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 only two entities in the entire world that support Obama's intent to help Al Qaeda and the Musliim Brotherhood take over Syria are Al Qaeda and the Muslim Brotherhood.

No other country in the world agrees with Obama.

The United States is more isolated in the world than has ever been the case in the history of this country.

Congress will not allow Obama to use what he refers to as "my military" to help Al Qaeda take over Syria and get chemical weapons.

What do you think Obama will do? The Muslim Brotherhood will order Obama to join the war, anyway.
Will Obama obey the Constitution, or will Obama obey the Muslim Brotherhood?
Obama will obey the Muslim Brotherhood!!!

See? If Congress attempts to impeach him for illegally declaring war against Congress will, the Liberal Media will claim racism!!!

Liberals will claim that White Republican males want to impeach him only because he is black.

At the same time, Obama will show his hatred toward the Constitution.

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Perhaps you need an education in what is happening in the world. Let's go over a short history.
Wahhabism is a medieval conservative sect of Islam with archaic tennants designed to control the world's population and allow only Wahhabism to be practiced that originated in the 17th century.
Wahhabism was relegated to the most ignorant cults and societies in the Arab world until the petro dollars began to flow into Saudi Arabia in the 1930s.
Since, Wahhabism has grown and is represented in all the Suni terrorist organizations, such as Al Qaeda and the Muslim Brotherhood.
Wahhabism has grown to the extent where they started a world war and took control of the government of Egypt, and are prominently represented in the government of the United States to the point where federal judges include Wahhabist tennants in their rulings as if Wahhabism is part of the Constitution.
The Wahhabists were tossed out of the government of Egypt.
Today, there is only one country in the world that includes Wahhabist terrorist organizations in its policy departments. That country is the United States.
And, today, the Wahhabist terrorists are attempting to take control of Syria, which will give them chemical weapons.
Now that you are better educated on events in the world, you can respond to the post.
The goal of those who pull the strings on Obama is to have the Wahhabist terrorists take over the country of Syria.
After the Muslim Brotherhood was tossed out of the government of Egypt, they have no country they control. They desperately need a country to control.
Obama is a stooge for the Muslim Brotherhood.
The Muslim Brotherhood will order Obama to use what he refers to as "my military" to help Al Qaeda take over the country of Syria.
The biggest question is, how did the Islamist terrorists get control of the government of the United States?
How could that have happened?
Wahabbists are just members of a sect of Islam and not a terrorist group as you claim.

Perhaps you should quit calling ll Muslims terrorists.
Because one is Muslim, is married to a Muslim, friends with a Muslim, or spoke to a Muslim in the past 10 years does not make them a member of the Muslim Brotherhood.

This anti - Islam stance you right whiners take is jus bigotry, and we know you people are rally good at being bigots.
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Only Worse Suffering and Horrors Can Result from a U.S. Attack on Syria
Many people will see this as a situation in which “something must be done.” Even people who have some sense that the U.S. is driven by anything but humanitarian motives will argue that at least U.S. intervention will stop the horror right now.

But reality doesn’t work that way. It matters—in fact it is decisive—to understand the nature of a U.S. attack on Syria, and what would be driving it. It would be an attack driven by the needs of a global capitalist-imperialist superpower intent on maintaining its domination of the planet. How is any move on that basis going to contribute anything positive to a humanitarian nightmare in Syria?

A U.S. attack on Syria will push things in a worse direction. It will bring death and suffering in its own right. And it will further polarize the terms of things whereby the reactionary Assad regime can pose as standing up to imperialism, where Iran and the forces it influences may well respond, and where a whole range of reactionary forces, including Israel, might step up their involvement in the war in Syria, or launch other attacks elsewhere in the region. Any U.S. attack on Syria is bound to intensify the whole terrible spiral in the country and the region.

And the situation will be all the worse to the extent people buy into the logic of who cares what’s behind it, any intervention can’t be a bad thing right now. Here a painful but critical lesson can be drawn from recent events in Egypt: many people supported the army’s move against the Muslim Brotherhood due to the Brotherhood’s repression, without analyzing WHY the army was moving. Then, when the consequences of that support became clear, including the political freedom that this gave the army to carry out slaughters and try to nail down an even tighter version of Mubarak-ism, oppositional forces and the people in general found themselves either unable to act effectively or so far gone ideologically that they were now in the army’s pocket ideologically as well as politically.

