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Obama's strategy: Bring the troops home, get out, turn tail, raise the white flag and cut & run. BUT, if Al Quieda establishes a base in Iraq, he'd be willing to send the troops back. WHAT ??? Does anyone believe for a moment that if we cut and run, all the terrorists will go home, give up their guns and start farming ?

This junior senator is seriously naive. He better stick to his platitudes of change, hope and new direction

because he has nothing else. This country is in serious jeopardy if we put this man in the White House.

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Obama's strategy: Bring the troops home, get out, turn tail, raise the white flag and cut & run.

Guns don't build democracy, punk. Military strength has done all it could in Iraq.

BUT, if Al Quieda establishes a base in Iraq, he'd be willing to send the troops back. WHAT ??? Does anyone believe for a moment that if we cut and run, all the terrorists will go home, give up their guns and start farming ?

There isn't enough Al Qaeda in Iraq to take over, stupid (but Obama shows that he considers all possibilities anyway, a positive reflection on him), despite the horrendous blunder of invading Iraq, before which there was NO Al Qaeda in Iraq at all.

This junior senator is seriously naive. He better stick to his platitudes of change, hope and new direction

because he has nothing else. This country is in serious jeopardy if we put this man in the White House.

You're in no position to talk. Your candidate is swamped with scandals, and wants to spend 100 years in Iraq, something that the American public as a whole JUST DOESN'T WANT. McCain is Bush with less charisma and a shorter fuse. Look at Bush's approval ratings. Your nonsense is over. Time to face the music. Just count your lucky stars there are still people in this country who have the will to clean up your mess.

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Obama's strategy: Bring the troops home, get out, turn tail, raise the white flag and cut & run. BUT, if Al Quieda establishes a base in Iraq, he'd be willing to send the troops back. WHAT ??? Does anyone believe for a moment that if we cut and run, all the terrorists will go home, give up their guns and start farming ?

This junior senator is seriously naive. He better stick to his platitudes of change, hope and new direction

because he has nothing else. This country is in serious jeopardy if we put this man in the White House.

Why don't you and Bryan go plant your happy asses in Baghdad?

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Obama's strategy: Bring the troops home, get out, turn tail, raise the white flag and cut & run. BUT, if Al Quieda establishes a base in Iraq, he'd be willing to send the troops back. WHAT ??? Does anyone believe for a moment that if we cut and run, all the terrorists will go home, give up their guns and start farming ?

This junior senator is seriously naive. He better stick to his platitudes of change, hope and new direction

because he has nothing else. This country is in serious jeopardy if we put this man in the White House.

The country is already in serious jeopardy because of the jackass you elected seven years ago. Cute little slogans like "cut and run" won't change the fact that we're pouring money and lives into an empty hole, and ignoring the real terrorist threat, which is amassing on the Afghan-Pakistani border. McCain says he'll keep us in Iraq 100 years, by which time we'll have been nuked because we ignored the real problem.

You might want to look up the word "naive."

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Obama's strategy: Bring the troops home, get out, turn tail, raise the white flag and cut & run. BUT, if Al Quieda establishes a base in Iraq, he'd be willing to send the troops back. WHAT ??? Does anyone believe for a moment that if we cut and run, all the terrorists will go home, give up their guns and start farming ?

This junior senator is seriously naive. He better stick to his platitudes of change, hope and new direction

because he has nothing else. This country is in serious jeopardy if we put this man in the White House.

It's naive to expect Obama to have every move in the epic Iraq disaster he's faced with decided upon 10 months before he begins.

Your gratuitous "cut and run" labeling of Obama is contemptable and indicative of a SERIOUSLY NAIVE posting, one that clearly appears to ignore an audience that will surely REMIND you that the disaster we face in Iraq (AND Afghanistan)today is the perverse handicraft of arguably the WORST presidential administration in US history, surely the worst in our lifetime.

Take all the blood, money, guns and lawyers we've spent since Bush's 9-11 and look at what we've gotten in return. Since September 11, 2001, who but a fear driving political ideologue would insist we're better off than if we did nothing but stay home and work on our borders and our leadership in all sectors of society, our economy and our social fabric?

Look. Ask the survivors of countless Iraqis turned into jelly who the terrorists are. Asked the maimed and the displaced Iraqis who the terrorists are.

What you embrace "patriot" is astounding failure, still to this day masked by a remarkable conceit and gluttony that hypocrites like Rish Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Ann Coulter et al take to a coward's end because the money is still good doing it. It's become America festering.

