Uh, sorry--he must be your boy too. LOL<quoted text>
Wow, another racist f*ck slinging slurs today.
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#983326 Sep 15, 2013
Since: Feb 08
#983327 Sep 15, 2013
"sonic" and those of his ilk refuse to focus in nobama's failures as president. They respond with their fall back position, blame Bush. You must know all of America's problems are Bush's fault.
#983328 Sep 15, 2013
Dem., Obama Policy Like “Hitler”
TEXAS – Kesha Rogers is no longer getting any form of backing from the Democratic Party.
The woman who once had aspirations of running for Congress, has lost the support of the party for committing a serious political sin: Calling for the impeachment of President Obama.
Rogers says that President Obama has presented “non-leadership” on the issues that matter most to Americans.
She says that the party allows President Obama to remain controlled by a corrupt financial system, and that even Hitler would be proud of the polices that are touted by the president.
“Mr. Obama is a puppet of the bankrupt financial system, and has pushed policies made notorious by the Adolph Hitler regime, and since condemned by the entire world,” said Rogers.
Rogers was the Democratic nominee for the 22nd Congressional district in Texas.
Gilberto Hinojosa, chairman of the Texas Democratic Party, is shocked that Rogers was able to win her primary because the Democrats haven’t given her resources to win.
Some are accusing Rogers of being a plant for the Republican Party and others are saying that she is a Democrat saying some of the things that liberals want to hear about President Obama.
Many liberals and African Americans are disappointed with President Obama’s performance, especially on the black unemployment crisis.
Also, President Obama is relatively unpopular in the state of Texas, and even some Democrats have criticized him heavily.
Since: Feb 08
#983329 Sep 15, 2013
Keep it up. You can point to not a single thing the boy president nobama has done to improve the economy so what do you do, blame Bush. You have nothing else.
As I have opined before Bush was not a very good president, but he was far superior to the boy loser currently acting as president, nobama.
#983330 Sep 15, 2013
The US and Great Britain supported the Shah you stupid birther fk, of course they sold him weapons and much more.
That was a different Iran.
Back away from the bong.
#983332 Sep 15, 2013
a black woman straying off the plantation...
#983333 Sep 15, 2013
Obama’s Humiliating Defeat When presidents fail, it is a public spectacle. In his rush into unprovoked war against Syria, President Obama overplayed his hand. Shortly before he appeared on television on Tuesday,“Obama’s handlers advised him that his political position was, for the time being, untenable.” But he’ll soon be back on the warpath, meaner and more aggressive than ever.Obama will be back on the Syria warpath as soon as the proper false flag operations can be arranged.”
It was a strange speech, in which the real news was left for last, popping out like a Jack-in-the-Box after 11 minutes of growls and snarls and Obama’s bizarre whining about how unfair it is to be restrained from making war on people who have done you no harm. The president abruptly switched from absurd, lie-based justifications for war to his surprise announcement that, no, Syria’s turn to endure Shock and Awe had been postponed. The reader suddenly realizes that the diplomatic developments had been hastily cut and pasted into the speech, probably only hours before. Obama had intended to build the case for smashing Assad to an imperial peroration – a laying down of the law from on high. But his handlers threw in the towel, for reasons both foreign and domestic. Temporarily defeated, Obama will be back on the Syria warpath as soon as the proper false flag operations can be arranged.
The president’s roiling emotions, visible through his eyes, got in the way of his oratorical skills. But then, he didn’t have much material to work with, just an endless string of prevarications and half-truths strung almost randomly together. Obama, who was reluctantly asking permission from Congress to violate the most fundamental tenets of international law – permission that Congress is not empowered to give – framed Syria as a rogue nation because it has not signed a treaty on chemical weapons like “98 percent of humanity.” This makes Syria ripe for bombing. The president does not explain that Syria’s neighbors, Israel and Egypt – both U.S. allies – have also not signed the treaty. He does not suggest bombing Tel Aviv or Cairo.
“He was already priming the public to accept Assad’s guilt the next time chemical weapons explode in Syria.”
#983334 Sep 15, 2013
Not only that,but Obama never ran against Bush - only in his small mind and in the even smaller minds of the Obama Zombies who voted for him.
