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What Went Wrong Last Tuesday

jimmylynn Wrote: Nov 12, 2012 8:52 AM
binder Wrote: (5:29 AM) "Willard Mittens Romney thinks Russia is our number one enemy. When Pakistan shut down the supply routes to Afghanistan (for the US military!) ...other backup supply routes went through RUSSIA. If Willard had become president, then US military forces in Afghanistan would have been in the same situation the French army was in at Dien Bien Phu in 1953! " You mean the situation they currently find themselves in....depending on Russia to move their arms?The situation in Pakistan was due to Obama's belief that he had iron clad support from Pakistan and his sloppy foreign policy. Who do you think is responsible for Pakistan shutting down those supply lines?.....Obama.
jimmylynn Wrote: Nov 12, 2012 8:57 AM
“...the major supply route to landlocked NATO forces ..Pakistan closed those routes after a U.S. attack on the Pakistani side of the border killed 24 Pakistani soldiers... “

A Pakistani newspaper is quoting one of the country’s ministers as stating he wants President Obama to ... become the “Caliph,” or ruler, of the Islamic nation.
...all the problems of Muslim World would be solved,” stated Minister of State for Industries and Productions Ayatullah Durrani, according to Pakistan’s The Nation newspaper.
...Duranni reportedly stated that Obama becoming supreme Islamic leader would be the “key to success.”
jimmylynn Wrote: Nov 12, 2012 8:57 AM

Imad Husain a Pakistani and Obama's freshman roommate
Mohammed Hasan Chandoo a wealthy Pakistani freind of Obama when he was a freshmam.
Wahid Hamid a wealthy Pakistani freind of Obama when he was a freshmam. Hamid and Obama traveled to Karachi, Pakistan ...and stayed with the family of Mohammed Hasan Chandoo. ...during a three week period ..after his graduation from Occidental.
Sohale Siddiqi is described as "a short, well-built Pakistani" who smoked marijuana, snorted cocaine and liked to party. Siddiqi was from Karachi, Pakistan, and Obama's roommate when he attended Columbia University.

Disbelief is the word that defines the Republican state of mind in the wake of the 2012 re-election of President Barack Obama.

The obvious questions are: “How can Americans have re-elected a president who has presided over an economy where unemployment still hovers at 8 percent ?”

And, “How can Americans have re-elected a president who still doesn’t grasp that his big government policies are what have blocked our economic recovery?”

The Republican Party needs to take responsibility for this disaster.

Nothing in the outcome of this election is a surprise. The realities which produced these election results have...