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Video: "No ambiguity" in U.S. message to Egypt, W.H. says

There are 40 comments on the CBS News story from Aug 14, 2013, titled Video: "No ambiguity" in U.S. message to Egypt, W.H. says. In it, CBS News reports that:

White House spokesman Josh Earnest said the message from U.S. officials to Egypt has been unambiguous, urging Egypt's leaders to abstain from violence and transition to democracy.

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“Yeah, but...”

Since: Sep 11

MILKY WAY

#23 Aug 16, 2013
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>no, they should be ousted when they attempt to make a theocratic dictatorship, like Morsi was attempting to do, and the people of Egypt saw that.
So, now you change your argument.
OK.
Your position is now that a democratically elected President should be ousted when he attempts to make a dictatorship. Now, a dictator is one who rules by fiat, ignoring the will of the people's wishes. Do you agree?

Now, what would you call a President that ignores Congress, the people's representatives, and publicly castigates the Supreme Court? Suppose that President refused to enforce the laws enacted by Congress. Suppose that President bombed another country without provocation and without even seeking the opinion of Congress, let alone getting its approval. Suppose further, that President, used the various agencies at his disposal to harass his political adversaries during an election and to spy on the citizenry. And, finally, suppose that President used his powers to hunt and kill citizens of his own country without a trial.

Would you agree that such a President should be ousted?

Since: Mar 11

St. Croix valley

#24 Aug 16, 2013
SirPrize wrote:
<quoted text>
So, now you change your argument.
OK.
Your position is now that a democratically elected President should be ousted when he attempts to make a dictatorship. Now, a dictator is one who rules by fiat, ignoring the will of the people's wishes. Do you agree?
Now, what would you call a President that ignores Congress, the people's representatives, and publicly castigates the Supreme Court? Suppose that President refused to enforce the laws enacted by Congress. Suppose that President bombed another country without provocation and without even seeking the opinion of Congress, let alone getting its approval. Suppose further, that President, used the various agencies at his disposal to harass his political adversaries during an election and to spy on the citizenry. And, finally, suppose that President used his powers to hunt and kill citizens of his own country without a trial.
Would you agree that such a President should be ousted?
I am not changing my argument at all. those Egyptians in the first protests saw what morsi was doing and called for his recall, as they should have.

your other misunderstanding of US presidential powers have nothing to do with this discussion, but if you wish to discuss your lack of education on this subject, go ahead.

“Yeah, but...”

Since: Sep 11

MILKY WAY

#25 Aug 18, 2013
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>I am not changing my argument at all. those Egyptians in the first protests saw what morsi was doing and called for his recall, as they should have.
your other misunderstanding of US presidential powers have nothing to do with this discussion, but if you wish to discuss your lack of education on this subject, go ahead.
Ahhhh....
So you are incapable of forming a position based on fact. You cannot defend your positions and shift them continuously.
So you prefer to make personal attracts because of your inability to defend your positions intellectually.
You are a clown and cannot be taken seriously.

Since: Mar 11

St. Croix valley

#26 Aug 18, 2013
SirPrize wrote:
<quoted text>
Ahhhh....
So you are incapable of forming a position based on fact. You cannot defend your positions and shift them continuously.
So you prefer to make personal attracts because of your inability to defend your positions intellectually.
You are a clown and cannot be taken seriously.
In fact, i clearly articulated my position and backed it up with the verifiable facts i listed.

seems yo are the one unable to counter them with facts of your own...

why is that?

“Yeah, but...”

Since: Sep 11

MILKY WAY

#27 Aug 18, 2013
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>In fact, i clearly articulated my position and backed it up with the verifiable facts i listed.
seems yo are the one unable to counter them with facts of your own...
why is that?
Really? I must have missed the facts you provided. In which of your posts are the facts?

Since: Mar 11

St. Croix valley

#28 Aug 18, 2013
SirPrize wrote:
<quoted text>
Really? I must have missed the facts you provided. In which of your posts are the facts?
all of them on this page, in fact.

why can you not counter them?

if you cannot keep up witht he discussion. perhaps you should try the kiddie pages of topix, where they discuss which dinosaur was the coolest and such things as that...

“Yeah, but...”

Since: Sep 11

MILKY WAY

#29 Aug 18, 2013
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>all of them on this page, in fact.
why can you not counter them?
if you cannot keep up witht he discussion. perhaps you should try the kiddie pages of topix, where they discuss which dinosaur was the coolest and such things as that...
Not a single fact is provided by you. Just opinion. And a clown's opinion at that.

Since: Mar 11

St. Croix valley

#30 Aug 18, 2013
SirPrize wrote:
<quoted text>
Not a single fact is provided by you. Just opinion. And a clown's opinion at that.
you mean outside of the verifiable ones about the populace in Egypt calling for the ouster of Morsi for trying to set up a theocratic dictatorship?

outside of those facts you seem unable to counter?

seriously, dude, you have tried to match wits with me previously and embarrassed yourself then, don't make the same mistake again...

it seems you know this with you denial of the clear facts ....

run away little boy...

“Yeah, but...”

Since: Sep 11

MILKY WAY

#31 Aug 18, 2013
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>you mean outside of the verifiable ones about the populace in Egypt calling for the ouster of Morsi for trying to set up a theocratic dictatorship?
outside of those facts you seem unable to counter?
seriously, dude, you have tried to match wits with me previously and embarrassed yourself then, don't make the same mistake again...
it seems you know this with you denial of the clear facts ....
run away little boy...
You said millions demonstrated. Not true. And when I pointed that out and the ramifications of the actual fact. You changed your argument.