#983335 Sep 15, 2013
Wisdom from Mumia Abu-Jamal: Bombs Over Damascus?“Obama has Morphed into Bush III”
President Barack Obama, long seen as an anti-war foil to the lunacy of the belligerent George W. Bush administration, has now almost completed his morphing into Bush III.
With his war talk calling for the bombing of Syria, he has relied upon international law as the rationale, at the same time deprecating the role of the United Nations (UN). This, to say the least, is a contradiction.
With the old reliable Britain jumping ship, Obama has opted for a congressional cover, to share the glory or the blame of the latest imperial adventure, should it, like Iraq, result in disaster.
In any event, international law being violated isn’t something that is new to the U.S. Torture is a violation of international law, yet Guantanamo Bay’s Naval brig practices it daily, not to mention U.S. black sites operated by the CIA around the globe.
Yet this president, so exercised over international law violations, issued a clean slate to the CIA for it torture chamber,(not to mention its destruction of evidence) saying essentially,‘let the past be the past.’
Similarly, the supreme war crime, under international law, specifically the Nuremberg Tribunal (which tried and condemned Nazis), is aggression against a nation that did not attack the aggressor.
For this is a violation of the UN Charter, which, like Nuremberg, considered the initiation of war “the supreme international crime differing only from other war crimes in that it contains within itself the accumulated evil of the whole”.
Witness the Iraq War, not only a blunder, but a crime.
Yet the war criminals who waged an illegal, unjust war –are immune, for they did so in furtherance of empire (or perhaps more importantly, global businesses).
Why are they not on trial for violating international law?
That treatment, it seems is reserved for African or maybe Asian leaders – not Europeans or Americans.
International law is but a fig leaf, for it covers very little, especially if there is very little to cover.
Syria is embroiled in an ugly, vicious civil war, and fighting for its very survival as presently constituted.
#983336 Sep 15, 2013
So,no matter what the comment is,to you it is racist if someones comments are not intended to praise Obama? I'll praise Obama when he actually does something worth praising,it will never happen.
#983337 Sep 15, 2013
For the sake of the country, Obama needs to start acting like a President and conduct foreign policy in the real world instead of as a domestic political game.
Right now he looks like a fool, claiming victory in the face of defeat.
#983338 Sep 15, 2013
Continuity of Military Agenda: Syria Catastrophe Engineered Under Bush, Executed Verbatim Under Obama The rise of Al Qaeda in Syria and the predictable bloodbath that followed is the documented work of US, Israel, & Saudi Arabia.
Tens of thousands of deaths, devastated cities, and the scattering of terrified Syrian minorities add up to a catastrophe that has unfolded in Syria over the last 2 years. International organizations including the UN call it the worst humanitarian catastrophe of the 21st century, and despite this, have put little effort into tracking down the actual genesis of the conflict, the key players perpetuating the violence, and in prescribing the obvious solutions to this conflict. With a recent initiative by Russia and Syria blunting the West’s pro-war drive, Western propagandists have attempted to reassert their crumbling narrative regarding the conflict, past, present, and future.
The Genesis of Syria’s Conflict
We are told by Western politicians and Western media houses that the conflict in Syria began with a spontaneous “peaceful,”“pro-democracy” uprising influenced by similar demonstrations in Tunisia and Egypt. We are told that these peaceful protests were brutally crushed by the Syrian government and resulted in the militarization of the so-called “opposition.”
This is a verified lie.
In an April 2011 AFP report, Michael Posner, the assistant US Secretary of State for Human Rights and Labor, admitted that [emphasis added]:
“US government has budgeted $50 million in the last two years [starting in 2009] to develop new technologies to help activists protect themselves from arrest and prosecution by authoritarian governments.”The report went on to admit that the US (emphasis added)“organized training sessions for 5,000 activists in different parts of the world. A session held in the Middle East about six weeks ago gathered activists from Tunisia, Egypt, Syria and Lebanon who returned to their countries with the aim of training their colleagues there.” Posner would add,“They went back and there’s a ripple effect.”
Not only were the protests in Syria planned, funded, and directed by the US State Department, years before the so-called “Arab Spring” began, but so were the alleged protests that “triggered” events in Syria – namely similarly engineered protests in Tunisia, Egypt, and the violent US-led subversion carried out in Libya.
