Iraq - The George W. Bush War
Pope Che Reagan Christ I

Taylor, MI

#43 Jun 15, 2014
UdintBuildThat wrote:
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Play another round of golf and not worry about losing Iraq to the terrorists and making oil soar to $110 a barrel. Screw those dumb Americans. It only hurts the low income folks.
Oh wait. Thats what hes doing.
So, what should he do?
They cannot kill a Spook

Taylor, MI

#44 Jun 15, 2014
Pope Che Reagan Christ I wrote:
<quoted text>So, what should he do?
Go for 150the per barrel oil. I would love that.
Neutral Party

Prospect, KY

#45 Jun 15, 2014
Pope Che Reagan Christ I wrote:
<quoted text>So, what should he do?
It is what he should have done. You just don't pack up and leave. You prepare both the govt and the military for what the future might bring. Hillary and Barack just wanted to get the hell out of their because, as you libs put it "it was Bush's war" and yet it is directly connected to Afghanistan.

If the govt was incapable or showed bias against a group I would expect the State Dept/Ambassador to address this. As a matter of fact, this was never mentioned during Oblamo's first two years. We just packed up and left with a speech from the messiah telling us how good he is.

Now we are in a reactionary position that the next POTUS is likely to have to deal with either domestically (more terror on US soil) or in foreign relations as the middle east deteriorates. And the effect on the economy will be felt as this will effect oil and other commodities.

This is just another example of Oblamo being in over his head. And again, the USA and the world suffers .

And I sure as hell hope you are not in mgmt. if you do have a job. You ask some very clueless questions that make you appear to be unable to see what is in front of you. Good luck, you'll need it.
d pantz

Taylor, MI

#46 Jun 15, 2014
Well if you are gonna pack up and leave stick to it
Pope Che Reagan Christ I

Medina, OH

#47 Jun 15, 2014
Neutral Party wrote:
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It is what he should have done. You just don't pack up and leave. You prepare both the govt and the military for what the future might bring. Hillary and Barack just wanted to get the hell out of their because, as you libs put it "it was Bush's war" and yet it is directly connected to Afghanistan.
If the govt was incapable or showed bias against a group I would expect the State Dept/Ambassador to address this. As a matter of fact, this was never mentioned during Oblamo's first two years. We just packed up and left with a speech from the messiah telling us how good he is.
Now we are in a reactionary position that the next POTUS is likely to have to deal with either domestically (more terror on US soil) or in foreign relations as the middle east deteriorates. And the effect on the economy will be felt as this will effect oil and other commodities.
This is just another example of Oblamo being in over his head. And again, the USA and the world suffers .
And I sure as hell hope you are not in mgmt. if you do have a job. You ask some very clueless questions that make you appear to be unable to see what is in front of you. Good luck, you'll need it.
So we should have continued to pour treasure and blood into Iraq? That isn't a very fiscally conservative approach, now is it?

“animis opibusque parati”

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#48 Jun 15, 2014
http://ibloga.blogspot.com/2014/06/everyone-a...

Everyone aware that the Americans have now barricaded themselves inside the US Embassy in Baghdad?

Since: Aug 12

Lithonia, GA

#49 Jun 15, 2014
Pope Che Reagan Christ I wrote:
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So we should have continued to pour treasure and blood into Iraq? That isn't a very fiscally conservative approach, now is it?
If upChuck Schumer and the democrats hadnt been complete dumbasses in reference to Iraqi oil, then Americans could've been buying cheap oil from them instead of the Chinese now buying it from them!

Stupid MFers.

Since: Aug 12

Lithonia, GA

#50 Jun 15, 2014
But Democrat Greed screwed over Americans yet again.

Since: Oct 10

Location hidden

#51 Jun 15, 2014
-tip- wrote:
http://ibloga.blogspot.com/201 4/06/everyone-aware-that-ameri cans-have-now.html
Everyone aware that the Americans have now barricaded themselves inside the US Embassy in Baghdad?
Yes, and aerial surveillence shows Russian armourment massing on the borders of Urkraine. Again. Iran helping out the militants in Iraq. Anyone notice that? It's folly to believe that Russia and possibly China are not going to join in this and it quickly become nuclear.

Our allies aren't going to help us. Obama has insulted them and weakened us. That was his mission.

Wonder what cities they will drop nukes on first? East Coast will be toast for sure.

So, wide rider's back from hiding. So much for time spent at the fat farm.
Neutral Party

Prospect, KY

#52 Jun 15, 2014
Pope Che Reagan Christ I wrote:
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So we should have continued to pour treasure and blood into Iraq? That isn't a very fiscally conservative approach, now is it?
Both the Bush and Obama Presidency's did little to prepare the govt in my view. As for the military, if we'd turned them loose there wouldn't have been near as much US blood and a lot more terrorist blood.

As for your reference to a fiscally conservative approach, let's start at home. We have generational welfare, people who haven't worked in years and we continue to feed, house, provide healthcare and a lot more. No US citizen should go hungry or go without necessities. However, each citizen has an obligation to carry their own weight if capable.
Neutral Party

Prospect, KY

#53 Jun 15, 2014
Seriouslady wrote:
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Yes, and aerial surveillence shows Russian armourment massing on the borders of Urkraine. Again. Iran helping out the militants in Iraq. Anyone notice that? It's folly to believe that Russia and possibly China are not going to join in this and it quickly become nuclear.
Our allies aren't going to help us. Obama has insulted them and weakened us. That was his mission.
Wonder what cities they will drop nukes on first? East Coast will be toast for sure.
So, wide rider's back from hiding. So much for time spent at the fat farm.
Dang SL, I hope your wrong about this blowing up but because the US is such a weak leader worldwide I share your concern.