The only way for something positive to emerge in Syria is for people to oppose both sides in this conflict—actively. And for people in the U.S., which has brought such great misery to the planet, the challenge is to oppose “our own” empire.

The U.S. has brought nothing but exploitation, environmental ruin, impoverishment, and oppression to the whole Middle East. Any military assault by the US on Syria, no matter the pretext, must be OPPOSED with determined political protest in the US. And to the extent that happens, it can contribute to creating a pathway breaking out of the whole terrible set of “choices” confronting the people of Syria and beyond and to bringing forward a whole other way—a real revolutionary alternative.

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New Bush is doing the same as Old Bush Obama Will Launch a Huge Propaganda Blitz — and May Attack Syria Even If He Loses the Vote in Congress
John Mccain has begging for this war for months now they are playing the Public as if this is not what they all are assigned to do,President Obama and top Democrats such as House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi will twist every arm they can to get a “yes” vote for attacking Syria. Meanwhile, most mainline media pundits, numbingly addicted to war, will often chastise and denigrate foes of authorization.Obama’s Speech on Syria: Lies to Justify an Immoral War
Only Worse Suffering and Horrors Can Result from a U.S. Attack on Syria
Obumbler had an opportunity when the revolt began to arm the moderate forces opposing Assad keeping the US at a distance. He dithered himself into a corner with the red line statement. Now that the radicals are involved the situation has become even worse and he looks impotent.
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1.The US and its allies are supporting Al Nusrah, an Al Qaeda affiliated entity which is on the State department list of terrorist organizations. Al Nusrah is financed and trained by the US and its allies including Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Turkey and Israel. Al Nusrah is the main fighting force of the so-called “opposition”.

2. Al Nusrah is responsible for countless killings of civilians and atrocities committed as part of a US sponsored intelligence operation. These atrocities have been documented. most of the Al Nusrah terrorists are foreign mercenaries.

3. Israel is also supporting the Al Qaeda affiliated terrorists out of the Golan Heights.

4. The US has unleashed Al Qaeda death squads inside Syria. The Obama administration is responsible for having ordered the killing of civilians, while placing the blame on the government of Bashar al Assad.

5. US, British, French Turkish, Qatari and Israeli Special Forces have integrated the opposition terror brigades in derogation of international law.

6. Confirmed by mainstream media reports, Turkish police reports and statements of UN observers, the rebels are in possession of chemical weapons; confirmed by CNN, the Pentagon has trained the Al Qaeda “revolutionaries” in the use of chemical weapons.

7. America’s Al Qaeda affiliated brigades have been defeated. The ground war in May was virtually over.

8. The US-NATO-Israel is now actively contemplating the next stage: an all out air campaign as well as “boots on the ground”. They have deployed a naval force in the Eastern Mediterranean.

9. They need a pretext to intervene on humanitarian ground. They are accusing the government of Bashar al Assad of using chemical weapons against the Syrian people, a nonsensical proposition.

10. Bear in mind that the same Western governments which are accusing the Bashar Al Assad government of killing its own people have been providing the “revolutionaries” with chemical weapons.

11. The crimes committed by al Nusrah were ordered by the Western military alliance. By supporting the terrorists, Western leaders are responsible for crimes against humanity. They have supported and financed Al Qaeda affiliated death squads.

11. President Obama is now saying that a retaliatory strike against Syria is “needed … to protect U.S. security,” a totally absurd and criminal proposition emanating from a Nobel Peace Laureate.

Does that means that each time Obama orders the drone killing of innocent civilians in a far away country that the international community should retaliate militarily against the United States of America.

Obama “Power Lies in your Ability to Prevent Wars, not in Igniting Them”

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<quoted text>Bush joined Iran to help dump Sadam. Does that count?

If the rebels win, you are telling us Al Qaeda will run Syria?

Really.

Is Al Qaeda running Libya?
Al Queda is running Libya, Egypt, and other countries.

Let me explain this to you:

The Muslim brotherhood is the POLITICAL face/arm of radical Islam.

