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Old 10-22-2012, 07:28 PM   #31
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Default Re: 3rd Presidential debate: focuses on foreign policy, Monday Oct 22th 9:00 pm EST

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Out of all 291 of your posts, have you had a single one that wasn't Mitt Romney nuthuggging or Obama bashing?

wrong, he posts a topic and says 'discuss'
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Old 10-22-2012, 07:30 PM   #32
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Default Re: 3rd Presidential debate: focuses on foreign policy, Monday Oct 22th 9:00 pm EST

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Like, who cares, bro???? Obama is the President of the UNITED STATES..let these crazy unmanly countries elect who they want to elect to lead THEIR CUNTRIES

I agree about let leaving those places to themselves, but Obama and the corrupt UN wanted these dictators out of there and now you have this problem. Had he just left them alone..those dictators would have stayed in power and you would not have this garbage that is going on right now.
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Default Re: 3rd Presidential debate: focuses on foreign policy, Monday Oct 22th 9:00 pm EST

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I agree about let leaving those places to themselves, but Obama and the corrupt UN wanted these dictators out of there and now you have this problem. Had he just left them alone..those dictators would have stayed in power and you would not have this garbage that is going on right now.

damn, ur right, bro (manshake )
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Old 10-22-2012, 07:42 PM   #34
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damn, ur right, bro (manshake )
Yeah, bro.

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Old 10-22-2012, 07:55 PM   #35
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Default Re: 3rd Presidential debate: focuses on foreign policy, Monday Oct 22th 9:00 pm EST

Chavez, Castro, and Putin endorse Obama.

The latest [dictator] to publicly announce his support for the commander-in-chief’s reelection bid was Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez, who this week assured he’d vote for Obama if he were from the United States. The America-bashing strongman made the announcement on state-owned television, saying “Obama is a good guy” and that if Obama was from Caracas, he’d surely return the favor by voting for Chavez.

Earlier in the year the government-official daughter of Cuban military dictator Raul Castro proclaimed her country’s support for Obama during a visit to the U.S. “I believe that Obama needs another opportunity and he needs greater support to move forward with his projects and with his ideas, which I believe come from the bottom of his heart,” Mariela Castro said during a cable news interview. ...

That brings us to Russia’s Vladimir Putin, who has eliminated most elections in his country, monopolized all major media and destroyed the political party system. ... In a letter to a major newspaper, the president of a group dedicated to expanding freedom around the world points out that under Putin there has been an “across-the-board crackdown on civil society.” The piece goes on to ask: “Will Obama stand up against Putin’s abuses?” Unlikely, now that the Russian dictator has extended his endorsement.


http://times247.com/articles/obama-r...#ixzz2A4ZvJaqR
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Old 10-22-2012, 08:20 PM   #36
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Default Re: 3rd Presidential debate: focuses on foreign policy, Monday Oct 22th 9:00 pm EST

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Chavez, Castro, and Putin endorse Obama.

The latest [dictator] to publicly announce his support for the commander-in-chief’s reelection bid was Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez, who this week assured he’d vote for Obama if he were from the United States. The America-bashing strongman made the announcement on state-owned television, saying “Obama is a good guy” and that if Obama was from Caracas, he’d surely return the favor by voting for Chavez.

Earlier in the year the government-official daughter of Cuban military dictator Raul Castro proclaimed her country’s support for Obama during a visit to the U.S. “I believe that Obama needs another opportunity and he needs greater support to move forward with his projects and with his ideas, which I believe come from the bottom of his heart,” Mariela Castro said during a cable news interview. ...

That brings us to Russia’s Vladimir Putin, who has eliminated most elections in his country, monopolized all major media and destroyed the political party system. ... In a letter to a major newspaper, the president of a group dedicated to expanding freedom around the world points out that under Putin there has been an “across-the-board crackdown on civil society.” The piece goes on to ask: “Will Obama stand up against Putin’s abuses?” Unlikely, now that the Russian dictator has extended his endorsement.


http://times247.com/articles/obama-r...#ixzz2A4ZvJaqR
That's good, better to be friends with your enemies than making them hate us more.
Obama is even trying to negotiate with Iran about the nuclear program:
http://www.nytimes.com/2012/10/21/wo...anted=all&_r=0

Romney on the other hand said that Obama was being too "soft" on Iran and seems like he wants to invade iran before considering all diplomatic alternatives, that alone makes Obama much better than Romney.
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Old 10-22-2012, 08:38 PM   #37
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Default Re: 3rd Presidential debate: focuses on foreign policy, Monday Oct 22th 9:00 pm EST

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Just mention Bengazi and Obama is destroyed. That whole deal with giving criminals guns in Mexico was really bad too. Allowing radical muslims to take over Egypt, Libya, and elsewhere..those are big negatives to Obama.