What’s more disturbing is that the US-engineered “protests” were not designed to overthrow targeted governments, but instead to serve as a smokescreen for similarly pre-planned armed subversion. As early as 2007, under then President George Bush, the arming, funding, and otherwise supporting of sectarian extremists across the Middle East to undermine Lebanon, Syria, and Iran was put into motion.
Admissions by administration officials, intelligence agents, and the very militant groups the US was funding and preparing for armed subversion in 2007 were documented in Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Seymour Hersh’s New Yorker extensive 9-page report,”The Redirection: Is the Administration’s new policy benefiting our enemies in the war on terrorism?” In it he would state clearly that:
“To undermine Iran, which is predominantly Shiite, the Bush Administration has decided, in effect, to reconfigure its priorities in the Middle East. In Lebanon, the Administration has coöperated with Saudi Arabia’s government, which is Sunni, in clandestine operations that are intended to weaken Hezbollah, the Shiite organization that is backed by Iran. The U.S. has also taken part in clandestine operations aimed at Iran and its ally Syria. A by-product of these activities has been the bolstering of Sunni extremist groups that espouse a militant vision of Islam and are hostile to America and sympathetic to Al Qaeda.”
Six years later, it could not be more obvious that indeed, militants aligned to Al Qaeda have been armed, equipped, and unleashed in an unprecedented wave of US-terror
#983339 Sep 15, 2013
In the three days since President Barack Obama delivered a nationally televised speech backing off from his threat to carry out an imminent—and illegal—military strike against Syria in favor of pursuing a “diplomatic path,” it has become increasingly evident that the main purpose of this path in Washington’s eyes is to pave a new road to war.
Internationally isolated, confronting overwhelming popular opposition at home and facing the prospect of a defeat on an authorization of the use of military force resolution in both houses of Congress, the Obama administration opted to publicly embrace the proposal of the Russian government for Syria’s chemical disarmament, hoping that the process would create a new pretext for war.
An insight into the thinking of Washington and its allies was provided by Poland’s foreign minister, who had publicly proposed a disarmament process in a newspaper interview last month and discussed the issue with Kerry the day before the US Secretary of State broached it in an answer to a question at a London news conference Monday as to whether there was any way that a US attack could be forestalled.
In an interview with the Financial Times of London, Polish Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski stressed that the chemical weapons agreement had to be concretized through a United Nations Security Council resolution that would “detail the plan, and also give the authorisation to use force if anybody cheats.”
With such a resolution, he continued,“…we get clear legal sanction for a strike if they breach their commitments.”
Given the opposition of Russia to any resolution authorizing military action against Syria and its veto power on the Security Council, Sikorski put the odds at getting a workable international agreement on the chemical weapons at “less than 50 per cent.”
But he added that “if, in the end, Russia doesn’t agree to a forceful resolution, we will have been sure that we have waited for the [UN weapons] inspectors’ report, we have given peace a chance, and therefore the case [for war] will be stronger to make before either the British or the American parliament.”
In other words, the pretense of “giving peace a chance” is designed to manufacture a better case for war.
France, which was the only country that indicated it was prepared to join the US in a war of aggression against Syria, has already drafted a resolution on Syrian chemical weapons for presentation to the Security Council. Reports indicate that the draft imposes accelerated and unrealistic deadlines and the threat that if Syria fails to meet them it will be subject to military attack, sanctioned under Chapter 7 of the UN Charter—the same authorization used to sanction the US-NATO war on Libya.
The French resolution would require that the Syrian government provide a full accounting of all chemical weapons and related facilities within 15 days, while the Chemical Weapons Convention, which the Assad regime signed this week, allows 60 days to make such an accounting.
The draft demands that the Syrian government “allow immediate, unconditional and unrestricted access to any and all areas, facilities, equipment, records and means of transport.” Some reports have gone so far as to suggest that thousands of foreign troops would have to be deployed inside Syria to protect chemical weapons once they are turned over to international personnel.
French Foreign Ministry spokesman Philippe Lalliot said Friday that his government is not willing to allow Syrian disarmament to proceed through the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, the body in charge of upholding the chemical weapons treaty.
Under the organization’s standards, cataloguing the Syrian weapons could take months and to even begin dismantling them could take up to two years, according to French estimates.
