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Act before it's too late

Aug 4, 2014 15:13

It's time to replace this regime. They never had much talent to begin with and now have exhausted what little they had. They have used it all up. Think about it. If they threw Obama out, we will end up with Biden and we know he's not the sharpest knife in the drawer. After that, we don't have much left. The only way is to throw them all out and start over. There's plenty of talent on our side to draw from but we must do it NOW! He can cause a lot of damage in two years.

 

the sun rising in the west

Submitted by biggi in Germany, Aug 4, 2014 06:50

There is good reason to suspect that Obama is carrying out the agenda of the Muslim Brotherhood deliberately.

This is what I assume also. Didn't he as one of his first acts in office change the Unites States Seal by adding the picture of the sun rising in the west? I believe he wanted to tell the muslim world that he is "their man". Poor America - I once loved to go there.

 

Obama is carrying out his goals - even if they weren't the goals of most Americans who elected him

Submitted by Joseph, Aug 4, 2014 00:13

Obama has been called already a failed president, possibly even a worse president than Jimmy Carter. But the more likely explanation is that Obama actually is fulfilling his aims, even though I don't believe those aims are the aims of the majority of Americans. Obama wanted to reduce the prominence of the US on the world stage, believing as many black leaders and preachers have been saying for at least two generations that the focus of the US on being the world's policeman and bringing peace and democracy to the world has taken away the emphasis on racial equality within the US and raising black living standards out of the poverty so many were experiencing. Obama's economic policies - if one can so misuse that phrase - that have led to the most dramatic increase in the national debt are totally justified in the far-left perspective on the world by the need to raise the living standards of the unproductive by taking away from the productive and 'distributing' the wealth 'more fairly'. And of course, above all, the Jews and that interfering little state of theirs Israel, should be put in their place. I think that Obama had these goals and more, and he has succeeded in implementing them. He has pulled the ultimate con-trick on the gullible American public and most of the sycophantic media have been afraid to confront the first black president. And if the American public continue their gullibility, they will indeed elect in 2016 the first woman president, the serial liar herself, and the media too - especially the women journalists - will be very reluctant to challenge her. Should Ms Clinton win the presidency, the distancing from Israel will be exacerbated at least ten fold if not more, and those assimilated Jews who seem to vote overwhemingly Democrat, especially the students, will only have themselves to blame when she turns on Israel and drastically reduces aid and weapon supply.

 

Ambassador Adam Ereli"s Wider War

Submitted by Lawrence, Aug 3, 2014 03:57

According to Ambassador Adam Ereli "[W]hat we're seeing happen between Israel and Gaza is not a localized conflict, but is much, is part of a much bigger regional war." He goes on define that regional war as "And that war has Iran, Hezbollah and the Muslim Brotherhood on one side and it has the forces of what I would call reason and moderation on the other side – being Israel, Egypt, Jordan, Saudi Arabia and the countries of the Gulf."

I cannot imagine what Saudi Arabia is doing on that list. The wider war in the region is an attempt by The Left and an Insurgent Caliphate to expel the West from the Middle East. Those forces in Saudi Arabia.

The fact that Saudi Arabia sees many of the players in that anti West alignment as against their interest to be the ruler of that effort is not really material. This is not to argue that Eqypt and Jordan are part of the anti-West coalition.

Left out of the Ambassador's list of the forces arrayed against us in the region and the world are Hamas, Taliban, ISIS, and the myriad number of Islamic militias.

The Ambassador's statements I fear is no real basis for forging and anti anti-West alliance.

However much I appreciate the Ambassador's statements I think they are still naive.

 

Temporary Friends

Submitted by Lawrence, Aug 3, 2014 03:44

Re "[W]hat we're seeing happen between Israel and Gaza is not a localized conflict, but is much, is part of a much bigger regional war. And that war has Iran, Hezbollah and the Muslim Brotherhood on one side and it has the forces of what I would call reason and moderation on the other side – being Israel, Egypt, Jordan, Saudi Arabia and the countries of the Gulf. And United States has an interest in ensuring that the forces of reason and moderation prevail."

If one goes to a Mosque and listens to an Iman spew hatred, advocate stoning of women for for, in effect, breathing, and declare War on the Kaffir, and you ask "Where does the money for this Mosque and its Iman come from" in most cases the answer will be "Saudi Arabia".

 

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Act before it's too late [98 words]

 

Aug 4, 2014 15:13

the sun rising in the west [73 words]

biggi in Germany 

Aug 4, 2014 06:50

Obama is carrying out his goals - even if they weren't the goals of most Americans who elected him [325 words]

Joseph 

Aug 4, 2014 00:13

Ambassador Adam Ereli"s Wider War [222 words]

Lawrence 

Aug 3, 2014 03:57

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Lawrence 

Aug 3, 2014 03:44

True [65 words]

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Aug 3, 2014 01:40

Keep up the great work you do. [220 words]

Henry Morgenstern 

Aug 2, 2014 00:02

Mistake? [130 words]

Abdul Ameer 

Aug 1, 2014 23:05

Intentional? [139 words]

Dianne Eubanks 

Aug 1, 2014 22:22

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