It's not about the numbers, you claimed. It's actually about the actions of the President. Again, I presented the ramifications of your new position. That's when you demonstrated your true nature. A clown.

Since: Mar 11

St. Croix valley

#32 Aug 18, 2013
SirPrize wrote:
<quoted text>
You said millions demonstrated. Not true. And when I pointed that out and the ramifications of the actual fact. You changed your argument.
It's not about the numbers, you claimed. It's actually about the actions of the President. Again, I presented the ramifications of your new position. That's when you demonstrated your true nature. A clown.
lets parse you silly post, shall we?

that 'millions' was clearly hyperbole, and as you just stated, it is not about the numbers...

i never changed my argument one bit. it is the fact that Morsi is trying to establisha theocratic distatorship that got him ousted, it was the multitude of protesters that started this recall.

yes, it is the actions of the president, as all my previous posts said.

anything else you need explained to you?

“Yeah, but...”

Since: Sep 11

MILKY WAY

#33 Aug 18, 2013
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>lets parse you silly post, shall we?
that 'millions' was clearly hyperbole, and as you just stated, it is not about the numbers...
i never changed my argument one bit. it is the fact that Morsi is trying to establisha theocratic distatorship that got him ousted, it was the multitude of protesters that started this recall.
yes, it is the actions of the president, as all my previous posts said.
anything else you need explained to you?
And here we are, back at post 23.

Your position is now that a democratically elected President should be ousted when he attempts to make a dictatorship. Now, a dictator is one who rules by fiat, ignoring the will of the people's wishes. Do you agree?

Now, what would you call a President that ignores Congress, the people's representatives, and publicly castigates the Supreme Court? Suppose that President refused to enforce the laws enacted by Congress. Suppose that President bombed another country without provocation and without even seeking the opinion of Congress, let alone getting its approval. Suppose further, that President, used the various agencies at his disposal to harass his political adversaries during an election and to spy on the citizenry. And, finally, suppose that President used his powers to hunt and kill citizens of his own country without a trial.

Would you agree that such a President should be ousted?

Since: Mar 11

St. Croix valley

#34 Aug 18, 2013
SirPrize wrote:
<quoted text>
And here we are, back at post 23.
Your position is now that a democratically elected President should be ousted when he attempts to make a dictatorship. Now, a dictator is one who rules by fiat, ignoring the will of the people's wishes. Do you agree?
Now, what would you call a President that ignores Congress, the people's representatives, and publicly castigates the Supreme Court? Suppose that President refused to enforce the laws enacted by Congress. Suppose that President bombed another country without provocation and without even seeking the opinion of Congress, let alone getting its approval. Suppose further, that President, used the various agencies at his disposal to harass his political adversaries during an election and to spy on the citizenry. And, finally, suppose that President used his powers to hunt and kill citizens of his own country without a trial.
Would you agree that such a President should be ousted?
Yes, when they attempt to establish a dictatorship. clearly stated already.

also clearly stated was the fact that your supposed examples of this happening in the US are not based in fact.

keep making a fool of yourself, idiot...

“Yeah, but...”

Since: Sep 11

MILKY WAY

#35 Aug 18, 2013
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>Yes, when they attempt to establish a dictatorship. clearly stated already.
also clearly stated was the fact that your supposed examples of this happening in the US are not based in fact.
keep making a fool of yourself, idiot...
Actually, president Obama has done each of the actions I offered.
Using your hypotheses (both of them) we agree that he should be ousted.

“Hillary, thirty years of lying”

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#36 Aug 18, 2013
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>I am not changing my argument at all. those Egyptians in the first protests saw what morsi was doing and called for his recall, as they should have.

your other misunderstanding of US presidential powers have nothing to do with this discussion, but if you wish to discuss your lack of education on this subject, go ahead.
Which powers are those we are misunderstanding. The one where he is exceeding his authority like Morsi was.

“Hillary, thirty years of lying”

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#37 Aug 18, 2013
SirPrize wrote:
<quoted text>Ahhhh....
So you are incapable of forming a position based on fact. You cannot defend your positions and shift them continuously.
So you prefer to make personal attracts because of your inability to defend your positions intellectually.
You are a clown and cannot be taken seriously.
It's the modus operandi of the liberal.

“Hillary, thirty years of lying”

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#38 Aug 18, 2013
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>all of them on this page, in fact.

why can you not counter them?

if you cannot keep up witht he discussion. perhaps you should try the kiddie pages of topix, where they discuss which dinosaur was the coolest and such things as that...
Running on empty.

“Hillary, thirty years of lying”

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#39 Aug 18, 2013
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>lets parse you silly post, shall we?

that 'millions' was clearly hyperbole, and as you just stated, it is not about the numbers...

i never changed my argument one bit. it is the fact that Morsi is trying to establisha theocratic distatorship that got him ousted, it was the multitude of protesters that started this recall.

yes, it is the actions of the president, as all my previous posts said.

anything else you need explained to you?
He was establishing that his power exceeded that of the constitution. Sound familiar.....Obama is doing the same thing.
Drink the Hive

New York, NY

#40 Aug 18, 2013
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“Hillary, thirty years of lying”

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#41 Aug 18, 2013
SirPrize wrote:
<quoted text>Actually, president Obama has done each of the actions I offered.
Using your hypotheses (both of them) we agree that he should be ousted.
Benghazi

“Hillary, thirty years of lying”

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#42 Aug 18, 2013
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>Yes, when they attempt to establish a dictatorship. clearly stated already.

also clearly stated was the fact that your supposed examples of this happening in the US are not based in fact.

keep making a fool of yourself, idiot...
You faux pas caught up with you closet liberal.

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