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Why Won't Obama Just Leave Ukraine Alone

Enn Wrote: Aug 05, 2014 2:20 AM
Ron Paul asks: "Why are they risking a major war with Russia to deny people in Ukraine the right to self-determination?" When Ukraine elected pro-Russian President Viktor Yanukovych, he didn't promise to embark on closer ties with Russian in opposition to public and government dissent, or steal from the public purse to enrich himself, or to invite Russian troops into Crimea, or to have his soldiers kill Ukrainians protesting his corrupt regime in Kiev's Independence Square. The Ukraine parliament was favoring closer ties with the European Union, but the corrupt, thieving President Viktor Yanukovych would have none of it, and used lethal power against his own citizens. Living under this brutal President is what Ron Paul calls Ukraine's "right to self-determination". But Ukraine's right to self-determination was ousting their thug of a President who called the Russian military into Crimea and likely gave the nod to Russia to infiltrate eastern Ukraine to train and arm Russian sympathizers, many of whom are actual Russian soldiers, wearing masks to hide their identity. With all this happening, perhaps Mr. Paul also forgot that the USA promised protection to Ukraine for dismantling both its nuclear and non-nuclear arsenal years ago, which it did. This is Ron Paul's "self-determination". It's good that he left politics: He doesn't understand it. His son Rand Paul seems to be cut from the same cloth, so I hope he loses if he runs in the Republican primary for Presidential candidate in 2016.
Hillary Clinton claims that Hamas shelters its rockets in mosques and schools in Gaza because: "Gaza's pretty small and it's very densely populated. They put their command and control of Hamas military leaders in those civilian areas" Clinton is wrong: Hamas does have a choice. Hamas could choose to stop firing rockets into Israel, recognize Israel's right to exist and negotiate in good faith for a lasting peace. It is absolutely shameful that Clinton is making excuses, rationalizing Hamas' decision to use the innocent civilians of Gaza as human shields to protect its rockets, thereby facilitating the deaths of the same people it has sworn to represent and protect by being the elected government in Gaza. Shame on Hillary Clinton to being an apologist for the death cult which is Hamas.
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What the Media Won't Report About Flight MH17

Enn Wrote: Jul 22, 2014 4:14 AM
Ron Paul states: "Without US-sponsored "regime change," it is unlikely that hundreds would have been killed in the unrest that followed. Nor would the Malaysian Airlines crash have happened." Mr. Paul, It wasn't a "crash", as you state: It was a deliberate missile stick that blew the jet to pieces in mid-flight. Talk about propaganda! Mr. Paul is going beyond insinuating US culpability: He is saying that the US is to blame for the shooting down or this jet and the murder of the passengers. For Mr. Paul to make the quoted statement is ridiculous, highly offensive, delusional, disgusting and shameful.
President Barack Obama is the worst president since World War II, 33 percent of American voters say, vs. 28 percent picking President George W. Bush. Obama has beat Bush decisively as worst President! Another Democrat victory! But the best is yet to come: With over two more years of screwing things up, Obama is not even close to hitting his bottom. Lets just hope that America survives this disastrous President.
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Scott Brown to Receive Big Endorsement Today

Enn Wrote: Jul 03, 2014 5:13 PM
Governor Romney states that he will not run for the Republican candidate for President in 2016, but I bet that his private polls show that he would win against a general Democrat candidate by a statistically significant margin. Those millions of Republicans that stayed away from the voting booths in 2012 because they thought that Romney 'wasn't conservative enough' would come out in droves in 2016 to support him. Add Texas Gov. Rick Perry in as VP for the ticket and they'd be the Republican Dream Team. Unstoppable.
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Obama Seeks an Escape From the Middle East

Enn Wrote: Jul 03, 2014 2:52 PM
That'll get him a second Nobel Peace Prize.
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Obama Seeks an Escape From the Middle East

Enn Wrote: Jul 03, 2014 2:00 PM
When Obama has done everything he can to 'fundamentally transform' America, with its enemies breathing down its neck and its economy in tatters, will Americans choose to fight themselves over the scraps, or will they choose to rebuild?
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Obama Seeks an Escape From the Middle East

Enn Wrote: Jul 03, 2014 1:40 PM
Obama's disastrous middle-east policy of floundering and 'red-lining', and his Reset-Whatever policy with respect to Russia and Putin's invasion of Ukraine has sent a clear message to America's enemies: "Green light on attacking US interests and allies at least until January 2017." That's more than enough time to create serious problems and a clear and present danger for America, her allies and world peace. What if some nut-job like North Korea's Kim Jong-un or a surrogate attacked the US homeland? If the feces-hits-the-fan in 2015 or 2016, what is Obama's political escape Plan B? Complete surrender and a second Nobel Peace Prize, coupled with a massive increase in welfare payments and domestic food stamp allowances? Could the Democrat Party, with help from its media-propaganda allies, buy its way out of a complete disaster? Obama may be the Worst President Ever, but the one and only thing he's good at is campaigning. I hope there are enough pieces to pick up when sanity finally returns to the Oval Office, with America's best interests at heart.
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The March of the Tolerance Stormtroopers

Enn Wrote: Jun 20, 2014 7:59 AM
As if there aren't enough serious problems to solve, or perhaps because there is, the channel is changed to ridiculous, fabricated 'political correctness' issues. What's next? A new federal government Department of Tolerance? A federal government Tolerance Registry of 'offensive' words that are to be banned from public discourse? Repeal of the First Amendment? (They'll call it an 'amendment to the First Amendment.') Beware the day when the Democrats have majorities in both houses of Congress, teamed up with a Democrat President. Let's stop this madness now, before it's too late.
"The national average price for a gallon of regular climbed to over $3.66 this week -- compared to $1.90 a gallon on the day Obama was inaugurated." The price of gasoline has essentially doubled since Obama became President. What makes this painful economic reality even more outrageous is that exploding energy prices was the stated policy goal of Steven Chu, Obama's Energy secretary. When Obama was shouting "hope and change" to adoring crowds during the 2008 election, it's unfortunate that so few people took heed of the changes he was proposing: A poorer America, more unemployment, skyrocketing energy prices and a weaker America in a world packed with enemies of freedom.
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