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    Arrow Not ready for prime time player in Oval Office

    As peace talks sway, questions arise about U.S. influence in Mideast - CNN.com

    This is an interesting article. While they start out talking about the Isreal-Palestine issues, they continue on to a host of other regional issues. The consistant theme seems to be Obama's "not-ready for primetime player" status.

    They don't mention the Iranian nuclear situation.

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  3. The world is currently embraced in a currency war. The Palestinian issue is not even on the front burner. The Iranians wouldn't dare do anything with US elections coming up. Doubtful even after, and our allies won't push it with this administration, there's no telling what that quack in office may do. GWB had street creds, and sold us out to a dem congress, just like his father. O has neither, and would sell us out.

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    Not ready for prime time? He is not ready for anything; he is too busy with his socialist/marxist agenda and the destruction of American values that made us great in the first place. He is a Grade A wuss who thinks he is a gift to the American people and has surrounded himself with cockeyed ivory tower academia who never have had to really work a day in their lives. What gets me is the lockstep attitude of the dem majority in Congress who go along with this idiot in chief--god forbid they should standup as americans but their status in Congress is too damn important--that is why Congress is held in such contempt by the American people. We are broke and if not broke, going broke, and are rapidly becoming a second-rate player at the world table except for our overhwheming military, which makes the world stand up and listen, and even then, our Commander in Chief is still just a wuss who bows to every piece of world crap out there--especially the moslem ones--yeah, sure, he is not a moslem---pigs can't fly either. Just watching him do simple non-important things like throw a baseball, ride a bike, even golf (his favorite)-- he looks like a wuss. I can only hope that come Nov there is a different look and majority in Congress that has the guts to cut off all his money and dry up his czars and his healthcare, and all the other socialist/marxist/congress-supreme court end runs he has perpetrated with his slimy Chicago politics.If he is reelected and Congress does not fulfill its real role in government, this country is finished as we know it-god help my grandkids. As far as I am concerned, Osama Bin Laden can knock down our buildings and kill people, but we can rebuild buildings and mourn and replace people, but if we are rotted from the inside out, which is what this guy is doing, we cannot easily fix that--this idiot in chief is, IMO, more dangerous.

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    Arrow I stand corrected.

    Quote Originally Posted by kelcarry View Post
    Not ready for prime time? He is not ready for anything...
    Thanks for the correction kelcarry.

  6. All the radical Blacks in this country have to do is to keep there mouth shut and the Marxist in power will make sure they get reparations. Louis Farrakhan, Sharpton, Jessie Jackson, Jeremiah Wright……and the list goes on of white hating radicals…….The fact of the matter is that Slavery ended in the United States over 140 years ago and there is not a white American living today who ever owned a slave. This means nothing in their twisted view. The Mac daddy is here to save the day. More enabling tax payer hand outs. 60 percent of Americans receive more in benefits from the taxes paid by hardworking fellow Americans the they themselves put into the hat. What happens with this goes to 70 percent? The Republicans RINOS are on the band wagon as well, do not be fooled.
    "When plunder becomes a way of life for a group of men living together in society, they create for themselves in the course of time a legal system that authorizes it and a moral code that justifies it."Frederic Bastia

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    Hey Wood: The REAL answer lies in the primaries, where you can vote for a true non-RINO. Once the election is between a dem and a rino, you really have no choice. As far as I am concerned, with all that I have seen over the last 2 years I will NEVER/EVER vote for a dem--even if it is the Lord himself. I cannot, for the life of me, understand how EVERY dem votes lockstep with a dictator wannabe, slimy moslem, domestic terrorist---is the system that broken?--I guess it really is. I will hammer my thoughts into my grandkids and hope that in 20 years or so they will appreciate the wise advice of their poppop.If this disgusting garbage continues, either they will have the brains to understand why the US has become third rate, or the dictatorship will tell them how and when they will vote. In SC, at least, my choices are between dems and conservative repubs.

  8. Kel,

    I know the choice of voting Republican all the way is a very very difficult thing to do. Contrary to what your beliefs may be about the two party systems. The American people have very short memories. It was George Bush and the Chappaquiddick survivor who were in bed together on the Amnesty Bill, it was Bush that got the ball rolling on the porkulis bill. I voted for McCain and ever time I think back I realized I was part of the problem. McCain is truly a good man but is a bedwetter just like the rest of them. No matter how you look at it the two party systems is unfixable. The American people are not hurting enough. Tea Party does not equate to Republican. Do you really think that the Rs have the Balls or the will to repeal That Health care Bill the was jammed done our throat?? I would be willing to bet everything I own that it will not be repealed. This government is close to owning on sixth of the economy. We are heading for socialism my friend the Marxist in the White House has set up the pawns and the game is on……..
    "When plunder becomes a way of life for a group of men living together in society, they create for themselves in the course of time a legal system that authorizes it and a moral code that justifies it."Frederic Bastia

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    Hey Wood: Your comments are correct. All I can do is vote and even then, when I think that my vote counts as much as the lady who thought Palin could not be running for office because she lived in this foreign country of Alaska, I am frustrated. We have to hope that this election will begin "something" that will get us back on track. I'm almost at a point that I could wish for a new skirmish in Concord, MA against the ruling government or, being in SC, dusting off the Articles of Secession and getting the hell out of this federal asylum.

  10. I hear ya bother. America is still the best in the world but not for long as the errosion process continues.
    "When plunder becomes a way of life for a group of men living together in society, they create for themselves in the course of time a legal system that authorizes it and a moral code that justifies it."Frederic Bastia

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