Barack Obama, our next President

Barack Obama, our next President

There are 1384157 comments on the Hampton Roads Daily Press story from Nov 5, 2008, titled Barack Obama, our next President. In it, Hampton Roads Daily Press reports that:

"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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Since: May 14

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#1150162 Jun 13, 2014
harmonious wrote:
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But, but, Mullah Oblamer was going to sit down with these religious nutjobs and talk some sense into them, what happened? Has he been too busy golfing, traveling, lying, etc.?
I assume you're referring to the religious nut jobs in the Republican house. These do-nothing obstructionists were out golfing, traveling and lying.
Nostrilis Waxman

Simsbury, CT

#1150163 Jun 13, 2014
PDUPONT wrote:
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What a dumbass! The article you're citing actually proves that stonings and forced marriages are contrary to Muslim beliefs.
You seem to have missed these parts;
“O you who believe, you are forbidden to inherit women against their will, and you should not treat them with harshness…And live with them honorably. If you dislike them, it maybe that you dislike a thing and All&#257;h brings through it a great deal of good.”(Qur&#702;&#257; n, 4:19)
Statistics show that Pakistan is the third most dangerous country for women to live in[i]. How's that for a country claiming to live by the traditions of Prophet Mu&#7717;ammad, whose last advice to men of his nation was
“Treat your women well and be kind to them”.
While Pakistan's majority population is Muslim, it is evident to anyone who has studied Islam even superficially that the culture and especially its treatment towards women is far from Islamic teachings.
While marriages where daughters are forced to marry a man picked by the family—including in the educated families—remain common in Pakistan, Islam abolished forced marriages 1400 years ago.
The Prophet, said,“A matron shouldn't be given in marriage until she is consulted, and a virgin shouldn't be given in marriage until her permission is sought…”(Tirmidhi: 1107)
Moreover, forced marriages are annulled in Islam:
“A virgin came to the Prophet,, and mentioned that her father had married her against her will, so the Prophet,, allowed her to exercise her choice.(Abu Dawud)
You and other bigots like Carol simply want to smear an entire religion because of cultural practices in some regions that have nothing to do with Islam at all.
Also you and Carol have the reading comprehension of a gerbil.
If you see an idiot, you're looking in a mirror Nosewax.
Look Safety School, Muslims have been beating women and still treat them like property, dumbass. If you don't know that, it's because you are as dumb as your kid who went to school for four years to end up as a secretary.
Nostrilis Waxman

Simsbury, CT

#1150164 Jun 13, 2014
PDUPONT wrote:
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Yeah, where did you graduate from? Someone with your abysmal level of intelligence would find it hard to get into Twin Forks Junior College let alone graduate.
A college compared to you, who dropped out of high school. Now back to your son. His schools acceptance rate is over 60%. Mine went to a New England Ivy League with an acceptance rate far below 10% and has a mans job.

It's no wonder you are Democrats, teet sucker.
Nostrilis Waxman

Simsbury, CT

#1150165 Jun 13, 2014
PDUPONT wrote:
<quoted text>
Obama and the Democrats did get us out of the recession dumbass. Since then the GOP controlled House has been gumming up the works.
You're an idiot!
McJobs for everyone!

