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  1. Harry Boy

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    I was a young boy in high school when the battle of Midway was fought, a few weeks later our "current events" teacher spent the whole morning talking about it, there is something else the left wing liberal media avoids like boiling water "The Bataan Death March" mans inhumanity to man, the storys of this horror show put on by The Japanese Army along with the Sneak Attack On Pearl Harbor is what led many Americans to DANCE IN THE STREETS when we dropped the Bomb on Hiroshima.
    Bataan Death March - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    THE LEFT WING MEDIA DOESN'T LIKE TALKING ABOUT WWII BECAUSE "WE WON"

    THE GREATEST GENERATION IS SOMETHING I GIVE CREDIT AND RESPECT TO A LIBERAL OVER, MR TOM BROKAW, A LIBERAL WHO DID SPEAK UP.

    ANOTHER THING:
    Those poor tortured starving sickly prisoners of Hitlers Concentration Camps were mighty happy to see those American GI's coming through the gates to free them from their Living Hell.

    Many Liberals Despise the Military but it is the Military that has always fought to keep that FREEDOM of the liberal to hate them.
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    Out of curiosity what did Willard do on Memorial day?? On Battle of Midway Day?? What is he doing today???

    Probably out raising money, what politicians do in this day and age.. he with the most money usually wins, has become the rule of elections..

    What is planned tommorrow for the end of the Battle of Midway?? June 8th is a slow day, so nothing is probably planned on that day either.
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    Well when he is the PResident and Commander in Cheif we will see.

    See the President has different obligations tha other politicians.

    BTW Obama went to the USAFA for a Photo Op at their graduation but had to leave early for a fundraiser and had the ceemony stopped for more than a half hour while he took his helicopter to a fundraiser in Denver, nice.
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    Clearly someone has been reading Gateway Pundit today.

    And a big LOL at the turds who are feigning offense at this story. You just had POTUS speak at your graduation and you're upset because security protocol dictates the F-16s hang back a whopping 30 minutes before making their pass.

    Boo-*******-hoo.
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    Yeah make thousand of people wait so poor barry can court more rich folks.


    Nice to get the taxpayers to pay for the fundraiser by doing the photo op
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    Maybe you should try living in DC sometime. This might blow your mind, but people are forced to wait for POTUS all the damn time. Unfortunately, scheduling transportation for the leader of the free world is a logistical nightmare and inconveniences people pretty much every day of the week.

    You'd think instead of impotent whining these people would simply be grateful he showed up. Then again, do we really care about their opinions if they're sending emails to Gateway Pundit? It's not likely they'd vote for Obama anyway, and would probably be pissing and moaning about something else if not this.
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    "Hussein"...tee hee...get it? Boy said "Hussein" because he wants us all to klnow how foreign and muslim he is! Tee-hee...that's funny.

    [​IMG]
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    Thats what his father named him.
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    Yeah. It's totally common when referring to people to use their entire time. I know, because I called his predecessor George Walker Bush all the time!!

    Give it up. No one is buying what you're selling.
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    Harry, liberals supported WWII, as did all mainstream political views. My father was a liberal to the end, and he fought in WWII. The main opposition came from conservatives and libertarians, who favored the US having an isolationist policy. Ron Paul for instance opposed our entry into WWII, and he's one of the more important Republicans right now. The American right opposed our entry into WWII because they favored Hitler's strong anti-communism and feared that Jews and others were destroying Christianity in the US. The American Communist Party opposed entry into the war while Stalin had his pact with Hitler, and the American Socialists were split because they had adapted a pacifist platform years before. But, the Roosevelt liberals were very much for the war, and even objected to Roosevelt's delay in getting us involved.

    Liberals never hated our troops, especially given that most liberals have troops in their families, if not immediate families then cousins, uncles, aunts, etc. What liberals hate are unnecessary wars that the right rallies behind despite the fact that our troops our dying. The right has a strange way of showing its love for our troops: Put them in harm's way. If a Democrat had been president from 2000-08, 4,500 troops would still be alive, and Saddam would probably have died from old age.
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    I should have said "todays liberals" I wish this liberal Obama would stop killing people, many democrats wanted Saddam gone so we got him, Bush's big mistake was staying there, for that he was dead wrong.
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    #75 Jersey

    Either it was because he hates America so much.......

