Is Obama destroying the US intentiona...

Is Obama destroying the US intentionally?

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dollarsbill

Since: Jul 12

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#1 Jun 26, 2014
Revelation 13:7 (NKJV)
7 And authority was given him over every tribe, tongue, and nation.

“Shoot for the stars”

Since: Dec 10

Planet Earth

#2 Jun 26, 2014
Revelations is crapppppppp! John of Patmos was a raging lunatic.
Cisco Kid

Jamestown, CA

#3 Jun 26, 2014
"Is Obama destroying the US intentionally?"
In a word,.........YES!

dollarsbill

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#4 Jun 26, 2014
Earth Child 1 wrote:
Revelations is crapppppppp! John of Patmos was a raging lunatic.
Sounds like you are the "raging lunatic".

dollarsbill

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#5 Jun 26, 2014
Earth Child 1 wrote:
Revelations is crapppppppp! John of Patmos was a raging lunatic.
Is it?

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Revelation 13:16 (NKJV)
16 He causes all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and slave, to receive a mark on their right hand or on their foreheads,

“Still Politically Incorrect”

Since: Feb 10

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#6 Jun 26, 2014
Never before have I ever seen a US president that is so criminally intent and yet he is so greatly protected than any other US president has ever been before when it comes to his image and other things.

dollarsbill

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#7 Jun 26, 2014
Gary Coaldigger wrote:
Never before have I ever seen a US president that is so criminally intent and yet he is so greatly protected than any other US president has ever been before when it comes to his image and other things.
This is really incredible, one scandal after another. The Obamacare, NSA and IRS scandals are just the tip of the iceberg.
Thinking

Poole, UK

#8 Jun 27, 2014
You do realise that democracy means you don't always get your way?

I've not seen a president so attacked before he even got started.
Gary Coaldigger wrote:
Never before have I ever seen a US president that is so criminally intent and yet he is so greatly protected than any other US president has ever been before when it comes to his image and other things.

dollarsbill

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#9 Jun 27, 2014
Thinking wrote:
I've not seen a president so attacked before he even got started.
<quoted text>
Nor so corrupt.

“Still Politically Incorrect”

Since: Feb 10

And Damn Proud Of It Too

#10 Jun 27, 2014
Thinking wrote:
You do realise that democracy means you don't always get your way?
I've not seen a president so attacked before he even got started.
<quoted text>
That's because he keeps secrets about himself above normal standards as if he has something to hide that he believes that it would hurt him if he allows to be revealed about himself and his lies are so easily revealing that it would be hilarious if it wasn't so bad.
He has no real leadership skills,his foreign policies are a joke,he won't lift a finger to help bring back one of ours who accidentally took a wrong turn into Mexico but he will release 5 terrorists from Gitmo in trade for a traitor.He may not be a Muslim afterall but he sure seems to be more fond of them than he does our own troops.
He wants the world to believe that he's a Christian but in truth its plain to see that he doesn't really hold to any Christian beliefs nor values of Christianity none whatsoever.
And before you start,I don't care for the Bush's either.
I think that GWB was a total idiot and neither him nor his daddy both ever finished what they started.
Bush Sr. went to war with Saddam Hussein but instead of driving him from power along with his defeat they let Hussein remain in power and nine years later,more or less after 9/11,we went back to square one against Hussein with GWB.
Obama and his administration says that the five they released from Gitmo posed no threat but,upon their release,we find that one of them is now the top leader of ISIS invading and conquering Iraqi territories with Baghdad in their sights.
The same one that also said,"I'll see you in New York." I don't believe a round of beers,a pizza and a Yankees game is what the new leader of ISIS has in mind when he said that to one of our soldiers.
What he has in mind is to repeat 9/11,less or worse.
Thinking

Sturminster Newton, UK

#11 Jun 27, 2014
I never understood the desire to remove Hussein from power but leave North Korea as is.
So removing Hussein wasn't a moral argument.

Political then. But removing Hussein didn't make political sense either, because it freed up Iran.

