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National security strategy

December 7, 2013

A new national security strategy, replacing one he initiated in 2010, will be unveiled next year, President Barack Obama has informed Congress....

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ndvetrn

Dec-11-13 12:07 AM

willygarr/canook,

I've had fun tonight and look forward to doing it again. Keep your chin up.

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ndvetrn

Dec-10-13 10:30 PM

How do we progress with any conservation other than personal attacks from liberals. Simply put it's not going to happen. I'm all for this strategy. Lowest approval ratings of this presidolt and his party. Party on.

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ndvetrn

Dec-10-13 9:33 PM

willygarr/canook,

If the following is true, I was ten when you started your tour in Vietnam. Do you honestly expect any of us to believe you talk like this, a person of your age and hopefully wisdom. If I was ten then you would have to be almost 80 now. It's hard to deceive for that long.

Started tour on May 15, 1968 at Bien Hoa Province, South Vietnam..My rank is Captain, Us Army. My MOS {training} is 4800D Maintenance Officer for Ordnance and Civil Affairs...Units served; A Co. Army Depot Long Binh Army S>P>T>, CMD Saigon, 1st LOG CMD, USARV... Medals: Purple Heart

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ndvetrn

Dec-09-13 10:16 PM

Willygarr/canook

The information following comes from fish we like to shoot with a rifle. For some reason my bud bill seems to think I need to provide information about my military service. My disdain for his deception should serve as evidence that I have served this country. He claims that he was shot in the bum and that is where he received his purple heart medal, eh. My contention is that he is a total fake and not even an American citizen. If he is a citizen, he is a transplant. All really need to look at this to expose billyboy blue for what he is, a fake. I know this doesn't follow the original post but needs to be said again.

My Vietnam experience has been well documented on here. Started tour on May 15, 1968 at Bien Hoa Province, South Vietnam..My rank is Captain, Us Army. My MOS {training} is 4800D Maintenance Officer for Ordnance and Civil Affairs...Units served; A Co. Army Depot Long Binh Army S>P>T>, CMD Saigon, 1st LOG CMD, USARV... Medals: Purple Heart

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bushandcheneylied

Dec-09-13 6:41 PM

All this from the party that let 911 happen.You have to have some pretty big ones to say and print this.Can't wait to see how the gop has trained their canidate on how to talk to womenjust another accident waiting to happen,just wait and see.

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The1RugbyReader

Dec-08-13 3:09 PM

Thank you, MDN, for acknowledging that Bush’s Iraq war was a failure, and never should have happened. Attacking, invading, and occupying other nations based on exaggerations, falsehoods, and lies has negative repercussions. Speaking as a participant, I realized in 2005 that ours was a foolhardy mission, a forlorn hope. I still find it interesting that after losing Bush’s Iraq war, republicans continue to place blame on Obama for the current state of things in Iraq.

Peace and Semper Fidelis…

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centerfield

Dec-08-13 1:17 PM

“It’s standard operating procedure” to pay bloggers for favorable coverage, says one Republican campaign operative. A GOP blogger-for-hire estimates that “at least half the bloggers that are out there” on the Republican side “are getting remuneration in some way beyond ad sales.”

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Russ98387

Dec-08-13 11:27 AM

Barry Soetoro aka Burrock Insane Oblamer, the "gift" that keeps on giving for all the George Soros "Daily Kos" paid supporters. Don't forget to pay Mom some of that back rent you owe her for living in her basement. It would be a nice Christmas present for her.

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centerfield

Dec-08-13 10:16 AM

The REpublican record: Almost 400 filibusters-more than the total in the history of Congress. 45 votes to repeal obamacare. Bills that are held hostage by Boehnor/Republicans and not being brought up for debate/vote- Farm bill, Immigration bill, jobs bill, anti discrimination in workplace bill, Along with delaying action on the sequester bill, the clean debt limit bill, and many others- The worst House in the History of congress. Republicans-the party of hate and obstruction.

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The1RugbyReader

Dec-08-13 9:40 AM

"Finally, an acknowledgement that GW Bush shattered the economy,compromised the US as a world leader, strengthened al-Qaida and started the war in Iraq."

Truth!

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centerfield

Dec-07-13 9:21 PM

History is already starting to tell the story on these items. Bush ranks 39 th as the worst president in history. The Republican house is considered the worst in history. Your leadership, Rush and Cruz are considered the biggest liars in the US. Yep, history is already starting to credit the republicans for their deceit.

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Missy1

Dec-07-13 8:34 PM

All they have to do is pay their own dang taxes, sign up for Obamacare, and show what they are do is the best way forward. Instead, they have made a mess of everything they touched, None of you even said you signed up for this Health care. None. What does that say about you and Obama and what you want other Americans to do. Support YOU.

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Missy1

Dec-07-13 8:28 PM

I feel about Obama, Reid, and Pelosi, as you do Bush, Cheney. All you do is whine and cry. History will tell it's story on Bush and Obama. Not you or your cronies Veritas.

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angeR69

Dec-07-13 6:56 PM

You can't argue with crazy, so I won't.

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angeR69

Dec-07-13 4:11 PM

"9 out of 10 skinheads don't know exactly why they're burning that cross...Even when someone explains it, they still don't understand! Is this your party angeR?"

Yeah, I suppose this is where I'm supposed to insert my obligatory denial, right on cue. The sad thing is, I'm pretty sure you don't even believe it. But you still got to throw it out there. Honestly, it says a lot more about you than you might think.

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angeR69

Dec-07-13 2:51 PM

Yes we have rooted for failure - guilty as charged. Failure to implement his agenda. He talked about it enough on the campaign trail, and just after he took office. And he still campaigns for it to this day. We had a pretty good idea what the guy was all about based on his words and his actions, and we were rooting for his failure to implement. Instead he implies that to root against him is to root for the failure of America itself; and all for political gain. It is a blatant and willful mischaracterization of the truth. Moreover, what kind of ego does it take to assert such a lie? And you are more than happy to pepetuate it. The time for rooting for failure is over. His signature legislation has been passed. His agenda, both foreign and domestic, has been codified into laws and regulations. Now we're just rooting for survival.

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angeR69

Dec-07-13 2:50 PM

Meanwhile, we've alienated our allies, emboldened our adversaries and we still have that big gaping hole on our southern border. Top military leadership is leaving in droves, or has been forced out from the ranks, replaced by compliant yes-men that will never question him. This "rooting for failure" you keep going on about - it's a fallacy. It's a talking point straight from Obama, and it's a the deflection of his current failures, specifically the implementation of Obamacare. And I'm not just talking about the website.

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JackAaah

Dec-07-13 1:57 PM

I applaud my two Democrat Party brethren....you two MUST keep up the talking point stategereys even if there is nothing to back up those talking points. To move forword, but not necessarily to come together. Let's all come together to keep informed by watching our MsNBC, and to spread those talking points. They are the best....

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