Obama loses bin Laden bounce; Romney on the move among GOP contenders - The Washington PostAmong all Americans, Obama and Romney are knotted at 47 percent each, and among registered voters, the former governor is numerically ahead, 49 percent to 46 percent.
There are also polls showing a GENERIC Republican would beat Obama. Our brand is hot again, yours, cold, and lame. Good luck....yall are gonna need it lol.
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Capitalism+Bush Doctrine+Israel+state's rights+low/flat taxes=FREEDOM & PROSPERITY.
I just provided actual facts and data about how Obama's Afghanistan strategy has succeeded.
I then just asked you for actual facts and data proving that Obama's Afghanistan strategy failed.
YOU GAVE ME NOTHING AND CHANGED THE SUBJECT.
I already told you how things are better in Afghanistan earlier in this thread, do some backreading.
Libya is another topic entirely. My feelings are mixed; I think going there is the right thing, but I fear a sustained long-term conflict, which I'm not so happy with. I can't get too upset about it though because our role is extremely limited. It cannot be compared with Iraq and Afghanistan.
Last edited by Swizz; 07-04-11 at 03:56 PM.
let me ask you, did Obama fire his own hand picked commander in Afghanistan, yes or no?
Did Obama tell the Taliban when he was going to leave Afghanistan, yes or no
Did Obama give the commanders the number of troops they asked for when they proposed an Iraq type surge?
Did Obama take the commanders advice when they gave him options about the Afghanistan draw down and his announcement about troop withdrawal?
You call the Afghanistan strategy a success yet have pointed to none other than getting Bin Laden which has been the strategy for the past 10 years. What changed?