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This was not an intelligence failure, it was Obama's policy choice....
loisonetwo Wrote:8 mins ago (11:22 AM) lol; according to ZombieBart and the GAO - sure thing. Umm, I think it's the GAI......stick with the cut and paste lodeasse, when you and The One freelance and go off teleprompter, it gets ugly... Have a nice day!
Speaking of the devil.....
This will not end well for the US....K T McFarland is predicting that Obama will make a deal with Iran to confront ISIS....the cost of the deal is that Obama will look the other way with regard to their nuclear ambitions, so he can avoid putting US troops in combat...
Like a petulant two yr old....he's gonna do it his way, and damn the consequences....
Val and Obama come from the same matrix.....it's group think. What neither can do is admit that their ideology doesn't work in any place but the ethereal world of academia...
CompCon Wrote:26 mins ago (10:15 AM) The available evidence strongly suggests 0bama learns nothing from anything. Ah, and isn't that the key? He wasn't paying attention on 9/11 in Benghazi, and four died? He wasn't paying attention to ISIS and they swept Iraq? He didn't learn that hitting the campaign trail after Benghazi was not only ignoring his national security responsibilities, but was bad optics....he repeated the same mistakes with Foley and Sotloff. This president either is a very slow learner, or he just doesn't care....
Obama skips the briefings because it doesn't comport with his world view. There isn't anyone responsible to run this part of gov. First, national security is Constitutionally the majority of any president's responsibilities, second....replacing Clapper won't change Obama's ideology...that's the problem.
Talk, talk, talk....lies, lies, lies.....that's all he does..
He doesn't want to know.....it's the Scarlet O'Hara Syndrome that seems to permeate Libtardville....
Apparently you can't fix party loyalty. Scott Walker put Wis back in working order, yet party loyalty is trumping success.
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