013
WASHINGTON — Iraq’s top diplomat says lethal U.S. drones could be based in Iraq to help fight a growing threat by al Qaeda.
The Iraqi foreign minister is Hoshyar Zebari.
SEE ALSO: Al Qaeda drives Iraq toward chaos; U.S. withdrawal left door open to sectarian battle for power
Zebari said Friday that Iraqi forces need U.S. help with surveillance and analyzing intelligence. He suggests that an unspecified but limited number of American counterterror advisers could be stationed in Iraq to help its military deter a recent spike in deadly attacks.
Read more: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/aug/...
Follow us:@washtimes on Twitter

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#168039 Aug 19, 2013
Learn to Read wrote:
<quoted text>
"On April 27, 2011 President Barack Obama posted a certified copy of his original Certificate of Live Birth."
http://hawaii.gov/health/vital-records/obama....
And the poor illiterate Birfoon can't comprehend English and so insists that this very clear statement doesn't mean what it says. Sucks to be Tacky
You are totally wrong. It is not only not a copy of his birth certificate, it is not a copy of anything. This has been proven to be only a computer generate thing.
Even the State of Hawaii will not claim it is a copy of any document. They have only stated that the "information is correct", and nothing more.
Fox News Makes You Stupid

Sayville, NY

#168040 Aug 19, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
[Fox News Makes You Stupid wrote:
Top judge: US and UK acted as 'vigilantes' in Iraq invasion
Former senior law lord condemns 'serious violation of international law'
18 November 2008 / http://tinyurl.com/5mogau
One of Britain's most authoritative judicial figures last night delivered a blistering attack on the invasion of Iraq, describing it as a serious violation of international law, and accusing Britain and the US of acting like a "world vigilante".
Lord Bingham, in his first major speech since retiring as the flawed
http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2008/nov/18/i ...
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Top Ten Myths about Iraq, 2008
by Juan Cole / December 26, 2008 / http://tinyurl.com/6sed4v
1. Iraqis are safer because of Bush's War. >>>>>
2. Large numbers of Iraqis in exile abroad have returned. >>>
3. Iraqis are materially better off because of Bush's war. >>>>
4. The Bush administration scored a major victory with its Status of Forces Agreement.>>>>> >>>>>
5. Minorities in Iraq are safer since Bush's invasion. >>>>>>> >>
6. The sole explanation for the fall in the monthly death rate for Iraqi civilians was the troop excalation or surge of 30,000 extra US troops in 2007. >>>>>>>
<quoted text>
Well, have you noticed that those articles were posted around the 2008 election? WHY??? Now, how has Iraq done since Obama pulled us out of there? And now Iraq wants our military intelligence to help them out!
Iraq to U.S.: Can you send us some drones to deal with al Qaeda?
By Lara Jakes-Associated Press Friday, August 16, 2013
WASHINGTON — Iraq’s top diplomat says lethal U.S. drones could be based in Iraq to help fight a growing threat by al Qaeda.
The Iraqi foreign minister is Hoshyar Zebari.
SEE ALSO: Al Qaeda drives Iraq toward chaos; U.S. withdrawal left door open to sectarian battle for power
Zebari said Friday that Iraqi forces need U.S. help with surveillance and analyzing intelligence. He suggests that an unspecified but limited number of American counterterror advisers could be stationed in Iraq to help its military deter a recent spike in deadly attacks.
Read more: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/aug/...
Follow us:@washtimes on Twitter
Iraq and Afghanistan are still in disarray and violence all because of Bush and Cheney.

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"I'm not sure which planet they live on"
Hawks in the Bush administration may be making deadly miscalculations on Iraq, says Gen. Anthony Zinni, Bush's Middle East envoy.
Oct 17, 2002 / http://tinyurl.com/8wxp4b
President Bush continues to encounter war critics in the unlikeliest of places — the United States military, for example. Last summer, retired Gen. Brent Scowcroft, who served as national security advisor to Bush’s father during the Gulf War, bluntly expressed his doubt about a unilateral war against Iraq. A few weeks later, a trio of four-star generals appeared before Congress to echo that concern.

One of them was Gen. Wesley Clark, a former NATO military commander.“If we go in unilaterally, or without the full weight of international organizations behind us, if we go in with a very sparse number of allies, if we go in without an effective information operation … we’re liable to supercharge recruiting for al-Qaida,” Clark said.

