Barack Obama, our next President

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"The road ahead will be long. Our climb will be steep," Obama cautioned. Young and charismatic but with little experience on the national level, Obama smashed through racial barriers and easily defeated ...

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Well, we used to owe allegiance to a country that stood for something, believed in something greater than ourselves and everyone had the same freedoms and opportunities as everyone else. And where the majority and their voice ruled the elected.
I don't owe allegiance to any country that encourages a nanny state, destroys traditional values and elects power hungry elitists and puts them in charge of every aspect of our lives.
Which country do you owe your allegiance?
We have two now, you know.
Yes we have two, one that is real, warts and all and one that you and others have imagined by reading the hard sell glossy histories we feed grade schoolers. You know, the ones that have Washington throwing silver dollars across the Potomac and Lincoln freeing the slaves? Yeah, those are pretty much folk tales; Paul Bunyan wasn't real.
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Now that its certain he will be told "no", baruck odumbo makes it clear he will do it anyway (like a spoiled child). He's getting desperate to bolster his sinking popularity...
CNN
Obama: World cannot stand idly by
"If we are serious about upholding a ban on chemical weapons use, then an international response is required, and that will not come through Security Council action."
But he said he was encouraged by the discussions about Syria in St. Petersburg. "There's a growing recognition that the world cannot stand idly by," Obama said.
The U.S. president showed emotion as he talked of the gassing of more than 1,400 people in Syria, 400 of them children.
"This is not something we fabricated, this is not something we are using as an excuse for military action.... I was elected to end wars, not start them," he said. "But we have to make hard choices when we stand up for things we care about."
So Obama is going to be "The World" battling alone two other super powers.

Words of a Mad Man.
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The world said it when they OK's the Geneva Convention & the UN resolution banning it.
The world knows obama is a liberal mistake and a full blown man made child idiot...

Get the picture, dummy Dave?

It's the culture...

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Hey Fletch, what can I say. I did not know our humble message board had someone who the world focused on the words he spoke.
Wow, what you say is more important than Obama's bumbled red line remark!
"someone who the world focused on the words he spoke"??? Just curious, J/J Owl, do you have a first language? "English on which you spoken ain't not it is."
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The world said it when they OK's the Geneva Convention & the UN resolution banning it.
But Romney having the audacity to call Russia a "geopolitical foe" - was outrageous.

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Well, we used to owe allegiance to a country that stood for something, believed in something greater than ourselves and everyone had the same freedoms and opportunities as everyone else. And where the majority and their voice ruled the elected.
I don't owe allegiance to any country that encourages a nanny state, destroys traditional values and elects power hungry elitists and puts them in charge of every aspect of our lives.
Which country do you owe your allegiance?
We have two now, you know.
The USA, Carol. Since you don't get the f*ck out.

Take your lying, anti-Americam self & move to some other country.
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how did you ever get out of grade school with such poor reading comprehension skills. But it certainly does explain your misinformed opinions and general lack of knowledge of world affairs.
I'm against any strikes on Syria, in fact IMO the best option is to leave Assad in power. This is a religious proxy war between Sunni Saudi Arabia and Shia Iran. Getting involved in a religious war has no good outcomes
unlike conservatives, liberals don't march lock stepped to one spoon fed position. Marching lock step, uttering the same talking points is the culture of the conservatives, neocons and teabaggers. They can't help it they have no critical thinking skills, they've been programmed
Obama is gonna start World War III. What a dumbass! Maybe your brain has been washed one too many times Karma... Karma's

Nostalgia isn't what it used to be.. Karma forever enslaved to her own ignorance and bad choices, trying to cheat life, made living her failed miserable lifestyle, sucking obama's warmongering ass......

Maybe it's your old age Karma or the bleach that has absorbed into your ignorant brain or tattoo ink leaching into your deranged brain, that's making your common sense fade... you idiot...

In the age of information...Your ignorance and running on empty is still a liberls best choice.

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<quoted text> So now you say they are not allies or friends.(Yet Sadam transferred all his WMDs to them?)
What's left?
Enemies?
You are talking yourself in circles there Eman.
You were once again proven to be the fricken moron everyone knows you are.
Only an idiot thinks the only 2 options are friends or enemies. But then, look who I'm dealing with. Iraqi syrian relations began improving in 1997...fact.

