“Where are all the "Bush-hating, but Obama-defending" hypocritical supporters of Obama?
I just wanted to let y'all know something.
I think Obama just got PWNED!”
LazarusRises on Jun 8, 2012 at 21:33:55
“O. is & has been a knuckle dragging GOTPot NEOCON cut from the same fabric of his mentor W.”
Dan Stewart on Jun 8, 2012 at 20:52:14
“That's a good question: where are all the Dems who vehemently criticized Bush on his wars, foreign policy and usurpation of civil liberties? They're all silent now or vociferously supporting Obama's wars, foreign policy and usurpation of civil liberties.”
“Obama looks in the mirror and sees Romney.
Romney looks in the mirror and sees Obama.
There are a lot of smart Americans with a sense of morality in them. But I'm glad I don't live in that ducked up country. Luckily, I don't live in one of those countries that receives the results of that lunacy (eg: illegal occupations, drone strikes) either.”
68Namvet on Jun 5, 2012 at 19:11:14
“So, where do you live? (if I might ask). Because I'll bet - one way or the other - this ducked up country has some influence over or impact into yours, for which, I heartily apologize.”
“Treatment of Bradley Manning, who revealed secret information about the evil actions committed by the terrorist nation U.S.A. is also 'Disturbing'.”
seldombinlayed1 on May 27, 2012 at 19:06:43
“Manning is a little turncoat. He didn't know what he released. Trust me when I tell you he'll be given plenty of time to think about it. He even said he just released a bunch of files, because the little cup cake was mad, as he put it. I still think they ought to find that mental fur ball that he turned the info over to, and put a slug in his head. Trying to remember that clowns name.”
turkeywrld on May 27, 2012 at 19:05:10
“Ahh ..but 'we' are 'good' and Manning is 'bad' ...sum's it well enough for most happy consumers...”
fapescia on May 27, 2012 at 18:51:13
“Bradley Manning is a hero for allowing the truth out about what really went on in Iraq.”
IFGA on May 27, 2012 at 18:36:12
“Not really! Much of what he posted i clasified military information and therefore he is guilty of treason and the Courts Martial board shoud impose the death penality.”
I have been following the work of folks like Noam Chomsky, late Howard Zinn. Have a profile image of Gandhi himself, and you think I'm FBS?
I'll tell you who is FBS? The paid Israeli online propagandists aka HASBARA.
folks who cheer for their own team no matter what.
I was here when Bush was Pres. Yelled off the top of my lungs when I saw his lawless parade of warcrimes. Had high hopes and expectations when Obama ran for the seat. But within 5-6 months, I had a gut feeling that things weren't going as I had expected. None other than Chomsky himself said that, "the difference between Bush and Obama is that: Bush tortures people and ends up being called out for it by the media whereas Obama doesn't waste his time on torturing, but instead commits targeted assassination via D.r.o.n.e.s (hence breaking international law)"
To be honest, I think you should stop relying on MSNBC, TheDailyShow, etc and give the sources I've provided a chance. Thank-you & take care.”
SamEllison on May 27, 2012 at 02:27:39
“I am sorry but I don't remember reading any of
your posts you claim to have written.
And you are painting me with a wide brush.
Now we have an election coming up and none of those
names you were dropping are on the ballot.
“How can Obama supporters turn a blind eye to this?
Instead of waiting to get an autograph from him, take pride and participate in any branches of OWS and help educate your community.
I mean, we had fun shouting out loud when Bush was having a jolly good ride committing crimes. But to sit quiet and still when your own "team" commits foulplay?
You ought to be ashamed of yourself!
itcounts on May 27, 2012 at 01:57:52
“Not happy about but but the president is not the one that attached this to the military/VA spending bill that had to be signed before Jan 1st. They sent it to his office and ran out of town so that they were not in session.
Obama either signs it or veterans all over the world get booted out of hospitals.
If you want to get mad, blame the congress that once again held the people, the president and the military hostage while not doing the peoples business.
If you really want to know the ramifications of this go here.
“According to Chomsky himself, voting is only about 5% effective.
What really matters is the organizing for a participatory and knowledgeable society and to frame issues in a moral manner like what most movements accomplish, eg: civil rights, women's rights and OWS.
And yes I agree, the US is just 1 player. But it is the strongest and main player. If you can give it a red card, the whole table would turn around instantaneously. eg: the US no longer supporting the apartheid SA in the late 80's, and definitely Israel/Palestine in the future.”
SirenForSanity on May 26, 2012 at 23:25:59
“There is no consensus, or even a unified vision of what this country IS. I am hoping this is the the expected stormin' before the normin' in the struggle to redefine the paradigm of this society.”
“I am aware of Chomsky. But the big boys club you speak of has more players than just the US. It is disgusting on all counts and I hate our dependence upon oil. But I do not, as an American, 'allow' them to act as they do. Our votes are meaningless if even the candidates with the most integrity are corrupted after assuming office.”
May 26, 2012 at 21:25:40
“I do a lot of self-talk and self-thought.
It's too bad, the majority of such thoughts are scary, border-line scizophrenic.
I always tend to imagine the worst case scenarios of any future events.
For example, after completing an exam, I almost end up crying fearing that I will most probably fail. Days later, I find out I got +95%. I'm happy but suddenly heavily criticize myself for losing those 1 - 2 marks.”