willgrr, I'm not scared of facts. Do the facts weigh heavily in favor of the president doing his "limited action" in Syria? Is there enough evidence to go ahead? Is the intelligence convincing to all those involved in the decision, now that Pres. Obama has gone to Congress for the vote?
Even though your post was tongue-in-cheek, I'll agree with it, along with my slight revision.
"If only the current administration could handle things as well as Ike did before invading France."
I sincerely hope what the administration wants to do is best for US security interests in that volatile part of the world.
Personally, I vote no.
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Veritas: "Where is George W. Bush and what is "HIS" position on the Syrian situation?"
So everyone polled previous presidents for their positions on Iraq before Pres. Bush went in? I don't recall that.
Libs have been saying for YEARS that everything, including the ring-around-the-kitchen-sink, that Pres. Bush did or said was wrong, wrong, wrong. (And we've been living with the results ever since - forgot that part.)
Why in the wide world would any lib want to know what Pres. Bush's position is on anything, especially whether or not to do the "limited action" in Syria?
Unless they need another reason to blame him for, well, everything. "It's all Pres. Bush's fault that Pres. Obama gave the order to go into Syria!"
Note: those quotes hold imaginary words. No need to c/p, as they're not real.
Answered "no", but not because I have any affinity for or confidence in Romney over Obama...
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"I gave a position on this subject...Take your foot out of your mouth & go look for it!"
Seriously, I don't recall seeing it. But since you are very fond of c/p'ing yourself, as well as any other poster, why not go to your own menu of posts and find it yourself?
A girl only has so much time. Doing the heavy lifting on this is just not on my schedule...
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Excuses, excuses. They are all like ^^^ holes, everyone has one. Just sign up. Apparently you have all the answers. I also do not believe anything you and your buddies have to say.
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Veritas, your right Obama is the President. And I am thankful, my son, is not taking orders from him, he is too old and my grandson is to little. Maybe you should sign up, since you believe everything he says.
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Veritas' new nickname can be Deflect-O-Rama. Has he bothered to address Pres. Obama's pending decision about a limited military strike in Syria yet? Not that I've seen, but every incident Republican, including the kitchen sink, has been positively c/p'ed from here to eternity.
Yeah, yeah, D-O-R. We get the message of your mantra.
Democrats Always Good
Republicans Always Bad
Peat and Repeat Forever
Namexxx, instead we got a filthy rich follower of Rev. Wright, who thinks not only does he own the US, he thinks he owns the world. Except, he is on the tree limb by himself.
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RR thought (and still obviously thinks) Mitt Romney's major disqualifier as a candidate is his religion.
So much for liberal tolerance...
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Ok gals and guy, different subject here. namexxx, this bud is for you.:)
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willy...are you jealous of Mitt's knowledge and ability to make and build a fortune??
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Do you wish you hadn't run a filthy stinking rich Mormon Bishop with tax shelters in the Cayman Islands?
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DustOff, you mentioned in a previous post how your "Capt. Queeg" would be left in the office by himself with a set of ball bearings after his supporters deserted him...
Really should have been a D. Helllll Nooo! Thanks, Will, and Rugby.
As long as we're wishing, I'd wish that we had a version of Margaret Thatcher in the White House during these troubling times.
The Iron Lady might have said or done something memorable, at the very least.
Hey DustOff, you need IRON to make STEEL, right?
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and hellllllllO to you too, willies. You said "Funny thing, at 12:11 AM this morning 100% said NO. something is fishy at the MDN. " it just may have been that only one vote was cast at 12:11am.....can we come together to agree on that? (was it your vote?)
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High comedy right there, thanks MDN. You've started my Friday with a good 'ol biased laugh. Don't ever change!
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Wish in one hand sh*** in the other see which one gets full first, well its full and guess what we got!!!
Do you wish that minimum wage bus boy hadn't secretly recorded a video of Romney at his $1,000 a-plate fundraiser insulting 47% of the nation by calling them lazy moochers?
If so, have another 6-pack and try to drown those regretful sorrows.
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