Back story on this thread: I receive fundraising emails from the Obama campaign all the time. Not long ago, they offered an opportunity to meet Barack Obama and George Clooney. I thought to myself ... "Wow. I would kill (not literally) to meet George Clooney!" Today I received another. Subject line offering to meet Obama and Clinton. I thought to myself (before opening it), "Wow. I don't really care whether they mean Hill or Bill, I would love to meet Clinton." [Note: They mean Bill].
How about you? Do you have any desire to meet Obama? Or if not an Obama fan, do you wish to meet your candidate of choice in person?
I would certainly like to sit down and have a one on one dialouge with the President of the United States...How can you have a second thought about that MM! If you get a chance to meet with him and TALK... WHAT's the problem MM?
Sure I'd like to meet him. I'd need at least an hour, though. Reckon it'll take that (or longer) for him to wrap his mind around even the most basic of American laws and Constitution. Somebody needs to teach him that, since Harvard dropped the ball apparently. Or maybe Occidental accidentally dropped it No matter what, the man needs to know the facts of life and law.
A few years back Bill Clinton came to speak at the Hay-on-Wye literary festival here in the UK. I would certainly have liked to have been there to listen to him as he appears to be an intelligent man as opposed to George Dubya. Certainly Obama comes across with a certain nobility and intelligence too. But hey, on this side of the pond we only get a a limited view of what's going on in US politics.
A few good men, really? If the order is LAWFUL then no such finding will be found. If an order is LAWFUL then in fact Obama is not a mass murderer. You may want to not use fiction as a basis for determining guilt or innocence. Just a thought.
Yes. Have a problem with the movie? IF lawful. Did the people say it was okay to attack? I don't remember the President asking the public. Oh yeah that's right, he invoked Executive Power, to issue the order. Doesn't make the attack RIGHT now does it? I didn't say he was a mass murder. I said that everyone including the President should be held accountable for laying such an attack.
I don't agree with America policing the whole world. It's completely absurd and will completely bankrupt this country. American politicians are the idiots who continue their tirade on the rest of the world, supposedly protecting American interests, and that a lie in and of itself, because it's not IN America's best interest to police the world. I'm not.
Have a problem with the movie? Yeah, it sucked, anything with Tom Cruise sucks. I don't believe Obama asked my permission to bomb anyone, executive powers seems to be all he needs, so does that make every order given in this circumstance lawful? I don't know, do you?
I said The rest are just following his orders.
This is a pure BS excuse.
Prime example: The movie a few good men. A couple of Marines were on trial for the murder of one of their own.
In the end, they too followed an order and were found guilty of conduct unbecoming of a Marine.
It's irrelevant as to whether or not the movie sucked. The example given still stands on it's own. I'm not a lawyer, so I don't know. Prime example of not doing what is right. No rhyme or reason for Obama to have stepped in.
It is Federally illegal to order the assassination of any Leader of any Country. Did Obama's actions result in the assassination of a Leader? It might be construed that way, regardless of Executive Order.
Edit: aside from this conversation- it still wouldn't change my original post to this thread about meeting the man.
Of course the media monopoly padded the numb minds for years prior with that blood stained notion they called "collateral damage." Absolutely nothing in mass politics is accident, and the msm proliferates a meme that we are nothing but glorified apes to ease the passages of serial murderers in office.
I wouldn't mind meeting the him. However, I'm pretty sure he wouldn't enjoy the earful I would give him. By the time I was done, he would wish that his A$$ was chewed out by his wife and not a citizen.
Who would ask him question regarding his job? Only a moron would ask him something about his job, other than "what's it like to be President of America". I mean seriously.
Meeting the man, even if a conversation was just hello, a handshake, nice to meet you, and goodbye were all to happen.
It would be an honor to meet anyone in that kind of position. The most average person(and I mean those who are not political) would love and be honored, regardless of what's happened.
The Presidency is an institution, it's a position which is supposed automatically be respected. Just because you don't like the person in charge doesn't in any way, shape or form, take away what the institution originally stands for.
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