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By Napolean DoneHisPart, April 3, 2011 at 11:55 am Link to this comment
That Kevin Drum is the clearest sign of blind allegiance that anyone could have read!
If that IS a real person, then we see the ignorance the learned are up against… if not, it is a clear case of a shill / lackey doing their job of muddying the waters.
By Robespierre115, April 2, 2011 at 11:14 pm Link to this comment
Mr. Fish actually has a brain, unlike this retard who comes straight out of “Animal Farm”:
“So what should I think about [the war in Libya]? If it had been my call, I wouldn’t have gone into Libya. But the reason I voted for Obama in 2008 is because I trust his judgment. And not in any merely abstract way, either: I mean that if he and I were in a room and disagreed about some issue on which I had any doubt at all, I’d literally trust his judgment over my own. I think he’s smarter than me, better informed, better able to understand the consequences of his actions, and more farsighted.”
—Kevin Drum, Friday, in Mother Jones
By fearnotruth, April 2, 2011 at 4:35 am Link to this comment
Mr. Fish, you must be listening to Tarpley. Please tell Mr. Scheer to do the same.
Bush and Cheney used al Qaeda as a pretext for attack; Obama allies with
al Qaeda as the infantry of overstretched imperialism in Libya and Yemen
Webster G. Tarpley March 31, 2011 - http://tarpley.net/
The Libya Rebels: A CIA Secret Army of al Qaeda Terrorists, Anti-Black
Racists, and Monarchists
The CIA’s Libya Rebels: The Same Terrorists who Killed US, NATO Troops in Iraq
2007 West Point Study Shows Benghazi-Darnah-Tobruk Area was a World
Leader in Al Qaeda Suicide Bomber Recruitment</b>
“Serpents, thirst, heat, and sand … Libya alone can present a multitude of woes
that it would beseem men to fly from.”
Webster G. Tarpley, Ph.D.
March 24, 2011
Washington DC, March 24, 2011 — The current military attack on Libya has
been motivated by UN Security Council resolution 1973 with the need to
protect civilians. Statements by President Obama, British Prime Minister
Cameron, French President Sarkozy, and other leaders have stressed the
humanitarian nature of the intervention, which is said to aim at preventing a
massacre of pro-democracy forces and human rights advocates by the Qaddafi
By Tom J, April 2, 2011 at 3:47 am Link to this comment
Your effing pissing me off. So F U Mr Fish.
So stop carping & provide some solutions for the serious problems we are
experiencing. Oh right that’s not your job!
By samosamo, April 1, 2011 at 12:28 pm Link to this comment
Here, gadhfi, these will keep me from ordering ‘boots on the
By doublestandards/glasshouses, April 1, 2011 at 12:08 pm Link to this comment
There’s something in the white house that causes the occupant’s brain to atrophy so that he forgets everything beyond yesterday and is unable to learn from the past. What this reminds me of is how Carter and Reagan funded the rebel troops fighting the Russians in Afghanistan which led to Al Queda and the Taliban. When the chickens come home to roost they shit all over everything.
By Napolean DoneHisPart, April 1, 2011 at 9:27 am Link to this comment
You’re getting better Mr. Fish… almost proud of you.
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