Knock yourself out counting terrorists in your corn flakes. This nation, OUR nation needs help like never before and it WILL NEVER be found in people named Clinton or Bush or McCain, who are deadenders...............like you.

BARACK OBAMA USA! (because fear is CHOKING us)

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Obama's strategy: Bring the troops home, get out, turn tail, raise the white flag and cut & run. BUT, if Al Quieda establishes a base in Iraq, he'd be willing to send the troops back. WHAT ??? Does anyone believe for a moment that if we cut and run, all the terrorists will go home, give up their guns and start farming ?

This junior senator is seriously naive. He better stick to his platitudes of change, hope and new direction

because he has nothing else. This country is in serious jeopardy if we put this man in the White House.

Of course a nitwit like you would prefer the sound bite policy of "Stay the Course", even when it's abundantly clear your favorite misleadering deciderer never took the time to plot a course before he started spouting his useless blather.

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It's naive to expect Obama to have every move in the epic Iraq disaster he's faced with decided upon 10 months before he begins.

Your gratuitous "cut and run" labeling of Obama is contemptable and indicative of a SERIOUSLY NAIVE posting, one that clearly appears to ignore an audience that will surely REMIND you that the disaster we face in Iraq (AND Afghanistan)today is the perverse handicraft of arguably the WORST presidential administration in US history, surely the worst in our lifetime.

Take all the blood, money, guns and lawyers we've spent since Bush's 9-11 and look at what we've gotten in return. Since September 11, 2001, who but a fear driving political ideologue would insist we're better off than if we did nothing but stay home and work on our borders and our leadership in all sectors of society, our economy and our social fabric?

Look. Ask the survivors of countless Iraqis turned into jelly who the terrorists are. Asked the maimed and the displaced Iraqis who the terrorists are.

What you embrace "patriot" is astounding failure, still to this day masked by a remarkable conceit and gluttony that hypocrites like Rish Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Ann Coulter et al take to a coward's end because the money is still good doing it. It's become America festering.

Knock yourself out counting terrorists in your corn flakes. This nation, OUR nation needs help like never before and it WILL NEVER be found in people named Clinton or Bush or McCain, who are deadenders...............like you.

BARACK OBAMA USA! (because fear is CHOKING us)

Another "Blame America First" leftist has surfaced among us: We should have ignored 9/11 and

instead stayed home to work on our "social fabric" (read: 9/11 was our fault). Had we ignored 9/11,

world wide terrorism would have stopped and we would all live happily ever after. This is the Kool-Aid

infused world of the Loony Lefties. Our nation does need help, and our nation's patriots are there to

do the job. So stay safe in your room taking care of your social fabric and the patriots will take care

of the terrorists. Semper Fi, John McCain.

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Another "Blame America First" leftist has surfaced among us: We should have ignored 9/11 and

instead stayed home to work on our "social fabric" (read: 9/11 was our fault). Had we ignored 9/11,

world wide terrorism would have stopped and we would all live happily ever after. This is the Kool-Aid

infused world of the Loony Lefties. Our nation does need help, and our nation's patriots are there to

do the job. So stay safe in your room taking care of your social fabric and the patriots will take care

of the terrorists. Semper Fi, John McCain.

FOR THE LAST TIME IRAQ WAS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR 9/11! As far as blaming America, when it comes to invading Iraq if the shoe fits.....

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Another "Blame America First" leftist has surfaced among us: We should have ignored 9/11 and

instead stayed home to work on our "social fabric" (read: 9/11 was our fault). Had we ignored 9/11,

world wide terrorism would have stopped and we would all live happily ever after. This is the Kool-Aid

infused world of the Loony Lefties. Our nation does need help, and our nation's patriots are there to

do the job. So stay safe in your room taking care of your social fabric and the patriots will take care

of the terrorists. Semper Fi, John McCain.

No, we S*H*O*U*L*D have gone after those actually R*E*S*P*O*N*S*I*B*L*E instead of peursuing Dumbya's personal vendetta against Saddam. which opened up Iraq to al Qaeda which had previously been kept in check in Iraq by Saddam. But I guess I should not be surprised, responsibilty is a foreign concept in BushWorld.

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Another "Blame America First" leftist has surfaced among us: We should have ignored 9/11 and

instead stayed home to work on our "social fabric" (read: 9/11 was our fault). Had we ignored 9/11,

world wide terrorism would have stopped and we would all live happily ever after. This is the Kool-Aid

infused world of the Loony Lefties. Our nation does need help, and our nation's patriots are there to

do the job. So stay safe in your room taking care of your social fabric and the patriots will take care

of the terrorists. Semper Fi, John McCain.

