Barack Obama, our next President

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"The road ahead will be long. Our climb will be steep," Obama cautioned. Young and charismatic but with little experience on the national level, Obama smashed through racial barriers and easily defeated ...
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The move for reasonable measures like background checks was damaged by extremist laws passed by some states and shameful theatrics by Obama. Nobody likes to be bullied and to be seen as caving to pressure.
Ya mean like Obama vis-a-vis Syria?
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With regard to Syria, there is little difference between Obama and McCain.
If you think Galt will be upset by your attacks on McCain, then knock yourself out.
The Progressives think they need to defend every moronic comment that someone from their "party" says.

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With regard to Syria, there is little difference between Obama and McCain.
If you think Galt will be upset by your attacks on McCain, then knock yourself out.
I'm betting Galt voted for McCain in '08.

Fair weather friend?
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RINO is an excellent term for a party demanding purity of thought and minority status.
RINO assists democrats in winning elections.
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McCain and Graham are not RINOs.

They are simply wrong on agitating for US involvement in additional Arab countries.

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I was telling you that in the current political environment that attempts to throw squirrels out to distract from the voter's concerns with their distrust of government and what is happening is not working.
The people who's votes I care about aren't voting for Dems/Reps.
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Lincoln LCN wrote:
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adaptation to changing world events,... see Bush Doctrine.(similar)
What Bush doctrine are you alleging
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Chicago's Tough Gun Control Laws Produce Dividends

Seven people were killed and at least 30 others were shot in violence that plagued Chicago over Father's Day weekend.

Five of the fatalities and 11 other shootings occurred overnight Saturday leading into Father's Day, including the fatal shooting of a 16-year-old boy.

On the Southwest Side, five people were shot, one fatally, in two shootings in the Little Village neighborhood.

Source: http://www.nbcchicago.com/news/local/1-Dead-1...

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Lily Boca Raton Fl wrote:
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What a dummy you are
Carter’s treatment of the Shah of Iran was his crowning achievement in his war against the United States and the stability of the world as a whole.

In 1901, a British Millionaire negotiated with Shah Mozzafar al-Din to allow him to prospect for oil in Persia for 60 years. In exchange, the Shah received about $2 million and 16% of future profits. The actual discovery of the first oil field was in 1908 and from then on Iran became the world’s top producer of oil with various European nations and the United States joining the British in running, and tapping the profits from, the oil fields. But at the same time the economy of Persia soared. True the Shah became rich. But he also cared for his people.

In the fifties American relations with Iran grew stronger and more confident under the Shah’s son who succeeded him. They courted the younger Shah as he continued to make Iran free and prosperous and at the same time made the United States more prosperous than ever. It was a win-win situation for the leaders and the people of both countries. In 1964 President Lyndon Johnson declared “What is going on in Iran is about the best thing going on anywhere in the World.” The trade in oil to fuel American motor cars caused a great deal of the prosperity that helped the United States recover from the war and take her place and the leader of the free world.

In the 1970s the Shah’s wise rule brought Iran to the position of being a power for good in the Middle East. His European education caused him to want to keep the Muslim clerics at bay and enact several modernizing changes in the age-old system of the country. These included rights for women and for ethnic and religious minorities and would probably have continued into a state of full democracy. But this infuriated the Islamic Fundamentalists who wanted to keep their chokehold on Iranian life.

The American administrations of Nixon and Ford stood shoulder to shoulder with the Shah in his fight to put down Islamic rebellions and offered him everything but nuclear weapons. Jimmy Carter toasted the Shah during a Tehran State visit on New Year’s Eve 1977 and declared that Iran was “an island of stability in one of the more troubled areas of the world... the Carter administration had been undermining the Shah’s regime by demanding that he make major reforms immediately and not wait for more stability.

The Shah was forced to rule with strength and determination for the sake of the whole free world. But Carter did not have the intellectual ability to understand such things. He just thought that everybody should be nice and make friends. Eventually by use of threats to curtail aid payments and arms Carter forced the Shah to release many radical fundamentalists and terrorists from his prisons and they quickly came together to form the mob who finally brought down the Pavlavi dynasty and replaced it with the terrorist leaders we see today in Iran. Soon the mob of terrorists had multiplied so many times it was impossible for the Shah to continue to govern and he was forced to step down.

Enter Hostage crisis. The whole world knew that Carter would never stand up to the Muslim mob in Tehran but the day before Ronald Reagan became President and Carter left the White House, the mob let the hostages go. They knew a real president in the United States would never stand for what weak-kneed Carter had allowed.

Worldwide revolution of fundamentalist Islam
But Carter’s moral weakness not only unleashed the horror of the present regime in Iran. He also began the worldwide revolution of fundamentalist Islam on the rest of the world. The so-called Arab Spring was born in Tehran and spread underground to the rest of the Arab, Muslim world.

Learn some history lily. Carter was a moron like you.
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"Outcasts"???
You can't turn on the news without seeing one, the other, or both.
Because McCain and Graham support Obama's efforts to create a diversion in Syria, highly favored by the media.

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Lincoln LCN wrote:
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adaptation to changing world events,... see Bush Doctrine.(similar)
That isn't the Bush doctrine.
What is the O'bama doctrine? no one knows do they?