So I can only assume the removal was done for the benefit for Haliburton types.
Gary Coaldigger wrote:
<quoted text>
That's because he keeps secrets about himself above normal standards as if he has something to hide that he believes that it would hurt him if he allows to be revealed about himself and his lies are so easily revealing that it would be hilarious if it wasn't so bad.
He has no real leadership skills,his foreign policies are a joke,he won't lift a finger to help bring back one of ours who accidentally took a wrong turn into Mexico but he will release 5 terrorists from Gitmo in trade for a traitor.He may not be a Muslim afterall but he sure seems to be more fond of them than he does our own troops.
He wants the world to believe that he's a Christian but in truth its plain to see that he doesn't really hold to any Christian beliefs nor values of Christianity none whatsoever.
And before you start,I don't care for the Bush's either.
I think that GWB was a total idiot and neither him nor his daddy both ever finished what they started.
Bush Sr. went to war with Saddam Hussein but instead of driving him from power along with his defeat they let Hussein remain in power and nine years later,more or less after 9/11,we went back to square one against Hussein with GWB.
Obama and his administration says that the five they released from Gitmo posed no threat but,upon their release,we find that one of them is now the top leader of ISIS invading and conquering Iraqi territories with Baghdad in their sights.
The same one that also said,"I'll see you in New York." I don't believe a round of beers,a pizza and a Yankees game is what the new leader of ISIS has in mind when he said that to one of our soldiers.
What he has in mind is to repeat 9/11,less or worse.

NDanger

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Since: Nov 10

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#12 Jun 27, 2014
Thinking wrote:
I never understood the desire to remove Hussein from power but leave North Korea as is.
So removing Hussein wasn't a moral argument.
Political then. But removing Hussein didn't make political sense either, because it freed up Iran.
So I can only assume the removal was done for the benefit for Haliburton types.
<quoted text>
Exactly...NK has nothing to offer...

“Still Politically Incorrect”

Since: Feb 10

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#13 Jun 27, 2014
Thinking wrote:
I never understood the desire to remove Hussein from power but leave North Korea as is.
So removing Hussein wasn't a moral argument.
Political then. But removing Hussein didn't make political sense either, because it freed up Iran.
So I can only assume the removal was done for the benefit for Haliburton types.
<quoted text>
So you're willing to dance around the issue here to side with one political party (Democrats) over the other just because you don't like Republicans.
I look at it from an unbiased perspective which says that I don't like nor trust either side.
Yes,Democrats are just as bad,in their own way,as Republicans are.Some people who favors one over the other always wants to accuse the other side and then make excuses if not deny what the party that they favor is doing what they know is wrong.
On the other hand,I don't believe that we should have an all one party government at a time controlling the House,The Senate and the Oval Office,be it all Democrat or all Republican.
It should always be a joint effort with a cascade of new ideals for the future.of this country but instead we get a bunch of cry babies every time one party or the other is in control of the White House.
Right now its the crying Republicans that controls the house followed by the Democrats that controls the Senate with a Democrat president in office and the day will come when roles are reversed and it will be the Democrats who will be crying until the roles are reversed once again.
Its the same ole' political pattern of the game that seemingly never really changes which is why we need younger leaders who dares to take that next step to not only defend our nation and keep us safe but to adventure further into a better future for all of us instead of always being just for some of us.
Thinking

Sturminster Newton, UK

#14 Jun 27, 2014
That means next to nothing to me. You're being very parochial.

Despite having had 3 offers to move to America, despite having visited and worked in 26 states, I don't live in America. I never felt as able to call someone a total bastard in a meeting as I do over here. How real is the First Amendment?