    ......or that he was too busy kiliing Al Qaeda leaders.
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    More fundraisers than the last 5 Presidents combined and that was over a month ago.
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    The reality of today's corporate elections are the candidate with the most money stands the best chance of winning, in Wisconsin Walker raised more than 8 times that of Barrett, the results.

    Superpatriot Willard, in 1966, was a vocal proponent of the Vietnam war. At Stanford University he attended rallies in support of the conflict and engaged in counter-protests against peace activists. Willard was content to let other young men risk their lives for their country while he attended school and went to France, peddled his bike on weekends through the countryside on behalf of his Mormon church.. favorite sons have it easy.

    To add to his hypocrisy, during the last election he was asked why none of his sons were ever in the military.. he responded, "They are serving their country while driving in our Winnebago across Iowa while campaigning for me."(sic).... or the actual quote: "one of the ways my sons are showing support for our nation is helping to get me elected.”
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    Yes, we should have become isolationist, we should live and let live with Al Qaeda. It's not like they really want to attack us again... we already killed a guy who didn't have a plan to attack America, why go back to get the guys who did...

    Make up what passes for your mind.
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    Don't Profile Them At Airports, Don't Wiretap Suspects, Buy New Soccer Balls For Them In Gitmo.

    Then Drone Them And Kill Their Women And Children (but for gods sake don't humiliate them in the airport)

    :bricks:
    "god willing"
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    What a moronic point. His middle name was brought up all the time i.e. "W"

    William Jefferson Clinton I've heard a lot as well...
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    Do liberal Obama groupies see something wrong with the name "Hussein"

    Mr Obama used it himself when he was sworn in.

    Who was Martin King, does anybody know?
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    Yeah, people used his initialized middle name to distinguish from his father. The corollary there would be Barack H. Obama.

    I've never heard a single person refer to William Jefferson Clinton outside of formal settings. How about that guy Ronald Wilson Reagan?

    Responding to such a "moronic" point, are you the least bit embarrassed this is the best rebuttal you could come up with?
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    You can thank the Republican activist judges on SCOTUS for that.

    Oh, and with yesterdays news the consensus is now that Al Qaeda is effectively no longer operative. Obama accomplished in three years what Bush couldn't in eight.

    Want to keep America safe? Vote Obama.
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    I ridicule The Obama Drones just because it shows the Obama Groupies that they didn't get the butterfly chasing liberal they thought he was, he is a Killer.

    I commend Obama and would like to shake his hand and congratulate him for having the balls to slaughter the bastards instead of trying to Slobber With Them, to me that is about the only positive thing he has done, somewhere in the beyond Ronald Reagan is smiling.
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    Not to get off topic but I think it was more of a traditional thing in the early to mid 20th century. It was Franklin Delano Rooselvelt, Harry S Truman, Dwight D Eisenhower, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, Lyndon Baines Johnson, Richard Milhous Nixon...and then it trailed off, with Ford, Carter, Reagan and Clinton not known by the middle, "more formal"
    name... JMO
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    Liberals are ashamed of their Presidents middle name.

    God Willing
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    Only on Patsfans.com can a thread go from the rights got their panties in a bunch because Obama did not do something, even though Willard did not do anything either and now there is a brouhaha about Presidents middle names..

    Parallel universe????

    Here is a factoid to rock your universe...

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    Nice thread-killer!:rocker:
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    Hilarious coming from the man who hijacked a non partisan thread in post #4 aboput a great American Victory in WW2.

    :bricks:
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    #75 Jersey

    Fixed it for ya.
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    You never did answer about what did Willard do special on the anniversary of D-Day, take a bike ride through the countryside of France???

    Or maybe he spoke of sending more of our youth to fight more wars, while his sons fight for their country by campaigning for Willard..

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