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  • an_obama_nation an_obama_nation Oct 3, 2013 5:47 PM Flag

    The country is sick and tired of having no leader, last night proved it again

    If you want to stand firm, stand firm.

    What you don't do is summon those in a position of power, have them waste their time thinking there will be a discussion and tell them you are standing firm.

    That is arrogant, in your face, punkdom, nothing more. A real leader may stand firm, he would never arrange such a confrontation.

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    • "The country is sick and tired of having no leader,"

      Hawcreek prefers those leaders like Bush that leads the country into recession by Financial Disasters and Great Recessions.

    • "What you don't do is summon those in a position of power, have them waste their time thinking there will be a discussion and tell them you are standing firm."

      A President does do this. It isn't wasting time telling those in power their options, talk some sense into them.

      The President stands firm for American values, and you spin it bad..

      This President does nothing bad, he does a good job and does everything with the country's best interests in mind. He is a kind, smart, family man who has no ill intentions towards anyone. You have made him something he isn't in your mind. You can't stand it he won.

    • Hawfaeces In days of old insurrectionists like you were hanged-- as late as 1865 they were driven into the sea or starved in their burned down Atlanta-- don't think you will get away with it either when this thing comes to a head

 
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