Jim

Jonesborough, TN

#5472 Sep 13, 2012
I guess Fox News hasn't heard that it was an attack from Al Qaeda sympathizers and not just Egyptian or Libyans Muslims mad about some stupid youtube video.

Maybe they have access to the real news.
Reality Bites

Abingdon, VA

#5473 Sep 13, 2012
Jim wrote:
I guess Fox News hasn't heard that it was an attack from Al Qaeda sympathizers and not just Egyptian or Libyans Muslims mad about some stupid youtube video.
Maybe they have access to the real news.
Either way , 4 Americans sadly lost their lives on American soil and we currently have a president who supported this uprising ( Arab Spring ) and now can't decide if Egypt is an Ally or not.

Talk about real news , right.

http://www.youtube.com/watch...

And this is from MSNBC of all things.

Was it worth it? Well, that is a good question considering Barack Hussein Obama ignited and then supported the Arab Spring?

This whole thing will not end well.
Ben Grimm

Richmond, VA

#5474 Sep 13, 2012
Reality Bites wrote:
<quoted text>
Either way , 4 Americans sadly lost their lives on American soil and we currently have a president who supported this uprising ( Arab Spring ) and now can't decide if Egypt is an Ally or not.
Talk about real news , right.
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
And this is from MSNBC of all things.
Was it worth it? Well, that is a good question considering Barack Hussein Obama ignited and then supported the Arab Spring?
This whole thing will not end well.
and just where were you when Bush was nation building in that mess in Iraq that it took Obama to fix and finally get us out of that. Oh sure you give your guy the a chance but go right to the blame as soon as someone else steps in.
Jerry

Jonesborough, TN

#5475 Sep 14, 2012
Reality Bites wrote:
<quoted text>
Either way , 4 Americans sadly lost their lives on American soil and we currently have a president who supported this uprising ( Arab Spring ) and now can't decide if Egypt is an Ally or not.
Talk about real news , right.
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
And this is from MSNBC of all things.
Was it worth it? Well, that is a good question considering Barack Hussein Obama ignited and then supported the Arab Spring?
This whole thing will not end well.
As an American, Obama (and most of us) supported freedom of the people to make a choice of their own government. A freedom of choice.
Libertarian

Charlottesville, VA

#5476 Sep 14, 2012
I might run again in 2014
Michael Kennedy

Netherlands

#5477 Sep 14, 2012
I always write myself in, I AM AWESOME!!!!!!!!
Reality Bites

Abingdon, VA

#5478 Sep 14, 2012
Hoax Change wrote:
Obama Admits He Lost Egypt as American Ally
"In a stunning admission a media currently obsessed with manufacturing a gaffe for Romney can hardly bring itself to report, President Obama made a tacit admission yesterday that he has lost Egypt as an American ally:
President Obama says the U.S. would no longer consider the Egyptian government an ally,“but we don’t consider them an enemy.”
How's that "Arab Spring" thingey working out for Obama ?
4 Americans killed by camel jockeys . I hope the responsible mus slim scum rot in hell.
But Obama must be off to Vegas for a fundraiser and to campaign.
Leading from behind as usual.
May be the reason he can't and won't attend security briefings since he has skipped well over half of them in the last 1225 days in office.
"According to the White House calendar, there is no public record of President Barack Obama attending his daily intelligence briefing--known as the Presidential Daily Brief (PDB)--in the week leading up to the attacks on the U.S. embassy in Cairo and the murder of U.S. Libyan Ambassador Chris Stevens and three American members of his staff:
According to a recent study by the Government Accountability Institute, Mr. Obama has only attended 43.8 percent of his Presidential Daily Briefs in the first 1,225 days of his Administration.
Can one only imagine the outrage from the libs if this dereliction of duty was reported about Bush ?
But since it's Obama , not a peep , in their and the lamestream media , Obama can do no wrong.
The American people are waking up to this failure occupying the White House.
Obama says they ain't...an ally

Obama's State department says they are...an ally



Who the hell knows what this administration's policy is . Damn evident they can't agree or worse , don't know.

Even Jimmy Carter had to correct Obama on this one.

