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Obama blasts Bush over 'Nazi' comments

MSNBC staff and news service reports
updated 10:27 a.m. CT, Thurs., May. 15, 2008
WASHINGTON - Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama accused President Bush on Thursday of launching a "false political attack" with a comment about appeasing terrorists and radicals.

The Illinois senator interpreted the remark as a slam against him but the White House denied that Bush's words were in any way directed at Obama, who has said as president he would be willing to personally meet with Iran's leaders and those of other regimes the United States has deemed rogue.

In a speech to Israel's Knesset, Bush said: "Some seem to believe that we should negotiate with the terrorists and radicals, as if some ingenious argument will persuade them they have been wrong all along.
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Isn’t it funny how Mr. Obama and his lickspittle minions (in and out of the media) just assume this was a specific reference to him?

Of course it could be (and should be) applied to just about any and all of the members of the Surrender Democrat Party.

After all, if the shoe fits…

But why is it that Mr. Obama is so ashamed of being what he is?

This actually seems to be an ongoing pattern with the gentleman, when you think about it.

As is lying:

Watch the video to see Obama lying from the first Democrat debate in July of 2007.
Obama will say what he thinks his constituents want to hear in order to get elected. It's poll driven, finger in the wind politics. What is right is what is politically expedient.

He promises a immediate withdrawal from Iraq but we know no matter who is elected they are going to take the same advice from the same generals following the same withdrawal plan.
If you go to this website, you can see the opponent we are facing. These guys know no boundaries and will stop at nothing to get their way. They blatantly state "they will take over the world and force their religion upon you." Guess what they don't tolerate homosexuals, outspoken women, nor anyone else who does not see thing their way.

The sad fact is that of the last seven times we have sent US soldiers into harms way it was to protect and defend Muslims (Bosnia, Kosovo, Gulf War I, Kuwait, Somalia, Iraqui Freedom), yet the focus has been on the fact that we violated the civil rights of a group of thugs who when they were released went right back and blew themselves up along with bystanding innocents. Yet we have been called to apologize for this.

This US based website is enough to make you sick to your stomach that it is even allowed in this country, but alas the right of free speech is a given here in the US.

In the words of Lt. General Chuck Pitman, Marine..
"I'm sorry all the murderes on 9/11 were Muslim extremists. I am sorry that most Arabs and Muslims live in squalor under savage dictators", while OPEC's coffers flourish.
"I am sorry their governments breed hate for the US in their schools, mosques and media" "I am sorry that Arab governments pay the families of homicide bombers upon their death. I am sorry we did not drop a few Daisy cutters on Fallujah" "I am sorry every time that extremeist are being chased they hide in a holy site"
"I am sorry that Barak Obama may be elected president when he doesn't have a clue on how to be a strong Commander-in-chief in a world filled with Muslim extremists who will do whatever it needs to destroy the lives of civilized people while killing innocent men, women, and children in order to bring a change that is beneficial to all Islamic terrorists worldwide"

The fact that Obama was PO'ed is a sure sign that it hit a raw nerve. I did not hear GW refer to him at all, yet he "felt" like it was directed at him. Well if the shoe fits, wear it.

No Obamanation for this household.

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