You are a liar and an idiot.
PDUPONT

Chicopee, MA

#1150166 Jun 13, 2014
Incognito4Ever wrote:
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Always darkest before the dawn.
However it seems incredibly naïve to me that simply withdrawing troops and announcing the war is over will prevent the plotting of another 9/11.
The war in Afghanistan was never the right war in my opinion because it has always been known as an unwinnable war. It became Obama's Vietnam War.
But the enemy will never stop plotting bigger and better 9/11's just because Obama finally decided to pack up and go home and release the worst of the worst at Gitmo.
Then there's Iran being on the verge of possessing a nuclear weapon. Israel will relieve their itchy finger and pull the trigger long before they allow that to happen. The fallout of the catalysts of that happening is unthinkable.
It's just a little unsettling. That, and the state of the union with the rising deficit under ObamaCare plus the decline in health care and rationing on the way.
Seems people are becoming more and more restless.
But you're right. Sometimes catastrophic failure is the only path toward fixing something broken. It's just all the unknowns living in a world with so many potential catastrophic cracks.
Hope, however, does spring eternal. Even during the worst of times.
And just who got us into Afghanistan in the first place STUPID? Do you honestly think that shutting the lights of and going home was even an option? If Obama had just pulled the troops out then right wing hypocrites like you would be accusing him of cutting and running. You've accused him of that in regards to Iraq even though the withdrawal agreement was signed by Bush.
The worst of the worst aren't being released from Gitmo you clueless twit! Al Qaeda detainees are going to be kept. These Taliban prisoners would have been eventually released at any rate and the Taliban had nothing to do with 9/11.
You keep obsessing about Iran but keep forgetting or more likely ignoring the fact that a much more dangerous country, North Korea has developed nuclear weapons. Under whose watch did they do this? George W Bush's!
The deficit is going down you damned liar and CBO has determined that the ACA will further decrease it.
Once again Carol you have, as you do on a daily basis, proved that you don't know what the hell you're talking about!

Since: May 14

Location hidden

#1150167 Jun 13, 2014
Nostrilis Waxman wrote:
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McJobs for everyone!
You are a liar and an idiot.
Says the free market moron blaming the president for not creating jobs.
PDUPONT

Chicopee, MA

#1150168 Jun 13, 2014
Incognito4Ever wrote:
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Those on the left who are misled Obama supporters never seemed to understand the main concern of the tea party rallies. They were to protest a compulsive liar being elected into the White House whose intentions were clearly made known.
His skin color didn't even come up or make any difference whatsoever.
The tea party could see the writing on the wall. The left, ironically, only saw skin color.
Coming from an idiot supporter of Mendacious Mitt and Lyin' Ryan that's pretty hilarious.
Let's go over some of his lies once again;
Romney campaigning in Iowa on Sunday:“[W]hen the president went around at the beginning of his term and apologized for America around the world, it made us just heartsick.”
He’s lying; the president never apologized for America. Romney knows this, but he keeps making the claim anyway.
After winning the New Hampshire primary, Romney said of the president,“He lost our AAA credit rating.”
In reality, it was congressional Republicans who were responsible for the downgrade.
Romney talked about savings he’d find in the budget:“[T]he number one to cut is Obamacare. That saves $95 billion a year.”
Actually, that’s backwards. Repealing the Affordable Care Act would cost the nation billions and increase the deficit.
During the North Carolina Republican debate he claimed; “This president has opened up no new markets for American goods around the world in his three years, even as European nations and China have opened up 44,”
Not true: Mr. Obama has signed three trade deals since taking office, one each with South Korea, Panama and Colombia. The South Korean deal was characterized by Bloomberg News as the largest trade deal since the North American Free Trade Agreement in 1994.
He's stated; “This president went before the United Nations and castigated Israel for building settlements. He said nothing about thousands of rockets being rained in on Israel from the Gaza Strip. This president, I think he threw Israel under the bus with regards to defining the ‘67 borders as the starting point of negotiations.”
The first part of this statement is simply incorrect. Obama, in both his 2009 and 2011 speeches before the U.N. General Assembly, made reference to the rocket attacks into Israel.
Referring to the president, Romney argued,“He also promised he’d cut taxes for middle-income Americans. Hasn’t done that, either.”
Actually, Obama has cut middle-class taxes several times over the last three years. If this is supposed to be one of Romney’s key areas of interest, how could he not have noticed this?
Get the picture?
Buroc Millhouse Obama

