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  posted on 5/5/2011 at 08:56 AM
Although he has been in N.Y.C. dozens of times as President he could never bother to make it to Ground Zero.

Now that he has won the Superbowl of politics by smoking Osama he is heading down there like he is going to Disney World.

Cashing in on the people who died there.

And yes, Bush was a slimeball too.

 

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  posted on 5/5/2011 at 09:03 AM
Got it, but i have already heard the Glen Beck rant. It's a load of crap.

 

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  posted on 5/5/2011 at 09:04 AM
I am extremely happy they got Bin Laden. However, I must agree with William. Its making me sick to my stomach that both sides are politicizing this event. I am looking out of my window into the pit of the WTC right now. This is nothing more than a campaign stop/victory lap. He has not been here once. He was in NYC a few weeks ago, but that was just to pick the pockets of the hedge fund folks and bankers. He says he does not want to release photos because it would be gloating. What he is doing today is nothing short of gloating. The republicans are also soooo sick. They sit there are slap Bush on the back and on and on and on.

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To be fair to President Obama I don't understand any real signigicance to him having visited or not visited ground zero before now. To me (opinion) it would be like the media reporting on a story every day when there have been no new details.

As someone who did not vote for President Obama, I have no problem with his "victory lap" at ground zero. I wish that this were a bi-partisan event, though. "Slimeball" or not, I honestly believe that a lot of the intelligence gathered by the Bush administration was at least a down-payment on finally locating and killing the bad guy.

We have become so politically divided as a nation. I think an appearance by President Obama - with a guest appearance by former President Bush might go a long way towards healing our divide.

You might say I'm a dreamer ...

 

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  posted on 5/5/2011 at 09:13 AM
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We have become so politically divided as a nation. I think an appearance by President Obama - with a guest appearance by former President Bush might go a long way towards healing our divide.
Bush was invited to participate but declined.

 

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  posted on 5/5/2011 at 09:19 AM
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Although he has been in N.Y.C. dozens of times as President he could never bother to make it to Ground Zero.

Now that he has won the Superbowl of politics by smoking Osama he is heading down there like he is going to Disney World.

Cashing in on the people who died there.

And yes, Bush was a slimeball too.


Has he been to Peral harbor or the Vietnam Veterans memorial?......

I think the man has better things to do that appease your need for him to be at certain places to fill your need of him being there...

 

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  posted on 5/5/2011 at 09:28 AM
While I don't think he should/needs to visit Ground Zero at this time, calling him a "Slimeball" is a bit much.

OBL is dead. We got him on our terms. Now lets move on and get the rest of the bad guys.

 

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  posted on 5/5/2011 at 11:27 AM
For people who, in the past, have talked about the victims and the families of victims on 9/11 there is a major lack of understanding about what Obama's presence might mean to them. His people ultimately found and eliminated Osama and it's only fitting that he be there to help them have their closure...if closure is possible. Bush said he'd hunt the people responsible for the disaster down and bring them to justice....he was there to throw out the promise...I don't understand why he doesn't want to be there now. And, as lolasdeb said, he was invited so Obama was trying to make it a bi-partisan event.

 

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Although he has been in N.Y.C. dozens of times as President he could never bother to make it to Ground Zero.

Now that he has won the Superbowl of politics by smoking Osama he is heading down there like he is going to Disney World.

Cashing in on the people who died there.

And yes, Bush was a slimeball too.


Has he been to Peral harbor or the Vietnam Veterans memorial?......

I think the man has better things to do that appease your need for him to be at certain places to fill your need of him being there...


I don't have a need for him to be there at all. My point is that he only has gone there when there is something in it for him. He is scoring points with a victory lap.
How come he never visited that site in the past as President?
The answer is that it never meant enough to him to go or he would have.
Please don't tell me his schedule would not allow it.
He has been to N.Y.C. dozens of times as President and never stopped..even for five minutes.
He is a slimeball.

 

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  posted on 5/5/2011 at 11:30 AM
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While I don't think he should/needs to visit Ground Zero at this time, calling him a "Slimeball" is a bit much.

OBL is dead. We got him on our terms. Now lets move on and get the rest of the bad guys.


Slimeball for sure. Actually I was going easy on him.

 

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  posted on 5/5/2011 at 11:32 AM
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... Now lets move on and get the rest of the bad guys.



How about Jamie Dimon and Lloyd Blankfein get picked up today.

 

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  posted on 5/5/2011 at 11:34 AM
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While I don't think he should/needs to visit Ground Zero at this time, calling him a "Slimeball" is a bit much.

OBL is dead. We got him on our terms. Now lets move on and get the rest of the bad guys.


Slimeball for sure. Actually I was going easy on him.


Slimeball is not far off the mark.

 

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  posted on 5/5/2011 at 11:40 AM
But it was okay for Bush to be there to tell everyone he was going to get the bad guys...promises he couldn't keep?

 

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  posted on 5/5/2011 at 11:44 AM
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But it was okay for Bush to be there to tell everyone he was going to get the bad guys...promises he couldn't keep?


None of the terrorists killed or captured on Bush's watch counted?

