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  1. Harry Boy

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    #24 Jersey

    Obama is strutting around like he's wearing a Viagra patch
    ... like Buford Pusser Obama is Walking Tall carrying some big wood.

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    Bin Laden is dead (so they say) the wars should end Gitmo should be closed, today, the phony liberal democrat anti war dopes went into convulsions over "war & gitmo" when the hated Bush was president where are they today,

    George Bush showed a lot of class not showing up at ground zero with that phony liar, good for him.

    Why is there no more anger and sadness over WAR, I thought liberal democrats were against war, the same wars go on, why are the double standard democrats silent, where are the marches on washington, what happened to all of the outrage over gitmo, in the white house picture of the Bin Laden raid goofy Pant Suit Hillary looked like she was attending a friends wake, does Pant Suit feel that emotion when one of the Obama Drones kill people.

    Questions:
    Why did President Jug Ears wait so long to address the Birth Certificate, what is he hiding.

    Why won't they release the picture and show the world what a great thing they have done.
    Bullsh!t

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    For the 80th time HB, congress passed a resolution saying he could not close Guantanamo.. so bytch about them..
     
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    bush didn't show up at ground zero?

    what a dick lol
     
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    That "congessional resolution" wouldn't have meant sh!t back in the good old days when "The Cindy Sheehan Gang" were camped out down in Crawford Texas slobbering and blubbering about the poor little Muslims down in Gitmo and the "terrible wars".

    Nothing has changed, they've got worse, where are all of those frantic slobbering whailing "war protesters" did the Obama Gang tranquilize them, dirty f-cking phony bastards.

    All they ever wanted was Bush, they don't give a sh!t about the atrocities and suffering of WAR, they are rotten sh!t bum hateful nasty scumsucking rats.

    I moon the whole putrid lot of them.


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    So you want this prez to do what the last prez did.. LIE?? How did that work out for you???

    Keep looking for the celebrities to protest the war which is idiotic, all you have to do is go down the street to Brunswick.. they are out there regularly.. or you can just stay home read Drudge to find out what the Hollywood Wife Swappers are or are not doing..

    Or you can just keep posting your lies on this board.. guess you will choose this one.
     
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    I haven't seen "Jug Ears" being a "bad-ass" or "strutting." I've seen him thanking the seal team, I've seen him pretty solemnly showing up at ground zero, not as a daily backdrop, as a one-time commemoration of one event that's pretty damn important to a lot of people there. I haven't seen him talking so constantly about this phony "war" on terror that it's like it's all there is to talk about.

    Ask yourself what Bush would be doing and saying had his bumblers (or traitors, take your pick) actually chosen or been able to get Bin Laden.

    He of the "mission accomplished" moment. He of the flight suit. He of the daily color-coded "terror alerts," and the "dead or alive" rhetoric, and the cowboy chuckles. The brave, happy warrior who never served himself, who gladly invaded the wrong country (that happened to try to kill Pa, and happened to have a bunch of oil.)

    He'd be crowing from every rooftop.

    If Obama wanted press, he could engineer a lot of press out of this.

    To my eye, he's not doing a lot of reveling and bragging and boasting. He's just saying we got him, good day for America. He's thanking the guys that actually did the job.

    The Seal team, by the way, wouldn't identify the guy who pulled the trigger. How cool is that? It's a team. And guess what? Obama said, okay.

    I don't see Obama busting out in huge grins and wise-cracking and chuckling here, that's just me. Seems to me he's taking it the way he takes everything - the highs aren't as high as they seem and the lows aren't as low.

    pFnV
     
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    #18 Jersey

    But why aren't the war protesters protesting as angrily as when Bush was president? That is one of the biggest mysteries regarding liberal Americans.

    Where are they?

    They SHOULD be protesting even more angrily and more visibly since the wars have gone on much, much longer than when Bush was president
     
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    Once again let me explain the peace movement, it is not done by folks behind keyboards.. it is done with folks with feet on the ground. So if you are hoping and wishing for change it begins with you.

    Let me refresh your memory, the outrage with Bush was over the war in Iraq which was based on lies, currently we are drawing down troops from Iraq with an end date at the end of December.. we are not escalating there.

    I have been against the Afghanistan war and our involvement there, but am in the minority.. the majority of americans believe that is where we should have expended our energies and money initially. There is also a plan to draw down all troops there by 2014...

    Personally have been disapointed with the overall outrage over Iraq, there was no draft and and thus the most vocal group usually involved in this did not make much noise. The 150 K women and children who were killed there by "friendly fire" never even made much of a headline. There was some noise, but nothing compared to the noise that took place in 1968-1969. Another fact is that it is war movements have a shelf life and are very difficult to sustain.. take for example the Viet Nam War.. by the time it hit the late 60's it started to die out, even though the lies and atrocities continued. Part of that had to do with no matter how much energy is expended, it is pretty fruitless as the military industrial complex usually have the power.

    If you want to get involved there are a lot of folks out there advocating for peace.. this is not Obama good and Bush bad.. it is about the length of time and difficult sustaining such an effort and the difference between a war based on lies and a war which is supported by the general population..

    It is favorable amongst the right to play the poor Bush card, but he lied..
     
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    #18 Jersey

    I never voted (never crossed my mind) for Bush (either one) and was upset about the lies myself. But war protesters shouldn't ever, ever consider who is POTUS when/if they decide to protest. In MY opinion, I think protesters have calmed down just because of who is president.

    If that's even a little bit true, then protesters are hypocrites. It should never, ever matter who is president.
     
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    Easy for you to say from behind the keyboard.. protestors need a cause, the cause has to be fresh.. the cause was Iraq, we are leaving there.

    Anti War Movements are very difficult to sustain...

    Your opinion is what it is, based on what you think and hear.. not from what you know. Get involved and find out, this antiwar movement had very little legs and died rather quickly.

    I went to the 1 year anniversary of the invasion of Iraq in NYC, went to the demonstration, but left as it was a congomeration of causes that I did not want to affiliate with. There was some noise, but not a whole lot of it.

    FYI protestors are not hypocrites, despite what you believe.. the majority of people in this country believe in the mission of Afghanistan, the majority of people did not believe in the mission of Iraq and we are in the process of withdrawing from there.. it is that simple. The poor, prosecuted Bush shyt does not work at all.
     
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    #18 Jersey

    I agree regarding "poor Bush"...it just doesn't fly. He was the worst POTUS I've seen in my 52 years. I'm surprised most Americans support Afghanistan...I do not. I'm tired of spending money on war.

    I'm tired of watching weapons manufacturers prosper to the max. I want the US to have the best defense systems, but I don't want us using them unless we absolutely must.
     

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