Hamden, CT

#1150169 Jun 13, 2014
PDUPONT wrote:
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Coming from an idiot supporter of Mendacious Mitt and Lyin' Ryan that's pretty hilarious.
Let's go over some of his lies once again;
Romney campaigning in Iowa on Sunday:“[W]hen the president went around at the beginning of his term and apologized for America around the world, it made us just heartsick.”
He’s lying; the president never apologized for America. Romney knows this, but he keeps making the claim anyway.
After winning the New Hampshire primary, Romney said of the president,“He lost our AAA credit rating.”
In reality, it was congressional Republicans who were responsible for the downgrade.
Romney talked about savings he’d find in the budget:“[T]he number one to cut is Obamacare. That saves $95 billion a year.”
Actually, that’s backwards. Repealing the Affordable Care Act would cost the nation billions and increase the deficit.
During the North Carolina Republican debate he claimed; “This president has opened up no new markets for American goods around the world in his three years, even as European nations and China have opened up 44,”
Not true: Mr. Obama has signed three trade deals since taking office, one each with South Korea, Panama and Colombia. The South Korean deal was characterized by Bloomberg News as the largest trade deal since the North American Free Trade Agreement in 1994.
He's stated; “This president went before the United Nations and castigated Israel for building settlements. He said nothing about thousands of rockets being rained in on Israel from the Gaza Strip. This president, I think he threw Israel under the bus with regards to defining the ‘67 borders as the starting point of negotiations.”
The first part of this statement is simply incorrect. Obama, in both his 2009 and 2011 speeches before the U.N. General Assembly, made reference to the rocket attacks into Israel.
Referring to the president, Romney argued,“He also promised he’d cut taxes for middle-income Americans. Hasn’t done that, either.”
Actually, Obama has cut middle-class taxes several times over the last three years. If this is supposed to be one of Romney’s key areas of interest, how could he not have noticed this?
Get the picture?
While Obama did not utter the words "I am sorry", every honest person with an IQ above yours (60) will admit Obama was on an "Apology Tour" early in his regime. Read the words:

http://www.heritage.org/research/reports/2009...

Watch & listen:



You are a zombie.
Buroc Millhouse Obama

Hamden, CT

#1150170 Jun 13, 2014
Nostrilis Waxmoron wrote:
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Says the free market moron blaming the president for not creating jobs.
Mornin' Ghost.
Buroc Millhouse Obama

Hamden, CT

#1150171 Jun 13, 2014
Look at this:

http://www.foxnews.com/

The this:

http://jerseynut.blogspot.com/2011/05/young-o...

Obama has not changed.

“fairtax.org”

Since: Dec 08

gauley bridge wv

#1150172 Jun 13, 2014
AP Reporter to Obama Official: People Predicted this Would Happen if We Withdrew from Iraq

June 12, 2014 By TPNN

ZPsaki

On Thursday, State Department Spokesperson Jen Psaki attempted to explain why Iraq is falling into the hands of terrorists once again and how, after efforts to create stability in Iraq by American soldiers, our withdrawal from Iraq was “not a mistake.”

In a tense press conference that entailed a back-and-forth with Associated Press correspondent Matt Lee, Psaki kept to the party line of the Obama Administration and attempted to defend the decision to withdraw from Iraq as the right call.

“Obviously, the withdrawal from Iraq in 2011 was not a mistake,” Psaki asserted.

“So there are- there were factors that we could not have predicted five years ago- six years ago,” Psaki also said.

Pointing out the obvious, Lee shot back,“Right, but I mean, some people did predict that complete withdrawal, the withdrawal that happened in 2011, would lead to something like this.”

Psaki replied,“I would pose to these same individuals whether they would think that the small contingent of military that was being discussed to leave on the ground would have prevented this. And I think the answer would be no.”

Psaki also maintained that the move was “not a political decision.”

ISIS, an Al Qaeda-linked terrorist group, has been on the war path and capturing cities in Iraq that were once kept peaceful by U.S. troops. President Obama announced on Thursday that Iraq would “need help” considering the success of ISIS.

In 2011, after President Obama announced he would be winding down operations in Iraq, many experts predicted that doing so and so publicly announcing it would embolden terrorist groups looking to gain a foothold in Iraq.