No, that's not what we're saying or said then. Obama has never said any of that, and he never will.

As usual, you just ignore everything you don't want to hear, and invent things that never happened. You don't like reality, so you make stuff up.

We should have paid attention to terrorism where it was.

We should not have squandered our military and our economic resources where it wasn't.

We should have done a better job securing our ports.

We should have worked with other countries to root out and destroy Al Qaeda instead of letting it rebuild.

We should have continued to pay attention to Pakistan and Afghanistan, which is where the terrorists were then and are now.

Had we done those things, we could be safer today instead of less safe.

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No, that's not what we're saying or said then. Obama has never said any of that, and he never will.

As usual, you just ignore everything you don't want to hear, and invent things that never happened. You don't like reality, so you make stuff up.

We should have paid attention to terrorism where it was.

We should not have squandered our military and our economic resources where it wasn't.

We should have done a better job securing our ports.

We should have worked with other countries to root out and destroy Al Qaeda instead of letting it rebuild.

We should have continued to pay attention to Pakistan and Afghanistan, which is where the terrorists were then and are now.

Had we done those things, we could be safer today instead of less safe.

You should stay in school, you need all the help you can get.

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No Al Qaeda in Iraq before we invaded. Simple fact you can't run away from, punk.

And if you act quickly the war can still be lost using that justification. It's not too late to lose, if we all just pull together! Leaving Iraq unstable will keep Al Qaeda in Iraq busy for years setting up its safe havens. We won't have to worry about them any longer. Bring our troops home!

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And if you act quickly the war can still be lost using that justification. It's not too late to lose, if we all just pull together! Leaving Iraq unstable will keep Al Qaeda in Iraq busy for years setting up its safe havens. We won't have to worry about them any longer. Bring our troops home!

Excellent sarcasm Bryan!

That reminds me, when was it again that you were going to sign up and do your part? For someone who constantly preaches about substantiation of the facts then it seem to me that you really can't make an educated comment until you've been there for yourself, right? Are the Marines ok with you? The are looking for a few good...........well the still might take you.

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And if you act quickly the war can still be lost using that justification. It's not too late to lose, if we all just pull together! Leaving Iraq unstable will keep Al Qaeda in Iraq busy for years setting up its safe havens. We won't have to worry about them any longer. Bring our troops home!

That's about the only intelligent statement I've read in any of your posts.

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And if you act quickly the war can still be lost using that justification. It's not too late to lose, if we all just pull together! Leaving Iraq unstable will keep Al Qaeda in Iraq busy for years setting up its safe havens. We won't have to worry about them any longer. Bring our troops home!

The problem is that they already have safe havens in Pakistan.

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The problem is that they already have safe havens in Pakistan.

That is a problem, but it's not part of the problem with Iraq.

Do you think it will be easier to press the effort against Al Qaeda overall by retreating from AQI or by defeating AQI?

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Comprehension skills in question here?

Not at all, the writers of stupidity are easy to identify, your asinine statements stick out like a sore thumb.

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Another "Blame America First" leftist has surfaced among us: We should have ignored 9/11 and

instead stayed home to work on our "social fabric" (read: 9/11 was our fault). Had we ignored 9/11,

world wide terrorism would have stopped and we would all live happily ever after. This is the Kool-Aid

infused world of the Loony Lefties. Our nation does need help, and our nation's patriots are there to

do the job. So stay safe in your room taking care of your social fabric and the patriots will take care

of the terrorists. Semper Fi, John McCain.

Who said on or about 9/13/2001 that we woud get the ones that did this to us. Bush.

Where were the ones who did this to us hiding. In the mountains of Afghanistan.

How many Iraqis were involved in the WTC bombing. None.

Who sent 10,000 troops to Afghanistan and over 150,00 soldiers to Iraq without the proper body armor (some of who still don't have the proper equipment. Bush.

How many Al Queda were in Iraq on the day of the invasion. None.

Who caught the people who attacked the WTC in 93 and where are they now. Clinton and they're in prison.

Who has spent 7 years scaring people like Patriot with his bull s**t. Bush.

When is it going to end. When someone finally tells the Iraqis that we accomplished our mission and it's time they take control of their own country. President Obama.

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That is a problem, but it's not part of the problem with Iraq.

Do you think it will be easier to press the effort against Al Qaeda overall by retreating from AQI or by defeating AQI?

We had little luck gainst them at all until the 'Sunni Awakening'-now they'll drive them out no matter what we do.

We would have had an easier time against Al Qaeda overall by sending enough troops into Afghanistan to destroy them rather than going to Iraq. But that is neither here nor there.

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