Barack Obama, our next President

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“Constitutionalis t”

Since: Dec 10

Spring, TX

#971346 Aug 27, 2013
flack wrote:
<quoted text> I'm, right now, more worried about the 20,000 stinger type surface to air missiles missing from Libya. They have had plenty of time to make it to South America, trucked up through Mexico, and carried by mules across the border. By now a couple of hundred or more could be spread out all over America waiting on the order to launch all at one time. Such are my worries!!!
Oh, yeah.
And, every Wahhabist terrorist in Saudi Arabia can enter the US with "special traveller" status.

They're here. They didn't come here to take up the American lifestyle. The only missing information is, what's their plan of attack.
With Obama spying on you and me, and ignoring them, there's no chance of stopping the attack. We'll just have to do what we do without, or in opposition to the treasonous government we will have. It should be obvious the White House is working with the Arab terrorists by now.
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#971347 Aug 27, 2013
Homer wrote:
<quoted text>
This is a keeper.
Yes, to remind naive fools like Homer when a commercial airliner is shot down.
sonicfilter

Fishers, IN

#971348 Aug 27, 2013
DBWriter wrote:
<quoted text>
All you have to do is hang out at the front door to the White House and you'll see the Muslim Brotherhood go through those doors every day, dupe.
Now, please tell us how the Muslim Brotherhood can be in the White House every day and not have business with the president.
i bet you voted for this guy....

America's First Muslim President

Muslim Americans helped elect George W. Bush, but now they're leaving the Republican Party in droves. It didn't have to be this way.

....American Muslims voted two to one for George H.W. Bush in 1992. While they went for Bill Clinton by the same margin in 1996, they were brought back into the Republican fold in 2000 by George W. Bush.

If Clinton was, as the author Toni Morrison once quipped, America's first black president, Bush was, at least momentarily, the country's first Muslim president. As early as 1999, he hosted a series of meetings between Muslim and Republican leaders, and paid a visit himself to an Islamic center in Michigan -- the first and only major presidential candidate to do so. The 2000 Republican convention in Philadelphia was the first in either national party's history to include a Muslim prayer. On the campaign trail, Bush celebrated the faith of Americans who regularly attended a "church, synagogue, or mosque." After Muslim community leaders told him of their civil liberties concerns over a piece of 1996 immigration enforcement legislation signed into law by Clinton, Bush criticized it himself in one of his presidential debates against Vice President Al Gore.

The work paid off. By election day, Bush had been endorsed by eight major Muslim American organizations. He won more than 70 percent of the Muslim vote, including 46,200 ballots in Florida alone, prompting longtime conservative activist Grover Norquist -- one of the few prominent movement figures to caution against the current wave of mosque demagoguery -- to proclaim in the American Spectator that "Bush was elected President of the United States of America because of the Muslim vote."

The 9/11 tragedy, of course, changed everything. But in the early days after the terrorist attacks, it was Bush who reminded Americans, "Ours is a war not against a religion, not against the Muslim faith....[O]urs is a war against individuals who absolutely hate what America stands for." He met with Muslim American leaders on numerous occasions, becoming the only sitting president to visit an American mosque, and appointed Muslim Americans to several prominent government posts. Nor was Bush the only Republican politician to distinguish the United States' war against Islamist extremism abroad from the religion itself. House Speaker Denny Hastert, former Republican National Committee Chairman Jim Nicholson, and National Republican Congressional Committee Chairman Tom Davis joined Bush in writing letters urging the U.S. Postal Service to issue a postage stamp honoring Eid, the Muslim holiday, in 2001.

http://www.foreignpolicy.com/articles/2010/08...

and guess who wrote that.

Suhail Khan, a Bush administration veteran, has presented himself as a moderate, pro-American voice in the Muslim Community. But new videos cast serious doubt on that image he’s carefully groomed for himself in Washington.

Shockingly, they show this current American Conservative Union board member consorting with radical Muslim Brotherhood leaders-turned-terrorists, while exalting the death culture of jihadists.

http://frontpagemag.com/2011/paul-sperry/who-...

“Bill Clinton could have ”

Since: May 10

Prevented this

#971349 Aug 27, 2013
Realtime wrote:
<quoted text>Chem weapons used in Halabja were furnished courtesy of the Reagan Administration which never raised a finger on behalf of the Kurds. Remember 1988? Reagan administration right?
Aside from ready to use Chem weapons the US furnished Saddam with components and chemical how to information. I was the least we could do__Saddam was our ally at the time.
Were you one of Carol's history students?
The initial wave of Iraqi attacks, in 1983, used mustard agent. While generally not fatal, mustard causes severe blistering of the skin and mucus membranes, which can lead to potentially fatal infections, and can cause blindness and upper respiratory disease, while increasing the risk of cancer. The United States wasn't yet providing battlefield intelligence to Iraq when mustard was used. But it also did nothing to assist Iran in its attempts to bring proof of illegal Iraqi chemical attacks to light. Nor did the administration inform the United Nations. The CIA determined that Iran had the capability to bomb the weapons assembly facilities, if only it could find them. The CIA believed it knew the locations. Officials were also warned that Iran might launch retaliatory attacks against U.S. interests in the Middle East, including terrorist strikes, if it believed the United States was complicit in Iraq's chemical warfare campaign.

