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Thread: The Sovereignty of USA

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    Re: The Sovereignty of USA

    Quote Originally Posted by Cavendish View Post
    Yeah, the Jews control the U.S.


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    Re: The Sovereignty of USA

    Quote Originally Posted by PoS View Post
    First time Ive seen a foreigner get so many standing ovations from US Congressmen in defiance of the president. Its disturbing just how much influence Isreal has over our country when so many of our politicians bow down to Bibi as if he was the President rather than Obama.
    Netanyahu doesn't like Muslims. Americans don't like Muslims. Obama respects Muslims, probably because he lived in Indonesia, which makes him bad.

    Therefore Netanyahu > Obama in the minds of many.

    Don't believe me? Here's your evidence:

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    Re: The Sovereignty of USA

    Quote Originally Posted by brothern View Post
    Netanyahu doesn't like Muslims. Americans don't like Muslims. Obama respects Muslims, probably because he lived in Indonesia, which makes him bad.

    Therefore Netanyahu > Obama in the minds of many.

    Don't believe me? Here's your evidence:
    Where is Obama mentioned in that quote?
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    Re: The Sovereignty of USA

    Quote Originally Posted by Cavendish View Post
    Yeah, the Jews control the U.S.

    Naturally.
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    Re: The Sovereignty of USA

    Quote Originally Posted by Cavendish View Post
    Yeah, the Jews control the U.S.

    according to bibi ,yes
    "Sovereignty is not given, it is taken." ATATÜRK

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    Re: The Sovereignty of USA

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    Probably because it was a republican controlled congress, attempting to humiliate a democratic president. What hypocrisy. You'd never put up with a democratically controlled congress seeking foreign answers to US foreign policy.
    Why not? I am admittedly not very happy with Obama's performance, but I am not overly interested in the party that happens to be in place. The two parties have politicians that differ so widely on almost every topic within the parties, that it seems more a question of the candidate than the organization.

    But even if it were a question of party preferences, the invitation by the Legislative would not be a question of US sovereignty as much as constitutional precedent.

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    Re: The Sovereignty of USA

    Quote Originally Posted by joG View Post
    Why not? I am admittedly not very happy with Obama's performance, but I am not overly interested in the party that happens to be in place. The two parties have politicians that differ so widely on almost every topic within the parties, that it seems more a question of the candidate than the organization.
    Don't know that I'd disagree with you on that. As to this precedence, it's bad, and hopefully we won't see a democratic tit for tat.
    Killing one person is murder, killing 100,000 is foreign policy

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    Re: The Sovereignty of USA

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    Don't know that I'd disagree with you on that. As to this precedence, it's bad, and hopefully we won't see a democratic tit for tat.
    Tit for tat would not be in our interest. You are right.

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    Re: The Sovereignty of USA

    Quote Originally Posted by BrewerBob View Post
    I don't think Congress needs the President's permission to invite a head of state. But we gave him that platform two weeks before he is up for re-election and that is just not something we typically do. Why weren't his opponents invited to speak? It just doesn't set right with me. And the over-the-top welcoming was a little embarrassing.

    When it comes to Iran's nuclear program Netanyahu has cried wolf so many times I just can't take him seriously anymore.
    I totally agree. Patronizing even. And it's not that the executive branch has to give permission, but the whole thing is an embarrassment. But such is GOP hatred for the president, they felt it was worth it.
    Killing one person is murder, killing 100,000 is foreign policy

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    Re: The Sovereignty of USA

    I think that any country that receives substantial US aid should require their head of government to make a speech before Congress each year.

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