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Yeah

Honolulu, HI

#975118 Sep 3, 2013
Whatever wrote:
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Idiot Yeah doesn't think the American voter should have a say.
Tell your congressman your vote on the Syrian war.
That's your belief son....
Yeah

Honolulu, HI

#975119 Sep 3, 2013
Whatever wrote:
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*Yawn* you are still bad at this.
lol! You're not even good enough to be considered 'bad' son!
Yeah

Honolulu, HI

#975121 Sep 3, 2013
Fenris the Big Bad Wolf wrote:
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Who's "we", dumbdave? Do you have a chimp turd in your pocket?
lol! I'm still looking for white doggie coat fen phen!
WOW

Bronx, NY

#975122 Sep 3, 2013
THE GLOBAL LEFTISTS KILL BABIES NOW Caveman Credibility and its Costs: Bombing in the Name of Democracy. Triggering a Humanitarian Disaster in Syria,Sending a bunch of $3 million missiles into Syria to blow stuff up will kill a great many men, women, and children directly. It will also kill a great many people indirectly, as violence escalates in response — an established pattern recognized even by the war-promoting Washington Post.

Refugees are fleeing Syria in greater numbers as a result of the U.S. government’s threat to send in missiles. The refugees have all sorts of opinions of their government, but by many accounts they overwhelmingly oppose foreign missile strikes — a position on which they agree with a large majority in the United States.

Not only is President Obama’s proposal guaranteed to make things worse, but it risks making things dramatically worse, with threats of retaliation now coming from Syria, Iran, and Russia. The U.S. media is already describing the proposed missile strikes as “retaliatory,” even though the United States hasn’t been attacked. Imagine what the pressure will be in Washington to actually retaliate if violence leads, as it so often does, to more violence. Imagine the enthusiasm for a broader war, in Washington and Jerusalem, if Iran retaliates. Risking a major war, no matter how slim you think the chance is, ought to be done only for some incredibly important reason.
Liberals Want war and destruction Sending a bunch of $3 million missiles into Syria to blow stuff up will kill a great many men, women, and children directly. It will also kill a great many people indirectly, as violence escalates in response — an established pattern recognized even by the war-promoting Washington Post.

Refugees are fleeing Syria in greater numbers as a result of the U.S. government’s threat to send in missiles. The refugees have all sorts of opinions of their government, but by many accounts they overwhelmingly oppose foreign missile strikes — a position on which they agree with a large majority in the United States.
Yeah

Honolulu, HI

#975123 Sep 3, 2013
John Galt wrote:
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How do we know which side, if any, released the chemical weapons?
Kerry received his hair and blood samples from the Al Qaeda rebels.
So true. After all, in iraq, "How do we know which side, if any, released the chemical weapons?..."

“It's always darkest 'fore dawn”

Since: Jul 08

When's dawn?

#975124 Sep 3, 2013
John Galt wrote:
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...and following the Newtown tragedy, towns like Newtown and states like Connecticut have done absolutely nothing to provide defense for soft targets like schools.
That's a lie--no matter where you heard it or how many times you repeat it.
Dem O Whiner

New York, NY

#975125 Sep 3, 2013
leosnana wrote:
<quoted text>Twenty babies were shot numerous times and locations in Newtown, and you stupid, racist, guns-for-gonads condumbs used it to raise money for NRA candidates. Do you even know half of what you say any more?
You tell them. Now, if the 20 babies were killed by abortion, that'd be different. We Democrats would make sure tax dollars paid for the murders.
Yeah

Honolulu, HI

#975126 Sep 3, 2013
Whatever wrote:
New word for war is Humanitarian Assistance.
So much kinder to kill by bombs than CW
isn't that what the bushie boy supporters said for iraq son?
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#975127 Sep 3, 2013
Realtime wrote:
<quoted text>All people who appear in porno's, refuse to work or wear pants on the ground should be put to death immediately.
Except for Robin Byrd.
...used car dealers are lower than porno actors...