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Fenris the Big Bad Wolf wrote:
Now that its certain he will be told "no", baruck odumbo makes it clear he will do it anyway (like a spoiled child). He's getting desperate to bolster his sinking popularity...
CNN
Obama: World cannot stand idly by
"If we are serious about upholding a ban on chemical weapons use, then an international response is required, and that will not come through Security Council action."
But he said he was encouraged by the discussions about Syria in St. Petersburg. "There's a growing recognition that the world cannot stand idly by," Obama said.
The U.S. president showed emotion as he talked of the gassing of more than 1,400 people in Syria, 400 of them children.
"This is not something we fabricated, this is not something we are using as an excuse for military action.... I was elected to end wars, not start them," he said. "But we have to make hard choices when we stand up for things we care about."
So Obama and other liberals thought Saddam didn't gas the Kurds?

Or didn't use them in these other incidences?
Haij Umran, Mustard, August 1983, fewer than 100 Iranian/Kurdish.
Panjwin, Mustard, October–November 1983, 3001 Iranian/Kurdish.
Majnoon Island, Mustard, February–March 1984, 2500 Iranians.
al-Basrah, Tabun, March 1984, 50-100 Iranians.
Hawizah Marsh, Mustard & Tabun, March 1985, 3000 Iranians.
al-Faw, Mustard & Tabun, February 1986, 8000 to 10,000 Iranians.
Um ar-Rasas, Mustard, December 1986, 1000s of Iranians.
al-Basrah, Mustard & Tabun, April 1987, 5000 Iranians.
Sumar/Mehran, Mustard & nerve agent, October 1987, 3000 Iranians.
Halabjah, Mustard & nerve agent, March 1988, 7000 Kurdish/Iranian.
al-Faw, Mustard & nerve agent, April 1988, 1000s of Iranians.
Fish Lake, Mustard & nerve agent, May 1988, 100s to 1000s.
Majnoon Islands, Mustard & nerve agent, June 1988, 100s to 1000s.
South-central border, Mustard & nerve agent, July 1988, 100s to 1000s Iranians.
an-Najaf-Karbala area, Nerve agent & CS, March 1991, Unknown killed.

https://www.cia.gov/library/reports/general-r...

That's the problem with you liberals. Ya'll never do research.

It literally blows my mind to hear so many "bleeding heart liberals" blubbering about human rights in Syria and could have cared less about Iraqis. Just because Bush was the president.
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Is Putin playing Russian Roulette with Obama? PUTIN: Russia Will Help Syria If USA Attacks any Bets?
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<quoted text> So now you say they are not allies or friends.(Yet Sadam transferred all his WMDs to them?)
What's left?
Enemies?
You are talking yourself in circles there Eman.
You were once again proven to be the fricken moron everyone knows you are.


Sorry DumbDave. You take the prize in the moron category. Always have and always will. Quit making stuff up, loser.
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We not only sold him the WMD's we provided the intel where to use them
A review of thousands of declassified government documents and interviews with former policymakers shows that U.S. intelligence and logistical support played a crucial role in shoring up Iraqi defenses against the “human wave” attacks by suicidal Iranian troops. The administrations of Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush authorized the sale to Iraq of numerous items that had both military and civilian applications, including poisonous chemicals and deadly biological viruses, such as anthrax and bubonic plague .
To prevent an Iraqi collapse, the Reagan administration supplied battlefield intelligence on Iranian troop buildups to the Iraqis, sometimes through third parties such as Saudi Arabia. The U.S. tilt toward Iraq was enshrined in National Security Decision Directive 114 of Nov. 26, 1983, one of the few important Reagan era foreign policy decisions that still remains classified. According to former U.S. officials, the directive stated that the United States would do “whatever was necessary and legal” to prevent Iraq from losing the war with Iran.
The presidential directive was issued amid a flurry of reports that Iraqi forces were using chemical weapons in their attempts to hold back the Iranians. In principle, Washington was strongly opposed to chemical warfare, a practice outlawed by the 1925 Geneva Protocol. In practice, U.S. condemnation of Iraqi use of chemical weapons ranked relatively low on the scale of administration priorities, particularly compared with the all-important goal of preventing an Iranian victory.
Thus, on Nov. 1, 1983, a senior State Department official, Jonathan T. Howe, told Secretary of State George P. Shultz that intelligence reports showed that Iraqi troops were resorting to “almost daily use of CW” against the Iranians. But the Reagan administration had already committed itself to a large-scale diplomatic and political overture to Baghdad, culminating in several visits by the president’s recently appointed special envoy to the Middle East, Donald H. Rumsfeld.
In 1988, Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein ordered chemical weapons attacks against Kurdish resistance forces, but the relationship with Iraq at the time was deemed too important to rupture over the matter. The United States did not even impose sanctions.
http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/fact-chec...
But, but-this makes it okay that Hussein gassed his own people?

