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War of 1812: Waging War With the Navy You Have

Jay Wye Wrote: Jul 11, 2012 9:29 AM
"once is accidental,twice is coincidence,three times is enemy action." Comrade Obama blocked nuclear power by closing Yucca Mountain,is going after coal via EPA,has blocked Gulf and ANWR oil drilling,and is now going after fracking,doing everything possible to block US oil production. He killed the Keystone XL pipeline. Coal,oil,and nuclear is over 70% of US energy sources. See a pattern here? there's a concerted effort by Comrade Obama to reduce US energy supplies,which DIRECTLY diminishes the US economy. Then there's the LOST treaty and it's "redistribution of wealth". It's all part of his efforts to weaken the US economically,politically,and militarily.
Jay Wye Wrote: Jul 11, 2012 9:30 AM
He's already insulted our allies and aided our enemies,blocked military equipment such as fighter jets,downsizing the military,and qu eered up the military.
And now he wants to cut our nuclear inventory to 300-400 warheads,after shutting down most anti-ballistic missile defense,leaving us vulnerable to a first strike. Unilateral action,not getting ANY matching cuts from Russia and China. Comrade Hussein signed New START that cuts our nuclear weaponry,but allows Russia to build UP to the limits,and doesn't affect China at all.
Comrade Obama IS the muslim Manchurian Candidate.
frank18 Wrote: Jul 11, 2012 11:56 AM
Anything you would think he might do "the right thing", he does exactly the opposite. And people still believe in him - Lord help us all
Jay Wye Wrote: Jul 11, 2012 7:30 PM
some folks cannot see the "big picture" or "connect the dots".
they are sheep,"useful idiots".
Last month (June 18) marked the 200th anniversary of the start of the War of 1812. In this "second round" of the Revolutionary War, a weak, aggrieved yet ornery United States confronted its former colonial master, the eminently powerful but also riled Great Britain.

The diplomatic vocabularies of several current international conflicts echo, albeit distantly, 1812's route to war. Economic sanctions and (backfiring) embargoes aggravated U.S.-British relations. Britain's apparent lack of respect for U.S. sovereignty angered Americans. The forced "impressment" of U.S. sailors into Royal Navy service, usually backed by the threatened broadside of a RN warship, was a Yankee cause...