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Whitewing

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This is what a principled liberal sounds like. You guys should try it sometimes.

Imagine what the public response would be if former President George W. Bush, during his term of office, had engaged in armed conflict with some country without securing Congressional authorization under the War Powers Resolution, adopted in 1973. That resolution allows the President to engage in "hostilities" for a period of 60 days (with a further 30-day withdrawal period) without Congressional authorization, so that he/she would have the necessary freedom to act immediately to protect the national interest. For example, if American citizens were in danger in some country and American military forces were needed to rescue them, the President could do that on his own discretion and get out. However, if he wants to stay more than 60 days, he is required to come to the Congress, explain why and seek Congressional authorization.

Will the Democratic-controlled Senate hold President Obama to the same standard the Republican-controlled House appears prepared to do and that which the Senate undoubtedly would have done to President Bush? Will equal justice prevail in the legislative branch of our government, and will those we elected do their duty, no matter how painful it may be?

http://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2011/06/21/no_one_is_above_the_law_110293.html
 

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The Democrats and Republicans will put on a charade for the media and the American people and appeal to the U.N. or N.A.T.O. as being a higher authority, and Obama and Hilary and England and Israel will end up getting any war they want, I'm afraid.
 
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the UN sits on property donated by the Rockefeller's. They seem to still own it.

these wars are only about making money for the very rich and stealing resources from weaker countries...

WAR ON TERROR is for the morons. we are going to kill that buggie bear that sleeps under your bed...it is sad how dumb our country really is.
 

hopalong

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shaumei said:
the UN sits on property donated by the Rockefeller's. They seem to still own it.

these wars are only about making money for the very rich and stealing resources from weaker countries...

WAR ON TERROR is for the morons. we are going to kill that buggie bear that sleeps under your bed...it is sad how dumb our country really is.

Sticks and stones shammmeeee, you name calling gets old, cause you offer no proof :wink: :wink:
 
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lightninboy said:
hopalong said:
Sticks and stones shammmeeee, you name calling gets old, cause you offer no proof :wink: :wink:
What proof have you ever offered on anything?

the rockefellers donated the land for the un...you do not think they are getting any for their investment? they run the cfr....david does...he was just at bilderburg where he is the chairman....

proof...it is fact...prove me wrong..
 

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lightninboy said:
I mean "What proof has hopalong ever offered on anything?"

I offer proof every day that you and shameful are loons :D :D :D :D
 

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