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fubar

Garden Grove, CA

#1 Aug 23, 2014
It is time for Obama to take on ISIS IN Iraq. Stop the politics, help the Kurds and try and keep Iraq secular. Al-Malaki the puppet we helped install is gone and there is a chance for a secular Iraq. We broke Iraq and it is now your chance to stop parsing words and act decisively to try and make amends for destabilizing the entire middle east. We need to stop aiding any rebels in Syria and hope that Assaad can regain control of his country. We doomed Iraq by getting rid of Saddam, as anyone with half a brain knew was going to happen. There is still a chance to help them become secular again, and you need to seize this opportunity. The VERY LEAST you should do is save the Kurds.
Defiant1

Deer Park, TX

#2 Aug 23, 2014
fubar wrote:
It is time for Obama to take on ISIS IN Iraq. Stop the politics, help the Kurds and try and keep Iraq secular. Al-Malaki the puppet we helped install is gone and there is a chance for a secular Iraq. We broke Iraq and it is now your chance to stop parsing words and act decisively to try and make amends for destabilizing the entire middle east. We need to stop aiding any rebels in Syria and hope that Assaad can regain control of his country. We doomed Iraq by getting rid of Saddam, as anyone with half a brain knew was going to happen. There is still a chance to help them become secular again, and you need to seize this opportunity. The VERY LEAST you should do is save the Kurds.
Damn. I think hell has finally frozen over. You finally posted something that I can agree with.
Just don't expect much out of Oblamo beyond finger pointing.
Texan

Wichita, KS

#3 Aug 24, 2014
It's sad that you need people like Assaad, and Hussien to keep countries stable. It seems like you have to have despots there, they just don't know how to get along without them. Half a brain, no wonder Bush didn't have a clue.
Defiant1

Deer Park, TX

#4 Aug 24, 2014
Texan wrote:
It's sad that you need people like Assaad, and Hussien to keep countries stable. It seems like you have to have despots there, they just don't know how to get along without them. Half a brain, no wonder Bush didn't have a clue.
Bush and the Congress critters that voted for the invasion of Iraq were totally clueless. That includes the Queen of Benghazi and 28 other Democrats.

The idiots in the Middle East have been killing each other since the day they discovered how to hurl a rock. Nothing has changed. Our stupid government leadership should have known
better.
Texan

Wichita, KS

#5 Aug 24, 2014
That is what happens when you put a bunch of silver spoon fed, educated idiots in the White House, and Congress. Not an ounce of common sense in the whole bunch.
fubar

San Jose, CA

#6 Aug 25, 2014
It is sad that our CIA is so incompetent. The CIA needs a complete overhaul and a change of mission. Most of Congress believed all the BS Fed to them by the administration, there were so many obvious lies told and not enough people willing to do the right thing, both democrat and Republican. The same thing is happening today with Syria, which was a peaceful nation until a few years ago,Assaad is actually the Good guy there.
Texan

Wichita, KS

#7 Aug 25, 2014
The reason the CIA is so incompetent is because, Congress in it's infinate wisdom decided that the CIA needed to be transparant. No black ops, nothing that might not stand the light of day. While I believe in open government, there are things that need to be done that everyone doesn't need to know about. Sad but true, Lies were told to take us into Iraq, and idiots bought into them. Like I said, not an ounce of common sense in the whole bunch. As for Syria being a peaceful nation? Assaad being the good guy? What have you been smoking? Assaad has always been and always will be a murderous tyrant. Unfortunatly that is what is needed unless you want extremist Muslims in charge.
East Texas

Brookshire, TX

#8 Aug 25, 2014
Well you can say one thing President Obama did right was to not support the move against Assaad with air strikes. We would have been supporting ISIS because they were a significant part of the rebels. We need to encourage Iran to support the Kurds.
Texan

Wichita, KS

#9 Aug 25, 2014
Well even a blind hog will find an acorn on occasion.
fubar

San Jose, CA

#10 Aug 27, 2014
Texan wrote:
The reason the CIA is so incompetent is because, Congress in it's infinate wisdom decided that the CIA needed to be transparant. No black ops, nothing that might not stand the light of day. While I believe in open government, there are things that need to be done that everyone doesn't need to know about. Sad but true, Lies were told to take us into Iraq, and idiots bought into them. Like I said, not an ounce of common sense in the whole bunch. As for Syria being a peaceful nation? Assaad being the good guy? What have you been smoking? Assaad has always been and always will be a murderous tyrant. Unfortunatly that is what is needed unless you want extremist Muslims in charge.
People had religious freedom under Assaad and unless you were a religious extremist , life WAS peaceful in Syria. People I know who had been there recently felt safer there , than in pre-Arab spring Egypt or Israel. My uncle had business clients there and felt safer there than Jordan or Lebanon. Syria has traditionally always had a diverse and tolerant population. They also have the best or close to the best ice cream in all the middle east.
Texan

Wichita, KS

#11 Aug 27, 2014
Like I said a murderous tyrant that they fear makes for peace and stability in that part of the world. But you can believe what you want, it's your right.
East Texas

Brookshire, TX

#12 Aug 27, 2014
If religion were to be taken out of the equation then there would be no religious extremists. What excuse would people have to kill each other? Maybe it would be the quest for food sources or water resources or maybe someone's wife, or horse. At least it would be something tangible.
Texan

Wichita, KS

#13 Aug 27, 2014
Religon is tangible to everyone who believes. I personaly can not understand killing in the name of God. Food, water, and a horse I can understand. Well at one time the horse did make sense; it was a hanging offense, because in some cases it could lead to the owners death.
fubar

Garden Grove, CA

#14 Nov 14, 2015
Cruz is on FOX basically promising to bomb not only ISIS but all the people suffering under their control. Here it is not quite even 9 am and Cruz is blaming Obama on FOX , for not defending America from this attack.
fubar

Garden Grove, CA

#15 Nov 14, 2015
I am actually going to lay some blame on Obama too. Assaad is the "Good" guy, stop the BUSH doctrine now. In fact Obama you have coopted the Bush doctrine of regime change and made it your own. If you need to put special forces with the Kurds through the CIA, then do it. Stop the war on Assaad completely, coordinate your bombing of ISIS with the Russians. Give the Turks whatever you have to in order to appease them, so that you can do everything in your power to train, arm and support the Kurds.
fubar

Garden Grove, CA

#16 Nov 14, 2015
OBAMA, this situation has gotten exponentially worse and it is very clear it is completely your responsibility and you need to at least REALLY try and fix it.
NOT liberal

Houston, TX

#17 Nov 14, 2015
the OBAMA (fix)
play more golf
go on vacation
blame it all on someone (anyone) else
fubar

Garden Grove, CA

#18 Nov 14, 2015
NOT liberal wrote:
the OBAMA (fix)
play more golf
go on vacation
blame it all on someone (anyone) else
He didn't cause this, but he certainly has let it fester and get worse. He does need to send in the CIA with the Kurds and figure out how to get them arms.He should talk to Papa Bush and Oliver North, those guys are experienced in arms smuggling already.
SamDamnit

Los Angeles, CA

#19 Nov 14, 2015
Burn em all...
fubar

Garden Grove, CA

#20 Nov 16, 2015
Just imagine , if we had stayed out of Iraq, there would have basically been only Somalia and Afghanistan for these people to hide in. Instead of hiding they now are controlling big chunks of Iraq and Syria.

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