Somalia Part II

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    You're seeing Clinton all over again in Libya with Obamination.

    Democraps are amatuers when it comes to understand the threats and risks out there. In Somalia Bill Clinton ignored the US military on the ground demanding more armor to do the dangerous mission.

    Now we see the US Marines weren't beefed up ready for problems on FREAKIN 9-11! We're not talking 17 June, we are talking on 9-11. Also, in a country that has terrorists running amuck.

    Obamination didn't have the proper security forces in place most likely to not send an aggressive message to Libya, be "peaceful looking with our footprint there."

    Hmmm, Clinton did the same thing in Somalia and we ended up with Americans dragged through the streets there too....
     
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    Granny says save the money an' take `em out with a Predator drone...
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    Bounty on two Americans tied to Somali terror group
    March 20th, 2013 - The State Department has put a multimillion-dollar bounty on the heads of two Americans who the United States claims belong to an al Qaeda affiliate in Somalia, CNN has learned.
     
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    By the time they figure out it's a famine, it's too late for many...
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    APNewsBreak: Report: 260,000 died in Somali famine
    Apr 29,`13 -- The 2011 Somali famine killed an estimated 260,000 people, half of them age 5 and under, according to a new report to be published this week that more than doubles previous death toll estimates, officials told The Associated Press.
     

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