"Former President Jimmy Carter had a quick correction for President Barack Obama on Thursday during a speech at Drake University in Des Moines.

“Egypt is an ally of the US. We know Egypt well,” Carter said in response to a question on the subject, Fox News reports.

Obama had said on Wednesday:“I don’t think that we would consider them an ally, but we do not consider them an enemy.”

You good libs might want to get your policy straight if that's possible.

Clueless on display.
Graydog

Charlottesville, VA

#5479 Sep 15, 2012
Bites, when did good right wingers start listening to Carter?
Jimmy C

United States

#5480 Sep 15, 2012
Reality Bites wrote:
<quoted text>
Obama says they ain't...an ally
Obama's State department says they are...an ally

Even Jimmy Carter had to correct Obama on this one.
"Former President Jimmy Carter had a quick correction for President Barack Obama on Thursday during a speech at Drake University in Des Moines.
“Egypt is an ally of the US. We know Egypt well,” Carter said in response to a question on the subject, Fox News reports.
Obama had said on Wednesday:“I don’t think that we would consider them an ally, but we do not consider them an enemy.
You good libs might want to get your policy straight if that's possible.
Clueless on display.
This Obama feller always handles things the same as me.

He had a brain fart on this one.
Wishful thinking

Raven, VA

#5481 Sep 15, 2012
Comparing President Obama to Jimmy Carter? Maybe the rabble that instigated the attacks on the Americans in the Mideast,will want more than an i-phone for a reward??? Caged birds do sing!
Marvel

Jonesborough, TN

#5482 Sep 15, 2012
You people do realize that the Egyptian government that we have been friends with was overthrown. The new government has not been there long enough for us to know if they are going to be friendly to us or an enemy to us. What about that do you not understand. Obama was right. They are neither a friend or a foe at this point, we are waiting to see.
Cutter

United States

#5483 Sep 15, 2012
Ain't what obamas own state department said

Ally according to state department

“Obama is a LIAR”

Since: Oct 10

Location hidden

#5484 Sep 17, 2012
If Obama was to win another term , can you only imagine the mess he will inherit from the last President.

That would be himself.

Can and will Obama blame himself or keep blaming everyone else ?

Just an observation
Reality Bites

Abingdon, VA

#5485 Sep 17, 2012
Oldies wrote:
If Obama was to win another term , can you only imagine the mess he will inherit from the last President.
That would be himself.
Can and will Obama blame himself or keep blaming everyone else ?
Just an observation
"Can and will Obama blame himself or keep blaming everyone else ?"

NO !!!!

LMAO

Great observation.
Doubtful

United States

#5486 Sep 17, 2012
Oldies wrote:
If Obama was to win another term , can you only imagine the mess he will inherit from the last President.
That would be himself.
Can and will Obama blame himself or keep blaming everyone else ?
Just an observation
Good question.

Doubt he would though

Funny stuff
Say what

Raven, VA

#5487 Sep 17, 2012
I gather the Arabs are sending a clear message,that they don't want Americans on their soil,fighting,pillaging,destro ying period.Why would it be limited to Obama and Democrats? Republicans are the main ones that are ready to go "duckhunting" in the Midaeast,as they have that great taste for oil,money,and blood!Hee,hee,hee.
Ben Grimm

Richmond, VA

#5488 Sep 17, 2012
Oldies wrote:
If Obama was to win another term , can you only imagine the mess he will inherit from the last President.
That would be himself.
Can and will Obama blame himself or keep blaming everyone else ?
Just an observation
Well if Romney wins which polls show he won't. He is already blaming Obama for everything even things that Bush and Reagan done. Romney will finish off the economy. I know you guys on the right want to believe Obama failed but the truth is he has been a success if you go by the facts. Yes things are bad but his action saved this country from another depression. We still have a car industry. The economy is on the right path. We are safer now than we ever were in the 8 years of Bush. who by the way did apologize tot he middle east in 2008. Maybe Romney can't Bush and Obama apart that is why he is so sure Obama failed since Bush was a complete failure.
BarefootFreddie

