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Obama Deceitful Over Iran, Too

November 27, 2013

A substantial number of members of Congress, along with several other countries that have been longstanding allies of the U.S....

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daWraith

Dec-01-13 11:19 AM

Puberty, there is NO HOPE for your lying sack of Shiite President.

"TRILLIONS"? WHERE SPENT?? Not on the war.

But Suppose you are RIGHT-- That means there are TRILLIONS to offset the deficit, correct??

So why has the deficit gone up MORE under Opie in 4 years than BUSH in * years???

We aren't spending "TRILLION$" so the budget should be BALANCED, RIGHT????

OOPS, Puberty caught in another lie . . . . . . . .

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Thebudman

Nov-30-13 9:16 PM

Obamma freed up $8 billion in frozen iranian assets. Now they don't have to pursue a nuke weapon program, they can just go out and by some nukes from russia and mount they on the ballistic missles they have developed.

Thanks obama!

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oldsteelmaker

Nov-30-13 12:20 PM

Have you forgotten the Gulf War was ended by a cease fire? Technically, all old George did was resume combat because Iraq reneged on the deal.

BTW, if this war was so bad, why did obie, keep it going when he had full control of both Houses? I kept hearing Afghanistan was the "right" war, so why are lefties whining about that? Is it because your political generals can't duplicate the win in Iraq? Even without our troops, and a splintered political mess, they are more stable than Afghanistan.

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oldsteelmaker

Nov-30-13 12:16 PM

BTW, Powell's testimony was based on not only CIA and NSA work, but also MI-5, French intelligence, German intelligence, Russian intelligence, and a number of other groups.

There is also the minor point that Bubba Clinton has people with the UN inspection teams, after the Gulf War, that were LOOKING at WMD stockpiles. Have you forgotten those? And that before they were destroyed, Saddam kicked out the inspectors? And that Bubba basically let him get away with it?

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oldsteelmaker

Nov-30-13 12:10 PM

Lib, when you libs run out of anything resembling a logical argument you just have to fall back on the hate and race card. I lived for years in Detroit, NOT the suburbs, the city, and the running joke with my neighbors was the only reason my area was integrated was me. I don't give a hoot that obie is black. I really care that at best he is incompetent, or at worst he is deliberately destroying everything that made this country great.

Most of my staff are either black or Hispanic, and I'm about to promote one to a major management position. Maybe you are satisfied keeping minorities down on the plantation, lubbin' ole Massa Guvmint for the dribs and drabs of benies. I don't care what they look like, I care what they do.

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TrollSlayer

Nov-30-13 10:01 AM

liberty, you libbies only criticize Powell because he's black. You're just typical racist Democrits. Don't be a hater, lib.

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liberty

Nov-30-13 7:28 AM

Maybe u should watch Colin Powell's testimony in front of the U.N. WMD means Wrong, Mindless, Deceitful. But I guess trillions of $ spent and unnecessary lives lost don't add up in the haters thinkng

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oldsteelmaker

Nov-30-13 3:49 AM

Lib, and the rest of you:

Hilary made a big point that she was not relying on old George's CIA reports, she had "independent confirmation" that Saddam had WMD. Harry Reid insisted that Bush had to wait for a vote of the Senate, so they could vote FOR the combat resolution.

Choke on it, you hypocrites. Your sainted leaders are all on video tape saying this.

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liberty

Nov-29-13 11:54 PM

Da Wrong, I give thanks for respect, dignity, diplomacy, and HOPE that that the haters and the nattering, nabobs, of negativism find a way to contribute rather than always tear down.

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daWraith

Nov-29-13 4:06 PM

Must be a cold day in*****when Israel and Saudi Arabia team up against Iran!!!!

And the USA under Nobama is too dumb to figure it out??

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daWraith

Nov-29-13 4:05 PM

Stratfor Intelligence:

"While the unfolding deal involves the United States, Britain, France, China, Russia and Germany, two countries intensely oppose it: Israel and Saudi Arabia. Though not powers on the order of the P-5+1, they are still significant. There is a bit of irony in Israel and Saudi Arabia being allied on this issue, but only on the surface. Both have been intense enemies of Iran, and close allies of the United States; each sees this act as a betrayal of its relationship with Washington.

In a way, this marks a deeper shift in relations with Saudi Arabia than with Israel. Saudi Arabia has been under British and later American protection since its creation after World War I. Under the leadership of the Sauds, it became a critical player in the global system for a single reason: It was a massive producer of oil. It was also the protector of Mecca and Medina, two Muslim holy cities, giving the Saudis an added influence in the Islamic world.

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TrollSlayer

Nov-29-13 8:16 AM

Hey Goosy, WHERE was bin Laden killed? And yet after personally pulling the trigger and then dancing on bin Laden’s body – how many times did your Choomer in Chief taunt “bin Laden is dead” just to score political points? - Obumbler continues to send OTHER PEOPLE’S children into the Afghanistan meat grinder where bin Laden’s remaining followers can more conveniently continue to avenge his death. Stupid, yet par for our Golfer in Chief.

Amazing how you and the leftist press have become such war hawks. Oh well, they’re not YOUR kids, are they. Where’s Code Pink?

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Gooseman

Nov-29-13 5:46 AM

Hey stupid.

ThrillSlober "Obumbler has racked up more combat casualties in his five years in Afghanistan than there were under eight years of Bush."

