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Osama is dead and Al Q is on the run

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Our so-called leader is gutless, and not a leader.  He just got done blabbering about how safe and more accepting the world is....well, maybe to his Muslim buddies it is, for the rest of us we just get to sit back and wait for the next 9/11 to happen. :mellow:

 

Did he do his "blabbering" in English or his native tongue from wherever he was born?

Any mention of those "Muslim buddies" by name?

 

And here's the guy who told us it was all under control....

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'Murrica, cuz.....

 

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I agree that Bush II made a tremendous mistake going into Iraq.  Of course, its also true that John McCain was right when he said we should stay in Iraq for a long time.  I don't blame Obama for abiding by the treaty and wanting to get us out of Iraq, but a long term US presence in Iraq would prevent situations like this. 

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I told everyone here way back when that douche Bush started talking about Iraq then that if we went in, we owned Iraq for a very long time. It became such a disaster Bush had to get out and hope the crap I also said was going to happen didn't. When you all make fun of me as some bleeding heart tree higher you could not be more wrong, I just know more than you do about these things having been a pretty dedicated armchair historian of other wars before Desert Storm made me really want to understand the nuttiness going on. Because of that I knew about Americans For A New Century, a conservative think tank ran by Wolfowicz. Cheney etc. advocating invasion of Iraq when Clinton was president promising us all the benefits of bringing freedom to Iraq. I was pretty shocked to see Bush integrate it into a national tragedy so callously.

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I told everyone here way back when that douche Bush started talking about Iraq then that if we went in, we owned Iraq for a very long time. It became such a disaster Bush had to get out and hope the crap I also said was going to happen didn't. When you all make fun of me as some bleeding heart tree higher you could not be more wrong, I just know more than you do about these things having been a pretty dedicated armchair historian of other wars before Desert Storm made me really want to understand the nuttiness going on. Because of that I knew about Americans For A New Century, a conservative think tank ran by Wolfowicz. Cheney etc. advocating invasion of Iraq when Clinton was president promising us all the benefits of bringing freedom to Iraq. I was pretty shocked to see Bush integrate it into a national tragedy so callously.

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well you were a hippie who didn't support are troops or amurica back then

 

now ten years later we know better and this is obama's fault

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Yes. All true.

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Under Bush...militants were running and hiding. 

 

Under Obama...they're taking over cities wholesale. 

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Obama's plan is coming to fruition.

Iraq, Iran and the US just one big happy family.

 

 

Iraq's government girded to protect the capital from advancing insurgents, as Iranian security officials said their forces had joined the battle on Baghdad's side and the U.S. weighed military assistance, including airstrikes.

Iraq edged closer to all-out sectarian conflict as Kurdish forces took control of a provincial capital in the oil-rich north on Thursday and Sunni militants threatened to march on two cities revered by Shiite Muslims and the capital.

"What we have seen over the last couple of days indicates the degree to which Iraq is going to need more help—more help from us and more help from the international community," President Barack Obama said from the Oval Office. "My team is working around the clock to identify how we can provide the most effective assistance to them," he added. "I don't rule out anything."

 

 

I've never seen such clever diplomacy.

 

 

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Thank god he's not running for re-election and running to Vegas tomorrow.  Maybe he really will be engaged.

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