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

    Quote Originally Posted by TheNextEra View Post
    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.
    No argument there.

    Quote Originally Posted by TheNextEra View Post
    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.
    You don't understand... Their vacation was already on the schedule!

    Quote Originally Posted by TheNextEra View Post
    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.
    You can see by the number of posts that I've made that I'm new to the forum. I'm trying to get up to speed and read all the previous posts.
    It will take me a while to figure out who the bullies are on the playground, who has sound advice, who totes the party line regardless of the facts, who wants to engage in thoughtful debate and who the gawkers are. In the mean time I'd appreciate it if you would take a step back.

    Quote Originally Posted by TheNextEra View Post
    Yeah, so obviously the president and congress don't think ISIS is a threat. What do you think of the GOP and Dem leadership?

    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?
    I think both parties suck. However, the GOP sucks less. At least our nation could survive under GOP rule. We have little hope on our current path.

    I fear for the future for the future of our children. The future of our children's children is even more bleak. I think, with a few exceptions, that every member of Congress needs to be voted out of office and replaced with men and women of honor, integrity, and moral fiber. This country needs fresh blood in Washington. More than anytime in our history this country needs individuals with new ideas, a moral compass and no baggage. But I know that will never happen. The system won't allow it. Any decent person that stands up and wants to try... gets torn to shreds by the State controlled media. What will it take to break this death spiral?

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    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 Grant View Post
    Here's another Obama supporter who thinks Congress is the Commander in Chief. Leftists keep making my case for me!
    Again, all you do is lie in your comments. List how WITH QUOTES how I am an Obama supporter. It's always fun watching you lose when you resort to lying in your comments. Sad really, but predictable.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Anthony60 View Post
    Just an incredibly ignorant statement.
    Of course it is, because it goes against your "Dem Bad, GOP good" mentality.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by BringIt View Post
    You don't understand... Their vacation was already on the schedule!
    So was mine, then I had a family crisis so I cancelled it to deal with it instead of going on vacation. It's called being responsible. Maybe you'll learn that someday.

    You can see by the number of posts that I've made that I'm new to the forum. I'm trying to get up to speed and read all the previous posts.
    It will take me a while to figure out who the bullies are on the playground, who has sound advice, who totes the party line regardless of the facts, who wants to engage in thoughtful debate and who the gawkers are. In the mean time I'd appreciate it if you would take a step back.
    Well maybe for someone being so new hear YOU should refrain from making partisan comments about other posters until you do your little research. Makes you look less foolish in the end when you make accusations about poster's beliefs without knowing first.

    I think both parties suck. However, the GOP sucks less. At least our nation could survive under GOP rule. We have little hope on our current path.

    I fear for the future for the future of our children. The future of our children's children is even more bleak. I think, with a few exceptions, that every member of Congress needs to be voted out of office and replaced with men and women of honor, integrity, and moral fiber. This country needs fresh blood in Washington. More than anytime in our history this country needs individuals with new ideas, a moral compass and no baggage. But I know that will never happen. The system won't allow it. Any decent person that stands up and wants to try... gets torn to shreds by the State controlled media. What will it take to break this death spiral?
    Ah you're one of those that actually believes voting for the lesser of two evils without realize your STILL voting for evil. Until people realize the Dem/GOP duopoly has failed us, the country will continue to crumble REGARDLESS who is in charge. I do find it amusing that many conservatives don't mind corruption as long as it is THEIR guys in charge doing it.

    But gosh Daddy, I was always told that a picture is worth a thousand words.
    Real pictures yes, not some photoshopped childish rants. But hey, if that is how you want your debates to like, childish it is then and that is how you will be noted.

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

    Robert Gibbs was on Morning Joe this morning saying that the President shouldn't have said this (about having no strategy), and he & his staff realized it right after he said it, so they are walking it back as best they can. Apparently the senior military officials are enraged with Obama, according to both Gibbs as well as Richard Engel who is MSNBC's Chief Foreign Correspondent, who was on Meet The Press.

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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
    Of course it is, because it goes against your "Dem Bad, GOP good" mentality.
    More ignorance. Not a good strategy. Though, it is similar to Obama's.
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    re: Obama under fire for admitting no 'strategy yet' for ISIS in Syria [W:446]

    Quote Originally Posted by tres borrachos View Post
    Robert Gibbs was on Morning Joe this morning saying that the President shouldn't have said this (about having no strategy), and he & his staff realized it right after he said it, so they are walking it back as best they can. Apparently the senior military officials are enraged with Obama, according to both Gibbs as well as Richard Engel who is MSNBC's Chief Foreign Correspondent, who was on Meet The Press.
    It was a very stupid move on the President's part. I don't see what he or anyone else thought he would gain by saying this. All it has done is emboldened ISIS as it and others view the U.S. as being incompetent. I was happy to see at least Great Britain taking steps against radical Islam in their country.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Anthony60 View Post
    More ignorance. Not a good strategy. Though, it is similar to Obama's.
    More comments from the GOP mouthpiece. That's laughable at best.

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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
    It was a very stupid move on the President's part. I don't see what he or anyone else thought he would gain by saying this. All it has done is emboldened ISIS as it and others view the U.S. as being incompetent. I was happy to see at least Great Britain taking steps against radical Islam in their country.
    That's pretty much what Gibbs was saying (although he said it nicer). It's not like Obama either to open his mouth without thinking about the impact of his words. To his credit, he doesn't do that often.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by TheNextEra View Post
    So was mine, then I had a family crisis so I cancelled it to deal with it instead of going on vacation. It's called being responsible. Maybe you'll learn that someday.

    Well maybe for someone being so new hear YOU should refrain from making partisan comments about other posters until you do your little research. Makes you look less foolish in the end when you make accusations about poster's beliefs without knowing first.

    Ah you're one of those that actually believes voting for the lesser of two evils without realize your STILL voting for evil. Until people realize the Dem/GOP duopoly has failed us, the country will continue to crumble REGARDLESS who is in charge. I do find it amusing that many conservatives don't mind corruption as long as it is THEIR guys in charge doing it.

    Real pictures yes, not some photoshopped childish rants. But hey, if that is how you want your debates to like, childish it is then and that is how you will be noted.
    Wow.

    I'm beginning to think that you actually think that I care what you think.

    Take a deep breath. Try and relax. Learn when to step away from the computer. Lighten Up. Get a dog, son.

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