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You must be a hell lot of fun at a party.
Quest: "I think it is going to snow."
You: "Crack cocaine is really a problem."
Quest: "Huh, I was talking about the weather."
You: "I am talking about drugs, try to keep up."
You are NEVER on topic or connect what your point is.
Whatever ...

I for one enjoy Lincoln's posts. Why don't you direct your ire at non-sequiter champs like Floriduh, Waxman, and Dimneutron?

Must give you a bit of pause finding clowns like that in your camp.
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Ya mean like Obama vis-a-vis Syria?
Putin will make the Republican opposition in Congress look like amateurs.

Good thing for us that the whole Syrian issue is trivial in the long run.
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Karma is a_______ wrote:
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Let's not forget his data mining was started under George W Bush. In 2006
http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/law/jan-june06...
My question is why didn't it get as much attention then as it is now?
How come Issa didn't start an investigation back then?
and let's look at the IRS scandal. Besides the fact that more liberal organizations were denied tax exempt status than Tea bagger groups and that all those tea bagger groups were granted tax exemlpt status,
The Bush administration did the same thing, only the orders did come from the oval office and not some local republican IRS agent in Cincinatti. The Bush administration used the IRS to go after the NAACP, Greenpeace
http://www.salon.com/2013/05/14/when_the_irs_...
again where was Issa when this was going on?
as for Benghazi, 13 embassies were attacked while Bush was in office,
again where was Issa?
http://www.policymic.com/articles/40811/13-be...
BIG PROBLEM with your slant-the pesky little IG report that stated the IRS was targeting conservative groups.

You cannot do an end run around that report with anecdotal claims of some groups being rejected.

You still don't get what happened in Benghazi do you?

State Dept REFUSAL to provide requested security.

INACTION by all depts on the night the four US citizens were killed.

DENIAL that it was a terrorist attack and feet dragging that allowed those responsible to escape from justice.

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<quoted text>Greenpeace is considered a terrorist organization in Europe and should be here also. The NAACP was embezzling millions of dollars. And what was the other one that you libs have been holding up as proof for the past several weeks. Oh that's right---the church that supports moslem terrorists financially to kill our soldiers overseas
so tell me how does an organization embezzle? Actually, it was 2 women accused of embezzling $275K, in 2010, well after Bush left office.

Really, Greenpeace is considered a terrorists organization in Europe?? What country and when?

as for your claim about the All Saints Episcopal in Pasadena, it didn't support MUSLIM terrorists, it gave a sermon protesting the Iraq war....big difference

"The well-known church, All Saints Episcopal in Pasadena, became a bit of a cause célèbre on the left after the IRS threatened to revoke the church’s tax-exempt status over an anti-Iraq War sermon the Sunday before the 2004 election.“Jesus [would say],‘Mr. President, your doctrine of preemptive war is a failed doctrine,’” rector George Regas said from the dais."

http://www.salon.com/2013/05/14/when_the_irs_...
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The people who's votes I care about aren't voting for Dems/Reps.
If only 30% of the public trusts the government you are counting Independents and Libertarians into the NO faith in government list.
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<quoted text>O'bama lost the war in Iraq--he left waving the white flag to Iran. We may as well call Iraq Iran. Because that is what it has turned into. We have 26 thousand Americans protected four bases with the Iraqi Christians working for us. The rest of the place is controlled by Islam and the people O'bama allowed to take over the country. GW Bush was a genius. O'bama is an idiot. The whole world on fire in Muzzieland because O'bama is not a leader--no one cares what a timid community agitator does. Burn baby Burn.
You explain Bush's genius for setting the timeline that Obama had nothing to do with, then explain how Obama list the war when in fact, it was Bush that waved the white flag! You have your facts backwards. Your conservative mates are laughing at you aloud! Lol! Bush's invasion set off the Arab spring & the conditions in the middle east. Get your facts right bra!
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I for one enjoy Lincoln's posts. Why don't you direct your ire at non-sequiter champs like Floriduh, Waxman, and Dimneutron?
Must give you a bit of pause finding clowns like that in your camp.
I don't think his off topic and confused posts adds much to the conversation.

Really, I seriously doubt he does this in the "real" world or people would avoid having conversations with him.

So I will continue to comment on them.

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I'm betting Galt voted for McCain in '08.
Fair weather friend?
With little enthusiasm and without a viable alternative.
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John Galt wrote:
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Obama has chosen Sunni over Shiite, the real war.
Powers that be, will manipulate both Sunni and Shiite to the advantage of America,.... with some luck.
Republican President in 2017 will most likely continue this policy

Plan started under President G H W Bush and remains the same?

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Whatever wrote:
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Progressives was singing the praises of Obama's forward leaning Arab Spring until it back fired and now have fallen back on their lame and predictable mantra -"It's Bush's fault."
I know you might think President Obama, being a big black man, is all powerful......

but neither he or anyone else in our government had anything to do with the Arab spring. Believe it or not, the U.S. isn't responsible for everything. Those uprisings were the work of the people in the country, greatly aided by the internet and the ability to mobilize.

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