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Obama’s Moment to Seize the Day in Iraq

MrPaul Wrote: 1 hour ago (10:19 AM)
This guy has a PhD in political science and is a professor at Georgetown University. His column reinforces questions being asked about the quality of a college education. "beginning to seize the moment"? Just how long will that take Obama to seize the moment? If he would not have taken 30 days to seize the moment when the prospect of rescuing Foley was first proposed the man might be alive today. Of course, one cannot expect such things as an American's safety to interfere the President's golf game. "strategy of defensive containment"? Do you really think that withdrawing all American troops was a strategy of defensive containment? "propitious for Obama to switch from containment to rollback"? Well if rollback works as well as his containment, we are in deep doo doo. Here is a tip professor, there is a need to obliterate ISIS for our own safety. That has nothing to do with Iraqi politics.
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Hey Obama, David Cameron Has a Strategy

MrPaul Wrote: 3 hours ago (8:21 AM)
Don't tell the Democrats this, but they might fair better in the upcoming election if they went to Obama and told him its time to step down.
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Obama’s 5 Worst Foreign Policy Decisions

MrPaul Wrote: 4 hours ago (7:14 AM)
Telling Putin that after the election he would be more flexible was another Obama lie. In the political lexicon of the Obama presidency flexible means spineless, and Obama was already that.
Poor grammar? In ebonics anything is possible.
I don't find Obama to be a disappointment. Actually, he is better than I expected. I didn't realize he could play golf.
Here is a solution. Put a tiny redskin potato on each players helmet and let it be known that the Indian on the helmet is just art work. The term redskin actually applies to the potato. Let's just hope potato farmers won't be offended.
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Obama About to Fire His Smoking Gun Again

MrPaul Wrote: Aug 29, 2014 9:53 AM
Seawolf, in one post you say we have term limits, yet in your next post you ask how do we get these homesteaders to leave. I suggest the answer IS term limits which is something we really do not have. Yes, we have elections but there is a completely different dynamic when a politician thinks he can get re-elected versus when he knows he is not even eligible. Those who think they can get re-elected are all too often willing to make a deal with the devil to win. With term limits I think the chances are far better that politicians will put country first instead of themselves.
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Has Hillary Ever Been Right?

MrPaul Wrote: Aug 29, 2014 9:03 AM
If you haven't read "What Would Reagan Do" by Newt Gingrich, please do so. Remember when you read it that Gingrich wrote it, not Reagan. The man understands this world and how to deal with it. Let's hope he runs for President in 2016.
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Obama About to Fire His Smoking Gun Again

MrPaul Wrote: Aug 29, 2014 8:42 AM
This issue like so many others cries out TERM LIMITS. A politicians first priority must be his country, not himself. If the American public demanded term limits they could be passed into law.
Absolutely, but that doesn't let her parents off the hook.
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