Discussion in 'Politics' started by Lakhota, Oct 29, 2012.
More: Chris Christie Praises Obama For Hurricane Sandy Preparation
Are you saying he MIGHT get 2 things right in 4 years. What a record! He can definetly run on that.
Thank you, Mr. President, for continuing to protect Americans! Bush failed us on 9/11 and Katrina.
Yeah too bad Obama cant protect ambassadors.....but hey dont let the partisan side ofyou ever get in the way.....God you're a bot
Yeah, it's sooo heartwarming to hear NaziCons being so concerned over a gay ambassador. Nothing political about that...
Was he gay? I didnt know that...but he still should have had protection
And yeah an embassador is an extension of the President.....Wars have been started over these kinds of assasinations and we havent had one killed since 1979....so yeah it's a BIG FUCKING deal.....
Maybe you dont give a shit, but most americans do
You tell the 16 dead and the dozens wounded at Ft Hood how well this poliically correct, muslim sensative president protected them. If you were not in the area during Katrina, I doubt you really know what went on, all you have is what the Bush hating media put out. I was on the ground there, most reports were not accurate. But go on flapping you ignorant gums, it's a free country.
the two trolls need to coordinate their spam they post...
this has ALREADY been posted as if we are suppose to bow and give thanks we have the Dear Leader
Sandy's already startin' to affect the economy & stock market...
Sandy strengthens as nears U.S. coast; Wall Street shut
28 Oct.`12 - Hurricane Sandy, the monster storm bearing down on the East Coast, strengthened on Monday after hundreds of thousands moved to higher ground, public transport shut down and the stock market suffered its first weather-related closure in 27 years.
Stock Futures Fall as Sandy Forces Market Closures
10/29/12 - -- Stock futures slumped Monday as U.S. futures markets closed early without notice of when they'll reopen again as the enormous Hurricane Sandy gained strength on its path towards New York City.
Separate names with a comma.