Need I remind you of Hilary's glowing remarks about Assad just a few years ago?

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No wonder LCN is nowhere to be found. He's probably curled up in a fetal position in a corner somewhere.
He was so elated and convinced things were looking up just a few weeks ago.
He must be absolutely crushed.
Oh you drive by "experts" always think you know something ...

The DJIA is currently up 33 points after taking a brief dip this morning.

Did any of you "experts" comment on yesterday's 1%+ gain?
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<quoted text>"someone who the world focused on the words he spoke"??? Just curious, J/J Owl, do you have a first language? "English on which you spoken ain't not it is."
Is this "legitamate"? Or is it something you "made" up. Let's ask the "maid" if it is a "red hairing."

For an alleged grammar expert you have done your fair share of proving English is your secondary language.

Get real!
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<quoted text>"someone who the world focused on the words he spoke"??? Just curious, J/J Owl, do you have a first language? "English on which you spoken ain't not it is."
leosanus a freakin ignorant hillbilly briar in Ohio gone rogue...

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Well, when you slice and dice someone's post, it makes it much more difficult to respond. But I did pick up a few comments in an otherwise jumbled up post.
As I've tried to tell Realtime and others on here so many times they're too numerous to count, the entire civilized world considered Saddam an ally against Iran at one time. Many, many, MANY countries provided him with biological and chemical materials believing he was using them for medical research.
He was the enemy of our enemy, the lesser of the two evils, if you will, even though the world didn't see his evil side until years later. You do understand this simple reality, don't you? But maybe you don't.
Karma,

You'll need your Fox Colored Glasses to see Carol's "reality". Don't have a pair, not to worry:

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<quoted text>AND... Read the post of those who want more war like a vile mouth lily, but stays safe at her lame computer while people DIE and you will find hypocrisy, self-deception, a treasonous traitor, greed, supplication, immaturity, lack of poise, ignorance, and childish whining with self hate...

OBAMA LIES...!!! PEOPLE DIE...!!! LIBERALS LIE...!!! LILY LIES...

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LOL. How many men, women, children died in Iraq as a result of Bush/Cheney war for profit? 100k, 200k, 300k? And for what? Oh that's right. So Halliburton and other political insiders could make billions in no bid government contracts
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Chicago Tribune: "we cannot ask members of Congress to support [Obama's] call for a use-of-force resolution.”
http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/opinion/ed...
Obama will attack Syria no matter what happens...

...the "vote" in Congress is a joke in a dictatorship.
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Romney was in favor of bombing Iran.
lily will cheer when Obama attacks Syria in defiance of Congress, to be announced in speech Tuesday night.

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Karma is a_______ wrote:
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you know listening to al Jazeera is probably a worthwhile endeavor, as is listening to CCTV (China News), BBC, NHK (Japan) and any other country's news broadcast.
Listening doesn't mean you have to support their position, nor believe it. But it does give you another perspective to consider, and shows you how other countries view events.
By listening to only one station, say like FOX, it becomes much more easier to brainwash you, distort your perception, shape your opinions and feed you propaganda.
So happy al Jazeera Network landed, real news in the morning instead of smiling fluffy talking heads.

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