Al Queda is the MILITARY face/arm.

CAIR is the political correctness face. Used to subjugate you as.shole.

MSA-Muslim Student Association is the RECRUITING arm/face.

ACLU is the suing legal face/arm.

And Obama is their puppet!

Obama owes them a few things, so he is expected to assist them, over Congress head.

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lily boca raton fl wrote:
Lenovo CEO Yang Yuanqing Shares $3.25 Million Bonus With Employees

For the second consecutive year, Lenovo CEO Yang Yuanqing plans to give away at least $3 million of his bonus to roughly 10,000 of his company's workers, Bloomberg News reports. Employees across 20 countries will take part in Yuanqing's wealth with 85 percent of payout recipients working in China.

The average payout per worker of $325 is nearly equivalent to a monthÂ’s pay for an employee in China.

Luckily, Yuanqing is not alone in sharing his company's success with every employee. Lord Wolfson, CEO of the U.K. retailer Next, gave away his entire annual bonus of $3.6 million to his employees in April. Similarly last year, tech CEO Markus 'Notch' Persson decided to give away an extra $3 million to his employees.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/09/02/leno...

Nice!!
Socialism?

Or a real business move?

Hint: Socialism hurts everyone, business moves help everyone.
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My point was the headline was misleading. Breitbart style.
The headline was accurate as it reflected the letter.

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<quoted text>Only an amateur who has no idea of how the real works would have made such a statement. That statement immediately painted the US into a corner, and an idiot could have predicted a trap would be set for us to blunder into just to preserve an image in the world.

The real world pays no attention to image. The real world responds to substance.
The substance of the matter is Obama is promoting the US Armed Forces help Al Qaeda and the Muslim Brotherhood take over a country and acquire chemical weapons.

The most likely outcome of Obama joining Al Qaeda in the war in Syria is the world will be divided into two categories:
Wahhabist terrorists and the United States;
and everyone else in the world.

Congress will not allow Obama to join the Suni - Shi'ite war in Syria and help Al Qaeda acquire chemical weapons and a country to use as a base for international terrorism.

What will Obama do then?
Will Obama obey the Constitution? Or, will Obama obey the Muslim Brotherhood?
Obama will allow Iran to get the nuke!

Obama is the most incompetent president in international affairs!!!

I guess Obama can not see Syria from his house.
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<quoted text> Bush joined Iran to help dump Sadam. Does that count?
If the rebels win, you are telling us Al Qaeda will run Syria?
Really.
Is Al Qaeda running Libya?
Aren't you the moron that said Bush "abandoned" Afghanistan?
Now you say "Bush joined Iran"?
You are an idiot DumbDave/Waxywaxturd/2008bill!
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TOKYO — The Japanese government announced Tuesday that it will spend $470 million on a subterranean ice wall and other steps in a desperate bid to stop leaks of radioactive water from the crippled Fukushima nuclear station after repeated failures by the plant's operator.

The decision is widely seen as an attempt to show that the nuclear accident won't be a safety concern just days before the International Olympic Committee chooses between Tokyo, Istanbul and Madrid as the host of the 2020 Olympics.

The Fukushima Dai-ichi plant has been leaking hundreds of tons of contaminated underground water into the sea since shortly after the 2011 earthquake and tsunami damaged the complex. Several leaks from tanks storing tainted water in recent weeks have heightened the sense of crisis that the plant's owner, Tokyo Electric Power Co., isn't able to contain the problem.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/09/03/fuku...
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The destruction of Libya
It was Italy who invented the air raid in 1911. That year the Royal Italian Air Force dropped on the Libyan capital Tripoli a few bombs, just before attached to airplanes made &#8203;&#8203;of wood and cloth. The Turkish army that garrisoned the city was annihilated by this display of military superiority and Libya in short changed hands, passing from the Ottomans to the Savoy. The Italians pursued the memory of ancient imperial splendor, not realizing that those days would never return, and that other nations had begun to build new empires.

What better than another bombing campaign to celebrate the centenary of that invention? It was 2011 and Italy returned, not alone, not as a protagonist, but returned.