The Defense Department had proposed an intelligence-sharing program with the Iraqis in 1986. But according to Francona, it was nixed because the CIA and the State Department viewed Saddam Hussein as "anathema" and his officials as "thugs."

In late 1987, the DIA analysts in Francona's shop in Washington wrote a Top Secret Codeword report partially entitled "At The Gates of Basrah," warning that the Iranian 1988 spring offensive was going to be bigger than all previous spring offensives, and this offensive stood a very good chance of breaking through the Iraqi lines and capturing Basrah. The report warned that if Basrah fell, the Iraqi military would collapse and Iran would win the war.

President Reagan read the report and, according to Francona, wrote a note in the margin addressed to Secretary of Defense Frank C. Carlucci: "An Iranian victory is unacceptable."

Subsequently, a decision was made at the top level of the U.S. government (almost certainly requiring the approval of the National Security Council and the CIA). The DIA was authorized to give the Iraqi intelligence services as much detailed information as was available about the deployments and movements of all Iranian combat units. That included satellite imagery and perhaps some sanitized electronic intelligence. There was a particular focus on the area east of the city of Basrah where the DIA was convinced the next big Iranian offensive would come. The agency also provided data on the locations of key Iranian logistics facilities, and the strength and capabilities of the Iranian air force and air defense system. Francona described much of the information as "targeting packages" suitable for use by the Iraqi air force to destroy these targets.

The sarin attacks then followed.

It does not appear that Reagan gave the gas to Sadaam--he just didn't discourage him from using it against our mortal enemy. Iran.
Reagan unlike O'bama was protecting the United States and the World's best interest--what is O'bama doing again?
sonicfilter

Fishers, IN

#971351 Aug 27, 2013
steve richards wrote:
<quoted text>
no, i didn't spearchucker, show it to me.
I guess chief chickenfeathers has declared racist namecalling OK.
you guys can use any racist names you want. you can even use n****r if you want.

oh wait. you already do. though i think 'darkies' sounds much more intellectual.[?]

“Constitutionalis t”

Since: Dec 10

Spring, TX

#971352 Aug 27, 2013
Homer wrote:
<quoted text>Rightwingers have gone completely nuts today.
I take it you're in favor of Obama helping Al Qaeda acquire the chemical weapons in Syria, right?

“It's always darkest 'fore dawn”

Since: Jul 08

When's dawn?

#971353 Aug 27, 2013
TSM wrote:
Obama's Red Line didn’t work; Putin/China thumbed their noses at him how about a Beer Summon with Assad? LOVE NOT WAR
"a Beer Summon"??? Yep, another shining example of the Texas educational system...Rick Perry's math tutor?
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#971354 Aug 27, 2013
sonicfilter wrote:
<quoted text>
entire world?
As Germany’s elections approach, one politician has emerged to give Chancellor Angela Merkel a run for her money in the polls.
Well, sort of.
In a theoretical German election, President Obama, it appears, handily would defeat Mrs. Merkel.
“If Obama could run for election in Germany, he would become our next chancellor,” said Andreas Sperling, CEO of YouGov Germany, an online pollster.
After revelations that the National Security Agency was spying on foreigners here, YouGov conducted a poll that found Mr. Obama still remains the most popular politician in Germany. People here may be upset about the spying allegations — but, apparently, not enough to change their minds.
Three out of four Germans said Mr. Obama gives the United States a good image internationally, according to the poll, while 65 percent said they would vote for him if they could.
Read more: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/aug/...
Follow us:@washtimes on Twitter
when you make assertions try not to use right wing rhetoric as a source.
...just as you people would vote for Idi Amin for POTUS....

