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originally posted by: TrueBrit
Now, I believe that a nation which is prepared to compromise its morality for its security and comfort is probably not worth defending worth a god damn, and not taking the Saudi INDIVIDUALS who provided SOME but by no means all of the funding and impetus for the 9/11 attacks (the vast majority of which was actually from other sources entirely, most of it sourced from black budgets by the owners of the terror networks, the western intelligence machinery) to task regardless of the consequences, IS a compromise that is morally retarded.
In short, even if its a cold winter, it is not as cold as living with injustice.
originally posted by: Xcalibur254
This really must be the most incompetent Congress in history. I don't get how so many people can blame Obama for this country's woes when these imbeciles are in office.
originally posted by: Orionx2
It is an election year. Anything that shows support for 9/11 will look good to their voters. That is why it was 97-1 in the senate and 348-77 in the House. They will get praise by the voters then after the elections they will change the bill. Whatever it takes to get the sheeple to vote them in.
originally posted by: Krazysh0t
a reply to: Benevolent Heretic
Yea I used to be a HUGE critic of Obama, but watching how he conducts himself as a President over the last 8 years (and especially the last 3 - 4) has really improved my opinion of him. He's funny. He's smart. He's real and down to earth. He cares. All these things are easy to see with his policies and speeches.
The Republican obstructionism has done a lot to really hold Obama's legacy back, but I feel like once the biases of today are removed with time, more people will come around to accepting that Obama was really one of our better Presidents. I like him better than Bill Clinton. That's for sure.