So he sits down with the Taliban and shortly into negotiations, 4 service men are killed by these folks that want nothing more but to rid the earth of us,, Since when does the US negotiate with terrorists? And if that's not enough, he's going to do it again!! How many more US citizens have to be killed until this dum*ba*s*s gets a clue how to be a leader,, The entire world is going,BaaHaaahahhahaha at us,, Wonder what he would say to his daughters if they were to ask, daddy, why did you let those four fellers die,, I guess he could say, which ones?,,
C, this guy is definitely in over his head. He will leave this country in shambles when he goes. The people who voted this guy in ought to be proud of themselves. NOT ! Yet, most of them still think he is doing a good job. Yes, a good job wrecking the country. I swear, it seems that is what they want. Now its on to an amnesty bill that makes no sense at all.. We can look forward to a population increase of 46 million in 20 years time. And these jokers think his will lower the debt they piled up. Oh, I forgot, it is all W;s fault.
What's wrong with trying to make a little peace. Who cares if they attacked America and flew airplanes into our buildings killing over 3000 US citizens. Get over it....
If anyone thinks The Dear Leader has our welfare in mind, they are nuts. He's a megalomaniac who cares only about himself and he has millions of brain dead followers, a few on this MB.
BY: MICHAEL BARONE
The United States is now engaged in negotiations with the Taliban, as the Washington Examiner reports. How successful are these likely to be? Useful guidance comes from the 2009 book by John Bew, Martyn Frampton and Inigo Gurruchaga, Talking to Terrorists: Making Peace in Northern Ireland and the Basque Country. The claim is often made, notably by former Prime Minister Tony Blair, that you have to talk to terrorists in order to get them to make peace. Bew, Frampton and Gurruchaga agree, but only up to a point. They recount the long negotiations between the British government and Northern Ireland terrorists and the Spanish government and the Basque terrorists, and conclude that negotiations–talking–can lead to peace, but only after the terrorists come to believe that they cannot achieve their goals. The government must win, and win clearly, first, and only then can negotiations work.