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Obama's All-Hat-No-Cattle Diplomacy

annfan_777 Wrote: Apr 18, 2012 2:19 PM
RyanM Wrote: 4 hours ago (10:00 AM) Obama ranks right up there with worthless presidents who have made bad decisions, some deliberately. He belongs right up there with the most recent presidents, the two Bushes and Clinton --------------- Both Bushes were great men who loved America and did everything they could to keep America safe and ensure American values were upheld and respected. Clinton was a lowlife sleazeball (typical Democrat) and Obama is quite simply the WORST president in US history, bar none.
Blair31 Wrote: Apr 18, 2012 8:57 PM
Yes, they were. So, too, was Clinton. Being a sleazeball isn't a Democratic monopoly. Remember Richard
Nixon?
mleinbach Wrote: Mar 15, 2013 8:03 PM
Richard Nixon Bugged a room.

What makes you liberals think that you can compare bugging a room to cheating on your wife?

OH That's right! YOU DONT THINK MARRIAGE MEANS ANYTHING!! You would let anyone marry anything!!

RyanM Wrote: Apr 18, 2012 3:48 PM
Yes, Ann, that is what I hear from neocon talk radio about the Bushes. Both of them showed their great love for the nation by flooding it with illegals and pursued economic policies that resulted in a loss of manufacturing jobs. Who needs those? We're a "service economy" today.

I'm really delighted over the greatness of W whenever I have to use a Bush bulb instead of a incandescent 100 watt bulb.

And there is the TARP as well W wanted, such is his love for America and its values.

Bottom line is one is a Rockefeller Republican while the other is a cat's paw for the neocons.

It is only logical that after such love Obama would be inevitable as president.
mleinbach Wrote: Mar 15, 2013 8:00 PM

The multinational negotiations held over the weekend in Turkey with the ostensible purpose of halting Iran's nuclear weapons program will be followed by - drum roll - yet another round of talks in late May. Not surprisingly, the Iranian regime is calling this diplomatic exercise "a success."

Indeed, it is from their perspective. The Persians are, after all, the people who invented chess. They have millennia-old experience haggling about carpets and other merchandise in the bazaar. And they have the Obama administration and the rest of the so-called "international community" right where such strategically minded folks with a gift for besting...