Charlottesville, VA

#5489 Sep 17, 2012
The Wall Street Journal's Market Watch ran a report this week titled, "Obama spending binge never happened," which showed that federal spending is actually rising at the slowest pace since Dwight Eisenhower was president. At the same time, we've made strategic investments in the things we need to build an economy meant to last, like education, innovation, and clean energy. But that hasn't stopped Romney and his Republican allies from using ridiculous and laughable terms -- like "spending inferno" -- to describe the President's fiscal management.
Slowest spending in decades

Annualized growth of federal spending

Reagan 1982-1985 8.7%
Reagan 1986-1989 4.9
Bush I 1990-1993 5.4
Clinton 1994-1997 3.2
Clinton 1998-2001 3.9
Bush II 2002-2005 7.3
Bush II 2006-2009 8.1 (2009 stimulus re-assigned to Obama)
Obama 2010-2013 1.4

The debt is due to lack of revenue for spending is down under President Obama.

Much of our debt is from interest due on the debt ran up under President Bush, and the 2 wars started and unfunded under President Bush.

Stats show Mr Romney would likely increase the debt rather than reduce it....
BarefootFreddie

Charlottesville, VA

#5490 Sep 17, 2012
President Obama:
Was born in Hawaii to a mixed race family;

was raised by a single parent;

Saw and lived in a foreign culture for a few years;

Returned to Hawaii while his mother studied and completed a course in anthropology;

His family was so poor, they lived on food stamps.

Won a scholarship too Punahou private school.

He Read More... studied at 2 Ivy League Universities.

Majored in constitutional law;

Was the top of his class on graduation;

Turned down million dollar job offers to work with the poor, disposed, dispossessed and disenfranchised, for a pittance;

Became a constitutional Professor;
State senator,
Senator,

Has a loving highly gifted wife and well adjusted children;

Has just paid off his first house;

Has a net worth of 8.6 million dollars;

Is the first president to pay for renovating the living quarters in the White House out of his own pocket and returned the amount allotted for this to every president, back to the treasury;

Has tried to govern from the middle, much to the chagrin of the left base;

Has adopted Republican ideas when he saw value in them only to have the Republicans obstruct even their own ideas;

He has an outstanding list of accomplishments and successes as President and is too humble to beat his own drum about them;

Has gone from poverty to President;

He turned the economy around from record net job losses in the last 3 quarters of 2008 to 26 months of job creation, through his foresight and in spite unparalleled obstruction by those avowed to destroy his presidency, even if it meant destroying the economy and shattering real people’s lives.

He reactivated the CIA team that was disbanded in 2006, which lead to the demise of Osama.

He kept his promise that if he was found in Pakistan he’d go after him and made the correct gutsy call.

He saved the Auto Industry, 1.14 million jobs in it and a further 2 million that depend on it, that Mitt wants the credit for now.

Obama is the consummate success story and he pulled himself up by his own boot straps and the knowledge of who he is tears the Republican Party apart--
BearDroppings

United States

#5491 Sep 17, 2012
BarefootFreddie wrote:
The Wall Street Journal's Market Watch ran a report this week titled, "Obama spending binge never happened," which showed that federal spending is actually rising at the slowest pace since Dwight Eisenhower was president. At the same time, we've made strategic investments in the things we need to build an economy meant to last, like education, innovation, and clean energy. But that hasn't stopped Romney and his Republican allies from using ridiculous and laughable terms -- like "spending inferno" -- to describe the President's fiscal management.
Slowest spending in decades
Annualized growth of federal spending
Reagan 1982-1985 8.7%
Reagan 1986-1989 4.9
Bush I 1990-1993 5.4
Clinton 1994-1997 3.2
Clinton 1998-2001 3.9
Bush II 2002-2005 7.3
Bush II 2006-2009 8.1 (2009 stimulus re-assigned to Obama)
Obama 2010-2013 1.4
The debt is due to lack of revenue for spending is down under President Obama.
Much of our debt is from interest due on the debt ran up under President Bush, and the 2 wars started and unfunded under President Bush.
Stats show Mr Romney would likely increase the debt rather than reduce it....
Careful the Right hates facts. They have to come up with new lies to combat facts, and that takes too much time away from doing what they do best. Hateing the President.

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