Boehner: 'I'm Going to Support the President's Call for Action' in Syria

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    after continually claiming that Boehner is Jewish, I don't think research is your strong suit.
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    I'm shocked I tell you just shocked. How the hell is this guy majority leader?
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    I've got the perfect place picked out for you to watch the action from Rep Boehner.

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    I guess sticking to one religion isn't the strong suit for some, such as Boehner. As a Christian, I don't see why I'd go to "events" for another religion that is so different from my own.
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    It seems like the Republicans can't say no to a war. What gives?
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    I imagine he is following orders. That's the only clue he needs.
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    Nice Casablanca reference. Love that movie... and love that scene. Your winning sir. :wink:
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    At least he's not a hypocrite.

    My god, its so surreal listening to Nancy Pelosi, of all people, beat the drums of war after the anti-war rhetoric she spewed during the Bush years.

    I mean, there are a lot of hypocrites in this thing, from both sides, by the major hypocrites are the democrats, all the way up to the president.

    I mean, do you really think you're fooling anyone here?

    It'd be comical were the topic not so serious.
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    The "Dems/Obama are always wrong stuff" from some of you is just ludicrous.

    Obama didn't attack!
    How dare Obama attack!
    How dare Obama consult Congress!

    Tilting at windmills, all of you.
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    Your insistence on posting while demonstrating no knowledge of historical events surrounding the topic is a regular habit of yours. Pelosi is not a pacifist, having voted for the Afghanistan invasion along with every democrat and republican in the House save one. Read before posting, please.
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    Ahh, yes. The Chief Too Hot hypocrite chimes in. I knew you would. I simply couldn't strike that nerve without your chiming in.

    Well done, Row.
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    Maybe you have something substantive to say for a change? Your fact free "analysis" is not that interesting.
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    Obviously not, considering you keep responding.

    Of course, we BOTH know that I'm right and that's why you feel the need to respond.
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    So, in your opinion, the two situations are identical: Air strikes against Syria and invading Iraq. And anyone who supported one while opposing another is a hypocrite?
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    The situations are identical.
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    The obvious difference is during the Bush years, the possible response wasn't "leaked" by the White House as it is being here.

    It didn't matter, thogh. The likes of Pelosi and Row would have opposed it anyway because it was Bush. Now, they're ALL for it because its Obama.

    It's really quite obvious.
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    Our leaders are idiots.

    By the way when did Pelosi become a warmonger? Ya I over exgarrated but now she supports strikes against Syria? There was much worse genocide in Iraq and we fought terrosit groups. Helping Syria rebels is helping our enemy....

    We have no business to go and no support national or internationally.
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    She became a warmonger when she voted for the Bush administration's Afghanistan invasion. Cripes, don't you guys know anything?
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    You seem to be tiptoeing around the true topic here, Row, and its really obvious why.


    Why do you keep ignoring yours and Pelosi's stance on Iraq?
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    Because her opposition - and mine - wasn't based on being "anti-war" but on the fact that it was one of the dumbest strategic decisions in American history, a factor which no doubt had appeal to you.

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