Though Psaki touted the party line, this appears to be yet another Obama-led foreign policy disaster.
Grey Ghost

Bumpass, VA

#1150173 Jun 13, 2014
Nostrilis Waxman wrote:
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A college compared to you, who dropped out of high school. Now back to your son. His schools acceptance rate is over 60%. Mine went to a New England Ivy League with an acceptance rate far below 10% and has a mans job.
It's no wonder you are Democrats, teet sucker.
Oh do you mean those schools of higher learning that liberals teach? I feel sorry for your son having an idiot like you for a father is a terrible burden, it's like serving time for a crime you didn't commit. But then again it's not likely he is yours anyway.Besides we are all aware of what a chronic liar you are, it's not likely that you even have the proverbial pot to piss in.
Patrick

United States

#1150174 Jun 13, 2014
(Reuters)- Shi'te Muslim Iran is so alarmed by Sunni insurgent gains in Iraq that it may be willing to cooperate with Washington in helping Baghdad fight back, a senior Iranian official told Reuters.

The idea is being discussed internally among the Islamic Republic's leadership, the senior Iranian official told Reuters, speaking on condition of anonymity. The official had no word on whether the idea had been raised with any other party.

Officials say Iran will send its neighbour advisers and weaponry, although probably not troops, to help its ally Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki check what Tehran sees as a profound threat to regional stability, officials and analysts say.

Islamist militants have captured swathes of territory including the country's second biggest city Mosul.

Tehran is open to the possibility of working with the United States to support Baghdad, the senior official said.

"We can work with Americans to end the insurgency in the Middle East," the official said, referring to events in Iraq.

"We are very influential in Iraq, Syria and many other countries."

For many years, Iran has been aggrieved by what it sees as U.S. efforts to marginalise it. Tehran wants to be recognised as a significant player in regional security.

COMMON CAUSE

Relations between Iran and Washington have improved modestly since the 2013 election of President Hassan Rouhani, who promised "constructive engagement" with the world.
Grey Ghost

Bumpass, VA

#1150175 Jun 13, 2014
Buroc Millhouse Obama wrote:
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Mornin' Ghost.
Welcome no life moron to another day of your insane existence. Other than serving as a bad example you have no purpose. By the way which are you a Sunni or a Shia?
Realtime

Deltona, FL

#1150176 Jun 13, 2014
flack wrote:
AP Reporter to Obama Official: People Predicted this Would Happen if We Withdrew from Iraq
June 12, 2014 By TPNN
ZPsaki
On Thursday, State Department Spokesperson Jen Psaki attempted to explain why Iraq is falling into the hands of terrorists once again and how, after efforts to create stability in Iraq by American soldiers, our withdrawal from Iraq was “not a mistake.”
In a tense press conference that entailed a back-and-forth with Associated Press correspondent Matt Lee, Psaki kept to the party line of the Obama Administration and attempted to defend the decision to withdraw from Iraq as the right call.
“Obviously, the withdrawal from Iraq in 2011 was not a mistake,” Psaki asserted.
“So there are- there were factors that we could not have predicted five years ago- six years ago,” Psaki also said.
Pointing out the obvious, Lee shot back,“Right, but I mean, some people did predict that complete withdrawal, the withdrawal that happened in 2011, would lead to something like this.”
Psaki replied,“I would pose to these same individuals whether they would think that the small contingent of military that was being discussed to leave on the ground would have prevented this. And I think the answer would be no.”
Psaki also maintained that the move was “not a political decision.”
ISIS, an Al Qaeda-linked terrorist group, has been on the war path and capturing cities in Iraq that were once kept peaceful by U.S. troops. President Obama announced on Thursday that Iraq would “need help” considering the success of ISIS.
In 2011, after President Obama announced he would be winding down operations in Iraq, many experts predicted that doing so and so publicly announcing it would embolden terrorist groups looking to gain a foothold in Iraq.
Though Psaki touted the party line, this appears to be yet another Obama-led foreign policy disaster.
Tea Party News Network gibber jabber.
sonicfilter

