Sarah Palin Doctrine Emerges Arab League Echoes Her

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PostSat Mar 19, 2011 10:49 pm » by Eldorado

spock wrote:Oh man - there about a $12 trillion difference in him and Bush.

Why, because he gets to "clean up" the mess instead of continuing the war in Iraq and Afghanistan, which he is still doing to this day.........and then to save money while continuing the US War on Terror, he tries to incite terror through funding "Rebel Insurgencies" causing destruction in the rest of the middle east..... to escalate the problems so he can move in to these countries with a new "democratic" and totally passive regime towards Israel, as the world "protects" them????

How can you have a small percentage that can be poor and in a "Day of Rage" dictate the course of the whole nation through violent uprisings and have the rest of the UN ask for compassion for are they going to fund their new govt....??? with an American tax bracket for every middle eastern man woman and child??? and a social security card??? Where in all of this is the hero leader figure with the master plan..........???

There isn't one because there is no legitimate concern for any political reform, nor is there a true revolution going on.......there is a mutiny......

Qaddafi was 24 when he took over his country!!! He was the one that freed them from the royal arm that left them this way........and some of his people refused to trust him because they thought he was young and they fought against him for 30 they are running and hiding like cowards in other cities..........burning shit and breaking shit like children do at US protests........brats........

The Egyptian Google Tech who was smuggled out of the country to take classes on demonstration and revolutionary thinking, networked these "rebels" and his flights and trips were fueled by the CIA, and as he returned he was arrested IN THE AIRPORT....why would they arrest a Google employee if he wasn't guilty of something??? And now we are led to believe they aren't terrorists that were fueled by the US's interests to eliminate any Nation's control over natural resources and oil holdings......any Anti-Israeli nation, or any nation that has politically shielded suspected enemies of Israel is being targeted.

So we voted for a "Black" President to walk into the white house using a Civil Rights Crutch, then for him to continue to fight wars and then he earns the Nobel Prize for Peace.......along side the Dalai Lama and Ghandi????

Where did all these instantaneous US protests spur up from supporting the actions of these "Days of Rage" did they get all those similar uniforms made up to demonstrate nationwide in the many cities that were supporting "American Interests"

How obviously warped this scenario of events is becoming :vomit: :vomit: :vomit:

and Sarah Palin is going "Rogue" ??? who does she think she's kidding???
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PostSat Mar 19, 2011 10:56 pm » by Roadkill

spock wrote:AGAIN - I LOVE IT.

Sarah Palin would be so much a better president than Obama. Where's Drextin? Dusty/Liberal? DarkPlanet?


And the reason I say that is, because they can't be relishing in the fact that Obama is now looking like a puddle, "Spectator In Chief". Waits on FRANCE!!!! to act, before being decisive. HAAAAAAAAAAAAhahahahahahahaha.

Go Palin!

The call by the Arab League for Western military intervention in an Arab state — in this case asking that a UN “no-fly zone” be imposed over Libya – is not only without precedent but it puts in formal terms what Governor Palin stated three weeks ago should have been America’s response to the political and humanitarian crisis now unfolding there.

The former GOP vice presidential candidate was being interviewed on February 23rd on national television by Sean Hannity on a range of issues. On the Libya crisis, she proposed a no-fly-zone to protect the armed and un-armed opposition to the Qaddafi regime. Mrs. Palin’s formulation had been blogged about for nearly a week when it was echoed by the man who, before the Iraq war, had led the Iraq democratic movement in exile, Ahmed Chalabi.

A long-time foe of Saddam Hussein who has emerged as a leading figure in Iraq’s democratically elected legislature. Mr Chalabi recounted in the Wall Street Journal how President George H. W. Bush’s 1991 call for a popular uprising against Saddam had been heeded by the Iraqi people, only to have Saddam then murder some 30,000 of them from helicopter gunships while the Western world stood by.

Not again, Mr. Chalabi pleaded in his essay, and explicitly demanded a Libyan no-fly-zone. But it now it seems Qaddafi will be allowed to repeat a Saddam-style repression, even as President Obama, and the rest of what he likes to call the international community, is “watching carefully.”

