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Obama's 'Writ' Unleashed War Criminals

anonymous3218 Wrote: Oct 03, 2012 6:13 PM
So? There's a span of 13 years here in which Romney may have reassessed his position OR these two statements could be taken out of context. Soundbites and bumper sticker statements are a very lame way to prove your point -- which still remains a question. Obama changes his point of view from day to day, year to year, audience to audience. He says what he thinks the people want to hear or need to hear in order for him to maintain his popularity and control. You, zipher, are being silly.
Blair31 Wrote: Oct 03, 2012 6:45 PM
I think Zipher's our old "friend" WodenofAzgard. Among the other names he uses on here. Flag
him.
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