Now comes retired Marine Gen. Anthony Zinni, former head of Central Command for U.S. forces in the Middle East, who has worked recently as the State Department’s envoy to the region with a mission to encourage talks between Palestinians and Israelis. Zinni, a Purple Heart recipient who served in Vietnam and helped command forces in the Gulf War and in Somalia, spoke last Thursday in Washington at the Middle East Institute’s annual conference and laid out his own reservations about a potential war with Iraq.
http://dir.salon.com/story/news/feature/2002/...
Fox News Makes You Stupid

Sayville, NY

#168041 Aug 19, 2013
War in Iraq's aftermath hits troops hard
7/21/2003 / http://tinyurl.com/hwtn
WASHINGTON — On March 16, just three days before the first U.S. bombs fell on Iraq, Vice President Cheney signaled on NBC's Meet the Press what sort of war the Bush administration thought American troops were about to fight: "Things have gotten so bad inside Iraq ... we will, in fact, be greeted as liberators," Cheney said.
But so far, the verdict on the aftermath of that campaign is much harsher. More than three months after Baghdad fell, American soldiers are not being treated like liberators. Instead, they are mired in a guerrilla war, according to Gen. John Abizaid, the commander of U.S. forces in the region. Shadowy forces prey on U.S. troops, sabotage the nation's electric grid and other vital infrastructure, and spread fear among average Iraqis that Saddam is coming back.
Administration officials say the violence will eventually subside. But as of mid-July, even the top U.S. official in Iraq was offering no clear forecast for when. "We need to be patient," Paul Bremer, the U.S. administrator for Iraq, told Meet the Press on Sunday. While expressing confidence that resistance could be overcome, he conceded that "we are going to be there for a while. I don't know how many years."
http://www.usatoday.com/news/world/iraq/2003-...

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Pentagon unit defied CIA advice to justify Iraq war
Alternative' agency set up to link Saddam to al-Qaida
Mainstream intelligence was cast aside, Senate told
10 February 2007 / http://tinyurl.com/8o32ay
An "alternative intelligence" unit operating at the Pentagon in the run-up to the war on Iraq was dedicated to establishing a link between Saddam Hussein and al-Qaida, even though the CIA was unconvinced of such a connection, the US Senate was told yesterday.
A report presented to the armed services committee by the Pentagon's inspector general, Thomas Gimble, exposes the Bush administration to new charges of manipulating intelligence to make its case for going to war against Saddam nearly four years ago.
Mr Gimble described a unit called the Office for Special Plans, authorised by then Pentagon chief Donald Rumsfeld and overseen by the former policy chief Douglas Feith, to review raw intelligence on Iraq. The main focus of the unit was establishing a link between Saddam and al-Qaida - going against the consensus in the intelligence community that the Iraqi leader had nothing to do with the September 11 2001 terror attacks./ http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2007/feb/10/u...

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#168042 Aug 19, 2013
iava org wrote:
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President Cheney, Vice President Rummy and the Dummy Bush will go down in all of American history as the worst administration ever.
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Report Spotlights Iraq Rebuilding Blunders
December 13, 2008 / http://tinyurl.com/586joh
BAGHDAD — An unpublished 513-page federal history of the American-led reconstruction of Iraq depicts an effort crippled before the invasion by Pentagon planners who were hostile to the idea of rebuilding a foreign country, and then molded into a $100 billion failure by bureaucratic turf wars, spiraling violence and ignorance of the basic elements of Iraqi society and infrastructure.
http://www.nytimes.com/2008/12/14/world/middl ...
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
AMEN
It is not the military's job to rebuild nations. Their job is the break the enemies will to continue to war against us. I was not in favor of rebuilding their country because they are Muslims and, unlike German and Japan, will NEVER REFORM their ways.

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#168043 Aug 19, 2013
Frito Bandito wrote:
<quoted text>
We all know IAVA is a loony-left organization made up of over 90% of NONE military vets from the loony-tooney-left.
wojar wrote:
<quoted text>
I agree that there are no looney-tooney-left veterans in that organization.
Does Rougie know what 90% of none equals?
So does Rougie comprehend what over 90% of none from the left means according to the English language?
Yep, a poorly written sentence. My point being, other than a token number of military vets, the rest are all loony-tooney-lefty civilians.
You see, the left like to take on a moniker that makes them look mainstream, when in fact they are anything put. The IAVA claims to be none partisan when they are ultra far left like YOU!
Learn to Read

Indianapolis, IN

#168044 Aug 19, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>You are totally wrong. It is not only not a copy of his birth certificate, it is not a copy of anything. This has been proven to be only a computer generate thing.
Even the State of Hawaii will not claim it is a copy of any document. They have only stated that the "information is correct", and nothing more.
Another illiterate Birfoon who can't comprehend English and has no clue what the word "proven" means

The State of Hawaii clearly and plainly states

"On April 27, 2011 President Barack Obama posted a certified copy of his original Certificate of Live Birth."

http://hawaii.gov/health/vital-records/obama....