I don't buy the whole GOP vs Democrat hate thing because it is not in my nature, not part of my culture. I don't care which party the best ideas and ethics come from.
Gary Coaldigger wrote:
<quoted text>
So you're willing to dance around the issue here to side with one political party (Democrats) over the other just because you don't like Republicans.
I look at it from an unbiased perspective which says that I don't like nor trust either side.
Yes,Democrats are just as bad,in their own way,as Republicans are.Some people who favors one over the other always wants to accuse the other side and then make excuses if not deny what the party that they favor is doing what they know is wrong.
On the other hand,I don't believe that we should have an all one party government at a time controlling the House,The Senate and the Oval Office,be it all Democrat or all Republican.
It should always be a joint effort with a cascade of new ideals for the future.of this country but instead we get a bunch of cry babies every time one party or the other is in control of the White House.
Right now its the crying Republicans that controls the house followed by the Democrats that controls the Senate with a Democrat president in office and the day will come when roles are reversed and it will be the Democrats who will be crying until the roles are reversed once again.
Its the same ole' political pattern of the game that seemingly never really changes which is why we need younger leaders who dares to take that next step to not only defend our nation and keep us safe but to adventure further into a better future for all of us instead of always being just for some of us.

“Still Politically Incorrect”

Since: Feb 10

And Damn Proud Of It Too

#15 Jun 27, 2014
Thinking wrote:
That means next to nothing to me. You're being very parochial.
Despite having had 3 offers to move to America, despite having visited and worked in 26 states, I don't live in America. I never felt as able to call someone a total bastard in a meeting as I do over here. How real is the First Amendment?
I don't buy the whole GOP vs Democrat hate thing because it is not in my nature, not part of my culture. I don't care which party the best ideas and ethics come from.
<quoted text>
Of course it doesn't mean anything to you because you are favoring the Democrats over the Republicans and,as you said,you don't live here in the states.
Thinking

Sturminster Newton, UK

#16 Jun 27, 2014
That means next to nothing to me. You're being very parochial.

Despite having had 3 offers to move to America, despite having visited and worked in 26 states, I don't live in America. I never felt as able to call someone a total bastard in a meeting as I do over here. How real is the First Amendment?

I don't buy the whole GOP vs Democrat hate thing because it is not in my nature, not part of my culture. I don't care which party the best ideas and ethics come from.
Gary Coaldigger wrote:
<quoted text>
Of course it doesn't mean anything to you because you are favoring the Democrats over the Republicans and,as you said,you don't live here in the states.

“Still Politically Incorrect”

Since: Feb 10

And Damn Proud Of It Too

#17 Jun 27, 2014
Thinking wrote:
That means next to nothing to me. You're being very parochial.
Despite having had 3 offers to move to America, despite having visited and worked in 26 states, I don't live in America. I never felt as able to call someone a total bastard in a meeting as I do over here. How real is the First Amendment?
I don't buy the whole GOP vs Democrat hate thing because it is not in my nature, not part of my culture. I don't care which party the best ideas and ethics come from.
<quoted text>
...and so you repeated yourself to me..

Yeshua Reigns

Chicago, IL

#18 Jun 27, 2014
Cisco Kid wrote:
"Is Obama destroying the US intentionally?"
In a word,.........YES!
Agree. Every action he takes is an effort to destroy America's economic strength and personal freedoms. He is the next best thing to Lenin.
Cisco Kid

Jamestown, CA

#19 Jun 27, 2014
Thinking wrote:
You do realise that democracy means you don't always get your way?
I've not seen a president so attacked before he even got started.
<quoted text>
Can you cite three things Obama has done to improve America in these last six years?

Anybody that has opposed this destroyer is right.
Cisco Kid

Jamestown, CA

#20 Jun 27, 2014
Yeshua Reigns wrote:
<quoted text>Agree. Every action he takes is an effort to destroy America's economic strength and personal freedoms.

He is the next best thing to Lenin.
Or the next worse person to Karl Marx.

In Das Kapital Marx wrote the way to lead a capitalist society to communism is by collapsing the economy and make big government takeovers of social systems, like the health/medical business.

Obama has been allowed to do both.

Now that he hasn't a worry about re-election, Obama's destruction machine is just starting to roll.

Obama claims concern about ISIS overrunning Iraq and says he wants to stop them.
This is the same Sunni terror organization attacking Assad in Syria.
Obama is requesting Congress grant $500 million to send arms to Syrian militant terrorists.

Why doesn't Obama just send the arms to ISIS and avoid the delay?

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