Libya was attacked by the West well before the February 17, 2011, the date to which the first riots in Benghazi go back. Such an operation must be planned well in advance and with great care. You need to choose carefully the people to bribe, blackmail or murder. You have to have large amounts of money, weapons and puppets to use publicly while others pull their ranks. Above all, you must find out who is suitable to govern after.

Tweet Print version Font Size Send to friend Someone who does not propose later unwelcome surprises like that young colonel who in 1969 overthrew the old Idris, king puppet and coward, and that instead of ensuring the Western domination over the huge oil wealth of Libya, thought to be a friend of the Soviets. Someone who does not put counters on oil wells to always know how much is extracted and taken from the Country all the money raised from the sale of that black gold. Someone that does not drive out American and British from their bases in Libya. Someone that does not wake up one morning thinking of giving Africa a single currency based on gold and that does not endanger the global dominance of the U.S. dollar.

Someone who is not Mu&#703;ammar al-Qadhdh&#257;f&#299; , Gaddafi.

After the fall of the Berlin Wall, Libya too opened gradually to the West allowing foreign investment in a more consistent and diverse way than before. It could be an opportunity for a different future of peace and tranquility but the West had other ideas and establishing normal diplomatic relations to do business was not exactly the real purpose. Here the West are the United States, England and France, main components of the coalition that bombed Libya for many months. There was Italy too, bombing like the others, but it does not count, if not as a servant and as a dishwasher.

The riots began in Libya after analogs in Egypt and Tunisia, forcing a sudden change of local governments.
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Socialism?
Or a real business move?
Hint: Socialism hurts everyone, business moves help everyone.
You're an idiot, go away
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Please keep telling me how brilliant Obama is after an "off-the-cuff" remark he never meant will make him bomb Syria to avoid being mocked.
Idea fer Obama and his U.N. nobel "peace" butt buddies-

Since Syria's a rather large country, maybe they should draw red lines half way through it and around it.

Hezobollah, Hamas, PLO, al qeader and all other thugs of anarchy to the north (closest to Russia). Continue on bombing and maiming each other. Rename it it Thugandpalsistani.

Syrian military and those who can abide by government codes, to the south--have an election and choose whether Assad stays or goes. Assad doesn't like it, he can go live in Thugsandpalsistani.

Red lines on each of and around the borders. All Thugs will trying to illegally migrate out of Thugandpalsistani back to civilized existance will be dealt with accordingly.

A permanent Red X target marker will be placed on the maps of the world, honoring the newest failed statehood of Thugsandpalsistani, as well as doubling as a "in case of terrorizing other violations precision bomb lobbing back" marker.

That oughta do it.
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The Tunisian President Ben Ali and Mubarak of Egypt will be very surprised at the way in which they were shown the door by their American master but the main objective was Libya and Syria, not Tunisia and Egypt: regime change in the latter two States were to serve as a justification for those in Libya and Syria. They were, that is, the forerunners.

Again, as in the past, the facts followed the protocols of regime-change prepared by Gene Sharp and his associates: street demonstrations, provocation, days of rage, events on social networks, fierce stigma of government responses.

The news that Western newspapers and television reported about the atrocities attributed to Gaddafi in suppressing the revolt were for the benefit of Western audiences. The Libyans soon discovered the truth: Gaddafi didn't bomb Benghazi with the air force in retaliation for the riots, causing twenty thousand deaths in one day. The satellite photos provided to the UN by Russians proved it, showing the absence of craters, but in vain. Nor is it true that stimulant and aphrodisiac drugs were administered to the loyalist troops and that under the effect of those drugs mass rapes and other atrocities against the uprising people were then carried out.

The Libyan government was initially taken aback by the riots, insurrections and by a number of defections in the armed forces, especially in Cyrenaica. It was also forced to withdraw from some of its positions, but it never lost completely the control on the territory. Although some people detested Gaddafi, the majority of the Libyan people loved him and Libyans were still willing to support him. There is, indeed, a profound difference between hating a government to the point of an armed revolt against it, and belief that the time has come to turn the page, passing the baton to a new leadership.