“Constitutionalis t”

Since: Dec 10

Spring, TX

#971355 Aug 27, 2013
sonicfilter wrote:
<quoted text>
entire world?
As Germany’s elections approach, one politician has emerged to give Chancellor Angela Merkel a run for her money in the polls.
Well, sort of.
In a theoretical German election, President Obama, it appears, handily would defeat Mrs. Merkel.
“If Obama could run for election in Germany, he would become our next chancellor,” said Andreas Sperling, CEO of YouGov Germany, an online pollster.
After revelations that the National Security Agency was spying on foreigners here, YouGov conducted a poll that found Mr. Obama still remains the most popular politician in Germany. People here may be upset about the spying allegations — but, apparently, not enough to change their minds.
Three out of four Germans said Mr. Obama gives the United States a good image internationally, according to the poll, while 65 percent said they would vote for him if they could.
Read more: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/aug/...
Follow us:@washtimes on Twitter
when you make assertions try not to use right wing rhetoric as a source.
You make virtual sense referencing "an online pollster". Now, back to the real world....
The fact is, Obama was a deadbeat draw the last time he went to Germany. Apparently, Germans are aware of how much of an ignorant buffoon Obama is after having his pants pulled down in front of the world and spanked by Putin... multiple times.

“Bill Clinton could have ”

Since: May 10

Prevented this

#971356 Aug 27, 2013
Realtime wrote:
<quoted text>You're way out of touch Flacko!


Atlanta local News station even covered it.

“It's always darkest 'fore dawn”

Since: Jul 08

When's dawn?

#971357 Aug 27, 2013
John Galt wrote:
<quoted text>
Well, they sure as hell won't fly an airplane into an American skyscraper 20 years from now.
They won't, but their brothers and sisters are quite likely to do so...good thing you will have died childless by then.

Since: May 11

Gettysburg, PA

#971358 Aug 27, 2013
DBWriter wrote:
<quoted text>
Let's reveiw some recent US history.
The last time a political party had control of the House and a super majority in the Senate, we saw the Louisiana Purchase and the Cornhusker Kickback and got ObamaKare. After which, every politician that forced that Marxist bullshit on us objected to it for themselves.
Do you ever listen to yourself?
So, nothing was ever added to any bill just to get a vote of a particular Legislator.

And no one objected to them using the exchanges.

If I recall, every Democrat voted for it.

Just how GD dumb are you.

“Constitutionalis t”

Since: Dec 10

Spring, TX

#971359 Aug 27, 2013
RealDave wrote:
<quoted text> Poor Ted, he is sofa king dumb he doesn't know Hezbollah is fighting with Syria & thereby likely already has access to Syria's weaponry. ed don't give a f*ck bout dead children due to a chemical weapon attack.
So, why did you join Al Qaeda?
No Surprize

Seminole, FL

#971360 Aug 27, 2013
leosnana wrote:
<quoted text>Galt would manage to kill two kids, two firefighters, and an innocent nun bystander before being killed in a police shootout...that's the way it goes for those guns-for-gonads Grumpy Old Prick crowd...the terrorist would have managed to escape, smiling although he felt bad about the kids.
Mass killings and bombings by democrats or Chicago ghetto style killings by your "culture of violence" are not by angry old white men clinging to their guns and religion you idiot...

It's the culture...
LIBERALs

Bronx, NY

#971361 Aug 27, 2013
A shocking video which appears to show the racially motivated bullying of a three-year-old white girl by her five-year-old black neighbors is not what it appears say the father's of the children involved.

Two clips uploaded to Facebook and entitled 'When white people pi** black people off', show a heartbreaking scene - a little Minneapolis girl trying to play with another group of girls who are encouraged to hit, push and verbally abuse the toddler at the encouragement of an older boy off camera.

Outraged viewers quickly seized upon the videos as evidence of racism and unleashed a torrent of threatening calls at the parents of the bullying children - who had no idea the incident had been filmed, let alone posted online and rushed to apologize to the equally clueless parents of the victim.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-24030...
Follow us:@MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook
Human Man at Nature

Torrance, CA

#971362 Aug 27, 2013
Barack Obama - Human Man Brown Mullato Meatatarian {English, Languages} Politician {Vooduism, Christianity, Humanist} Washingtondcan American Smoker {Star Sign} Earther, 50 plus years old, 5'6" t0 6'0" tall, 150 lbs to 200 lbs, normal looks, nice hair, too many suits, professional language.

Tempelate - Species Gender {Skin color} Race Diet Languages Profession Religion City State Nation Smoke {Star Sign} Planet, Age, Height, Weight, Comments

Skin color - Black Brown Tan White

Please note, list all langauges. Pick one religion, default is Humanist. Determine your star sign through a astrologer or internet or newspaper.