What part of "a certified copy of his original" confuses you most Jercque err Rouge

“On Deck”

Since: Aug 08

French Polynesia

#168046 Aug 19, 2013
"This pogrom against Egypt's historic Christian community is more bloody proof that the Muslim Brotherhood is not a fit partner for a future democratic Egypt but an avowed enemy of democracy, equality and freedom. The violent targeting of an entire religious community comprising millions of fellow citizens, its longstanding hatred of the Jewish people, its intolerance of any Muslim who does not share their theology or world view, confirms to the world what the Muslim Brotherhood really is - an extremist hate group."

Simon Weisenthal Center, 16 August 2013
Learn to Read

Indianapolis, IN

#168047 Aug 19, 2013
"Canadian lawyers told the Morning News that Cruz's birth in Canada also instantly conferred upon him Canadian citizenship, though a spokeswoman for Cruz said he was not aware of having dual citizenship."

http://politi.co/13yMk40

So Birfoons - is "I didn't know" a defense against dual citizenship?

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#168048 Aug 19, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>You are totally wrong. It is not only not a copy of his birth certificate, it is not a copy of anything. This has been proven to be only a computer generate thing.
Even the State of Hawaii will not claim it is a copy of any document. They have only stated that the "information is correct", and nothing more.
Learn to Read wrote:
<quoted text>
Another illiterate Birfoon who can't comprehend English and has no clue what the word "proven" means
The State of Hawaii clearly and plainly states
"On April 27, 2011 President Barack Obama posted a certified copy of his original Certificate of Live Birth."
http://hawaii.gov/health/vital-records/obama....
What part of "a certified copy of his original" confuses you most Jercque err Rouge
Sorry, THEY lied. The image on the internet is NOT a copy of any document and has been proven to be a fraud!
Okay, show us a copy of another document that resembles the one Obama posted? There isn't any!
Fox News Makes You Stupid

Sayville, NY

#168049 Aug 19, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
[Fox News Makes You Stupid wrote:
Top judge: US and UK acted as 'vigilantes' in Iraq invasion
Former senior law lord condemns 'serious violation of international law'
18 November 2008 / http://tinyurl.com/5mogau
One of Britain's most authoritative judicial figures last night delivered a blistering attack on the invasion of Iraq, describing it as a serious violation of international law, and accusing Britain and the US of acting like a "world vigilante".
Lord Bingham, in his first major speech since retiring as the senior law lord, rejected the then attorney general's defence of the 2003 invasion as fundamentally flawed
http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2008/nov/18/i ...
=========
Top Ten Myths about Iraq, 2008
by Juan Cole / December 26, 2008 / http://tinyurl.com/6sed4v
1. Iraqis are safer because of Bush's War. >>>>>
2. Large numbers of Iraqis in exile abroad have returned. >>>
3. Iraqis are materially better off because of Bush's war. >>>>
4. The Bush administration scored a major victory with its Status of Forces Agreement.>>>>> >>>>>
5. Minorities in Iraq are safer since Bush's invasion. >>>>>>> >>
6. The sole explanation for the fall in the monthly death rate for Iraqi civilians was the troop excalation or surge of 30,000 extra US troops in 2007. >>>>>>>
<quoted text>
Well, have you noticed that those articles were posted around the 2008 election? WHY??? Now, how has Iraq done since Obama pulled us out of there? And now Iraq wants our military intelligence to help them out!
Iraq to U.S.: Can you send us some drones to deal with al Qaeda?
By Lara Jakes-Associated Press Friday, August 16, 2013
WASHINGTON — Iraq’s top diplomat says lethal U.S. drones could be based in Iraq to help fight a growing threat by al Qaeda.
The Iraqi foreign minister is Hoshyar Zebari.
SEE ALSO: Al Qaeda drives Iraq toward chaos; U.S. withdrawal left door open to sectarian battle for power
Zebari said Friday that Iraqi forces need U.S. help with surveillance and analyzing intelligence. He suggests that an unspecified but limited number of American counterterror advisers could be stationed in Iraq to help its military deter a recent spike in deadly attacks.
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Senate committee: Bush knew Iraq claims weren't true
June 5, 2008 / http://tinyurl.com/55f74x
WASHINGTON — President Bush, Vice President Dick Cheney and other top officials promoted the invasion of Iraq with public statements that weren't supported by intelligence or that concealed differences among intelligence agencies, the Senate Intelligence Committee said on Thursday in a report that was delayed by bitter partisan infighting.
A second report found that a special office set up under then-secretary of defense Donald H. Rumsfeld conducted "sensitive intelligence activities" that were inappropriate "without the knowledge of the Intelligence Community or the State Department." That report revealed that Pentagon counterintelligence officials suspected that Iran might have tried to use the group to influence administration policymakers.
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