Since: May 11

Gettysburg, PA

#975128 Sep 3, 2013
Whatever wrote:
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They listed Obamacare as a reason for leaving AFL_CIO; none of your ranting changes this!
The point was that you implied it was the major reason. It was not.
WOW

Bronx, NY

#975129 Sep 3, 2013
DEMOCRATIC GLOBALISTS MURDERERS The U.S. government has admitted to using white phosphorous and new types of napalm as weapons against Iraqis. The best way to discourage that behavior is not to bomb Washington.

The U.S. government has used chemical weapons against “its own people”(always far more outrageous in the eyes of the U.S. media than killing someone else’s people) from the military’s assault on veterans in the Bonus Army to the FBI’s assault on a religious cult in Waco, Texas. The best way to discourage this behavior is not to bomb Washington.

The U.S. could also stop supporting the use of chemical weapons by certain nations, including Iraq’s use of chemical weapons against Iranians. The U.S. could sign onto and support the International Criminal Court. And the U.S. could abandon its role as top weapons supplier to the world and leading war-maker on earth. Less war means less use of all weapons, including various internationally sanctioned weapons that the United States both uses and exports, such as cluster bombs and depleted uranium.

Obama’s intention to “disrupt,”“prevent,” and “degrade” can be taken seriously only at the risk of much higher casualties, as sending missiles into supplies of chemical weapons is extremely risky
Whatever

Gering, NE

#975130 Sep 3, 2013
WOW wrote:
THE GARBAGE LEFTISTS GLOBALISTS LIBERALS On the lower end of the spectrum of leftist failure on Syria sits the International Socialist Organization (ISO)... Every head of state that is targeted by the U.S. government must be portrayed as an inspiring “Hitler,” since attacking a nation led by “Hitler” is, of course, a “good” thing to do.
The Left's infamous straw man argument.
Whatever

Gering, NE

#975131 Sep 3, 2013
Yeah wrote:
<quoted text>That's your belief son....
Idiot Yeah doesn't think the American voter should have a say.
Tell your congressman your vote on the Syrian war.
Dem O Whiner

New York, NY

#975132 Sep 3, 2013
John Galt wrote:
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...and following the Newtown tragedy, towns like Newtown and states like Connecticut have done absolutely nothing to provide defense for soft targets like schools.
We New York liberals like to ban guns for law abiding citizens and keep the police from finding guns on thugs, because that is "racial profiling."

Meanwhile, since Spring 2013 16 children have been shot with guns in New York City, most recently a 1 year old was shot in the head. None of the shooters belonged to the NRA. None of the guns were legal.

16 children, four more and we've caught up with Newtown in less than a year.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/09/02/boy-...
WOW

Bronx, NY

#975133 Sep 3, 2013
THE PHONY OBAMA AND THE GLOBALISTS LEFTISTS LIBERAL CREDIBILITY: LA COSA NOSTRA

The purpose of missile strikes, according to the corporate U.S. media is, of course, not the reduction of chemical weapons use, but the maintenance of “credibility.”

We don’t all teach our children that when they disagree with another child on the playground they must either murder that child or lose their credibility. But our televisions and newspapers feed that type of message to us nonetheless, through news about the next possible war. Julie Pace of the Associated Press warns:

“For more than a week, the White House had been barreling toward imminent military action against Syria. But President Barack Obama’s abrupt decision to instead ask Congress for permission left him with a high-risk gamble that could devastate his credibility if no action is ultimately taken in response to a deadly chemical weapons attack that crossed his own ‘red line’.”

And here I would have thought that bombing countries in the name of “democracy” against the will of an overwhelming majority at home was costing our government what little credibility it might have had. Didn’t Britain gain in credibility when its Parliament represented its people and said “No” to war on Syria? Doesn’t that step do more for the image of democracy in Western Asia than a decade of destabilizing Iraq has done? Couldn’t the U.S. government do more for democracy by leaving Syria alone and dropping its support for brutal governments in Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Bahrain, Egypt, Israel, etc.?
John Galt

Temecula, CA

#975134 Sep 3, 2013
Del. ELEANOR HOLMES NORTON (D-DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA): I happen to believe there has to be a response. I do, I do believe in crimes against humanity need to be addressed, and I am, I can’t believe that the only way to address it is a slight bombing which will somehow punish somebody or deter somebody. I don’t know if there’s some way other than a military way to address this.

