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Short takes for Sept. 6

September 6, 2013

The ‘red line’ THUMBS DOWN: It seems as if President Barack Obama is trying desperately to avoid shouldering the responsibility of deciding to wage an attack on Syria by passing the buck — not just......

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OIIOHH

Sep-06-13 9:15 AM

Just another idiotic sideshow project from Owe’Bummer to divert people’s attention from his pathetic record on the economy.

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AModerate

Sep-06-13 11:13 AM

I disagree with your premise about going to Congress. Let’s face it, Syria is a no win situation. You either support punishing Assad for using chemical weapons and suffer the consequences of killing innocent people and upsetting a regime that may lead to a worse one in the future, or you let it go and suffer the consequences of him or Iran doing worse things in the future. Congress wanted to be involved and now they are. They need to step up to the plate and accept the consequences of their positions. Obama should not allow Congress to play political games on this issue (I can imagine a Congressman saying “I’ll let you kill 10,000 more people if we get that new highway for my district.) He should lay out a recommendation, let Congress choose a course and LET EVERYONE TAKE RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE CONSEQUENCES.

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AModerate

Sep-06-13 11:14 AM

(Syria continued)I’m tired of hearing people shoot their mouth off, but backtrack on their responsibility. Nobody knows what the future will hold. There is no good solution so someone has to pick the least bad solution and be responsible for it. Like most people, I don’t like either alternative and would prefer to not have to deal with it. The President and now Congress, does not have that option.

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cfh101proof

Sep-07-13 9:13 PM

This is what Obama should do regarding Syria. He should withdraw his foreign non-Syrian mercenary Al Qaeda terrorists (commonly referred to as rebels or protesters. Depending which situation) OUT of Syria and quit using terrorists to create unrest in Nations that are not run by a Rothschild central bank.My god, Asaad never used chemical weapons, he said that himself. The western back terrorist rebels have admitted deploying these weapons. Al Qaeda is on video preparing the rockets. You people MUST get your head out of your****and quit getting your info from the deception networks like everything you see on cable TV. The best news comes from. citizens armed with cameras filming in Syria. l i v e l e a k . c o m has all kinds of videos from on the ground in Syria. Also, read the comments and that is where you will find the truth. Our US government are the biggest terrorists and supporters of terror on the planet. You have been tought up is down and down is up.

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cfh101proof

Sep-07-13 9:25 PM

It's truly liberating when your mind is no longer controlled by lies and propaganda and you can easily decipher the truth from the lies when your awake. And for you war promoters/lovers who are ragging on Obama about not getting involved, don't worry, HE WILL no matter what congress decides. I hope you are ready for WW3 because striking Syria WILL trigger a WW. Our current allies, some at least will turn on us and we will be hit hard right here in America, You think we can't be touched in the states but who will defend us when all our troops are fighting or located in other countries?Israel will be hit immediately after a US strike on Syria and Israel will use nukes and then our futures are over because everyone else will use nukes. You idiots are going to get more than you wanted. Just wait and see.Remember, the smart m fers look like crazy m fers to the stupid m fers. And the cnn fox news education about the world is why you remain like this.

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rangeral

Sep-09-13 8:43 AM

And they said Al Jazeera wouldn't impact Americans!

Where will Obama be on 9/11 this year?

When will justice prevail for Benghazi?

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hartman75

Sep-09-13 12:44 PM

Ok, I'll bite rangeral, how has Al Jazeera impacted America?

As for Obama, he will probably be reading books to a Kindergarten class in Florida on 9/11 instead of seriously looking at intelligence reports that foretell attacks against U.S. targets.

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rangeral

Sep-09-13 5:32 PM

No one knew where he was last year, except that he wasn't doing his job.

I thought he was staying out of Florida like all the cool people. After all, if he had a son he would look just like Trayvon.

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farmkid

Sep-10-13 4:28 PM

Funny al, but I thought all Christians believe that we are created in God's image. Don't you believe?

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rangeral

Sep-10-13 5:47 PM

God loves us all, farmkid. Even you.

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rangeral

Sep-11-13 9:51 AM

One year later - no justice for Benghazi!

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farmkid

Sep-11-13 10:47 AM

Created in God's own image. As much as you don't like it, that includes white, black, red, brown, yellow, etc..

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rangeral

Sep-11-13 11:06 AM

As well as the challenged.

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farmkid

Sep-11-13 12:56 PM

Again, as much as you don't like it. It's good for you to admit to this al. You're growing.

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rangeral

Sep-11-13 1:38 PM

I was referring to you so thanks for appreciating my growth in that I can recognize a fake when I see one.

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farmkid

Sep-11-13 3:24 PM

I suppose so. As self-centered as you are, you're bound to have a lot of mirrors in your house.

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farmkid

Sep-11-13 3:25 PM

You're outmatched by the way.

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rangeral

Sep-11-13 4:16 PM

Certainly not by you, hartman, really, etc.

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farmkid

Sep-12-13 9:04 AM

humbleness, humility, christianity, love, acceptance, generosity...

You're not very clever are you?

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rangeral

Sep-12-13 10:38 AM

When I match wits I like to do so with someone who has them.

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farmkid

Sep-12-13 10:50 AM

Well then, you're disappointed often, (according to you). LOL

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NoBleedingHeartHere

Sep-12-13 1:48 PM

Does anybody remember a particular Presidential debate where Romney stated flatly that Syria would be the end game, if not handled properly? Obama, of course, ridiculed Romney in the next breath!Surprise, Obama is clueless about how to handle the Syrian debacle, and it could indeed become the end game! During the same debate, Romney accurately predicted that Russia would be a big thorn opposite the U.S. at every turn, our biggest political obstacle. Again, Obama very generous with the ridicule. And now Putin is having an easy time making a babbling fool out of our dimwit-in-chief. farmkid, what was that you were once saying about Obama being the lesser of evils at election time? Time to eat your words, I would think.

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hartman75

Sep-12-13 5:21 PM

Thats funny NBHH. So if Romney was so great at predicting the future, why did he run for President knowing he would lose?

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rangeral

Sep-12-13 8:03 PM

hartman - still waiting for what you are doing personally to save energy.

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NoBleedingHeartHere

Sep-13-13 9:58 AM

hartmann, in the true fashion of Obama and his lapdog liberals, you went right to ridicule, dispensing with reality. You played exactly to the point I was making. Slowly now, we're not talking prediction here. We're talking about someone with Romney's ability to analyze and make assessments as opposed to Obama's pathetic cluelessness. But then a true liberal like Obama, and you, has more fun ridiculing than acknowledging reality.

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