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Obama to negotiate with terror group!

Discussion in 'Politics, Elections & Legislation' started by Setterman, Mar 8, 2009.

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  1. Setterman

    Setterman Well-Known Member

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    Obama thinks he can pay them off, give them some DVD's, and they'll let us alone. He is jeopardizing our security and encouraging blackmail. It's like cutting a deal with Hitler. What the h-ll is he thinking and who's whispering in his ear?
     
  2. stokinpls

    stokinpls Well-Known Member

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    If the guy can read, he'd better read up on the negotiations between Pakinstan and the Taliban over the Swat valley in NW Pakistan. This will give him a good idea what he's dealing with, not that he cares. These are nothing but a bunch of savages woh will kill everyone of us if they get a chance.
     
  3. Trappy12

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    Well it is sure a good thing that no Republican presidents have negotiated with terrorist organizations! And thank God that that decision isn't coming back to haunt us because they now have a decent supply of armament!
    -Trappy
     
  4. halfmile

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    Bush negotiated with high explosives. Iran supplies much of their weaponry.

    We supported the Taliban in the wayback Cold War times because they were at odds with Russia.

    Afghanistan was Russia's Viet Nam.

    Pukes are busy rewriting history.

    HM
     
  5. slide action

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    Well why WOULDN"T HE??!! After all he has been pals and personal friends with several!
     
  6. Trappy12

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    Hoosier, I am referring to Reagan and his illegal negotiations with Iran.
    -Trappy
     
  7. JBrooks

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    When will the fools quit talking about Bush(history) and start talking about Obama's total failure to do anything right so far? Now we hear that King Barry says he is already tired. What a wimp.
     
  8. bigdogtx

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    lts,,,,maybe you should learn what a repub is,,,,we have tooo many rinos,,,,we don't need more of these WIMPS,,,,think we are already working on 2010,,,,there is no comparison between Bush and clinton, but you wouldn't understand that....

    you call us fools,,,,how is the IDIOT _you_ voted for doing,,,,checked the news lately,,,,he is a total buffoon and hasn't even been there 2 months,,,,talk about STOOOPID!!!!!
     
  9. j2jake

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    Well folks Barry said he would negotiate with them! He is doing just what he said he would. Now for those of you who choose him as your leader shut up and follow. I see nothing as yet that has improved under his guidance. Jake
     
  10. AJKohler

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    Uh, LTS - still can't get over losing the election? How long did it take a whole bunch of Democrats to quit talking about the 2000 Supreme Court decision on the Bush election?

    I seem to recall almost eight years of 'selected, not elected' and the like.

    Tony
     
  11. H82MIS

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    stock market has crashed and burned like the commrad in chief wants, more people depending the goverment. That suits his just fine and his socialist adgenda. Bob S
     
  13. j2jake

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    Well folks Barry said he would negotiate with them! He is doing just what he said he would. Now for those of you who choose him as your leader shut up and follow. I see nothing as yet that has improved under his guidance. Jake
     
  14. AJKohler

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    Uh, LTS - still can't get over losing the election? How long did it take a whole bunch of Democrats to quit talking about the 2000 Supreme Court decision on the Bush election?

    I seem to recall almost eight years of 'selected, not elected' and the like.

    Tony
     
  15. H82MIS

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    stock market has crashed and burned like the commrad in chief wants, more people depending the goverment. That suits his just fine and his socialist adgenda. Bob S
     
  17. JOND

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    You mean he's going to negotiate with Code Pink,ACORN,Rev.Wright,etc.,etc.? JOND
     
  18. stokinpls

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    Looks like the anointed one is in for a busy year.

    "N. Korea threatens war if satellite shot down
    By JAE-SOON CHANG, Associated Press Writer Jae-soon Chang, Associated Press Writer 39 mins ago

    SEOUL, South Korea – North Korea put its armed forces on standby Monday and threatened "a war" if anyone tries to shoot down what regional powers suspect is an imminent test-firing of a long-range missile.

