This whole thing is so upside down liberals

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    Now Obama is going to kill more civilians in Libya with predator drones
    I guess stopping in Pakistan was driving him crazy

    You know If W behaved this way the press and the left wing in congress would be having a cow

    from deficits to Gitmo to Tax dollars being give to private firms and not one red dime for the old or for the poor

    You know ol W gave the tax payer 3 cash rebates and cut the taxes he or she paid
    Obama has printed 6 trillion dollars and took care of the teachers and the auto industry

    My god the left has treated W and Halliburton like Ted Bundy
    They ended up with 15 billion, they earned, they worked for it
    GM ended up with allot more than that and all they did was go broke
    Chrysler
    GMAC

    not one red dime for the poor
    and W?
    Mr. Geldof praised Mr. Bush for his work in delivering billions to fight disease and poverty in Africa, and blasted the U.S. press for ignoring the achievement.

    Mr. Bush, said Mr. Geldof, "has done more than any other president so far."

    "This is the triumph of American policy really," he said. "It was probably unexpected of the man. It was expected of the nation, but not of the man, but both rose to the occasion."

    "What's in it for [Mr. Bush]? Absolutely nothing," Mr. Geldof said.

    Mr. Geldof said that the president has failed "to articulate this to Americans" but said he is also "pissed off" at the press for their failure to report on this good news story.

    "You guys didn't pay attention," Geldof said to a group of repo

    Vital Signs: Bob Geldof: George W. Bush Has Done More for Africa Than Any President So Far

    George W Bush: The Great Humanitarian
    FEBRUARY 19, 2008
    tags: policies, political correctness, Politics, Prsident Bush
    by Steve Dennis
    To be honest with you, this is an issue I care literally nothing about. I believe we spend way too much money trying to stop AIDS in Africa. I believe we spend way too much money trying to feed the poor in other nations. And I don’t give a damn about the genocide in Darfur. It that makes me a cold-hearted bastard, than so be it, I don’t care. To quote David Burns of the Talking Heads in the song “No Compassion”, ” they say compassion is a virtue, but I don’t have the time.” But when a liberal comes out and praises President Bush for something I just have to write about it.

    Bob Geldof, who started Live Aid, and has dedicated his life to helping the poor in Africa had this to say about President Bush:

    Mr. Geldof praised Mr. Bush for his work in delivering billions to fight disease and poverty in Africa, and blasted the U.S. press for ignoring the achievement.
    Mr. Bush, said Mr. Geldof, “has done more than any other president so far.”
    “This is the triumph of American policy really,” he said. “It was probably unexpected of the man. It was expected of the nation, but not of the man, but both rose to the occasion.”
    “What’s in it for [Mr. Bush]? Absolutely nothing,” Mr. Geldof said.
    Mr. Geldof said that the president has failed “to articulate this to Americans” but said he is also “pissed off” at the press for their failure to report on this good news story.
    “You guys didn’t pay attention,” Geldof said to a group of reporters from all the major newspapers

    President Bush has done more in humanitarian efforts, IE spend more money on humanitarian efforts than any other president in United States history, and while I do not agree with this policy it is a policy that should touch home with liberals. But as Geldof motioned, the press ignored it. We all know why they did, they don’t want to give a conservative president any credit for humanitarian efforts that is normally reserved for liberal presidents.

    The fact is that President Bush has done more in humanitarian efforts than President Clinton ever did, but as Geldorf said, he didn’t articulate his accomplishments well. And that is a lasting legacy with this president, he didn’t get out in front of the cameras every day as did Clinton and tell us of his accomplishments. If President Clinton had done as much for Africa as President Bush has, believe me, we would have known about it. If President Clinton didn’t remind us how big-hearted he was, the press would have.

    Read my source article here.

    Its upside down
    why?
    what is it you guys on the left are trying to prove?
     
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    The press has been in the tank for Obama since Day 1. They are invested in his success. If John Edwards had gotten elected they wouldn't be nearly this kind.
     
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    Libya = Iraq

    :lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol:
     
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    Are you talkin' about this guy?

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    Apples = Oranges


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    The are similar in that they both were rushed into, with out a lot of thought, and in both cases we were not really sure who we were supporting.
     
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    True. At least we had something to gain by being in Iraq. We have absolutely nothing to gain in Libya.
     
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    Oh yeah, we really rushed into Iraq. It only took, what, 18th months of cajoling Congress and two votes before Bush got the go ahead.
     
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    Right winger the drone attacks in Pakistan are killing civilians
    Thats Americans killing civilians, not terrorist killing civilians
    You thinks that funny?
    I cannot find a better example of how up-side down this really is
    GWB would not use drones to the level Obama has and is continuing to do because of the civilian casualties
    Take a look at this web site and laugh your ass off
    US drones killed 957 Pakistani civilians in 2010 | NWO Observer
    US drones killed 957 Pakistani civilians in 2010
    Published: Apr. 14, 2011- The Irish Sun

    A total of 957 Pakistani civilians were killed in American drone attacks in the country 2010, the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan said in its annual report Thursday.

    The report that focused on human rights violations in the country also laid an emphasis on terror attacks in 2010, according to Xinhua.

    It said terrorist attacks in Pakistan left 2,542 people dead and 5,062 others injured in 2010.


    ‘Target killings’ in the country’s port city of Karachi saw the death of 237 political activists while in the southwestern province of Balochistan, at least 118 people were killed, the report said.

    At least 1,159 people, including 1,041 civilians, lost their lives in 67 suicide bomb attacks in the country.

    During 2010, at least 12,580 people were killed in different incidents, including 791 honour killings. A total of 581 people were kidnapped for ransom.
     
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    US drones killed 957 Pakistani civilians in 2010 | NWO Observer
    The "cover up" is about civilian deaths
    GWB does not hold a candle to Obama and these drone attacks

    and your right
    18 months of UN/US congress
    this was the data that the decision to invade was made
    Look at where it came from
    upside down

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    The following is an edited transcript of the report by Professor Hans Blix to the UN:

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    The amount of chemical agent in these bombs would b
     

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