Indianapolis, IN

#1150177 Jun 13, 2014
flack wrote:
AP Reporter to Obama Official: People Predicted this Would Happen if We Withdrew from Iraq
June 12, 2014 By TPNN
ZPsaki
On Thursday, State Department Spokesperson Jen Psaki attempted to explain why Iraq is falling into the hands of terrorists once again and how, after efforts to create stability in Iraq by American soldiers, our withdrawal from Iraq was “not a mistake.”
In a tense press conference that entailed a back-and-forth with Associated Press correspondent Matt Lee, Psaki kept to the party line of the Obama Administration and attempted to defend the decision to withdraw from Iraq as the right call.
“Obviously, the withdrawal from Iraq in 2011 was not a mistake,” Psaki asserted.
“So there are- there were factors that we could not have predicted five years ago- six years ago,” Psaki also said.
Pointing out the obvious, Lee shot back,“Right, but I mean, some people did predict that complete withdrawal, the withdrawal that happened in 2011, would lead to something like this.”
Psaki replied,“I would pose to these same individuals whether they would think that the small contingent of military that was being discussed to leave on the ground would have prevented this. And I think the answer would be no.”
Psaki also maintained that the move was “not a political decision.”
ISIS, an Al Qaeda-linked terrorist group, has been on the war path and capturing cities in Iraq that were once kept peaceful by U.S. troops. President Obama announced on Thursday that Iraq would “need help” considering the success of ISIS.
In 2011, after President Obama announced he would be winding down operations in Iraq, many experts predicted that doing so and so publicly announcing it would embolden terrorist groups looking to gain a foothold in Iraq.
Though Psaki touted the party line, this appears to be yet another Obama-led foreign policy disaster.
many experts? lol

seems they're expertly uninformed.

President Obama's speech formally declaring that the last 43,000 U.S. troops will leave Iraq by the end of the year was designed to mask an unpleasant truth: The troops aren't being withdrawn because the U.S. wants them out. They're leaving because the Iraqi government refused to let them stay.

....even Kurdish support was far from monolithic: Mahmoud Othman, an independent Kurdish lawmaker considered one of the most pro-American members of parliament, said in a recent interview that he wanted the U.S. troops out.

"Personally, I no longer want them to stay," Othman said. "It's been eight years. I don't think having Americans stay in Iraq will improve the situation at all. Leaving would be better for them and for us. It's time for us to go our separate ways."

http://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2...

“fairtax.org”

Since: Dec 08

gauley bridge wv

#1150178 Jun 13, 2014
ByREBECCA KAPLANCBS NEWSJune 13, 2014, 5:55 AM
Is the violence in Iraq Obama's fault?

REUTERS/KEVIN LAMARQUE

The end of the Iraq war in 2011 was a high point of President Obama's first term, marking the completion of one of his most important campaign promises. But as Islamic militants capture cities and towns throughout Iraq and march toward the capital, Baghdad, the president once again faces the criticism that his foreign policy has failed.

Worse yet, it stands to undermine his foreign policy legacy.
The violence has swept Iraq just two and a half years after the last U.S. troops departed following a nearly nine-year war. The gains made during the war have been wiped out with the rise of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS). The group's advance raises questions that will likely dog the president during the remainder of his time in office, from whether U.S. forces should have stayed behind, to how he might have tried to alter the course of events in recent years, to whether a similar policy in Afghanistan is doomed for failure.

Experts almost entirely agree that Mr. Obama could have done things differently, but differ on the question of how much blame he bears for the situation, when he might have changed course, and even whether it would have substantially changed the situation.

Why Iraq is plagued by violence
CBS News National Security Analyst Juan Zarate, a former Bush administration national security adviser, traces the trouble in part back to 2011, when U.S. troops withdrew from Iraq. Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki refused to sign an agreement allowing for a residual force to remain behind, but Mr. Obama was also interested in bringing the war to an end, as he promised during the 2008 campaign.

That was a criticism from Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., who faced off against Mr. Obama in the 2008 election on issues including Iraq policy.



John McCain: Instability in Iraq "direct threat" to U.S.
"What the Americans left behind was an Iraqi state that was not able to stand on its own," he said Thursday.



