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Foreign policy concerns

March 22, 2014

Russian leader Vladimir Putin and many other world leaders know how to use power. They understand diplomacy, military might and economics. Some use their personalities to exert pressure....

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JackAaah

Mar-29-14 8:00 AM

"PutinCare....the Single-Payer System We All Have Been Waiting For"

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locomotive

Mar-28-14 9:06 PM

Sources schmources

But to satisfy billgrr's sense of fairness, I will cite my poll source, which I've used before.

realclearpolitics . com

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BillGarr2016

Mar-28-14 7:10 PM

I noticed the "poll" you cited had no author. Mine did.

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locomotive

Mar-28-14 12:51 PM

Kaiser poll?

polls schmolls

What are avid administration apologists' feelings about the most recent average of polls considering President Obama:

approval 42.6% disapproval 53.5%

And those about Obamacare:

approval 38.6% disapproval 52.1%

Aw, polls schmolls, right, billgrr?

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JackAaah

Mar-28-14 8:04 AM

Putin has gotten very brazen...and I'm sure he will be brazen into having us be on his PutinCare...

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BillGarr2016

Mar-27-14 9:49 PM

Kaiser Family Foundation Poll: “Reflecting the sense that the debate has gone on long enough, more of the public would like to see Congress keep the law in place and work to improve it (49 percent) or keep it as is (10 percent) rather than repeal it and replace it with a Republican-sponsored alternative (11 percent) or repeal it outright (18 percent).”

I guess Obamacare is here to stay!

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JackAaah

Mar-27-14 9:01 PM

I know I am going to love PutinCare....and polls say the vast majority of Americans will also....

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JackAaah

Mar-27-14 4:16 PM

I feel Obama may be assembling Seal Team Six to now take out Putin....

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locomotive

Mar-26-14 3:05 PM

Democrats don't care about their own embellishments.

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FreedomRings

Mar-26-14 1:42 PM

When was garr and all his alias's ever credible? NEVER, EVER. Distortion his game; will garr is his name.

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angeR69

Mar-26-14 10:42 AM

"Check it out for yourself. I'm not your errand boy."

No you're not. I have checked it out, and I've found nothing to substantiate these claims. At least not the way you've laid them out. I don't care whether you source them or not. But obviously you are embellishing, or your source is. So don't provide the source. It's your credibility on the line, not mine.

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locomotive

Mar-26-14 7:21 AM

nbcpolitics . nbcnews . com/_news/2014/01/15/22314076-senate-panel-on-benghazi-the-attacks-were-preventable

"Senate panel faults the State Department and intelligence agencies for failing to thwart the September 11, 2012 assault on American outposts in Benghazi and says that the attacks were "preventable."

"The panel takes both the State Department and the intelligence community to task for failing to upgrading security despite the warning signs that an attack could happen. Its findings largely mirror those of an independent review board, which released its findings in December 2012."

As memory serves, Darrel Issa is not a member of the Senate.

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angeR69

Mar-26-14 1:41 AM

"Speaking of Benghazi, Darrell Issa allowed Top Secret Classified Information to be released in an open hearing about the EXACT location of a second CIA house in Benghazi....within 2 weeks some 20 locals working WITH the CIA/USA were found murdered." Blah. Blah. Blah.

Go ahead. Source this fiction. It seems as though you may have left out a few details and embellished a few others.

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angeR69

Mar-26-14 1:35 AM

"Your hero Putin is a bumbling despot. Only the right wing would worship him. You people just aren't very bright are you?"

Painting with quite the broad brush there, aren't you, Mr. Garr? It would have been one of those rare moments in which you and I might have agreed on something... Then you had to spoil it, didn't you?

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angeR69

Mar-26-14 1:25 AM

"Oh I'm sorry, did FOX news tell you something different?"

Tell me, how much does Rupert Murdoch pay you each time you post your Fox News advertisements?

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BillGarr2016

Mar-25-14 10:57 PM

landslide2014

Mar-25-14 10:19 PM Agree | Disagree

"Democrats are responsible for every decent thing."

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BillGarr2016

Mar-25-14 9:36 PM

Speaking of Benghazi, Darrell Issa allowed Top Secret Classified Information to be released in an open hearing about the EXACT location of a second CIA house in Benghazi....within 2 weeks some 20 locals working WITH the CIA/USA were found murdered. The GOP is directly responsible for FIVE TIMES the number of people who originally died on that night. And isn't it funny that George Bush had 13 Benghazi type attacks with 45 deaths and 125 injured and NOT A SINGLE Democrat used a single one of them for Political Purposes.

Plus the fact Republicans have cost us Millions in duplicate requests for inane information.

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locomotive

Mar-25-14 6:40 PM

LOL, angeR!

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redneck

Mar-25-14 5:43 PM

they were killing each other till putin steped in. people alone are smart but put them together and then trouble usually showes up

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redneck

Mar-25-14 5:40 PM

putin will never have a benghazi

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JackAaah

Mar-25-14 12:21 PM

There will be no need to worry about foreign policy when we have PutinCare in place....

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BillGarr2016

Mar-25-14 11:01 AM

Oh I'm sorry, did FOX news tell you something different?

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angeR69

Mar-25-14 10:37 AM

Yeah, like what does this stupid poll have to with dignity and integrity?

So the sole measure of dignity and integrity in the oval office is a poll wherein respondents from around the world indicate how much they like him?

You might as well be using Facebook likes... that would be just as credible as this farce you've just presented.

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BillGarr2016

Mar-25-14 10:13 AM

Pew research finds half or more of those surveyed in 2013 expressed a favorable opinion of the U.S. in 28 of the 38 nations polled. That’s markedly better than under Obama’s predecessor, George W. Bush. In its 2008 poll, Pew found only nine of 23 nations polled reported half or more residents with a favorable opinion of the U.S.

President Obama has restored dignity and integrity to the Oval office and our country.

Any more question angryboy?

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angeR69

Mar-25-14 10:04 AM

"President Obama has restored dignity and integrity to the Oval office."

Isn't there a hole in the sand somewhere that begs for your head's attention?

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