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  • corpusamericana corpusamericana Apr 25, 2013 6:59 PM Flag

    SYRIA Crosses Obama's "Red Line" and Obama Punts!

    Punts it to the UN!!

    LOL!! Obama's credibility is pure Jackshyt!

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    • Of course he punts. After all he has John Kerry, who served in Vietnam, as lead diplomat. What do you expect? BTW, why is Syria our problem? Seriously. I am not aware that the US is supposed to be the world's sheriff. And, I've observed that whenever a despotic tyrant is removed in an area that has a religion of kill-thy-neighbor-if-he-doesn't-agree-with-you, the situtation soon turns much worse. Assad is a very bad guy, but the people waiting on the sidelines are considerably worse. Just look at what is happening in Egypt and Tunisia (note to liberals: Tunisia is where the US ambassador was murdered along with three others and the US populace still doesn't know how that happened -- why is that? Of course you can echo H.R. Clinton's rant -- what difference does it make now?).

    • He us either a true wimp or a supporter of Muslim causes.

    • The Presidential Wheel Turns
      Disaffection for Bush gave us Obama. That explains the new affection for Bush.

      By PEGGY NOONAN
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      Barack Obama was elected president in 2008 because he was not George W. Bush. In fact, he was elected because he was the farthest thing possible from Mr. Bush. On some level he knew this, which is why every time he got in trouble he'd say Bush's name. It's all his fault, you have no idea the mess I inherited. As long as Mr. Bush's memory was hovering like Boo Radley in the shadows, Mr. Obama would be OK.
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      In all his recent interviews Mr. Bush has been modest, humorous, proud but unassuming, and essentially philosophical: History will decide. No finger-pointing or scoring points. If he feels rancor or resentment he didn't show it. He didn't attempt to manipulate. His sheer normality seemed like a relief, an echo of an older age.

      And all this felt like an antidote to Obama—to the imperious I, to the inability to execute, to the endless interviews and the imperturbable drone, to the sense that he is trying to teach us, like an Ivy League instructor taken aback by the backwardness of his students. And there's the unconscious superiority. One thing Mr. Bush didn't think he was was superior. He thought he was luckily bo

      • 1 Reply to hillary_is_sewage
      • The Presidential Wheel Turns
        Disaffection for Bush gave us Obama. That explains the new affection for Bush.

        By PEGGY NOONAN
        Like this columnist
        Barack Obama was elected president in 2008 because he was not George W. Bush. In fact, he was elected because he was the farthest thing possible from Mr. Bush. On some level he knew this, which is why every time he got in trouble he'd say Bush's name. It's all his fault, you have no idea the mess I inherited. As long as Mr. Bush's memory was hovering like Boo Radley in the shadows, Mr. Obama would be OK.

        This week something changed. George W. Bush is back, for the unveiling of his presidential library. His numbers are dramatically up. You know why? Because he's the farthest thing from Barack Obama.

        Obama fatigue has opened the way to Bush affection.
        ***

        In all his recent interviews Mr. Bush has been modest, humorous, proud but unassuming, and essentially philosophical: History will decide. No finger-pointing or scoring points. If he feels rancor or resentment he didn't show it. He didn't attempt to manipulate. His sheer normality seemed like a relief, an echo of an older age.

        And all this felt like an antidote to Obama—to the imperious I, to the inability to execute, to the endless interviews and the imperturbable drone, to the sense that he is trying to teach us, like an Ivy League instructor taken aback by the backwardness of his students.
        ***
        This is EXACTLY spot on. Let Biden take over. U.S. can't take 3 more years of this clown. IMPEACH PELOSI NOW!!!

    • "This week something changed. George W. Bush is back, for the unveiling of his presidential library. His numbers are dramatically up. You know why? Because he's the farthest thing from Barack Obama.

      Obama fatigue has opened the way to Bush affection.

      In all his recent interviews Mr. Bush has been modest, humorous, proud but unassuming, and essentially philosophical: History will decide. No finger-pointing or scoring points. If he feels rancor or resentment he didn't show it. He didn't attempt to manipulate. His sheer normality seemed like a relief, an echo of an older age.

      And all this felt like an antidote to Obama—to the imperious I, to the inability to execute, to the endless interviews and the imperturbable drone, to the sense that he is trying to teach us, like an Ivy League instructor taken aback by the backwardness of his students. And there's the unconscious superiority."

      Obama is an incompetent shameless Ivy League fool in love with his own folly and endless Fups!

    • Sounds too much like Saddam's non existent WMD's. Maybe Obama diesn't want to go down that path. If that's so, as much as I dislike him I'll give him credit.

      • 1 Reply to lewcor
      • They are Saddam's non-existent WMD's... all of which were shipped into Syria in January 2003... at the insistence of the GD Russians, who desperately wanted to make the War unpopular... and Putin knew that the Democrat Pigs in Congress and their Press whures would play the finger-pointing lie lie lie treason game better than anyone! No one knows how to FOVER our troops better than the Democrat Party, especially in the middle of a War they are not running!!

 
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