GOP Trying To Get Mideast Crisis Into U. S. Federal Budget: While There Is Time!

Discussion in 'Politics' started by mascale, Feb 28, 2011.

  1. mascale

    mascale VIP Member

    Feb 22, 2009
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    Two More Weeks! Two More Weeks!

    The Basis-Free Invasions of Iraq and Afghanistan, still have GOP-backing as U. S. budgetary items that should not go unfunded, even now. The real atrocity is medication for a lot of little kids.

    Instead, The GOP is even intending a policy to get the U. S. Air Force to shoot at flies, in the market places, of Tripoli and other parts of the Mideast! These will be called, "No-Fly Zones(?)," and the GOP wants them federally funded!

    It's just another part of their permanent record!

    What They're Saying: While most Republicans remain noticeably silent on the ongoing crisis in Libya, a look at a few among the GOP who have spoken out in response - ConservativeHome's The Republican

    The Obama Administration has not proposed this. The Obama Adminstration has in fact proposed getting out of both budgetary items, altogether. . .somehow.

    "Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
    (Great Half-Wit Father in Washington, now need new budgetary, fly-swatter line item, according to GOP! International Peace depends upon that, according to the old, fat, white people--cavorting about naked on other people's yachts--dumpting all kinds of substance into the ocean: Who are now alledged to run the place! Not big winners in Northern California parts, however, that anyone can think of! Lose many cajones, to hunting-Northern California style! Maybe even in Wisconsin this can happen! New source of scalps to hang on lodge walls(?). . .another NRA agenda(?)!)
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  2. waltky

    waltky Wise ol' monkey Supporting Member

    Feb 6, 2011
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    Okolona, KY
    Yea, on his program this week, Dr. Jack van Impe says Obama gotta get all the lil' dictators outta the way so's he can be the big dictator of the New World Order...
    'The Tyrannies Are Doomed'
    APRIL 2, 2011 - The West's leading scholar of the Middle East, Bernard Lewis, sees cause for optimism in the limited-government traditions of Arab and Muslim culture. But he says the U.S. should not push for quick, Western-style elections.

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