Will NATO/Obama respond to civil war in Nigeria

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    Muslem extremists saw how air support from NATO insured their victory in Libya. A new outbreak of terrorist bombings in Obama's homeland of Nigeria might trigger NATO's support for another muslem victory if the liberal media spin supports it and carpet bombing of civilians can glean a couple of votes for Barry in 2012.
     
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    Obama's homeland is America. That's where he was born.
     
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    I've read mention that air strikes are being considered.
    Too hung over to post reference.
    Film at 11?
     
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    Why did Obama send 100 'advisors' to the region?:eusa_whistle:
     
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    I mis-read that airstrike headline.
    Disregard.
     
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    Once again, modern war has nothing to do whatsoever with terrorists, or Muslims, let alone right or wrong. The only reason we'd intervene in Nigeria is if we as a nation had something to gain and that is how simple it is.
     
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    ask bigmoron1775 what Obama will order NATO to do... since he believes Obama controls NATO.
     
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    Indeed. What ARE our interests in Nigeria?
     
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    The Muslim psychos are on a terrible rampage over there. I'm not sure Christians are going to survive in Africa. But the answer is probably yes. There's a lot of oil in Nigeria. So expect us to get involved at some point. But it wont be for the poor children or innocent civilians. It will be just like Iraq and Libya. It will be all about their oil.
     
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    Not another one. The last one was bad enough.

    This just looks like a really rotten group of terrorists.

    And the name is really pretty weird. "Education is forbidden" as your rallying cry? Weird beyond words
     

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