    Pyongyang also cut off a military hot line with the South, causing a complete shutdown of their border and stranding hundreds of South Koreans working in an industrial zone in the North Korean border city of Kaesong.

    Monday's warning — the latest barrage of threats from the communist regime — came as U.S. and South Korean troops kicked off annual war games across the South, exercises the North has condemned as preparation for an invasion. Pyongyang last week threatened South Korean passenger planes flying near its airspace during the drills.

    Analysts say the regime is trying to grab President Barack Obama's attention as his administration formulates its North Korea policy.

    The North also indicated it was pushing ahead with plans to send a communications satellite into space, a provocative launch neighboring governments believe could be a cover for a long-range missile capable of reaching Alaska.

    U.S. and Japanese officials have suggested they could shoot down a North Korean missile if necessary, further incensing Pyongyang.

    "Shooting our satellite for peaceful purposes will precisely mean a war," the general staff of the North's military said in a statement carried Monday by the official Korean Central News Agency.

    Any interception will draw "a just retaliatory strike operation not only against all the interceptor means involved but against the strongholds" of the U.S., Japan and South Korea, it said.

    The North has ordered military personnel "fully combat ready," KCNA said in a separate dispatch.

    Obama's special envoy on North Korea again urged Pyongyang not to fire a missile, which he said would be an "extremely ill-advised" move.

    "Whether they describe it as a satellite launch or something else makes no difference" since both would violate a U.N. Security Council resolution banning the North from ballistic activity, Stephen Bosworth told reporters after talks with his South Korean counterpart.

    South Korea's Defense Ministry spokesman Won Tae-jae downplayed the North's threats as "rhetoric" but said the country's military was ready to deal with any contingencies.

    Analysts say a satellite or missile launch could occur late this month or in early April when the North's new legislature, elected Sunday, is expected to convene its first session to confirm Kim Jong Il as leader.

    Ties between the two Koreas have plunged since South Korean President Lee Myung-bak took office a year ago halting aid unless the North fulfills an international promise to dismantle its nuclear program.

    In retaliation, North Korea suspended the reconciliation process and key joint projects with Seoul, and has stepped up the stream of belligerence toward the South.

    Severing the military hot line for the duration of the 12-day joint U.S.-South Korean military exercises leaves the two Koreas without any means of communication at a time of heightened tensions.

    The two Koreas use the hot line to exchange information about goods and people crossing into Kaesong. Its suspension halted traffic and stranded about 570 South Koreans who were working in Kaesong.

    About 80 had planned to return to the South on Monday but were stuck there overnight since they cannot travel after nightfall. Earlier, some 700 South Koreans who intended to go to Kaesong on Monday were unable to cross the border, the Unification Ministry said.

    All South Koreans in Kaesong are safe, the ministry said as it called on Pyongyang to restore the hot line immediately.

    The two Koreas technically remain in a state of war since their three-year conflict ended in a cease-fire, not a peace treaty, in 1953. Hundreds of thousands of troops are amassed on each side of the Demilitarized Zone separating the two Koreas, making the Korean border one of the world's most heavily armed.

    The United States, which has 28,5000 troops in South Korea, routinely holds military exercises with the South. Pyongyang routinely condemns them as rehearsals for invasion despite assurances from Seoul and Washington that the drills are defensive.

    The exercises, which will involve some 26,000 U.S. troops, an unspecified number of South Korean soldiers and a U.S. aircraft carrier, are "not tied in any way to any political or real world event," Gen. Walter Sharp, commander of the U.S. troops, said Monday."
     
  19. JBrooks

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    The real hardcore leaders in the world, those who are experienced, tough and ruthless are going to bend Obama over and do him like a bitch. Too bad a lot of Americans will end up dying because of it.
     
  20. highflyer

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    The lost people of the country were fooled by the media and Obama. They have unleashed the power of hell on this country and the world and they don't know it yet. We are in for dark times.
     
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