Skip to comments.(Sen) Obama Tried to Stall GI's Iraq Withdrawal Unlawfully using "foreigners" to sway an election.
Posted on 10/12/2010 6:27:43 AM PDT by atc23
WHILE campaigning in public for a speedy withdrawal of US troops from Iraq, Sen. Barack Obama has tried in private to persuade Iraqi leaders to delay an agreement on a draw-down of the American military presence.
According to Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari, Obama made his demand for delay a key theme of his discussions with Iraqi leaders in Baghdad in July.
"He asked why we were not prepared to delay an agreement until after the US elections and the formation of a new administration in Washington," Zebari said in an interview.
Obama insisted that Congress should be involved in negotiations on the status of US troops - and that it was in the interests of both sides not to have an agreement negotiated by the Bush administration in its "state of weakness and political confusion."
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Prior to the 2008 US general election, Senator Barack Hussein Obama (D-Indonesia) was undermining the Commander in Chief in a time of war. The goal of this activity was to seek the help of "foreigners" to sway a US election.
Mr. Obamas Alinsky is showing. How utterly predictable and desperately reptilian.
Originally published before the 2008 election and ignored then. If Obama was a disloyal American before being elected, it should be no surprise he shows no patriotism after being given the reins of power.
First a traitor, now a tyrant. This is unacceptable in the American polity. Pitchforks, torches and impeachment trials!
doesnt look like Obama cares what he has to do ..or what it costs.
Sen. Dirt Bag...when it came to doing the work of a US Senator, he called it in.....when it came to slime and promoting himself,he became a traitor. The ultimate SCUMBAG LYING MUSLIM.
Of course the mainstream media ignored this story.
Bring out the guillotines and firing squads!
I still advocate for a process - to maintain law and order - and we have one: Impeachment.
The next course available to us may have to be an Article V convention. Another lawful process.
After that, secession. The lawful process of last resort, but still lawful and orderly.
After that...Well, the last argument to tyrants is force.
It’s one thing to show our disdain and ire by hoisting up pitchforks and torches in protest, but the guillotine is the fast road to anarchy - and I cannot defend anarchy when we have several options in front of us still and we haven’t tried the first one yet.
Well put. Thank you. We need to move beyond “pitchforks and torches” and onto the legally defined processes
Thanks again for reminding us
Pitchforks and torches can be used effectively to demonstrate the need for the legally defined processes, which The One, his minions and the hordes of feral zombie looters have so assiduously avoided...
We need to bring them back to it...
So, I will continue to advocate for the legally defined processes, but let there be no illusion that the spectre of pitchforks and torches - even in protest - is a warning that the real thing may be coming if we lose Law and Order...and I think it may be closer than many people realize.
I think the telltale will occur sometime between now and Janurary...Between the election and the seating of the new congress during this lame duck session.
The government needs to respect the law. If not, then they need to fear the citizens. Symbolically, not much matches up to pitchforks and torches in sending that message without crossing the line over into violence.
Perhaps, but when it gets to that point, the other methods have usually failed. Remember, Thomas Jefferson observed "The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants."
I agree wholeheartedly with Jefferson...Just saying we need to actually try the first legal options first...Not the least of which is a new Declaration of Independence, declaring us free of this tyrant.
I am supremely confident that America would rather reshape itself as a renewed and restored republic working under a new constitution, built in the spirit of the existing Consitution than, than either suffer this tyrant or suffer the throes of anarchy.
The problem with taking a life, any life, is once taken, you can’t give it back.
If removing the tyrants is not enough, that option still exists, but its a very significant point of no return which cannot be taken lightly.
Then and only then, if all else fails, force.
Force is the last argument of tyrants. Let them fire the first shot. Let them show their true colors...The people will be ready then.
My guess, these tyrants aren’t truly ready for what they have started. They are chickens, and they hope that we are even bigger chickens and wont put the whole republic at stake to save it, won’t be willing to put our lives at stake to save it.
I for one am. My country is worth it. My life is worth it.
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