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Reject Reckless Action on Syria

September 11, 2013

Perhaps the best thing for members of Congress and President Barack Obama’s administration to do about Syria would be for everyone to take a deep breath, step away from the microphones and think......

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Sep-14-13 12:28 PM

Gooseman derides those siding w/ Russia before he/she praises those siding w/ Russia! Then again, I guess that's consistent w/ administration policy!

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Sep-13-13 9:14 PM

Obama's Cousin is a TEA PARTY ACTIVIST!!!!!

"A distant cousin of President Obama is mulling a primary challenge to Kansas Republican senator Pat Roberts for 2014. Milton Wolf, a radiologist in the Sunflower State, is the president’s second cousin once removed.

Wolf is a prominent tea-party activist in the state and nationally who has made several media appearances, such as on Fox News as well as penning columns in the Washington Times. Last month, he sent an e-mail to Republican activists in the state asking if they wanted more senators in the mold of Ted Cruz and Rand Paul, according to Politico. He also criticized Roberts’s record and his time in Congress.

“It’s time for the patriots to save America from our failed political class,” he wrote in the e-mail."

At least not ALL of the Obama family are a bunch of doucebags!!!

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Sep-13-13 9:10 PM

Secretary of State John Kerry's negotiations with the Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov got off to a rocky start Thursday, with the Russian mocking Kerry right at the outset.

"They got off to a really bad start yesterday --- partly because of the Putin op-ed and partly because Kerry in the opening remarks spoke at length --- and I mean at length --- compared to the unprepared few welcoming comments from the Russian counterpart," NBC News foreign correspondent Andrea Mitchell said on "Morning Joe."

"And then the Russian minister said at the end, very tartly, 'Sometimes diplomacy demands silence.'"

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Sep-12-13 7:35 AM

"BEIRUT - Syrian opposition forces feel let down and more divided than ever because of President Barack Obama's decision to seek a diplomatic path to disarming Damascus of its chemical weapons."

OH WAIT-"No one should care who gets credit for a plan that scraps Syria's chemical weapons without the U.S. going to war." NR

But the NR blames Obama for wanting missile strikes and then prints articles blaming Obama for seeking a diplomatic solution.

NR speaks with forked tongue.

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Sep-11-13 12:52 PM

Mr. Editor, what do you think they're doing? Try keeping up with current events.

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