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Perhaps the biggest debacle of all : the Arab Spring. It was a phoney populist uprising orchestrated by Obama with the intention of handing the Middle East over to the Muslim Brotherhood. Fortunately, Egypt's military took down Morsi. However it was too late for Libya and Syria. The Arab world promises to become a blood bath as the caliphate expands.
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Obama's Logical, Fanatical Foreign Policy

james55 Wrote: Aug 29, 2014 7:32 PM
It boggles the mind that in a post 9/11 America that its commander-in-chief would be so passive in his approach to the IS menace. These monsters make Al Qaeda look like the Mickey Mouse Club. Makes you wonder if his Muslim Brotherhood connections have made him a secret supporter of a Sunni caliphate.
The Leftists keep using the same old tired playbook in their TV ads of class warfare, war on women and childen, etc. I keep waiting for the ad showing Tillis in a white sheet and hood. The Demorat party can only attack. They have no fresh ideas to get the country headed in the right direction. Their policies are all abysmal failures.
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Holder's Tantrum

james55 Wrote: Aug 23, 2014 5:53 AM
"The black community needs opportunity not history lessons." I somewhat disagree. The founding of this nation should be a source of inspiration to teach the potential opportunity available to those who really want it. Unfotunately the only history they have been taught about the founders is that they were slave holders. That only reenforces their resentment and mistrust and falsely legitimizes bad behavior.
If I were in charge and one of these homegrown terrorists was apprehended, I would find out which mosque he attended and that mosque would be razed to the ground.
Are you confusing Catholicism with Christianity?
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Barack Obama’s Zero Sum World

james55 Wrote: Aug 19, 2014 5:55 AM
Problem is we've never seen a limited government ideologue in power with maybe the exception of Calvin Coolidge. That would be a good thing. The opposite of that is catastrophic.
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Barack Obama’s Zero Sum World

james55 Wrote: Aug 18, 2014 4:53 PM
That "no victor nor vanquished" line is a load of BS. Politically his "winner take all, my way or the highway" approach with a view to eliminating all opposition has been his governing philosophy. Seeing that at least half the country disagrees with his ideology you would think he would throw us a bone every once in a while to make us feel less disenfranchised. Just because he won by a few million votes he thinks that gives him a mandate to shove his agenda down our throats. Never in American history have we seen such a rigid ideologue occupy the White House.
If the Obama regime and the RINO establishment went after the Jihadists with half as much zeal as they attack the Tea Party the bad guys would be cowering in fear.
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The End of Iraq (Cont'd)

james55 Wrote: Aug 16, 2014 6:44 PM
Obama could not allow Iraq to remain stable after the success of the 2007-08 surge. That would destroy the narrative that the Iraq War was a mistake which helped the Democrats win in 2006 and 2008. Obama politically could not afford to allow a victorious Bush legacy and instead let Iraq descend into chaos. Obama now has the blood of thousands of innocent Iraqis on his hands because he had the ability to stop ISIS militarily but for the sake of politics refused to. At this point it is irrelevant to debate over who's to blame for this atrocity but the focus must now be directed to stopping these genocidal madmen before its too late.
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15 Things I Hate About Politics

james55 Wrote: Aug 16, 2014 6:27 PM
Conservatives don't flip flop. Establishment Republicans do. Big difference. Nice try though.
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