george bush worse president ever open...
Kory

Fredonia, NY

#22 Apr 27, 2013
Clyde10 wrote:
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You're an idiot. The word diplomacy does not exclusively refer to foreign relations. It can be and is frequently used to ref more generally to the manner in which people deal with one another; e.g., "that wasn't very diplomatic."
I have no idea what the hell you are referring to with the cryptic geography commemt.
You really want to get into a comparison between Pittsburgh and Slumkirk? You're even dumber than I thought.
You misspelled Pissburgh and don't try and make like you don't know about the geography lesson comment. We have enough uneducated ignorant asses like the persons stupid comment previous to yours without some idiot from Pissburgh adding to the mix.
Drones are Watching

Horseheads, NY

#23 Apr 27, 2013
Is there section in the library for alleged war crimes? Hundreds of thousands of killed innocent civilians written off as collateral damage in Iraq and Afghanistan. But hey, we are so much safer today from starting all these pre-emptive wars. Who cares there is barely a constitution left as a result.
Kory

Fredonia, NY

#24 Apr 27, 2013
Drones are Watching wrote:
Is there section in the library for alleged war crimes? Hundreds of thousands of killed innocent civilians written off as collateral damage in Iraq and Afghanistan. But hey, we are so much safer today from starting all these pre-emptive wars. Who cares there is barely a constitution left as a result.
is there one in the FDR or Truman library?
Clyde10

Cranberry Twp, PA

#25 Apr 27, 2013
Kory wrote:
<quoted text>You misspelled Pissburgh and don't try and make like you don't know about the geography lesson comment. We have enough uneducated ignorant asses like the persons stupid comment previous to yours without some idiot from Pissburgh adding to the mix.
I have no idea what you are talking about. So, stop playing the Joe game and re-post it.
Kory

Fredonia, NY

#26 Apr 27, 2013
Clyde10 wrote:
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I have no idea what you are talking about. So, stop playing the Joe game and re-post it.
Of course you have no idea after the ridiculous mistake you made,it's called selective amnesia. CLUE-Egypt is a different country than Syria. Does that ring a bell? Now you may begin a new game known as dodge ball.
Conductor

New York, NY

#27 Apr 27, 2013
WARREN wrote:
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are you saying he is not responsible for over 5000 americans killed plus est 100,000 Iraqi killed plus devastating our economy not to mention death and destruction in afganistan . what do you think led up to the boston bombings? bush stirred up a hornets nest with his policies and the retribution will linger long after hes gone.. joe just sayin...
just for the record, almost every democrat voted to support the war! Let's get on with it, Bush has been out of office and Obama is doing exactly the same strategy as the Bush administration had! So wake up ! In the Wall st journal two days ago an article that both Bush and Obama have had the same approval rating in their first term and again in their second term.m the difference being the liberals and non workers hated Bush and the conservatives, the job and wealth producers do not like Obama, both have equal ratings. Obama is the president. So anyissuenthis country has goes on his hands. Success also!
Clyde10

Cranberry Twp, PA

#28 Apr 27, 2013
Kory wrote:
<quoted text>Of course you have no idea after the ridiculous mistake you made,it's called selective amnesia. CLUE-Egypt is a different country than Syria. Does that ring a bell? Now you may begin a new game known as dodge ball.
Oh my God. You are so clueless. I guess I shouldn't be too hard on you though, it's not all your fault. After all, you are the product of the Dunkirk Public Schools. So, let me explain the actual point to you. Don't worry, I'll go slowly and use small words.

Republicans criticized Obama for not sending weapons to the opposition movements in Egypt, Libya and Syria.(Remember the Arab Spring?) One of the reasons the Obama Administration was cautious in arming those opposition movements is because when you send weapons into Arab countries in the Middle East they tend to get stolen or sold and end up in the hands of bad guys - like Hezzbolah, Hamas, the Muslim Brotherhood. That possibility didn't stop the Republicans from skewering Obama for not "supporting democracy." Well, now that weapons that we supplied got in the hands of bad guys, those same people are "How could you let this happen?"

That's called hypocrisy.
Clyde10

Cranberry Twp, PA

#29 Apr 27, 2013
And to further explain the point -- ANY movement in these countries to oust the established government (usually some form of dictatorship) is going to create a power vacuum and an opportunity for Islamic extremist groups to try to grab power.

It happened in Iraq, it happened Egypt, it happened in Libya, and it will happen in Syria. Why do you think the U.S. has propped up the Saudi royal family for so long, despite their horrific human rights abuses and funding of Islamic terrorist groups? It's because if the Saudi Royal family was ousted, what we get in its place could be far worse. Saudi Arabia is the home of Whababism.

