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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fetch almighty wrote:
<quoted text>are you, as the liberal crackhead of the thread, happy with the abortions in Israel?
*your pacemaker must be about ready to go.
I'm sure you are son.
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John Galt wrote:
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...a little more black Jew-hating to cover for their incompetent Messiah....
When in doubt, blame the Jews.
it's amazing what you can dream up when you try... or hate.
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Obama to address the nation Tuesday night. That means most likely if he intends military action it most likely will happen on Wednesday. 9/11
It will be 9/11 in the MidEast when the fool starts reading the teleprompter.

Obama's decision to consult Congress will be hailed by the media as brilliant military deception.

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By 284 A.D., Rome had diluted the value of their gold and silver coins by mixing the precious metals with less valuable metals like copper because of too much government spending. It took more and more coins to buy the same goods.)Prices continued to soar and merchants could not reap a profit, so even more shops closed. More and more citizens gave up and accepted welfare. One-fifth of the population lived on free-wheat handed out by the Roman government.

Rome would not even accept its own currency in taxes.

We're not to that point yet but sounds too familiar.

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<quoted text> Listen ALL POLITICAL PARTIES ARE CROOKED . We will never move forward till America understands this . And the Bush story is true . The Bush Family are crooked and dangerous . But so are Obama and Clinton !
Some are more crooked than others, some have contributed more than others, some have been better problem solvers more than others, and some take a stand based on their convictions more than others.

I don't believe for one minute the Bush family could possibly be more crooked than some others.

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<quoted text>I must have missed that. And so did bushie boy!
Congress gave Bush the authority to use military force.

But, as you said, you must have missed that.

“Too Ugly to Win”

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LMAO. " ProCon.org ", seriously? Do actual research for a change. Bush went to WAR with only three allies....Britain, Australia and Poland. Look it up, Dumbo.
KRAUTHAMMER: Left Mocked Bush For Going Into Iraq With 50 Allies But "Obama Can't Even Get One And A Half"

I don't think it is a sudden embrace of the separation of powers or a renewed interest in constitutional action in which he brings in the Congress.

On domestic issues, he hasn't shown any interest in that, and all of a sudden he develops religion on the eve of the supposed strike. The reason is, he was alone and naked in the world.

He didn't have Russia, he didn't have the U.N., didn't have the Security Council, he didn't have the Arabs who, yes, very much oppose but won't lift a finger and didn't even approve in the resolution of the Arab League support for unilateral or any kind of action against them, military action against Syria, and he lost our closest ally in Britain.

He had nobody. Here are Obama and the Democrats who mocked the Bush administration for unilateral intervention In Iraq where we had a coalition of almost 50 countries and he can't get one and a half. So he had to have the Congress, that's the reason he did that switch in the end. He knew how alone he was and how he needed cover."

Anti-war progressives Nancy Pelosi, Howard Dean, Debbie Wasserman-Schultz and Harry Reid -- to name but a few -- all now support war in Syria. This gang of chickenhawks (always a favorite term during the Bush era) are banging the drums of war even though we have no idea whether anyone actually used chemical weapons and, if they were used, who used them; or who we're fighting for; or what the goal is; or whether a regional or global conflict will result; or how blowing up some camels helps U.S. national security interests.

All of those factors don't matter. This is about saving face for Barack Obama and keeping the attention off the litany of scandals -- Benghazi, IRS, NSA, James Rosen and AP wiretaps, Fast and Furious, and dozens more -- engulfing the administration.

These Democrat hacks are the worst of the worst. In fact, if the field of politics didn't exist, I find it difficult to imagine how they would earn honest livings.
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USAsince1680 wrote:
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LMAO. " ProCon.org ", seriously? Do actual research for a change. Bush went to WAR with only three allies....Britain, Australia and Poland. Look it up, Dumbo.
Good grief

http://usiraq.procon.org/sourcefiles/2003coal...
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USAsince1680 wrote:
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LMAO. " ProCon.org ", seriously? Do actual research for a change. Bush went to WAR with only three allies....Britain, Australia and Poland. Look it up, Dumbo.
Good grief

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Multi-National_F...

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By 284 A.D., Rome had diluted the value of their gold and silver coins by mixing the precious metals with less valuable metals like copper because of too much government spending. It took more and more coins to buy the same goods.)Prices continued to soar and merchants could not reap a profit, so even more shops closed. More and more citizens gave up and accepted welfare. One-fifth of the population lived on free-wheat handed out by the Roman government.
Rome would not even accept its own currency in taxes.
We're not to that point yet but sounds too familiar.
Not since the disintegration of the Soviet Union in 1991, and prior to that the fall of France in 1940, has there been so swift an erosion of the world influence of a Great Power as we are witnessing with the United States.

What is more worrisome than the fact that the United States has an inadequate president, is that the public still accords the incumbent a significant degree of support. If the American people, who have responded to intelligent leadership so often within living memory, has become so morally obtuse that it buys into this flimflam, the problem is more profound than I imagined.

http://www.nysun.com/foreign/collapse-of-amer...
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LMAO. " ProCon.org ", seriously? Do actual research for a change. Bush went to WAR with only three allies....Britain, Australia and Poland. Look it up, Dumbo.
Good grief

You are wrong

http://www.cbsnews.com/2100-500257_162-544517...

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Whatever wrote:
OMG OMG--you can't give official papers and expect the liberal to be able to count.:)

She told you--she can only count to three....no matter what!
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LoisLane59 wrote:
By 284 A.D., Rome had diluted the value of their gold and silver coins by mixing the precious metals with less valuable metals like copper because of too much government spending. It took more and more coins to buy the same goods.)Prices continued to soar and merchants could not reap a profit, so even more shops closed. More and more citizens gave up and accepted welfare. One-fifth of the population lived on free-wheat handed out by the Roman government.
Rome would not even accept its own currency in taxes.
We're not to that point yet but sounds too familiar.
happy to see you are back from aliens... to 284 AD.
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John Galt wrote:
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Obama is proceeding like a madman despite lopsided opposition by Congress and the American people.
President Obama has responsibility for the United States.
You troll, a major difference?
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LoisLane59 wrote:
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Congress gave Bush the authority to use military force.
But, as you said, you must have missed that.
lol! That's not what I said I missed. But I guess it does help you make your case!
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lol! Still missing that Dow son.

Did you LIE???
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<quoted text>Not since the disintegration of the Soviet Union in 1991, and prior to that the fall of France in 1940, has there been so swift an erosion of the world influence of a Great Power as we are witnessing with the United States.
What is more worrisome than the fact that the United States has an inadequate president, is that the public still accords the incumbent a significant degree of support. If the American people, who have responded to intelligent leadership so often within living memory, has become so morally obtuse that it buys into this flimflam, the problem is more profound than I imagined.
http://www.nysun.co collapse-of-american-power-rec alls-dis/88400/
Another hate America first post?
Name a country better than the U S A!

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LoisLane59 wrote:
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Congress gave Bush the authority to use military force.
But, as you said, you must have missed that.
"Carol"
I will be tied up in the AM so here is Happy Birthday Wish. Enjoy your 56th. Have a grate day.
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LCNLin wrote:
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Another hate America first post?
Name a country better than the U S A!
They love the Russians!!
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Lily boca raton fl wrote:
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They love the Russians!!
Seems so

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