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(Antiwar)   Obama administration commits act of terrorism just hours after being reelected   ( antiwar.com) divider line
    More: Asinine, Obama administration, Bush Jr., Sanaa, American Living, Yemen  
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2012-11-09 07:56:32 AM  

Trapper439: I seriously don't get how the same right-wing coonts who were clamouring for war with Iraq ten years ago now have a problem with drone strikes or farking Benghazi.

Listen up you hypocritical assholes; your man Bush started an illegal war based on lies that killed over 100,000 people after 3,000 people (many of them not American) were killed on US soil during his watch. And you douchebags have a problem with four Americans being killed in Libya and targetted drone strikes?

Do you morons not remember "You're either with us or you're against us". "Axis of Evil" ring a farking bell?

And you sacks of crap wanted to elect a guy who wanted to start an even bigger war with Iran...


As previously mentioned up-thread, antiwar.com offers criticism from the left. They were also highly critical of Bush. They consider Obama too pro-war and too right wing. Although I voted for Obama, I agree with them.

As I see it, one hundred years from now, Obama could well be deemed by historians to be one of the greatest American presidents ever. I think, if that comes about, it will be in part due to organizations like antiwar.com as well as other organizations that advocate less war, but better care of our veterans, pro-universal health care organizations, organizations like Occupy Wall Street that promote financial regulations and reform of the real estate market, and other like minded groups.
 
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