“fairtax.org”

Since: Dec 08

gauley bridge wv

#971364 Aug 27, 2013
John Galt wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes, to remind naive fools like Homer when a commercial airliner is shot down.
I hope not but the possibility is out there. More than one at the same time.
Homer

Bethlehem, PA

#971365 Aug 27, 2013
LoisLane59 wrote:
<quoted text>
China, Cuba, Lao, Vietnam, and North Korea are all communist states. In addition, Nepal, Cyprus, and Moldova are all currently being ruled by communist parties, however, they are not considered communist states.
Russia is under the rule of Mr. Putin, former KGB, who has control of much of the media and has increasing control over non-government organizations focusing on exposing human rights abuses.
Homosexuality is illegal in Russia and gays are now arrested.
Call it what you will.
Aside from China and Vietnam which are basically Communist in pretty much name only, my sister lives in Vietnam, it's very free and both have embraced capitalism with open arms and Vietnam has Democratic elections. The others are small countries as I mentioned. North Korea is basically ruled by one man, it can hardly be called a Communist nation. You should look up the word Communism someday. As for Russia and Putin, he was freely elected as for gays and what have you I think you can be arrested for anal sex in some southern states no?

Just because something is called Communist or claims to be something doesn't make it so.

“Constitutionalis t”

Since: Dec 10

Spring, TX

#971366 Aug 27, 2013
sonicfilter wrote:
<quoted text>
i bet you voted for this guy....
America's First Muslim President
Muslim Americans helped elect George W. Bush, but now they're leaving the Republican Party in droves. It didn't have to be this way.
....American Muslims voted two to one for George H.W. Bush in 1992. While they went for Bill Clinton by the same margin in 1996, they were brought back into the Republican fold in 2000 by George W. Bush.
If Clinton was, as the author Toni Morrison once quipped, America's first black president, Bush was, at least momentarily, the country's first Muslim president. As early as 1999, he hosted a series of meetings between Muslim and Republican leaders, and paid a visit himself to an Islamic center in Michigan -- the first and only major presidential candidate to do so. The 2000 Republican convention in Philadelphia was the first in either national party's history to include a Muslim prayer. On the campaign trail, Bush celebrated the faith of Americans who regularly attended a "church, synagogue, or mosque." After Muslim community leaders told him of their civil liberties concerns over a piece of 1996 immigration enforcement legislation signed into law by Clinton, Bush criticized it himself in one of his presidential debates against Vice President Al Gore.
The work paid off. By election day, Bush had been endorsed by eight major Muslim American organizations. He won more than 70 percent of the Muslim vote, including 46,200 ballots in Florida alone, prompting longtime conservative activist Grover Norquist -- one of the few prominent movement figures to caution against the current wave of mosque demagoguery -- to proclaim in the American Spectator that "Bush was elected President of the United States of America because of the Muslim vote."
The 9/11 tragedy, of course, changed everything. But in the early days after the terrorist attacks, it was Bush who reminded Americans, "Ours is a war not against a religion, not against the Muslim faith....[O]urs is a war against individuals who absolutely hate what America stands for." He met with Muslim American leaders on numerous occasions, becoming the only sitting president to visit an American mosque, and appointed Muslim Americans to several prominent government posts. Nor was Bush the only Republican politician to distinguish the United States' war against Islamist extremism abroad from the religion itself. House Speaker Denny Hastert, former Republican National Committee Chairman Jim Nicholson, and National Republican Congressional Committee Chairman Tom Davis joined Bush in writing letters urging the U.S. Postal Service to issue a postage stamp honoring Eid, the Muslim holiday, in 2001.
http://www.foreignpolicy.com/articles/2010/08...
and guess who wrote that.
Suhail Khan, a Bush administration veteran, has presented himself as a moderate, pro-American voice in the Muslim Community. But new videos cast serious doubt on that image he’s carefully groomed for himself in Washington.
Shockingly, they show this current American Conservative Union board member consorting with radical Muslim Brotherhood leaders-turned-terrorists, while exalting the death culture of jihadists.
http://frontpagemag.com/2011/paul-sperry/who-...
Somebody, put the cork back in....

All you have to do is hang out at the front door to the White House and you'll see the Muslim Brotherhood go through those doors every day, dupe.
Now, please tell us how the Muslim Brotherhood can be in the White House every day and not have business with the president.

Since: May 11

Gettysburg, PA

#971367 Aug 27, 2013
John Galt wrote:
<quoted text>
Galt's Congressman, Darrell Issa, is a force of his own.
However, Galt appreciates all Congressmen who stand with the American people in resisting the tyrant Obama.
Every day is a day closer to freedom, except for the Syrian people soon to be murdered by Obama.
Galt's Congressman, Darrell Issa, is a farce of his own. I agree.

Your farce is coming to a nearby county to speak to the Republicans there for their annual banquet. Two years ago, thy brought in Hanna Giles, the woman who helped make a video against ACORN that was proven to be fake & heavily edited after the fact.

Issa & Giles are about equal in their honesty.

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