The terrorists who attacked us were in Afghanistan, NOT Iraq. Bush ran from the real war. Allowed binLaden to escape. When was binLaden killed?

Moron.

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Gooseman

Nov-29-13 5:42 AM

LOL The resident NR racist praying to the Lord. LOL And lies to the Lord in his prayer. Pathetic.

Failure in 2008 to win an election. Failure in 2012 to win an election. Failure to stop Obamacares from passing in Congress.

And he calls Obama a failure?

Iranian lover should look in mirror if he wants to see a "brain dead deceitful lying sack of human excrement".

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1whoworks

Nov-28-13 10:47 PM

Ohio Dim - Republicans would maintain or strengthen the existing sanctions that actually seem to be having an effect. Even the French are for it!

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rover1958

Nov-28-13 10:43 PM

Folks,

Please understand that duhRAT's 'prayer' to his 'Lord' cursing our President is to LORD VADER.

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daWraith

Nov-28-13 4:32 PM

The Democratic chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee accused the Obama administration Wednesday of using "fear-mongering" rhetoric in urging Congress to delay new sanctions against Iran as world powers try to secure nuclear concessions from Tehran.

Sen. Robert Menendez of New Jersey said he would continue to push for fresh sanctions in the wake of a nuclear deal brokered in Geneva, in which Iran agrees to a six-month pause in its nuclear program in exchange for eased sanctions worth $7 billion.

Menendez, speaking on the National Public Radio program "All Things Considered," cited White House Press Secretary Jay Carney's remarks at a recent press briefing about Americans not wanting a "march to war" with Iran as over-the-top rhetoric.

Even DEMS throwing the Brainless President under the bus now.

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daWraith

Nov-28-13 12:51 PM

Dear Lord,

Bless our family and friend on this Thanksgiving. We give thanks for our good fortune and pray you will be with us again for another year.

And we give thanks for the fact that the miserable SOB in the White House has only 1149 days left before he gets thrown OUT on his arse and America can begin the healing process of undoing the damage done by dumbest piece of crap fake birth certificate, fake education,, fake career dumbarse brain dead deceitful lying sack of human excrement Disgrace that occupied that office for the past 5 years of chaos and FAILURE.

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TrollSlayer

Nov-28-13 11:13 AM

Ohiodrone, Demorat Truman got us into Korea. Demorat Kennedy escalated the war in Vietnam. Carter’s brainlessness led to the radical Islamic regime and hostage crisis in Iran. Obumbler has racked up more combat casualties in his five years in Afghanistan than there were under eight years of Bush. And that Bush war in Iraq? AUTHORIZED by Demorat Senators Kerry, Biden, and Clinton. Obumbler’s illegal, unnecessary War in Libya? Where’s Code Pink?

Don’t let facts get in the way of your idiot-ology. “deffered”? “A ACOMPLISHED”? You’re a real Demorat genius, aren’t you. LOL

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Ohiodem

Nov-28-13 9:58 AM

What would you Republicons do? I know go off half cocked and send our boys into another war while you get deffered because of a boil on you arse. How did that cake walk in Iraq work out for ya? What was that like 10 years after DIM SON declared MISSION A ACOMPLISHED?

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TrollSlayer

Nov-28-13 9:23 AM

caltrans, whine # 786,345,453. How dull. zzzzzzzzz......

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TrollSlayer

Nov-28-13 6:51 AM

ButBushWhineFactory, by “Iranian nuclear deal” do you mean the US should sell yellowcake to the Iranians, or should we just enrich it to weapons-grade for them? Derrrrr.....

By the way, the rest of your conspiracy-theory truther-fantasy article is a scream. “Behind Carter's back, the Reagan campaign worked out a deal with the leader of Iran... to keep the hostages in captivity until after the 1980 Presidential election”? “Reagan took money from the Iranians and used that money to kill nuns in Nicaragua”? “And while there is no proof that Republican Senators are secretly asking Ayatollah Khameini to violate the terms of this weekend's nuclear deal...”? Are you really that paranoid? LOL

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BushCrimeFamily

Nov-27-13 10:37 PM

"A long-term Iranian nuclear deal would be a once in a generation chance for the United States to rethink its foreign policy. President Obama should go for it. But he should watch his back. Because if history tells us anything, it's that Republicans are more than willing to betray their country for a little short-term political gain."

***********truth-out****/opinion/item/20287-without-reagans-treason-iran-would-not-be-a-problem

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daWraith

Nov-27-13 9:43 PM

"Iran will keep up construction on the Arak heavy water plant, which, when operational, will produce plutonium that can be used in a nuclear weapon, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said in an address to the Iranian parliament Wednesday. This is despite the deal Tehran signed with world powers over the weekend.

“The capacity at the Arak site is not going to increase. It means no new nuclear fuel will be produced and no new installations will be installed, but construction will continue there,” Reuters quoted Zarif as saying.

According to a fact sheet released by the White House, as part of the deal agreed to in Geneva, Iran “committed to no further advances of its activities at Arak and to halt progress on its plutonium track.” However, Iran has disputed the version of the agreement put out by Washington, and some experts have said loopholes in the text could allow the Iranians to continue construction offsite and then install components there later.

PFFtt!

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TrollSlayer

Nov-27-13 7:34 PM

wvhoopie “those talking points are getting old... You sound like Rush and Hannity!”

How long have you been listening to Rush and Hannity, hoopie? You sound like a Fox fanboi now. LOL

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