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I sure hope so, now that the terrorists are on the run as you suggested during your campaign.
Did someone make another YouTube video? You also stated the perps that were responsible for the attack in bengasi would be held responsible what have you done about that attack?
Benghazi, Boston, Afghanistan, the only thing that matters is the terrorists have no fear of the current administration. They've seen the emperor with no clothes and they snicker, especially after the give me, give me, give me bunch re-elected him!
Sure pal, whatever you say. Maybe when we find them, we can pay for their tuition if they promise to be good.
If water boarding a captive terrorist could provide intel that would prevent something like this from happening, (at let's face it, we all know that it could) is there anyone still foolish and naive enough to believe that Enhanced Interrogation Tactics should not be employed?
You will feel the full weight of justice just like Fast and Furious, Benghazi, Pakistan, Libya, Afghanistan, Syria.....blah, blah, blah. Nobody is afraid of you, Obama. Look at what is happening in Iran (where you and Biden told us there was no nuclear threat) and North Korea. Youve got them all on the ropes, big shooter. What a clown.
How about a better choice of words ..they will feel the full might and power of the USA military if they are terrorists from another country. we do not need any more court justice non citizens
Obama: Those responsible for Boston Marathon explosions will feel 'the full weight of justice'...more lies.
"Find 'em and bring 'em to the White House. Joe, ya'll got nothin' to do. Get a 12-pack of Blatz Light Cream Ale. Beer Summit II, here we come."
After an attack I thought we are supposed to get behind a president.. What makes Obama different? Oh, I remember.
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