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bobolinq

Belmont, MI

#1 Aug 31, 2013
what's the big deal?

it's all political anyway.

peoples' lives are meaningless; political influence, manipulation and greed is what it is all about.

the syrian people are collateral beneficiares, i.e., seat belts may save lives in a crash but they don't help you avoid them.

strong arming the Syrian government is a ploy to aid israel and bolster it's defenses against hesbolah.

were going to waste more time, more money for strictly political motivations.

kudos to the uk for excersing common sense on this one.
Oneal

Grand Rapids, MI

#2 Aug 31, 2013
None of this would be necessary if Obama hadn't made his irresponsible "Red Line" comment. Thanks to his complete international inexperience and arrogant delusion that the world likes and respects him, America now either has to take military action or look weak to our enemies.

Looking back on Obama's nose-in-the-air criticizing of Bush's foreign policy decisions, how he assured he could solve our problems by simply talking with our enemies and closing GITMO - and the state of our reputation now that his "cheesy grin" approach has resulted in a total lack of respect for him and America around the globe - I'd say Barry looks even more naive and less presidential than ever.
Really

Wyoming, MI

#3 Aug 31, 2013
Oneal wrote:
None of this would be necessary if Obama hadn't made his irresponsible "Red Line" comment. Thanks to his complete international inexperience and arrogant delusion that the world likes and respects him, America now either has to take military action or look weak to our enemies.
Looking back on Obama's nose-in-the-air criticizing of Bush's foreign policy decisions, how he assured he could solve our problems by simply talking with our enemies and closing GITMO - and the state of our reputation now that his "cheesy grin" approach has resulted in a total lack of respect for him and America around the globe - I'd say Barry looks even more naive and less presidential than ever.
His "apology" world tour already had established us as weak on most items. Our allies don't trust him and with good reason. He would back stab them and throw them under the bus in a heartbeat. To say nothing of blaming them if something went wrong.
Oneal

Grand Rapids, MI

#4 Aug 31, 2013
Really wrote:
<quoted text>His "apology" world tour already had established us as weak on most items. Our allies don't trust him and with good reason. He would back stab them and throw them under the bus in a heartbeat. To say nothing of blaming them if something went wrong.
Obama's "meet with our enemies" platform was an amateur, Made-for-TV, notion back on the campaign trail and ignorant liberals ate it up.
Batch 37 Pain Is Good

Mount Morris, MI

#5 Aug 31, 2013
What a fool he was......
Oneal

Grand Rapids, MI

#6 Aug 31, 2013
Batch 37 Pain Is Good wrote:
What a fool he was......
And what a telling event the reelection of this fool is on behalf of a segment of our society more interested in revenge than leadership. Revenge on the part of the die-hard, anti-Bush liberal hippy radicals, and revenge on the part of an otherwise completely absent voting segment of our society until skin color became a factor.

Both were given 4 years of inept and corrupt examples, yet both for the same exact reasons reelected an amateur community organizer to lead the most powerful nation on earth.

Liberalism breeds ignorance.
Really

Wyoming, MI

#7 Aug 31, 2013
Oneal wrote:
<quoted text>
And what a telling event the reelection of this fool is on behalf of a segment of our society more interested in revenge than leadership. Revenge on the part of the die-hard, anti-Bush liberal hippy radicals, and revenge on the part of an otherwise completely absent voting segment of our society until skin color became a factor.
Both were given 4 years of inept and corrupt examples, yet both for the same exact reasons reelected an amateur community organizer to lead the most powerful nation on earth.
Liberalism breeds ignorance.
It was designed to ensure that we are no longer the most powerful nation on earth. After all, that wouldn't be "fair" any longer.

“Where I came from”

Since: Jan 09

the universe

#8 Aug 31, 2013
Hey BHO just want to tell you about the millions of lives you and many more democrats are responsible in the name of abortion any life lost to war dis-ease or abortion is a life lost you have many souls and blod on your hands.

“Where I came from”

Since: Jan 09

the universe

#9 Aug 31, 2013
Just say know to war...

“Where I came from”

Since: Jan 09

the universe

#10 Aug 31, 2013
Gas, bullets, starvation whats the difference I see none. By the way over 200,000 people die on this planet from some calamity to potentially take us into another war or even some limited interference is foolish at best an evil at worst. BHO you have turned a blind eye to other terrorist attacks on our own soil so F U jerk.
Elephant Gun

Shelby, MI

#11 Sep 1, 2013
Oneal wrote:
None of this would be necessary if Obama hadn't made his irresponsible "Red Line" comment. Thanks to his complete international inexperience and arrogant delusion that the world likes and respects him, America now either has to take military action or look weak to our enemies.
Looking back on Obama's nose-in-the-air criticizing of Bush's foreign policy decisions, how he assured he could solve our problems by simply talking with our enemies and closing GITMO - and the state of our reputation now that his "cheesy grin" approach has resulted in a total lack of respect for him and America around the globe - I'd say Barry looks even more naive and less presidential than ever.
The international community is calling for assad to be punished i'd say you're the naive one. I think you're just like assad you'd move your army and hide behind civilians.
Oneal

Grand Rapids, MI

#12 Sep 2, 2013
Elephant Gun wrote:
<quoted text>The international community is calling for assad to be punished i'd say you're the naive one. I think you're just like assad you'd move your army and hide behind civilians.
But are they lining up to help, or waiting for the US to do the dirty work? Hmmmm??

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