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U.S. to Allies: Do the Right Thing

Wants Snowden returned home

June 25, 2013

WASHINGTON — The U.S. grasped for help Monday from both adversaries and uneasy allies in an effort to catch fugitive National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden....

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Jun-25-13 7:42 AM

Allies to Obama: YOU have lectured us for YEARS about human rights abuse and the World Economy and dozens of other topics like we were little children and you were the all-knowing Messiah.

Now it is our turn: Mr. President, KISS MY A%%!!!

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Jun-25-13 8:55 AM

Can you imagine what news people and other liberals would be sayng about this if Bush was in office? Seriously. I am a lifelong Dem and moderate, to left on some issues, but when it comes to running this country I would take Bush back right now. Obama has tanked and has shown himself to be beneath of the job we elected him to do. He is not the big old fuzzy, liberal swell guy who just loves us all. He is a person who is more like Nixon than any other President. The IRS scandal is the worst known gov abuse since Nixon, and actually much more than Nixon did and we removed him. So the US is asking countries to do the right thing and return Snowden or we will what, do more spying on them? Obama is nightmare and is a lame duck right now, like it or not. The US form of gov runs on us giving up some privacy and freedoms voluntarily and that we trust those who govern not to abuse them. Nearly every Amendment has been abused by the Obama administration. We will never trust him again.

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Jun-25-13 9:26 AM the right thing...stop spying on ALL Americans...return our PRIVACY as our forefathers intended.

Some war mongers will use any reason to exercise their brutality.

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Jun-25-13 9:51 AM

We all hoped that with the first election of Obama he would be the pied piper of come-togetherness, which we really didn’t need except in the slum barrios of our nation, and as he turned his back on those people and humiliated our nation internationally, many didn’t grasp the harm he was doing. In the second election the ignorant dark side of America reelected this most divisive treacherous progressive ideologue in our nation’s history, and now the world laughs at us. If anyone were to do the right thing, Obama would acknowledge his incompetence and resign.

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Jun-25-13 12:55 PM

Nixon would even be a bargain with Benedict Arnold as VP and Bernie sec treasury majority leader.

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Jun-25-13 12:58 PM the right thing...stop trying to harvest the self imposed problems illegals sowed from their own seed stash. Protect the American dream for Americans.

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Jun-25-13 1:21 PM

This guy really did US a favor. Most of the educated world knows what is going on. It's the American People who are being kept in the dark God knows how much more he can tell us. Thats why Obama & his clan are scarred of the truth.

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Jun-25-13 5:29 PM

When Liar in Chief went to the Brandenburg gate to give a speech, in 2008, he has 200,000 cheering Germans.

His speech last week drew less than 4,500 yawing Germans!

Europe KNOWS better, the bloom is off the rose. Dumbass has bankrupted the entire friggen world, doesn't have clue what to do!!!

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Jun-25-13 6:19 PM

You ever think that our government is giving us what we have asked for? We have become a nation dependent on government. SSI, Food stamps, WIC, unemployment comp., block grants, public housing, Obamaphones, Obamacars. They correctly assumed that as long as those checks and freebies keep coming that we wouldn't notice the police-state that our 'leaders' were quietly creating. The genie is out of the bottle. I don't expect it to be put back by the very same government created it.

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Jun-26-13 7:41 AM

Whee, are you a big Benedict Arnold fan.

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