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    I'm starting to wonder with all the protest crowds in the Predators aren't missing a target of opportunity.
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    “We borrow from Europe to defend Europe. We borrow from the Gulf states to defend the Gulf states. We borrow from Japan to defend Japan. Is it not a symptom of senility to be borrowing from the world so we can defend the world?”

    “Are vital U.S. interests more imperiled by what happens in Iraq where were had 50,000 troops, or Afghanistan where we have 100,000, or Europe where we have 80,000 troops or South Korea 28,000,-- or by what is happening on our border with Mexico?...What does it profit America if we save Anbar and lose Arizona?”
    Pat Buchanan
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    The failed foreign policy of Barack Husssein Obama has caused all of this turmoil in the Middle East and Africa's Arab nations. We stand leaderless and embarassed before the world.
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    While I don't care much our current POTUS, I don't place all the blame on him. First of all, we have been at war with the entire middle east for decades. The turmoil is an internal power struggle for control of wealth and station. The USA poses a threat to their efforts to gain that control over the competition.
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    @FollowTheMoney By not standing strong we have given the bad guys to believe that we are weak. Barack Husssein Obama absolutely is to blame for the mess we are in today there. The same thing that happened to Carter is happening to him. These Muslim extremists only recognize strength and power. And that is what our present leader thinks is wrong...he wants to be the nice guy to Islam. Won't work.
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    @seedtick Absolutely, But it's time shit or get off the pot. We are either committed to winning this war in the middle east or we're not. If we are, then the politicians need to get out of the way and let our military commanders do there jobs. If we're not then lets just pull out.
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    @FollowTheMoney Correct...but we need a leader. This guy failed leadership 101....and passed Idealogy with flying colors.
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    Egypt will decide their standing with their actions. And we should decide how to deal with them based on those actions. Right now it's just too soon to tell but it ain't looking good.
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    @Gilbert-- You catching on to one of my qualifiers... I use phrases like that when I am making a judgement based on the information available and not on the information that I know that I don't know.

    Allow to me to show to you what I mean...

    The United State apparently knew that an attack was coming since Sept. 4, and papers that identify Libyans who are with the Americans were taken from the consulate. In addition the US ambassador went missing from a "safe house" that was supposed to be secret.

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/polit...

    So that is why I said, "it looks like." Now the reason said the rest of my comment was because President Obama had this advice to Mitt Romney in reference to the same events in the Middle East.

    "There's a broader lesson to be learned here. And I -- you know, Governor Romney seems to have a tendency to shoot first and aim later. And as president, one of the things I've learned is you can't do that. That, you know, it's important for you to make sure that the statements that you make are backed up by the facts. And that you've thought through the ramifications before you make 'em."

    http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-503544_162-575116...
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    Not just NO.....but HELL NO!!
    Time to pull out of the middle east and NEVER come back (unless it's a drone or any UNMANNED vehicle). They don't like "US" and we don't like them.....and take OUR money with "US"
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    well the last i heard, they have always been our enemy. except when we insured, their freedom from nazi germany. they allowed us, to be their friend for a while.
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    This president should resign and never show his face in public again he is a complete and utter failure and disaster for this country
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    don't we give those folks handouts? if so cut off all things. then again we should do that to all who do not support us. maybe then they would use birth control.
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    Muslim Brotherhood has yet to prove itself. So far they are looking more like an enemy than friend. But when they have a radical element in their base of support, they will mostly likely cave to the needs of their supporters than the int'l community. Bad news for us!
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    Wasn't the guy who made the movie from Egypt? Almost all of Egypt is
    Muslim, 95%...Was this intentional? I'm asking, as I'm not sure...
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    well at least we don, t have to buy our news from China,Telemundo'',i don't know why but this cracks me up..And now back to the Julio Iglesias channel for more unbiased news
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    Taken from the story - "Pres. Obama: Well, look, the Unites States doesn’t have an option of withdrawing from the world. And we’re the one indispensable nation. Countries all around the world look to us for leadership, even countries where sometimes you experience protests. And so it’s important for us to stay engaged.".- Sounds like a Republican to me, I can't believe you guys don't like him.
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    Egypt has NO REAL choice based on what OUR 'people' keep doing to them and their Nation. We are acting as if they have no rights or sovereignty and are just a different 'sub-human' to "serve" America and her addicted "warrior" Peoples as their government/corps loot/rape/pillage like a hoard of Vikings while We the People eat up spoon-fed propaganda too lazy to even question, much less checkup on it to see if its actually true or not. TRY to put yourself in the shoes of ANYONE, anywhere who is facing the American behemoth in your face and try to imagine how YOU might react to such a thing!
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    If I were a person in another country facing the "American behemoth", I would think it's pretty funny how much of my propaganda you've swallowed and are helpfully parroting.

    Please provide your evidence of agents of the US government looting, raping, or pillaging in Egypt. Yeah, didn't think you could.

    I realize from other forums you are probably used to just spouting off any old nonsense and never being called on it, but this is Politix, and that's not going to fly here.
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    @Stratton you obviously are NOT very familiar with how our government works "field assets" or it's other 'dark arts' we routinely train and use as SOP. Here is but a single NON-classified example of how we use 'foreigners' for medical experiments that we are doing on some of the citizens throughout that region as we debate things neither of us have any direct control of...
    http://www.sph.emory.edu/EITRP/pubsandpresent...
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    @Texian - It's clear that you've been wallowing in conspiracy-theory literature so long that you see "dark arts" everywhere. The document you linked is a series of voluntary tests for vaccines of infectious diseases. Similar studies have been done in the US on Americans many, many times, but antibodies are very different from one population to another so it's always better to do the tests where the diseases ACTUALLY ARE.

    I know I'm not going to convince you. Once paranoia reaches a certain level there's just no reasoning with it.
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    @Texian - Also, Georgia is not in the Middle East, so you need to brush up on your geography as well.
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