“It’s a time frame that is much longer than we expect,” Lalliot said.“If there were any breaches, they would need to be punished, otherwise resolutions would have no sense.”
#983340 Sep 15, 2013
Top secret memo reveals Saudi Arabia sending death-row inmates to fight Assad in Syria A top secret memo has revealed that the Saudi Kingdom sent death-row inmates, sentenced to execution by decapitation, to Syria to fight against the Syrian government in exchange for commuting their sentences.
According to the memo, written by the Ministry of Interior in Saudi Arabia dated on April 17, 2012, the Saudi Kingdom negotiated with a total of 1239 inmates, offering them a full pardon and a monthly salary for their families in exchange for their training in order to send them to fight in Syria.
The memo was signed by Abdullah bin Ali al-Rmezan, the "Director of follow up in Ministry of Interior", the Assyrian International News Agency reported.
According to the memo, there have been the nationals of Yemenis, Palestinians, Saudis, Sudanese, Syrians, Jordanians, Somalis, Afghanis, Egyptians, Pakistanis, Iraqis, and Kuwaitis among the inmates.
There have been 23 Iraqi prisoners.
A former member of the Iraqi parliament, speaking on condition of anonymity, confirmed the authenticity of the document and said most of the Iraqi prisoners in Saudi Arabia sent to Syria returned to Iraq and admitted that they had agreed to the deal offered by the Saudi Kingdom, and requested the Iraqi government to petition the Saudi government to release their families, who were being held hostage in Saudi Arabia.
Yemeni nationals who were sent to Syria also returned to Yemen and asked their government to secure the release of their families, according to the former Iraqi MP, who said there are many more documents in this regard.
Initially Saudi Arabia denied the existence of the program. But the testimony of the released prisoners forced the Saudi government to admit, in private circles, its existence.
#983341 Sep 15, 2013
Written by Margaret Kimberly on the Black Agenda Report.
There was no battle__but had there been Russia would have been the loser of at least one and more likely two of it's warships for starters. That nation is so fkn far behind the US in warring technology that it makes Putin's bowing up jokish and signals that traitorous right wing racist losers such as yourself are completely lost on the subject.
You should really stop stealing the written work of others__really you should.
#983342 Sep 15, 2013
Our war weary, foreign policy genius, community organizer has been steward to our seeing an imperfect but still allied and stable Egypt unravel to the muslims. A once stable but imperfect Libya under Ghadafi now in turmoil and in the hands of muslims. Iraq now unstable as a result of our resources being removed from the country and fighting taking place amongst muslims. Pakistan, a nuclear power and an ally now on the fence in our relations due to huge screw ups by the Obama Administration executing the surge in Afghanistan, which by the way has resulted in a large American death toll and the taliban muslims even more influential and effective in their resistance against US military presence. Now I understand the comment, "tell Vladimir I can be more flexible after the election", which obviously meant that he would assist Russia back to the forefront of world leadership while Barry postures the US as leading from behind. Meanwhile, if we add up all the time our war weary president has played golf since taking office, it would total just short of 6 months worth of 40 hour weeks on the course. This does not include the time spent campaigning, vacationing, or playing some basketball. By every objective measure this President has been mediocre at best or just a flat out failure that has put our country in a very poor light with the rest of the world and our traditional allies. He's not focused on anything other then himself, and there are still citizens who are enamored by his BS. Pathetic!
Since: May 11
#983343 Sep 15, 2013
Yet another racial slur.
Why can't you f*cking dumbasses post without using racial slurs.
#983344 Sep 15, 2013
Can you post without f-bombs?
#983345 Sep 15, 2013
Assad still in power able to use Russian supplied guns and bombs to continue killing men, women, and children. New credibility as the leader of Syria with the world as a result, not to mention the new world power, Russia. Iran is still rapidly enriching uranium and claiming they will destroy Israel. For the moment, we have strike capability from Afghanistan, but we are losing bad there to the rebel taliban all over the country. All this thanks to our president and our State Department starting with Hillary, who was a useless wanderlust during her tenure. If it wasn't for the danger our country has been placed in by this administration, it would all seem like a big joke. Remember people, our government is a reflection of the people that we are as a country. I have faced the enemy only to discover that all along it was me!
#983346 Sep 15, 2013
Would you be happier if Eed replaced the word "boy" with "incompetent" in both places?
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