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    Re: Obama has no strategy yet for dealing with ISIS.

    Quote Originally Posted by BringIt View Post
    May I remind you, The President is the Commander In Chief, not the House of Representatives. But, as one of the people responsible for the current mess once said, "What difference does it make anyway." The President completely ignores every thing the Republicans say anyway.
    May I remind you that in a time of crisis ALL our leaders are supposed to step up top the plate. I am on record as saying the president is incompetent, however, with that said, so is Congress.

    Oh yea, about that vacation thing... Did you happen to notice that the Democrats are on vacation as well?
    Yes, they both did, both sides of our so called LEADERSHIP went on vacation in a time of crisis. Obviously they don't think ISIS is a threat.

    It also appears that you don't think that ISIS is a real threat. Are you willing to bet American lives on that assumption? Apparently the President is. I guess we'll see. Once again, time will tell who is right and who is incompetent.
    You'll have to show where I don't think ISIS is a threat. In fact, if we didn't have such lazy posters and they actually read peopoe's comments instead of assuming things, we might have better discussions.

    By the way, I here the Commander In Chief came off of vacation just in time to head out on a political fund raising campaign across America.
    Yeah, so obviously the president and congress don't think ISIS is a threat. What do you think of the GOP and Dem leadership?

    I find it interesting how smug some hypocrites can be.
    You'll have to show where I am a hypocrite since I have criticized BOTH sides AND the president. You on the other hand, what do you have to say for the GOP leadership taking vacation. We know you think the president and the Dems doing it is wrong, so what about the GOP?

    Cute pictures BTW, but quite childish and sophomoric on the debate scale. This isn't picture-land son.

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    re: Obama under fire for admitting no 'strategy yet' for ISIS in Syria [W:446]

    Quote Originally Posted by Mustachio View Post
    here it is and for future reference, try googling "bush 15 supreme court unanimous decisions."

    It's a National Review article slamming Obama, but it mentions that Bush had more defeats at the hands of the Supreme Court than Obama. The relevant text:
    I don't know the answer, but just out of curiosity, how many of the so called Bush defeats at the hands of the Supreme Court involved the Bush administration supporting/protecting legislation passed by Congress, as is the responsibility of the Justice Department and how many involved executive action taken by the Bush administration?

    I ask because President Bush seemed to take his Presidential responsibility to uphold the laws of the nation more seriously than the current President seems to do.
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    re: Obama under fire for admitting no 'strategy yet' for ISIS in Syria [W:446]

    Quote Originally Posted by CanadaJohn View Post
    I don't know the answer, but just out of curiosity, how many of the so called Bush defeats at the hands of the Supreme Court involved the Bush administration supporting/protecting legislation passed by Congress, as is the responsibility of the Justice Department and how many involved executive action taken by the Bush administration?

    I ask because President Bush seemed to take his Presidential responsibility to uphold the laws of the nation more seriously than the current President seems to do.
    Probably because G.W. Bush wasn't trying to "fundamentally transform" the country.
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    Re: Obama has no strategy yet for dealing with ISIS.

    Quote Originally Posted by EnigmaO01 View Post
    What? Continuing with the assertions but no link again?
    Several comments there, which one do you need a link for?
    Killing one person is murder, killing 100,000 is foreign policy

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    Re: Obama has no strategy yet for dealing with ISIS.

    Quote Originally Posted by ObamacareFail View Post
    You are clueless. You are even including embassy level? You think we are causing terrorism by not acting as isolationists? You eventually need to learn what motivates fanatical Islamic terrorists. It is not US moves in the middle east. And what Russia and China say about it is not relevant as they have political motives of their own. It is radical ideology that motivates Islamic terrorists.....nothing more....nothing less. And once again, they do not represent any given nation much less the middle east. They represent a radical version of islam. They are not rational. Neither are you when you attempt to justify their terrorism by blaming it on the US.
    Just wrong.
    Killing one person is murder, killing 100,000 is foreign policy

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    Re: Obama has no strategy yet for dealing with ISIS.

    Quote Originally Posted by Grant View Post
    You clearly don't know what a power vacuum is, apart from the one you may have at home,
    I actually wish I had one at home.
    Killing one person is murder, killing 100,000 is foreign policy

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    re: Obama under fire for admitting no 'strategy yet' for ISIS in Syria [W:446]

    Quote Originally Posted by Grant View Post
    OH,NO!! Does that mean everyone will now know I understand Hillary Clinton to be a lying and corrupt incompetent?
    Kinda, but more likely that you think only liberal democrats are corrupt. So more like you'll be seen as gullible.
    Killing one person is murder, killing 100,000 is foreign policy

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    Re: Obama has no strategy yet for dealing with ISIS.

    Quote Originally Posted by ocean515 View Post
    Thank you for your opinion. Using your words, I offer that you and those who think like you are what is wrong with America.

    The M.E., by some unfortunate stroke of nature, happens to contain a product many countries in the world depend on for their survival. They would gladly, and peacefully be willing to purchase that product on a regular basis, while being perfectly willing to let some cultures and religous groups rape and kill children, mutilate women, and evicerate each other in their headlong rush to do what nature has been trying to do for some time; remove them from the face of the earth, as the evolutionary process is want to do. After all, that is their business to do.

    The problem is, these cultures recognize the importance of their product, and want to bring the advanced nations to their knees. Rather than live in peace and enjoy the fruits of the benefits they can extract from their products, they chose to take on the world. Well, the advanced nations aren't going to let that happen. I think we are at that turning point.

    Unfortunately, taking the Neville Chamberlains approach, as those with your think appear to want to do, fails to understand there is nothing to negotiate with. Socially warped societies nature is working to eliminate will never be a partner in anything but destruction. There is little doubt the current raise in terror and the emboldened nature of these bioforms today is the direct result of international weakness created by the current President of the United States.
    Another guy that thinks Middle East oil is up for Western exploitation!
    Killing one person is murder, killing 100,000 is foreign policy

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    Re: Obama has no strategy yet for dealing with ISIS.

    That's what our foreign policy in the Middle East is
    syria3.jpg

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    re: Obama under fire for admitting no 'strategy yet' for ISIS in Syria [W:446]

    Quote Originally Posted by TheNextEra View Post
    Well when you actually live in the U.S. instead of hiding out in Canada let us know.
    Thousands are dying because of an incompetent US president brought into power by dolts. This is a serious international concern.

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