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    A Line in the Sand or
    marsey dose and dosey dose
    Posted on: Aug. 26 2013,3:03 pm by MADDOG

    December 2012
    US president Barack Obama gave the toughest indication yet that the United States will only tolerate a certain level of brutality in the Syrian civil war.

    At the National Defense University, he said: "The use of chemical weapons is and would be totally unacceptable." Switching to speak directly to Syrian president Bashir al-Assad, he continued: "If you make the tragic mistake of using these weapons, there will be consequences and you will be held accountable."

    March 2013  
    President Obama is doubling down on his assertion that such an attack would be considered a "game changer" for his administration - but the president also emphasized the importance of finding out "precisely whether or not this red line was crossed" before making a decision that could lead to an act of war.

    "Once we establish the facts I have made clear that the use of chemical weapons is a game changer," Mr. Obama said.  CBS

    May 2013  
    The credibility of the U.S. is ever more on the line with the astonishing revelation that President Obama engaged in unexpected improvisation in drawing a chemical weapons “red line” for Syria’s Bashar Assad.

    In a press conference last August, Obama put Assad on notice that the U.S. would respond if Assad escalated from conventional warfare against his own people, saying:

    “We cannot have a situation in which chemical or biological weapons are falling into the hands of the wrong people . . . a red line for us is, we start seeing a whole bunch of weapons moving around or being utilized.”

    Daily News

    August 2013
    News reports suggest Bashar al-Assad marked the first anniversary of President Obama’s “red line” on chemical weapons in traditional fashion: by launching a new chemical attack on civilians.

    The White House says the president is “deeply concerned” and insists those responsible “must be held accountable.” Surely Assad is quaking in his boots.

    Opposition groups released photos and videos of what they said was an attack using an unspecified chemical agent.
    NY Post

    But what Obama said was a little less clear.

    “We have been very clear to the Assad regime, but also to other players on the ground, that a red line for us is we start seeing a whole bunch of chemical weapons moving around or being utilized,” the president said a year ago last week. “That would change my calculus. That would change my equation.”

    It was also unclear what the consequences of crossing that “red line” would be. Obama has cautioned that unilateral action, particularly without a U.N. mandate, may be unwise and could run afoul of international law. In keeping with the strategy he used in seeking international cooperation for airstrikes against Libya in 2011, Obama warned in a CNN interview last week that international cooperation is key to military intervention.

    To many, Wednesday’s attack outside Damascus would likely qualify as “a whole bunch” of chemical weapons deployed.  CBS

    The United States of America is being decimated by a Schmuck who has decieved the American people.  Is in the process of destroying the intergrity of this great land.  No longer will other nations of the world be able to look up to this once great land.  All they see now is a nation who no longer is worth their word.  We used Dr. Shakeel Afridi to get Bin Laden only to allow Pakistsan to jail him.  Now we've decieved the people of Syria.

    If I had to describe Bambino in one word, it would be "Worthless."

    "Marsey dose and dosey does."  A childhood song of gibberish.  That's what Obama speaks.

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    Stadium woes?
    Posted on: Aug. 25 2013,5:33 am by Self-Banished

    Seems we might have a bit of a dilemma here, will Ziggy and company be able to come up with the $477 billion needed for their share of the Vikings stadium?

    I can almost see it coming, "please kind and gentle (gullible) taxpapayers of Minn, we need more money" Ziggy has run into a little snag, his past is catching up with him.

    Couple this with the possibility that we might come up short with our share

    A fine time to be a football fan in Mn :sarcasm:

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    What's wrong with America
    Posted on: Aug. 22 2013,7:08 pm by Self-Banished

    This is what's wrong with America, we need many,many more of kids like this Georgia Tech speaker, Nick Selby. This kid has drive and attitude to spare. I will remember to watch for him in the future.

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