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    Re: American Forces Said to Bomb ISIS Targets in Iraq

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    "your" means I didn't vote for the guy and tried to make sure others understood his resume. Your opinion regarding Bush is misguided because people are always judged on performance and prior to the Democrats taking over Congress, Bush economy created 9 million jobs mostly after the Clinton recession and 9/11, he won the war in Iraq with the surge, had a democrat Congress more interested in regaining the WH than doing their job. You and others buy the headlines and ignore the non partisan results. You will point to 750,000 jobs lost for two month and ignore the 1 million discouraged workers most of 2010 that aren't counted in the official numbers. You claim Bush pre planned the war in Iraq ignoring the information I gave you a day or so ago on Clinton policies. Looks to me like you just want to whine and complain while ignoring results.
    I haven't spoke much to Bush's domestic policy. But his foreign policy was no better then Obama's.
    Killing one person is murder, killing 100,000 is foreign policy

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    Re: American Forces Said to Bomb ISIS Targets in Iraq

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    I haven't spoke much to Bush's domestic policy. But his foreign policy was no better then Obama's.
    Then you haven't been paying any attention at all. Name for me an Obama foreign policy success? we didn't lose an Ambassador under Bush and the Muslim Brotherhood was still in the shadows as was ISIS. America was feared by the world under Bush and has no respect under Obama

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    Re: American Forces Said to Bomb ISIS Targets in Iraq

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    I haven't spoke much to Bush's domestic policy. But his foreign policy was no better then Obama's.
    What?? Bush was respected and able to gain Allies. Now traditional Allies exclude Obama from their conversations. He is the suject of international ridicule and you really don't know that?

    Maybe you should read the foreign media more.

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    Re: American Forces Said to Bomb ISIS Targets in Iraq

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    What?? Bush was respected and able to gain Allies. Now traditional Allies exclude Obama from their conversations. He is the suject of international ridicule and you really don't know that?

    Maybe you should read the foreign media more.
    This is a sign of respect?

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    Re: American Forces Said to Bomb ISIS Targets in Iraq

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    Then you haven't been paying any attention at all. Name for me an Obama foreign policy success? we didn't lose an Ambassador under Bush and the Muslim Brotherhood was still in the shadows as was ISIS. America was feared by the world under Bush and has no respect under Obama
    Aside from perhaps his joint deal with Russia on Syrian chemical weapons, there probably are none. Why in the world would I want to argue otherwise? We lost 8,000 (at least) American lives under Bush. 3,000 on 9/11 and 4,500 fighting a guy that had nothing to do with it. MB and ISIS are a direct result of the removal of Hussein, Mubarak, Gaddafi and the ongoing attempt at Assad.

    So both presidents own this crisis, but your partisan glasses won't allow you to see that.
    Killing one person is murder, killing 100,000 is foreign policy

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    Re: American Forces Said to Bomb ISIS Targets in Iraq

    Quote Originally Posted by Grant View Post
    What?? Bush was respected and able to gain Allies. Now traditional Allies exclude Obama from their conversations. He is the suject of international ridicule and you really don't know that?

    Maybe you should read the foreign media more.
    At the beginning, when the US still had a little bit of respectability, but he too pissed off two big players, Russia and China.
    Killing one person is murder, killing 100,000 is foreign policy

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    Re: American Forces Said to Bomb ISIS Targets in Iraq

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    This is a sign of respect?

    Let\s make this clear. Do you believe that that was a foreign leader throwing the shoe?

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    Re: American Forces Said to Bomb ISIS Targets in Iraq

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    Aside from perhaps his joint deal with Russia on Syrian chemical weapons, there probably are none. Why in the world would I want to argue otherwise? We lost 8,000 (at least) American lives under Bush. 3,000 on 9/11 and 4,500 fighting a guy that had nothing to do with it. MB and ISIS are a direct result of the removal of Hussein, Mubarak, Gaddafi and the ongoing attempt at Assad.

    So both presidents own this crisis, but your partisan glasses won't allow you to see that.
    What exactly would you have done in a free enterprise society to prevent 9/11 and what exactly did Clinton do when he got the December 1998 PDB? Inaction by this Administration created ISIS but people like you have no concept of being proactive instead of being reactive. Nothing I say is ever going to change your mind because you want to believe the bs you are being told.

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    Re: American Forces Said to Bomb ISIS Targets in Iraq

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    What exactly would you have done in a free enterprise society to prevent 9/11 and what exactly did Clinton do when he got the December PDB? Inaction by this Administration created ISIS but people like you have no concept of being proactive instead of being reactive. Nothing I say is ever going to change your mind because you want to believe the bs you are being told.
    9/11 prevention is noted in the paper by the guy that committed the attack. But you don't care about that. Most belligerents don't. And Clinton warned Bush, but Bush was too busy planning his Iraq war strategy and waiting for a crisis to blame it on.
    Killing one person is murder, killing 100,000 is foreign policy

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    Re: American Forces Said to Bomb ISIS Targets in Iraq

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    At the beginning, when the US still had a little bit of respectability, but he too pissed off two big players, Russia and China.
    I ersiously doubt that Russian would have invaded the Crimea during the Bush Presidency, nor would China be moving into neighboring territories or buzzing American warships without response. And of course Iraq was 'stable' when Bush left office

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