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    Re: Five years in, Obama and Bush poll numbers nearly identical

    Quote Originally Posted by joG View Post
    By the time that all happened it was the right thing to do. But we never should have so badly out maneuvered by Germany, France and Russia that invasion became necessary.
    I can't see how it was even necessary. And of course we should not be surprised that an inexperienced community worker should be out maneuvered by experienced people who understand the dynamics of international politics much better than Barrack Obama. But in BHO's defense I'll bet none of the other world leaders could stop the ocean's rise just by being elected. Well maybe the little fat guy with the bad haircut in North Korea, but that's about it.

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    Re: Five years in, Obama and Bush poll numbers nearly identical

    Quote Originally Posted by Grant View Post
    Oh so you feel there has been? Where is the link please for the results of this thorough investigation??
    You're the one claiming there wasn't as if it's ironclad fact. Asking for links to classified information is kinda lame.
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    Re: Five years in, Obama and Bush poll numbers nearly identical

    Quote Originally Posted by Kobie View Post
    You're the one claiming there wasn't as if it's ironclad fact. Asking for links to classified information is kinda lame.
    Oh there was an investigation but the results are all secret, huh? And you are satisfied with that.

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    Re: Five years in, Obama and Bush poll numbers nearly identical

    Quote Originally Posted by Grant View Post
    Oh there was an investigation but the results are all secret, huh? And you are satisfied with that.

    You make a good citizen.
    What are you yammering about now? You're just mad I caught you making yet another accusation against Obama you have no hope of backing up.
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    Re: Five years in, Obama and Bush poll numbers nearly identical

    Quote Originally Posted by Kobie View Post
    What are you yammering about now? You're just mad I caught you making yet another accusation against Obama you have no hope of backing up.
    Go back and read your goofy posts. I certainly can't be bothered.

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    Re: Five years in, Obama and Bush poll numbers nearly identical

    In other words, no response. SHOCKING.
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    Re: Five years in, Obama and Bush poll numbers nearly identical

    Quote Originally Posted by Grant View Post
    I can't see how it was even necessary. And of course we should not be surprised that an inexperienced community worker should be out maneuvered by experienced people who understand the dynamics of international politics much better than Barrack Obama. But in BHO's defense I'll bet none of the other world leaders could stop the ocean's rise just by being elected. Well maybe the little fat guy with the bad haircut in North Korea, but that's about it.
    You don't like his'do? ?!!

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    Re: Five years in, Obama and Bush poll numbers nearly identical

    Quote Originally Posted by joG View Post
    You don't like his'do? ?!!
    It's like early Beatles.

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    Re: Five years in, Obama and Bush poll numbers nearly identical

    Quote Originally Posted by Grant View Post
    Perhaps. But Obama received no such approval for bombing Libya. And despite drawing a red line in Syria, or not investigating Benghazi, he still has his admirers. Obviously there is more at play here than just receiving Congressional approval. The Democrats have turned on the leadership of their own country and run away from the responsibilities of their own decision on Iraq. They were all for it before they were against it.
    Yes, they did run away from Iraq after it became obvious that it was a huge mistake. Obama was an exception to that, however, as he didn't vote for the war.
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    Re: Five years in, Obama and Bush poll numbers nearly identical

    Quote Originally Posted by Dittohead not! View Post
    Yes, they did run away from Iraq after it became obvious that it was a huge mistake. Obama was an exception to that, however, as he didn't vote for the war.
    Yes, running away from a decision to go to war is a huge mistake. All it got was more Americans killed, more billions spent, and American credibility wasted. Does anyone believe in America anymore? When a government agrees to go to war the people of the country should remain united but instead the Democrats turned the people on each other and everyone lost. How many people would now be willing to suit up and risk their lives for this new America? They'd have to be blinded by patriotism.

    And of course Barrack Obama didn't vote for the war or against the war. He was busy voting 'present' in the Illinois Senate at the time.

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