McCain and Graham “commend” everyone except the United States military, and then, even while applauding the developments, take yet another shot at the Obama administration

  • MusclFurPeX

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    Aug 23, 2011 3:04 AM GMT
    McCain and Graham “commend” everyone except the United States military, and then, even while applauding the developments, take yet another shot at the Obama administration.These two just can’t bring themselves put aside petty partisan sniping, even when they’re thrilled by the fall of a dictator.







    “The end of the Qadaffi regime in Libya is a victory for the Libyan people and for the broader cause of freedom in the Middle East and throughout the world. This achievement was made possible first and foremost by the struggle and sacrifice of countless Libyans, whose courage and perseverance we applaud.

    “We also commend our British, French, and other allies, as well as our Arab partners, especially Qatar and the UAE, for their leadership in this conflict. Americans can be proud of the role our country has played in helping to defeat Qaddafi, but we regret that this success was so long in coming due to the failure of the United States to employ the full weight of our airpower."
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    Aug 23, 2011 3:08 AM GMT
    John McCain will be forever known as a bitter man. He is a worthless Senator.
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    Aug 23, 2011 3:15 AM GMT

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/03/22/john-mccain-was-in-favor-_n_839249.html
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    Aug 23, 2011 3:47 AM GMT
    creature saidJohn McCain will be forever known as a bitter man. He is a worthless Senator.


    and Graham still trying to snatch McCAIN away from Cindy
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    Aug 23, 2011 3:51 AM GMT
    You should delete the term "military" in your thread title. McCain clearly did not suggest any criticism be directed against our military.
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    Aug 23, 2011 4:29 AM GMT
    MusclFurPeX saidMcCain and Graham “commend” everyone except the United States military, and then, even while applauding the developments, take yet another shot at the Obama administration.These two just can’t bring themselves put aside petty partisan sniping, even when they’re thrilled by the fall of a dictator.







    “The end of the Qadaffi regime in Libya is a victory for the Libyan people and for the broader cause of freedom in the Middle East and throughout the world. This achievement was made possible first and foremost by the struggle and sacrifice of countless Libyans, whose courage and perseverance we applaud.

    “We also commend our British, French, and other allies, as well as our Arab partners, especially Qatar and the UAE, for their leadership in this conflict. Americans can be proud of the role our country has played in helping to defeat Qaddafi, but we regret that this success was so long in coming due to the failure of the United States to employ the full weight of our airpower."





    Maybe McCain and Graham wouldn't have preferred if we'd blown through another trillion bucks and gotten a few thousand more U.S. soldiers killed in a full blown Middle East war like Bush did, but I don't think that most Americans would agree with that.

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    Aug 23, 2011 5:26 AM GMT
    rickrick91 said
    MusclFurPeX saidMcCain and Graham “commend” everyone except the United States military, and then, even while applauding the developments, take yet another shot at the Obama administration.These two just can’t bring themselves put aside petty partisan sniping, even when they’re thrilled by the fall of a dictator.







    “The end of the Qadaffi regime in Libya is a victory for the Libyan people and for the broader cause of freedom in the Middle East and throughout the world. This achievement was made possible first and foremost by the struggle and sacrifice of countless Libyans, whose courage and perseverance we applaud.

    “We also commend our British, French, and other allies, as well as our Arab partners, especially Qatar and the UAE, for their leadership in this conflict. Americans can be proud of the role our country has played in helping to defeat Qaddafi, but we regret that this success was so long in coming due to the failure of the United States to employ the full weight of our airpower."





    Maybe McCain and Graham wouldn't have preferred if we'd blown through another trillion bucks and gotten a few thousand more U.S. soldiers killed in a full blown Middle East war like Bush did, but I don't think that most Americans would agree with that.



    They don't understand that if youre patient and use your brain and your advisers that you can be sucessful rather than use fear and lies to get public opinion on your side, then attack a country with no plan! How could we ever forget--Oh thats right, REPUBS HAVE FORGOTTEN BUSH EVER EXISTED
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    Aug 23, 2011 5:39 PM GMT
    Yes, the Repubs are pretending to have forgotten that Bush ever existed.
    It's just part of the Repub's effort to try to rewrite history.

    They're trying to rewrite the fact that the Repub party spent the last 30 years saying that "deficits don't matter" and blowing up the National Debt.

    They're trying to rewrite the fact that Reagan more than tripled the National Debt.

    They're trying to rewrite the fact that Dubya doubled the National Debt.

    They're trying to rewrite the fact that Repub presidents have added 3 trillion dollars more to the National Debt than Dem presidents have.

    The Repubs WILL SAY ANYTHING.