How is he destroyed due to Bengazi? I think it is a good point for Romney to bring it up, but he has to be careful how he does it since our embassies over there and throughout other Islamic nations receive constant threats. If we upped increase in security at them all it would exhaust the funding quickly and if I recall correctly the funding had already been slashed $300 million dollars for embassy security world wide.

How does Fast and Furious destroy Obama?

Would you have ordered US troops into Egypt to prop up the Egyptian government and risked starting a war since the people and Egyptian military did not support the government?

Radicals aren't in charge of Libya. I think you need to do some more reading. It is a weak government, but I don't anyone could say with a straight face that it is a radical goverment.
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Old 10-22-2012, 08:41 PM   #38
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Default Re: 3rd Presidential debate: focuses on foreign policy, Monday Oct 22th 9:00 pm EST

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are you seriously this delusional about romney's foreign policy? vs's obamas?

I know right. They're both the same. Let me know when either of these two morons step up and take our people the **** out of the middle east.
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Old 10-22-2012, 08:44 PM   #39
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Default Re: 3rd Presidential debate: focuses on foreign policy, Monday Oct 22th 9:00 pm EST

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Chavez, Castro, and Putin endorse Obama.

The latest [dictator] to publicly announce his support for the commander-in-chief’s reelection bid was Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez, who this week assured he’d vote for Obama if he were from the United States. The America-bashing strongman made the announcement on state-owned television, saying “Obama is a good guy” and that if Obama was from Caracas, he’d surely return the favor by voting for Chavez.

Earlier in the year the government-official daughter of Cuban military dictator Raul Castro proclaimed her country’s support for Obama during a visit to the U.S. “I believe that Obama needs another opportunity and he needs greater support to move forward with his projects and with his ideas, which I believe come from the bottom of his heart,” Mariela Castro said during a cable news interview. ...

That brings us to Russia’s Vladimir Putin, who has eliminated most elections in his country, monopolized all major media and destroyed the political party system. ... In a letter to a major newspaper, the president of a group dedicated to expanding freedom around the world points out that under Putin there has been an “across-the-board crackdown on civil society.” The piece goes on to ask: “Will Obama stand up against Putin’s abuses?” Unlikely, now that the Russian dictator has extended his endorsement.


http://times247.com/articles/obama-r...#ixzz2A4ZvJaqR

Dastardly socialist in Europe also support Obama

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Old 10-22-2012, 08:50 PM   #40
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Default Re: 3rd Presidential debate: focuses on foreign policy, Monday Oct 22th 9:00 pm EST

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That's good, better to be friends with your enemies than making them hate us more.
Obama is even trying to negotiate with Iran about the nuclear program:
http://www.nytimes.com/2012/10/21/wo...anted=all&_r=0

Romney on the other hand said that Obama was being too "soft" on Iran and seems like he wants to invade iran before considering all diplomatic alternatives, that alone makes Obama much better than Romney.

Nothing will come out of the negotiations dude.
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Old 10-22-2012, 09:09 PM   #41
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Default Re: 3rd Presidential debate: focuses on foreign policy, Monday Oct 22th 9:00 pm EST

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That's good, better to be friends with your enemies than making them hate us more.
Obama is even trying to negotiate with Iran about the nuclear program:
http://www.nytimes.com/2012/10/21/wo...anted=all&_r=0

Romney on the other hand said that Obama was being too "soft" on Iran and seems like he wants to invade iran before considering all diplomatic alternatives, that alone makes Obama much better than Romney.

There will never be negotiations directly with Iran.
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Default Re: 3rd Presidential debate: focuses on foreign policy, Monday Oct 22th 9:00 pm EST

Obama is actually doing well.
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Old 10-22-2012, 09:10 PM   #43
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Default Re: 3rd Presidential debate: focuses on foreign policy, Monday Oct 22th 9:00 pm EST

These guys seem a little calmer tonight. So far at least.
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Default Re: 3rd Presidential debate: focuses on foreign policy, Monday Oct 22th 9:00 pm EST

Romney is all over the place.
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Default Re: 3rd Presidential debate: focuses on foreign policy, Monday Oct 22th 9:00 pm EST

This is a much calmer, much loose Romney. He is mumbling a little. Reminiscent of Obama in the first debate. Hmmm...
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