A few insurgents do not make a revolution. Especially if they were hens scratching between jailbirds, disgruntled various types and foreigners. The militias who fought against the army were composed by Libyans but also and especially by foreigners, coming from the most disparate parts: Saudis, Qataris, Chechens, Jordanians and anyone else who was willing to fight for money or for love of war, holy or secular as it was.

This jumble of people and international pressure should have to be enough, according to plan, to force Gaddafi to escape and destroy his power system. Aerial bombardment? Maybe, but limited. Milosevic gave it up after two months and Libya is basically a desert.

The situation began, however, to change rapidly in favor of the government forces and among the Westerners began to spread the fear that their plan could fail, with all the consequences. It was proposed the creation of a no-fly zone that would have forced Gaddafi's air force to remain on the ground. For humanitarian purposes, of course. The resolution of the conflict would thus achieved only with clashes between opposing infantry forces.

Russia also agreed, in an excess of kindness and trust towards the Americans. And the March 19, 2011 resolution number 1973 was approved by the UN. A huge mistake for Russian diplomacy: NATO planes were not limited to fly in Libyan skies, forcing down those government aircraft, but took an active part in the fighting, taking the side of the rebels and taking them to victory.

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The headline was accurate as it reflected the letter.
Say I listed the reasons why I chose to eat at a certain restaurant "Billy Bob's.

My reasons might be,

Good service
Good food
relaxing atmosphere
Good location
Traffic free travel route
Good wine selection

You would run screaming thru the streets " OMG OMG OMG RealDave picks his restaurants based on how much wine he can drink. OMG OMG OMG"

The headline implied 40,000 quit the union because of Obamacare.

That is a lie. They are still in a union & Obamacare was not the primary reason.
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COngressional voting.

Hmm.

Which band of thugs to support and give arms to?

Al qeada et al or al qeada et al.

HELL NO. NO arms or boot on the ground to Syria.
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Quote the law.
Go do your own research dummy; and it won't be found on Breitbart news. Do you rightwingers know anything?
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Libya is destroyed, divided and corrupted. It is not the Country it was before the war. The rebellious militias have never been loose and fought against each other and against a partisan movement for liberation on which the Western media have drawn a veil of silence. The traitors, of which intentionally we do not report here the names because they offend those of loyalists, have proved themselves incapable of governing, as was widely expected. Who trusts in fact a traitor who does not represent anyone but himself? Who trusts a puppet when you see the ropes that hold him and who pulls them?

Gaddafi had no chance of escape. This Bedouin, who has held a family of quarrelsome people for forty years, loved his country, all of it. King Idris' Libya was underdeveloped, inhabited by starving people, mostly illiterate and under colonial rule. Gaddafi was able to instill a dream and make it real, despite its political mistakes.

He managed to give dignity to a family of people who unfortunately knew askance. But what Nation in the world does not live at times this situation? If the goal had been democracy and not oil and gold deposits in Libya, there would not be riots artfully prepared or there would not be a bombing campaign lasting eight months.

Gaddafi lived in remembrance and veneration of a great Libyan man, Omar al-Mukthar, which had opposed the fascist rule. As Omar al-Mukthar, even Gaddafi was killed by a traitor's hand. Ironically, even he who betrayed him was then eliminated, by his own principals.

So Gaddafi inevitably had to die in Libya, his native country: it was a matter of dignity. Escape would have meant denying his past and what he tried to accomplish. It would have meant betraying his people, his Libya.
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lily boca raton fl wrote:
TOKYO — The Japanese government announced Tuesday that it will spend $470 million on a subterranean ice wall and other steps in a desperate bid to stop leaks of radioactive water from the crippled Fukushima nuclear station after repeated failures by the plant's operator.
The decision is widely seen as an attempt to show that the nuclear accident won't be a safety concern just days before the International Olympic Committee chooses between Tokyo, Istanbul and Madrid as the host of the 2020 Olympics.
The Fukushima Dai-ichi plant has been leaking hundreds of tons of contaminated underground water into the sea since shortly after the 2011 earthquake and tsunami damaged the complex. Several leaks from tanks storing tainted water in recent weeks have heightened the sense of crisis that the plant's owner, Tokyo Electric Power Co., isn't able to contain the problem.
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/09/03/fuku...
Difficult problem for Japan and a warning to others

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