Flash Points: As Iraqi cities fall to jihadists, is the United States in danger?
Zarate argues that the lack of an American presence on the ground has limited the U.S. ability to support the Iraqi military and be prepared for an increase in violence.

"This is not America's fault, but we're certainly not in a good posture to deal with the situation and I don't think the administration has put us in a very good position to be able to respond with all options against this threat," he said.

But other experts argue that the U.S. had no choice but to respect Iraq's decision to end the American troop presence.

"Fundamentally the Iraqis asked us to leave and that was their prerogative and their choice," Brookings Institution senior fellow Michael O'Hanlon told CBS News.

Many people have pointed fingers at Maliki, who they say has weakened the Iraqi government and other institutions he controls, like the army. As the head of the Shiite-led government, he has become an increasingly authoritarian figure who has refused to take steps to integrate Iraq's Sunni and Kurdish minorities as the U.S. recommended.



Could ISIS overtake Baghdad?
"All the blame, in my view, rests with Maliki," said Michael Morell, the former deputy CIA director who now serves as a security analyst for CBS News. "He would not accept U.S. help, even behind the scenes, until recently, and he didn't keep the pressure on [ISIS]. You have to keep the pressure on the terrorist groups or they rebound quickly."

But Morell still says he's "not sure that had we left behind a small number of troops for training purposes, which is what it was going to be, that we would be a significantly different place now."
Grey Ghost

Bumpass, VA

#1150179 Jun 13, 2014
shinningelectr0n wrote:
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Hee, Hee.
So I guess they're going around wearing Tin Foil hats like you do, eh?
Keeps them transmitters quiet and local.
Have you had the video cam removed from your front toofph that the CIA planted there while you slept?
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.. ...
I'd be more concerned about that arrow your generic daddy shot through your head at 6, Dood.:-)
Baggers like you don't need the hats, you already have the tin foil built in. It's a genetic thingie.
forks_make_us_fa t

Norman, OK

#1150180 Jun 13, 2014
nothing to see here...and Progressives know how to create peace and joy in the world....

'ISIS Terror Leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi Was Released By Obama from Camp Bucca in 2009'

http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2014/06/isis-...
Homer

Bethlehem, PA

#1150181 Jun 13, 2014
flack wrote:
AP Reporter to Obama Official: People Predicted this Would Happen if We Withdrew from Iraq
June 12, 2014 By TPNN
ZPsaki
On Thursday, State Department Spokesperson Jen Psaki attempted to explain why Iraq is falling into the hands of terrorists once again and how, after efforts to create stability in Iraq by American soldiers, our withdrawal from Iraq was “not a mistake.”
In a tense press conference that entailed a back-and-forth with Associated Press correspondent Matt Lee, Psaki kept to the party line of the Obama Administration and attempted to defend the decision to withdraw from Iraq as the right call.
“Obviously, the withdrawal from Iraq in 2011 was not a mistake,” Psaki asserted.
“So there are- there were factors that we could not have predicted five years ago- six years ago,” Psaki also said.
Pointing out the obvious, Lee shot back,“Right, but I mean, some people did predict that complete withdrawal, the withdrawal that happened in 2011, would lead to something like this.”
Psaki replied,“I would pose to these same individuals whether they would think that the small contingent of military that was being discussed to leave on the ground would have prevented this. And I think the answer would be no.”
Psaki also maintained that the move was “not a political decision.”
ISIS, an Al Qaeda-linked terrorist group, has been on the war path and capturing cities in Iraq that were once kept peaceful by U.S. troops. President Obama announced on Thursday that Iraq would “need help” considering the success of ISIS.
In 2011, after President Obama announced he would be winding down operations in Iraq, many experts predicted that doing so and so publicly announcing it would embolden terrorist groups looking to gain a foothold in Iraq.
Though Psaki touted the party line, this appears to be yet another Obama-led foreign policy disaster.
We never should have taken Saddam out, he kept his country under control and stabilized the entire region and kept Iran in check, Reagan knew this and befriended and armed him.

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