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    I was in the 101st 3/502nd Inf in 1985 (Gander).

    President and Nancy Regan came to visit us almost immediately.

    Then he went to Dover AFB to show respect.

    It was an honor to meet such a great leader and a great man.

    Oblabla could learn a little from true leadership.
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    I was turkey hunting all weekend and heard of the attack when we finally got radio signal on the way back. The story of the shooting was on the cover of NO Sunday newspaper in Pa, that I saw. But President Obama's face was staring at me right on the cover of our local paper, touting this "Historic Moment" for Healthcare.

    President Bush this weekend showed once again that despite all his faults (he had many), he is and always will be a great man with his heart in the right place. At least my brothers in arms could count on ONE Commander in Chief showing he supports them.

    Our thoughts and prayers need to stay with the victims of this terrible, cowardly act.
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    It's all abouot Obama and his great accomplishments like;

    Being a fighter pilot, oh that was Bush.
    Must have been stopping the insurgency in Iraq, oh that was Bush.
    Must have been the rapid response to teh 911 attack, oh that was bush.
    Must have been the time he stood up to the UN, oh that was Bush too.

    Oh how about the time he was a ........................ just what has he done?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Guy View Post
    It's all abouot Obama and his great accomplishments like;

    Being a fighter pilot, oh that was Bush.
    Must have been stopping the insurgency in Iraq, oh that was Bush.
    Must have been the rapid response to teh 911 attack, oh that was bush.
    Must have been the time he stood up to the UN, oh that was Bush too.

    Oh how about the time he was a ........................ just what has he done?
    He got us all primed and ready for "THE GREAT DEPRESSION 2: Money and Toilet paper"
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    Well, he is a dumb ass. If he keeps going like this money and toilet paper will have the same value. Remember the Italian Lire in the 80's $150,000 for a snickers. A great testament to Socialism.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Guy View Post
    It's all abouot Obama and his great accomplishments like;

    Being a fighter pilot, oh that was Bush.
    Must have been stopping the insurgency in Iraq, oh that was Bush.
    Must have been the rapid response to teh 911 attack, oh that was bush.
    Must have been the time he stood up to the UN, oh that was Bush too.

    Oh how about the time he was a ........................ just what has he done?
    He got the Nobel Peace Prize.:mad:
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    Quote Originally Posted by marinejcksn View Post
    President Bush this weekend showed once again that despite all his faults (he had many), he is and always will be a great man with his heart in the right place. At least my brothers in arms could count on ONE Commander in Chief showing he supports them.
    Very true.

    There was a lot of legitimate criticism about his administration. Say what you want about the man, but at the very least his sincerity and "sportsmanship," for lack of a better word, is exemplary.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hanyou View Post
    Very true.

    There was a lot of legitimate criticism about his administration. Say what you want about the man, but at the very least his sincerity and "sportsmanship," for lack of a better word, is exemplary.
    Try class, respect and dignity. These three adjectives are missing from the present administration but were in abundance with the Bush administration. OBlah Blah believes he is clever enough or we are too stupid to see his faults. He thinks we can't see his hyper-partisanship. He actually believes his rhetoric and thinks we believe it also.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AmPat View Post
    Try class, respect and dignity. These three adjectives are missing from the present administration but were in abundance with the Bush administration. OBlah Blah believes he is clever enough or we are too stupid to see his faults. He thinks we can't see his hyper-partisanship. He actually believes his rhetoric and thinks we believe it also.
    Proof that sometimes there are better words, it's just not easy to think them up past midnight. XP

    Humility too. That's something Obama will never have--not only is he full of himself, but the media consistently validates his delusions of grandeur.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hanyou View Post
    Proof that sometimes there are better words, it's just not easy to think them up past midnight. XP

    Humility too. That's something Obama will never have--not only is he full of himself, but the media consistently validates his delusions of grandeur.
    Agreed. I realize that photos can be brutal. I can't take a photo ever without looking like Goober or a bad cartoon. In O Blah Blah's case, there are already too many photos showing his arrogance.
    Education without values, as useful as it is, seems rather to make man a more clever devil.
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