Mrs. Palin also continues to link America’s energy policy — a realm in which she has experience — and U.S. foreign and anti-terrorism policies. She recognizes that the ongoing transfer of billions of U.S. petro-dollars to unstable or even hostile Mideast regimes has, since the formation in 1973 of the Organization of Petoleum Exporting Countries, been an drain on U.S. financial resources.

In a critique of Mr. Obama’s energy policies published yesterday at about the same time the Arab League was adopting her prescription for a Libya no-fly-zone, Mrs. Palin laid out how the president’s “war on domestic oil and gas exploration and production has caused us pain at the pump, endangered our already sluggish economic recovery, and threatened our national security.” Nor is Gov. Palin’s insight into complex international issues limited to areas of her immediate expertise.

The Washington Post’s Jennifer Rubin — certainly no knee-jerk advocate for Sarah Palin — wrote just a few weeks ago that Palin turns out to have been correct in the prediction she made to Barbara Walters, in a much-noted November 2009 interview. Palin stated she was opposed to Obama’s opposition to Israel’s settlement policies because “[m]ore and more Jewish people will be flocking to Israel in the days and weeks and months ahead.” Now, as Rubin noted, Israel’s Central Bureau of Statistics confirms that the pace of immigration to Israel rose 14% to 16,633 from the level in 2009, most coming from Russia or America.

Mrs. Palin will be in New Delhi later this week delivering the keynote address to the annual India Today Conclave. She has been asked to speak on “What America Means to Me.” She will speak as a crisis is simmering between America and Pakistan, India’s nuclear-armed neighbor to the northwest and will be the first high profile trip by a potential Republican contender to South Asia.

More broadly, Mrs. Palin’s address in India will be another step in the growing outline of what might be called The Palin Doctrine. It contrasts sharply with the foreign policy being conducted, if that is the word, by President Obama, who is perplexing not only the Arab world, to which he reached out in his Cairo speech at the start of his presidency, but even his own supporters in the liberal camp, and many in between, who are upset by what might be called his propensity for inaction. It’s an inaction that suggests the Arab League won’t be the only institution that might find itself surprised by the logic of the alert Alaskan.

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PostSat Mar 19, 2011 11:05 pm » by Allreadydead

I have considered this vexing question about Palin and Obama very carefully - and I would certainly shag Palin, But I would leave Obama alone,so that he can shag the rest of the world.......... :mrgreen:


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PostSat Mar 19, 2011 11:13 pm » by Rydher

I'm really digging Herman Cain the more and more I read up on the guy. Need to do some more research but I like what I see from him.

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PostSat Mar 19, 2011 11:28 pm » by Spock

roadkill wrote:Hey, if you haven't noticed we are broke. You want the rich to not pay taxes? Fine. But we cannot afford another War.

Where did I say the rich should not pay taxes?


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PostSun Mar 20, 2011 2:14 am » by Mediasorcerer

doesnt palin shoot deer from a helicopter?theyre all wack jobs really.barry sotero is a hustler and palin is a gimp.ya ya ya.
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PostWed Mar 23, 2011 4:52 am » by Rinzler




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PostWed Mar 23, 2011 6:15 am » by Frankenstein

Ok, it's not my country, so I'm wading into unknown territory here. First of all, the general consensus is that Palin is 'doable' and the 'naivety' adds to that allure.

On politics though it really doesn't seem to matter who gets in except for on the small stuff. Like over here, the differences between the parties make bugger all difference about the rising cost of living, the poor state of the economy, going into wars for suspect reasons and general population happiness.

Sure one party may tax your particular peer group $10 more or less than the other party, but the overall story remains the same.

So in conclusion, Palin in the bunker with a nurse uniform.

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PostWed Mar 23, 2011 6:32 am » by Daemonfoe

You gotta love when people engage in political mascot masturbation.

These are puppets people. It's been said 1000 times.

I mean FFS. They could play a cartoon and say it's our president and he's our #1 in command, and he runs this country, and make an episode about him causing WW3, and you people would be saying, "Man that cartoon character fucked up. I can't believe he did this to us. What an idiot! Why did you vote for him?"
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PostWed Mar 23, 2011 6:36 am » by Daemonfoe

Mods should hang their heads in shame. You're on DISCLOSE.TV and you talk about political candidates like they actually matter. Like they affect ANYTHING whatsoever.

I ban you all.
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