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Obama talking point for tonight’s debate

Says it all, don’t you think?



15 Responses to “Obama talking point for tonight’s debate”

  1. Jo-Anne says:

    A picture is worth a thousand words, indeed.

  2. Ronald O'Dowd says:

    Warren,

    Could that possibly be a GM truck? And who’s driving?

  3. portage & main says:

    Bin Laden might be dead but Al-Qaida is unfortunately very much alive

  4. Lance says:

    So Bin Laden’s death happened under his watch and he takes ALL the credit for it as if there weren’t other players, other factors, and a past operational history that was there before he even took office as if NONE of the efforts to get him prior bore ANY of this fruit?

    :EYEROLL: Please.

    • Brad says:

      Again, your insight into Obama’s inner circle is illuminating, DoucheHalifax. I mean, from the safety of your mom’s basement, you know every single classified detail of the decision making that goes on in the White House.

      Lance, nobody claims that Bush didn’t exert any efforts to get Bin Laden, it’s just that Bush’s efforts were a little misplaced. We certainly applaud Bush’s efforts to get Bin Laden in Iraq, because everyone knew that’s where he was.

  5. Ronald O'Dowd says:

    Lance,

    Bush and Company blew it at Tora Bora so I doubt they will be bringing it up anytime soon.

    • Lance says:

      Ahhhhh……….the inevitable “blame Bush”. Okay……..

      Is Obama to be praised for “getting Osama bin Laden” as if the Bush administration’s efforts prior to that effect mean nothing, while Obama’s excuse that the economy has perormed so badly under HIS administration is because of the former Bush administation’s policies?

      It seems like the Democrats will take it any way they can.

      • Ronald O'Dowd says:

        Lance,

        When you’ve been the guy sitting in the chair where the buck stops for four long years, it’s a tad rich to still try and nail Bush with ballooning the deficit.

  6. Torgo says:

    So should Kerry in 2004 have shown a billboard with every American solider who had died in the Iraq War to date? Not to mention every Iraqi civilian who had died?

    Or would that simply have been a derail from the greater issues surrounding the war and that election, similar to your current comment?

  7. Raymond says:

    Odd metaphor.

    Rommel is probably the most respected of senior German military officers of WWII. His refusal to execute Jewish POW’s & civilians, his humane treatment of allied POW’s, his well-documented criticisms of Nazi policies and atrocities, and ultimately, his involvement in Valkyrie (which cost him his life) have made him a somewhat revered historical icon.

    I fail to see the connection.

  8. Brad says:

    Obama doesn’t control the budget, moron. It is up to the House to make appropriations. And this year, the Republican dominated Congress voted to cut the State Dept. funding that was earmarked for such security. If Congressman Ryan’s proposal had been an amendment to the US federal budget, a further $400 million would be cut from this security by 2014. So nice call, that “the Obama administration didn’t provide the extra security when it was requested”: I guess the call out for volunteers to provide security in Libya didn’t yield the force that Obama had hoped for, being the paradise that it is, I’m surprised.

  9. Torgo says:

    Interesting:

    You disagree with the Iraq war and would likely call it a mistake. Wouldn’t the failure to provide extra security at embassies and consulates also be seen as a mistake? (That is, if you accept this premise; there are indications that the denied requests for additional security were relatively minor and that additional funding allocations for embassy/consulate security were voted against by a Republican Congress.) If both were a mistake and people died as a result, what exactly is the difference? Other than perhaps the party in power and the ideology of the commentator.

    As well, with regards to your Hussein argument, you could make the same claim for the Soviet occupation of Afghanistan. At least the Islamists were being kept in check while the Soviet Army was in the country. Although, I’m sure both the Afghans and the Iraqis would disagree with this premise.

  10. Patrick says:

    I imagine you must be proud of your racism and ignorance.
    As for that trial, it’s a sad commentary on how science is misunderstood and maligned. This isn’t just a reflection of Italy, but of the world in general where the vested interests have twisted the scientific method into a faux religion that makes decisions about something and then contorts itself to find facts to prove it. So with science as religion the science of global warming can be presented as a global conspiracy instead of a weather model that is attempting to predict the future.

  11. Jen says:

    Warren, this moron has repeatedly abused the long leash you have him on. He makes light of a terrible earthquake that killed many, many people and suggests Italians are the same thing as Jersey Shore. Thinks this is all good fun and silly.

    James, you aren’t funny. You’re pathetic.

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