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    Re: President's backers, rivals clash in egypt

    Quote Originally Posted by johnny_rebson View Post
    We tried to tell the liberals that Obama was a Muslim from Kenya, but they wouldn't believe us.
    Well the Muslims from Kenya believed it.

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    Re: President's backers, rivals clash in egypt

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    US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton meets Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood president Mohammed Morsi in historic first - Telegraph

    Pulling out of Iraq

    getting rid of Qaddafi


    and only giving lip service while Israel is being attacked
    Just why would exiting that boondoggle in short order be viewed in a negative light?

    Qaddafi was ousted in large part due to pressures from within his own country, and the support of the international community, which widely recognized him as an unstable and treacherous kook. In addition to his support for terrorist groups over the years, he also met those who dared protest his rule in his latter days with threats of genocide. How did you manage to miss all of that?

    PressTV - Obama promises more military aid to Israel

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    Re: President's backers, rivals clash in egypt

    Quote Originally Posted by a351 View Post
    Just why would exiting that boondoggle in short order be viewed in a negative light?
    It leaves a power vacuum which the Muslim Brotherhood will fill.

    Qaddafi was ousted in large part due to pressures from within his own country, and the support of the international community, which widely recognized him as an unstable and treacherous kook.
    But do you know what or who will replace Qaddafi? We have already seen Americans murdered over there, including the US Ambassador, with no explanation from Obama. There will not be a response to those murders and the Libyan government had to know what was going on.

    In addition to his support for terrorist groups over the years, he also met those who dared protest his rule in his latter days with threats of genocide. How did you manage to miss all of that?
    I had and have no use for Qadaffi but, in recent years, he could be handled. Can the present and future regime be handled? I certainly don't know, but I doubt it.

    Obama will make promises to everyone. Do you still believe him?
    Last edited by Grant; 11-25-12 at 02:43 PM.

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