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Yeah, you thought when you voted for Obozo there was any difference from Bush.
The beginning of sorrows, and the end of liberty, and the destabilization of the whole ME celebrated by the Katie "Panties-Bunched" Pavlich as the watershed moment of American exceptionalism. I loved this quote from VDH on the whole sordid mess of dealing with the ME, and are stupid wars: "The Islamic State is still trying to overthrow Assad. If the Obama administration is now bombing the Islamic State, is it then helping Assad? Or when America did not bomb Assad, did it help the Islamic State? Which of the two should Obama bomb -- or both, or neither?"
I agree to an extent. They have no navy, and no airforce. Their threat to the US would come domestically grown only. It would be a hell of a lot cheaper and probably more effective to revoke all Visas from terrorist exporting countries, and isolate them economically to the greatest extent possible.
"This law has made our healthcare system a lot better".... Of course this J&ck&$$ has only one metric on which to judge this.....and the metric he depends on has nothing to do with healthcare, and is full of presumptions that people who enrolled in the ACA actually paid for their insurance.
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Ann Coulter's Conservative Sell-Out

Contra Mundum Wrote: Feb 05, 2014 3:45 PM
2008.....TH must be out of material.
In response to:

Ann Coulter's Conservative Sell-Out

Contra Mundum Wrote: Feb 05, 2014 3:44 PM
They are so far right that they are left.
It can be defeated, eh? Not to defend BHO, but I always find it ironic....it was Bush who fought to bring "democracy" to the ME....and he was preceeded by a long line of ME interventionists. Now, I imagine that most TH'ers are ideological follwers of the cult of neoconservatism....but why in the world would you take on a religion whose adherents number in the range of 1.6Billion world-wide. Just how will you defeat 1.6Billion without genocide and whose "ideology" has no compassion when it comes to the infidel. And consider the costs left in the wake of Bush in his decades war against this ideology....talk about wicked evil....and the cult of dominating the entire world.
How surprising the neocon townhall would hi-light this complete low-light. this isn't winning any war....You can't win a war from 10000 feet. If anything it creates more opportunity for what the CIA calls blowback. The costs are incomprehensible and cannot be calculated. And knowing the government, its probably screwing everything up and prolonging this undeclared non-war war. And for the idiots of Townhall who try to misconstrue that I believe we shouldn't defend ourselves..... The operative word is "defend". Not go on the offense in their sandbox where the enemy is not easily identifiable, collateral damage is hard to contain or costs computed. There are many things we could do which would better serve the peace...like getting out of middle east politics as Thomas Jefferson and George Washington once recommended.
Trying to recall, what did Iraq have to do with 911? Trying to get a republican to admit the WMD thing that led to war was a huge clusterf*$! is like trying to get a Democrat to admit Obamacare is complete fail.
Heh. Yeah, Republicans have nothing to do with this like Democrats have nothing to do with Obummercare
Why does Putin sound like the voice of reason? Because the world has been turned upside down and America with its domestic surveillance, domestic and international police state, progressive taxes, socialized healthcare is surely becoming the evil empire.
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