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I just want something simple, like the TRUTH!

“Why did Obama go to Baghdad?”

He said that bringing US troops home is tied to making Iraq stable and not a safe haven for terrorists. Talking to military at Camp Victory, he said,

“You will be critical in terms of us being able to make sure Iraq is stable, that it is not a safe haven for terrorists, and we can start bringing our folks home.”

Now, that sounds like the Bush policy from the get-go. I don’t know how we allowed a camp to be named Victory, but that happened before Obama, so, you know…

I know, weird, but you gotta understand the military named that camp before Obama.

Did you hear that he’s going to have to talk to Iraqi leaders on the phone because a sandstorm prevented the helicopters from getting where they had to go. I wouldn’t be surprised if he was going to apologize for us being there.

I mean, what else has he done everywhere he stopped on this tour but apologize for the United States one way or the other?

The whole concept of American guilt predominates this guy’s existence and he considers himself to be part of a minority that has been subjugated and discriminated against, and so he identifies with the world.

The rest of the world is a minority compared to the United States.

We’re a superpower.

In the view of many on the left all we’ve done is stomp all over the world.

He goes over to Strasbourg, France, and he tells Europe that we don’t think enough of them, that we haven’t respected them enough, what were his exact words?

We somehow have not granted Europe, in our own minds, the greatness.

Europe wouldn’t be there if it weren’t for us.

It’s just outrageous what the guy went over there and said. Then he goes to Turkey and he says Turkey’s just like us, Turkey’s not a nation of Christians or Muslims; it’s a nation of shared values and ideas.

Well, we’re not a Christian nation, we’re not a Jewish nation; we’re a nation of shared values and ideas.

Not his. The shared values and ideas that Barack Obama harbors are not the values and ideas that built this country.

That’s what the argument is all about.

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