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    Just to better understand this thread, can someone list Obama's resume concerning foreign affairs prior to him becoming president?
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    I think there should be a rule that

    no presidential candidate who has no credentials or experience in foreign affairs shall issue pronouncements criticizing a sitting President during a crisis or confrontation between the US and a foreign government. They would be free to say any ridiculous and ignorant thing they want to say after the crisis has passed.
    Starting your argument with a grade school comment like that renders your argument null and void. Learn how to use big boy words to express yourself if you want to be taken seriously. Then we will discuss how asinine your argument is and how your great chosen one would be subject to your ignorant "rule".
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    Quote Originally Posted by NJCardFan View Post
    Just to better understand this thread, can someone list Obama's resume concerning foreign affairs prior to him becoming president?
    How about his expertise on anything prior to becoming president?
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