Nice post, CL,... you are a true American Patriot,... and like all Americans, the military HATES the blud thirsty commie Kenyan corpse man from heIl.
And the sooner he goes back there the better.
The e fill insane nnuslim munkey must be stopped at any and all costs lest America ceases to exist.
That piece of pagan nnuslim war mongering jhit watched those men die at Benghazi on closed circuit tv while he drank beer and ate popcorn for SEVEN HOURS after giving the order to stand down before jetting off to Vegas to party with their blood still dripping from his heinous hands.
That's a prerequisite for being a teacher in the pubelick skool sistem, the Dems do background checks to make sure the teachers are all Democrat pedophiles and perverts with criminal records BEFORE they're allowed to teach/brainwash the children. They're called liberals.
Corny lose next week? 1 or 2 Dollars? What sap, err chump, err sh-t for brains think? Be number one, huh? Good fundamental...
Repent, you impudent swine, the end is near...
come soon, be number ten. Predict sap lose shirt, socks, and shoes. Also, predict US get ears pinned back. Same same like man strike match light cigarette and burn house down, then neighborhood catch on fire and whole town burn to ground. Be number ten. Events today too incredible for man to wrap mind around, have to be hand of God.
Repent, you incoherent fools, the end is near...
Enjoy ball game soon there won't be any. The wimp liberal feminized girly men are going to do away with it. It's just unsafe and too rough, you can get hurt doing that.
"Indepenedenceday • Aug 29, 2013
The debate over Syria symbolizes how the right wing in the United States uses its racist attitude to
undermine President Obama. First they complain that Obama is weak and the international community will not take him seriously unless he attacks Syria. Then when it looks like the President is about to launch cruise missles, the right wing says either it is a weak response or it is too expensive to risk another war. You see when you deal with racists it really doesn't matter what you do because they will always cast everything the President does as a negative. That is why no one in America takes the right wing seriously any more.":
Indy, Thanks for all you do to be the voice of truth and reason on this board.
Dufus, It has already been scientifically established that liberal men are weaker and more cowardly than conservatives. The world is laughing at abummer and even some liberals are calling him a coward. It has also been established historically that liberals are the real racists. Liberals held the slaves and conservatives fought to free them. Only democrats were members of the KKK, not republicans. Liberals keep the black man down, not conservatives. We could care less what color abummer is (though personally I think he is kind of pink and yellow); and most of us would have gladly supported Herman Cain. No one in the world takes abuumer seriously anymore.
Weaker and more cowardly than you, CL???? scientifically established???? CL, you are proof positive that even GOD deadheads unwanted plants in his garden of many colors!!!
As President Obama continues to push for a plan of limited military intervention in Syria, a new poll of Americans has found that though the nation remains wary over the prospect of becoming involved in another Middle Eastern war, the vast majority of U.S. citizens strongly approve of sending Congress to Syria.
The New York Times/CBS News poll showed that though just 1 in 4 Americans believe that the United States has a responsibility to intervene in the Syrian conflict, more than 90 percent of the public is convinced that putting all 535 representatives of the United States Congress on the ground in Syria—including Senate pro tempore Patrick Leahy, House Speaker John Boehner, House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, and, in fact, all current members of the House and Senate—is the best course of action at this time.
“I believe it is in the best interest of the United States, and the global community as a whole, to move forward with the deployment of all U.S. congressional leaders to Syria immediately,” respondent Carol Abare, 50, said in the nationwide telephone survey, echoing the thoughts of an estimated 9 in 10 Americans who said they “strongly support” any plan of action that involves putting the U.S. House and Senate on the ground in the war-torn Middle Eastern state. “With violence intensifying every day, now is absolutely the right moment—the perfect moment, really—for the United States to send our legislators to the region.”
“In fact, my preference would have been for Congress to be deployed months ago,” she added.
Citing overwhelming support from the international community—including that of the Arab League, Turkey, and France, as well as Great Britain, Iraq, Iran, Russia, Japan, Mexico, China, and Canada, all of whom are reported to be unilaterally in favor of sending the U.S. Congress to Syria—the majority of survey respondents said they believe the United States should refocus its entire approach to Syria’s civil war on the ground deployment of U.S. senators and representatives, regardless of whether the Assad regime used chemical weapons or not.
In fact, 91 percent of those surveyed agreed that the active use of sarin gas attacks by the Syrian government would, if anything, only increase poll respondents’ desire to send Congress to Syria.
Public opinion was essentially unchanged when survey respondents were asked about a broader range of attacks, with more than 79 percent of Americans saying they would strongly support sending Congress to Syria in cases of bomb and missile attacks, 78 percent supporting intervention in cases of kidnappings and executions, and 75 percent saying representatives should be deployed in cases where government forces were found to have used torture.
When asked if they believe that Sen. Rand Paul should be deployed to Syria, 100 percent of respondents said yes.
“There’s no doubt in my mind that sending Congress to Syria—or, at the very least, sending the major congressional leaders in both parties—is the correct course of action,” survey respondent and Iraq war veteran Maj. Gen. John Mill said, noting that his opinion was informed by four tours of duty in which he saw dozens of close friends sustain physical as well as emotional injury and post-traumatic stress. “There is a clear solution to our problems staring us right in the face here, and we need to take action.”