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Offline mrclose

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September 10. A Victory?
« on: September 11, 2013, 04:38:14 AM »
Full of CR@P on some points.

Home Run on others!
(I am posting some Home runs) :beer:

A 'snippet' from Pravda "Oh My"

Diplomacy over deployment

This month was a huge victory for Russian diplomacy over the USA's deployment policies, rendering Vladimir Putin a prime candidate for the next Nobel Peace Prize, or as an alternative, to spare the Nobel Institution the trouble, maybe Barack Obama could do the decent thing and hand over his.

A victory for President Putin who played the game like a Grand Master of Chess while Obama, Cameron and Hollande crawled around the board like sniveling little pawns controlled by the lobbies which pull their strings.

The decision was a common-sense decision to step back from the brink of world war three after Moscow created a get-out card for Washington to save its face after President Nobel Peace Prize Obama painted himself into a corner through his total mishandling of the situation, supporting Islamist terrorists and then involving himself in a conflict he knows pitifully little about. He and his allies chose the wrong side.

Offline Oceander

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Re: September 10. A Victory?
« Reply #1 on: September 11, 2013, 02:11:38 PM »
I won't vote for Clinton, but I cannot vote for Trump.  How could I explain to my daughter why I supported a man who sees her as nothing more than a piece of meat, a piece of a$$ for him to grope for his own private pleasure.

"Trump supporter" - the very definition of an SFI

Offline musiclady

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Re: September 10. A Victory?
« Reply #2 on: September 11, 2013, 07:47:17 PM »
"What unrepentant sin against Jesus Christ does a Republican have to commit, before you will stop rewarding them with your vote?"

I don't vote for degenerate liberals.  No matter what letter they have after their names.

May 3, 2016 - the day the Republican party left ME.  I am now without a Party, and quite possibly without a country.  May God have mercy!

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