 

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  posted on 5/5/2011 at 11:47 AM
Yeah right, he's a slimeball, and yet you're the ones bashing him for paying tribute to the people who lost their lives. He's the President of the United States, his presence there might actually matter to some of these families, and just because you're unwilling to accept that he is the leader of this nation doesn't mean Obama shouldn't act like a leader.

I live in New York. I never go to the WTC site either. Because there is nothing to see there. It's a construction site.

:et's be honest, if he did visit the site 6 months ago, he would have been roundly blasted by dishonest people like you for trying to score political points. He's there today but he's not speaking. He's just laying a wreath. Because he has a sense of decency that you know nothing about.

 

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But it was okay for Bush to be there to tell everyone he was going to get the bad guys...promises he couldn't keep?


None of the terrorists killed or captured on Bush's watch counted?


Is that what Ann said? Because I figured she was just pointing out that Bush promised to get Bin Laden, completely failed in that promise, then abandoned the search after deciding it was better to invade Iraq over a grudge than to stick to the primary mission of tracking and eliminating terrorist threats.

 

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  posted on 5/5/2011 at 11:56 AM
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... Now lets move on and get the rest of the bad guys.



How about Jamie Dimon and Lloyd Blankfein get picked up today.
What are the charges?

 

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How come he never visited that site in the past as President?


He's been to Ground Zero before and has paid his respects, why does it matter to you so much when that was? Were you calling on him to visit ground zero a month ago?

 

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  posted on 5/5/2011 at 11:58 AM
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How about Jamie Dimon and Lloyd Blankfein get picked up today.


Ha, Obama was just here a few weeks ago taking their money. He can't very well kill or arrest them. He needs them for his re-election.

 

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But it was okay for Bush to be there to tell everyone he was going to get the bad guys...promises he couldn't keep?


None of the terrorists killed or captured on Bush's watch counted?


Is that what Ann said? Because I figured she was just pointing out that Bush promised to get Bin Laden, completely failed in that promise, then abandoned the search after deciding it was better to invade Iraq over a grudge than to stick to the primary mission of tracking and eliminating terrorist threats.


None of the terrorists killed or captured on Bush's watch counted?

 

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  posted on 5/5/2011 at 12:17 PM
In the last few days I have learned more things and had more suspicions confirmed when it comes to the current state of politics than I ever thought I would.

 

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But it was okay for Bush to be there to tell everyone he was going to get the bad guys...promises he couldn't keep?


None of the terrorists killed or captured on Bush's watch counted?


Is that what Ann said? Because I figured she was just pointing out that Bush promised to get Bin Laden, completely failed in that promise, then abandoned the search after deciding it was better to invade Iraq over a grudge than to stick to the primary mission of tracking and eliminating terrorist threats.


And guess what none of this has anything to do with;
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Although he has been in N.Y.C. dozens of times as President he could never bother to make it to Ground Zero.

Now that he has won the Superbowl of politics by smoking Osama he is heading down there like he is going to Disney World.

Cashing in on the people who died there.

And yes, Bush was a slimeball too.

 

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But it was okay for Bush to be there to tell everyone he was going to get the bad guys...promises he couldn't keep?


None of the terrorists killed or captured on Bush's watch counted?


Is that what Ann said? Because I figured she was just pointing out that Bush promised to get Bin Laden, completely failed in that promise, then abandoned the search after deciding it was better to invade Iraq over a grudge than to stick to the primary mission of tracking and eliminating terrorist threats.


None of the terrorists killed or captured on Bush's watch counted?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4PGmnz5Ow-o

 

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Yeah right, he's a slimeball, and yet you're the ones bashing him for paying tribute to the people who lost their lives. He's the President of the United States, his presence there might actually matter to some of these families, and just because you're unwilling to accept that he is the leader of this nation doesn't mean Obama shouldn't act like a leader.

I live in New York. I never go to the WTC site either. Because there is nothing to see there. It's a construction site.

:et's be honest, if he did visit the site 6 months ago, he would have been roundly blasted by dishonest people like you for trying to score political points. He's there today but he's not speaking. He's just laying a wreath. Because he has a sense of decency that you know nothing about.


Assertions based solely on your own biased opinion. But then again thatís just my opinion.

[Edited on 5/5/2011 by er1016]

 

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  posted on 5/5/2011 at 12:50 PM
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But it was okay for Bush to be there to tell everyone he was going to get the bad guys...promises he couldn't keep?


bearing a megaphone and a grin on his face...knowing the power he had in his hand at that moment to carry out whatever foreign policy action he and Dick were willing to carry out.


I hope you all caught this incredibly stupid quote from Condoleeza Rice (the most mind-blowingly stupid part is in bold), who was on FOX as part of the Bush administration's ongoing efforts to rewrite history to wash the blood off their hands:

"But President Bush had at Ground Zero probably the most important moment maybe in American history. It was when this wounded nation watched their commander-in-chief stand on that rubble and say that they will hear us, we are going to avenge this. And it's not just avenging Osama bin Laden, as important as that is. But it's all the field generals that have been brought to justice over the last years, it is improving now the prospects for an Afghanistan that might actually be stable, it's a worldwide net against al Qaeda, it's victories of democracy in places like Iraq. And so, slowly but surely this is all coming into place and President Bush began that with that call to the nation ó that clarion call to the nation at Ground Zero."

 
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