Really if Russia is going to do anything it will be in the next two years. This is so similar to when Iran took the hostages in the 70's as they too saw the US as weak. Problem is we don't have a Reagan in the wings.
Neutral Party

Prospect, KY

#54 Jun 15, 2014
You have to admit someone in the Oblamo administration caught on after Benghazi and is evacuating the embassy in Iraq. I bet the families of those 4 killed due to the incompetence of our govt wish the amateurs in charge didn't have to learn on their account.
Neutral Party

Prospect, KY

#55 Jun 15, 2014
And despite the crisis in the middle east Oblamo found time to play a round of golf in Palm Springs.

I bet those losing their homes due to being unemployed for years, or those that have run out of unemployment payments or those that have run out of food stamps because they haven't worked are not near as concerned about Oblamo's golf outing.

The man is nearing in on 180 rounds of golf since taking office. This man has spent more time working on his putting than the economy.

Worst President in US history, Barack Hussein Obama.
Pope Che Reagan Christ I

Medina, OH

#56 Jun 15, 2014
Neutral Party wrote:
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Both the Bush and Obama Presidency's did little to prepare the govt in my view. As for the military, if we'd turned them loose there wouldn't have been near as much US blood and a lot more terrorist blood.
As for your reference to a fiscally conservative approach, let's start at home. We have generational welfare, people who haven't worked in years and we continue to feed, house, provide healthcare and a lot more. No US citizen should go hungry or go without necessities. However, each citizen has an obligation to carry their own weight if capable.
Nice dodge. The Iraq invasion was a boondoggle. Thousands of lives and billions of dollars wasted. Nothing is better than the day we went in there.
Pope Che Reagan Christ I

Medina, OH

#57 Jun 15, 2014
Seriouslady wrote:
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Yes, and aerial surveillence shows Russian armourment massing on the borders of Urkraine. Again. Iran helping out the militants in Iraq. Anyone notice that? It's folly to believe that Russia and possibly China are not going to join in this and it quickly become nuclear.
Our allies aren't going to help us. Obama has insulted them and weakened us. That was his mission.
Wonder what cities they will drop nukes on first? East Coast will be toast for sure.
So, wide rider's back from hiding. So much for time spent at the fat farm.
Most idiotic post of the last two years.

“Queen of my domain”

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#58 Jun 15, 2014
Poop Che Reeks of It wrote:
<quoted text>Most idiotic post of the last two years.
How is this idiotic:

"Yes, and aerial surveillence shows Russian armourment massing on the borders of Urkraine. Again. Iran helping out the militants in Iraq. Anyone notice that? It's folly to believe that Russia and possibly China are not going to join in this and it quickly become nuclear."

She's made an honest assessment, stated an opinion.

It's quite true that Russians have crossed the Ukraine borders. Don't you read the news? This is affecting Poland's economy right now. Many Ukrainians are leaving to work in Poland. Poland is obviously rather nervous about it...think about some of its rather recent (within past 200 years) history...

http://www.forbes.com/sites/alejandrochafuen/...

"Russia taking more control of Ukraine would result in Poland playing the role of border country in some sort of a new Cold War. Additionally, it would support Russian imperial ideas and further weaken its internal liberal forces. Nevertheless, Nowacki argues, the intervention in Crimea helped unite other Ukrainians, which “for the last three months were strongly divided.”

China and Russia are allies.

Also see

http://www.forbes.com/sites/markadomanis/2014...

Or are you too busy in that Lazy Boy to pay attention to the real news? Obama is definitely not handling this situation too well... Pay attention. There could be a real test after all, and you can fail miserably if you don't understand your history.
Neutral Party

Prospect, KY

#59 Jun 15, 2014
Pope Che Reagan Christ I wrote:
<quoted text>Most idiotic post of the last two years.
Although I disagree, I must say at least you took a stand. Usually you have only questions with no opinion, substance or stance.

Since: Aug 12

Atlanta, GA

#60 Jun 15, 2014
Check always stands with the enemy. Wouldn't expect anything less.
Pope Che Reagan Christ I

Medina, OH

#61 Jun 15, 2014
UdintBuildThat wrote:
Check always stands with the enemy. Wouldn't expect anything less.
Putin cheerleaders saying that I stand with the enemy. Classic.
Pope Che Reagan Christ I

Medina, OH

#62 Jun 15, 2014
gokeefe wrote:
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How is this idiotic:
"Yes, and aerial surveillence shows Russian armourment massing on the borders of Urkraine. Again. Iran helping out the militants in Iraq. Anyone notice that? It's folly to believe that Russia and possibly China are not going to join in this and it quickly become nuclear."
She's made an honest assessment, stated an opinion.
It's quite true that Russians have crossed the Ukraine borders. Don't you read the news? This is affecting Poland's economy right now. Many Ukrainians are leaving to work in Poland. Poland is obviously rather nervous about it...think about some of its rather recent (within past 200 years) history...
http://www.forbes.com/sites/alejandrochafuen/...
"Russia taking more control of Ukraine would result in Poland playing the role of border country in some sort of a new Cold War. Additionally, it would support Russian imperial ideas and further weaken its internal liberal forces. Nevertheless, Nowacki argues, the intervention in Crimea helped unite other Ukrainians, which “for the last three months were strongly divided.”
China and Russia are allies.
Also see
http://www.forbes.com/sites/markadomanis/2014...
Or are you too busy in that Lazy Boy to pay attention to the real news? Obama is definitely not handling this situation too well... Pay attention. There could be a real test after all, and you can fail miserably if you don't understand your history.
You aren't going to let her take your title without a fight, are you?

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