But, I keep forgetting, it's all Obama's fault. None of these problems existed before he took office.
William

Farmington, MI

#30 Apr 27, 2013
Clyde10 wrote:
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There are two problems with your post. First, UN Resolution 1441 was adopted in November of 2002, when Bush, not Clinton was President, and, second, UN Resolution 1441 did not "authorize the outster of Saddam Hussein."
http://www.un.org/Depts/unmovic/documents/144...
I don't believe Cliffy was referring that Resolution 1441 started under Clinton but rather the Clinton administration was in the process of discussing his removal before Resolution 1441 was implemented. Iraqs non-compliance of Resolution 1441 did lead to Saddam Husseins removal.
Clifford 1969

Fredonia, NY

#31 Apr 28, 2013
William wrote:
<quoted text> I don't believe Cliffy was referring that Resolution 1441 started under Clinton but rather the Clinton administration was in the process of discussing his removal before Resolution 1441 was implemented. Iraqs non-compliance of Resolution 1441 did lead to Saddam Husseins removal.
Thanks William! I thought the statement was self explanatory but typical of Clyde10 to need further instruction and then once proven wrong he'll manufacture some sort of gibberish all the while trying to run from his shadow! lol.
Clyde10

Cranberry Twp, PA

#32 Apr 28, 2013
Clifford 1969 wrote:
<quoted text> Thanks William! I thought the statement was self explanatory but typical of Clyde10 to need further instruction and then once proven wrong he'll manufacture some sort of gibberish all the while trying to run from his shadow! lol.
Nice attempt at revisionist history, but that's not what you cut and pasted, er, I mean wrote.
Kory

Fredonia, NY

#33 Apr 28, 2013
Clifford and William,it's pretty easy to see how he is now dodging the issue depicted in the video with his usual game of "I'll talk about something not associated with issue". Must be he's a product of the Pittsburgh public school system.
William

Farmington, MI

#34 Apr 28, 2013
Clyde10 wrote:
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Nice attempt at revisionist history, but that's not what you cut and pasted, er, I mean wrote.
When you cut and paste a quote wouldn't that be more accurate or better yet verbatim to what was said and NOT open to debate?? Do you get along with anybody??
William

Farmington, MI

#35 Apr 28, 2013
Kory wrote:
Clifford and William,it's pretty easy to see how he is now dodging the issue depicted in the video with his usual game of "I'll talk about something not associated with issue". Must be he's a product of the Pittsburgh public school system.
Clyde10 is the product of a failed bar exam! Which of course means that he's not even a good liar! lol.
Clifford1969

Fredonia, NY

#36 Apr 29, 2013
Clyde10 wrote:
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Nice attempt at revisionist history, but that's not what you cut and pasted, er, I mean wrote.
Whether the article was cut and pasted or I typed it exactly as written does not matter. What matters is the fact that you obviously found where I got my information from, read the content and knew what I meant but yet you still had to side track to the idea that I cut and pasted the quote just to be an obnoxious asshole!
Clyde10

Cleveland, OH

#37 Apr 29, 2013
William wrote:
<quoted text> Clyde10 is the product of a failed bar exam! Which of course means that he's not even a good liar! lol.
Sure, so long as you actually indicated it was a quote and attributed the author, as opposed to always trying to pass someone else's words off as your own.
Clyde10

Cleveland, OH

#38 Apr 29, 2013
Kory wrote:
Clifford and William,it's pretty easy to see how he is now dodging the issue depicted in the video with his usual game of "I'll talk about something not associated with issue". Must be he's a product of the Pittsburgh public school system.
No side tracking at all. I made my point. These countries are a mess, filled with bad people. When you chose sides there, you are usually choosing the lesser of two evils. When you send arms or money, there is a good chance they will end up in the wrong hands. When you depose a totalitarian government, what you get in its place may or may not be an improvement (e.g., Iran, Afghanistan).
In your rabid partisan hatred, you all want to blame Obama for things that have been going on in that part of the world since the British created the modern Middle East after World War I. If you really want to understand the politics of the area, you have to understand its history. You should read A Peace to End All Peace, by David Fromkin.
Clyde10

Cleveland, OH

#39 Apr 29, 2013
William wrote:
<quoted text> Clyde10 is the product of a failed bar exam! Which of course means that he's not even a good liar! lol.
Pipe down and make me a sandwich. And don't use so much mayonaise this time.
Clyde10

Cleveland, OH

#40 Apr 29, 2013
Kory wrote:
Clifford and William,it's pretty easy to see how he is now dodging the issue depicted in the video with his usual game of "I'll talk about something not associated with issue". Must be he's a product of the Pittsburgh public school system.
Nope, product of St. Mary's and the Dunkirk Public School System. But, fortunately, I was able to overcome that handicap by going to a good undergraduate university, and good graduate and law schools.
DHS totally screwed me for math though. Don't expect DHS has produced very many engineers, given the piss poor math instruction.
Ethan

Arcadia, CA

#41 May 9, 2013
Clyde10 wrote:
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Nope, product of St. Mary's and the Dunkirk Public School System. But, fortunately, I was able to overcome that handicap by going to a good undergraduate university, and good graduate and law schools.
DHS totally screwed me for math though. Don't expect DHS has produced very many engineers, given the piss poor math instruction.
Does anyone know who this Clyde10 is? I've come to the conclusion after readings his posts that this cat has a screw loose!

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