BILL PRESS, HOST: You’re kind to join us this morning, Congresswoman. Let me just ask you one final question before we let you go. If, as you said, if the vote were held today, the president would probably not win it. If he doesn’t win it, a week from now, do you think the president will be justified in taking action on his own, you know, unilaterally with Congress having voted against it?

HOLMES NORTON: No, oh boy, no. I think it’ll be like the red line trap. He said if the red line you cross it. I think once you say, "I’m going to Congress," you can’t say,“Okay, I’m going to do it anyway.”

PRESS: Yeah, yeah, I don’t…

HOLMES NORTON: So I think he’ll be in real trouble if he then does it anyway. No president has done that.

PRESS: It’s not an easy decision for any of you, Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton.

HOLMES NORTON: Oh, and I’d like to say, Bill, that if he gets saved at all, I think it’ll be because, it’ll be because of loyalty of Democrats. They just don’t want to see him shamed and humiliated on the national stage.

PRESS: Yeah, right.

HOLMES NORTON: At the, at the moment, that’s the only reason I would vote for it if I could vote on it.
WOW

Bronx, NY

#975135 Sep 3, 2013
LEFTISTS GLOBALISTS AGENDA THE LAW PROBLEM

And shouldn’t a credible enforcer of the rule of law obey the law? Under no possible conception is it legal for the United States to send missiles into Syria. The Kellogg-Briand Pact bans any such action. The most common excuse for ignoring that ban is the U.N. Charter and its loopholes for wars (wars that are defensive or U.N.-authorized). A U.S. attack on Syria is not defensive, and the White House isn’t seriously pretending it is. A U.S. attack on Syria is not U.N. authorized, and the White House isn’t pretending it is or pursuing such authorization in any way. Other U.S. wars carried out in violation of these laws have put up a pretense of internationalism by cajoling some other countries to help out in minimal ways. In this case, that isn’t happening. President Obama is proposing to uphold international norms through an action that the international community of nations is against. France looks like the only possible, and at this point unlikely, partner — not counting al Qaeda, of course.

A president also cannot go to war without Congress. So, it is encouraging that President Obama has now suggested he will try to rise to the standard of George W. Bush and bother to lie to Congress before launching a war. But if Congress were to say yes, the war would remain illegal under both the U.N. Charter and the Kellogg-Briand Pact. And if Congress were to say no, President Obama has indicated that he might just launch the war anyway.

If you look at the resolution that Obama has proposed that Congress pass, it doesn’t grant permission for a specific limited missile strike on a particular country at a particular time, but for limitless warfare, as long as some connection can be made to weapons of mass destruction in the Syrian conflict. The White House has made clear that it believes this will add exactly nothing to its powers, as it already possesses open-ended authorizations for war in the never-repealed Afghanistan and Iraq authorizations, which themselves added exactly nothing to White House war powers, because the president is given total war power through the Constitution in invisible ink that only the White House can see.
No Surprize

Seminole, FL

#975136 Sep 3, 2013
Yeah wrote:
<quoted text>lol! I'm still looking for white doggie coat fen phen!
With age comes multi-tasking... Yeah Gilligan... can laugh, cough, sneeze, fart, shit and pee all at the same time...

It's the culture...
WOW

Bronx, NY

#975137 Sep 3, 2013
Yeah wrote:
<quoted text>isn't that what the bushie boy supporters said for iraq son?
Obama is a clone of Bushie boy he just uses his dark complextion to get over thats what the CFR and the BILDBERGS put him in place for hands of he can get away with murder
Yeah

Honolulu, HI

#975138 Sep 3, 2013
John Galt wrote:
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...used car dealers are lower than porno actors...
I've seen businesses that are worse son.

However, since you're for more capitalism, perhaps you'd like to push for deregulation of that market? And while you're at it, add the new car market too!

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