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According to the bill passed which treats illegals from Mexico differently from illegals in Central America. That law requires due process for illegals from Central America but not Mexico.
Has there been communication with his family?
John Billinger is "His Imminces"?
I only presented what Gen. McChrystal has said.
He never said that.
http://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=barack+obama+gym+workout&FORM=HDRSC3#view=detail&mid=B93BA90D8253B9685E39B93BA90D8253B9685E39
But John Bellinger, who served as a national security adviser to President George W. Bush, said in a Fox News interview Tuesday that he believed Obama did the right thing in recovering Bergdahl. He noted that because the war in Afghanistan is winding down -- U.S. troops will be out by the end of 2016 -- the administration would have had to release the five detainees soon anyway. "Sometime in the next couple of years, whether it's in the beginning of 2015 or shortly thereafter, this conflict in Afghanistan is winding down, and we would be required, at least under the traditional laws of war, to return people that we've detained in that conflict," he said. "So it seems in this case, we've gotten -- we traded them for a reasonable deal here."
Quoting Gen. Stanley McChrystal: “We’re going to have to wait and talk to Sgt. Bergdahl now and get his side of the story,” he said. “One of the great things about America is we should not judge until we know the facts. And after we know the facts, then we should make a mature judgment on how we should handle it.” Asked whether he would have made the same prisoner swap, McChrystal replied: “We don’t leave Americans behind. That’s unequivocal.”
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Don't Stigmatize Murderers!

JustWondering Wrote: May 29, 2014 12:43 PM
Ann doesn't know what she is talking about. It is all over the MSM. Also, very little is being said about the NRA.
From the writer of the article -While it's certainly possible there may be more to the story, filing a "behavior report" Exactly. Seems that recently there was another story about what seemed to be a harsh reaction to another school child, only to find out it was the straw that broke the camel's back. Waiting to react to a story might be prudent.
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