Discussion in 'Politics' started by Robert, Apr 26, 2011.
I could swear I remember the left going insane over talk of assassinating Buddy Saddam
Democrats are doing their best to ignore Libya, Obama's miniature version of Iraq that they "stood so strongly against in principle" (cough cough).
WOW not even an attempt at apologizing for the talk of assassinating a world leader..... Hypocrisy at its absolute finest.
We SHOULD NOT be involved in Libya, just as we should never have been involved in Iraq. We have already spent too much money that is not ours in both locations.
But we are now to make matters far worse is the talk of assassinating a Nations leader. Its bad enough our Leader attacked Libya for no reason but now we have a political party in seeming support of a murder most foul
Was this directed at me?
Remember when Pat Robinson called for Hugo Chavez's assassination? Weren't the left, and those of us who have common sense in our heads calling for Pat Robinson to recall his statements?
No Obama's administration just blatantly comes out and says they want to assassinate the head of state of a sovereign nation and it's just... OKAY. Yeah... change we can believe in.
This....as many of us have been saying from the git go.
Of course we have. They make up what our positions are, to fit their argument.
Just like they claim we consider Obama to be "The one" or "the messiah", yet not one of them can provide proof of anyone but themselves referring to him in any such manner.
Or when they claim we hate the rich
or when they claim we hate the idea of corporations making profits.
All made up bullshit without a shred of proof. This is just more of the same. Ask Robert for proof for any of this, watch him ignore you completely.
Obviously level of anger is what's important. In principle, this is the same as Iraq, just different scale.
So when Bush goes against your principle like this, he should be impeached.
When Obama goes against your principle like this, eh I'm against it but nothing I'm really gonna hold against him.
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