Obama after taking office virtually keep all G.W.Bush war on terror policies

United States
May 3, 2011 9:32am CST
We have to give President Obama a certain amount of credit for the killing of Bin Laden. President Barack Obama did it by keeping in place virtually all of George W. Bush’s “War on Terror” policies. After all the condemning of President G.W.Bush and vise President Richard Cheney over their war policies it was those same policies that took Bin Laden out.The white house has not yet released the pictures of Bid Laden's body.Are you waiting to see the white house pictures?
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@debrakcarey (19924)
• United States
3 May 11
I'm going to have to get up earlier... to beat you to the punch. I was about to start a discussion on this very thing. Obama's biggest coup is the result of following BUSH'S policies! The liberals are so fond of saying that Obama is not to be condemned for the PROBLEMS Bush left him. So, stands to reason...Obama is not to be given credit for BUSH'S War on Terror finally bearing fruit? I do give him credit where it is due. He was smart enough afterall, to keep Bush's policies in place. And I suppose he can be given credit for knowing WHEN to strike.
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@debrakcarey (19924)
• United States
1 May 12
Thank you once again, I appreciate the BR.
@Netsbridge (3242)
• United States
4 May 11
Barack Hussein Obama is political conservative, all noted for their warlikeness. If truth on freedom fighter Osama bin Laden wanted to be made known, then his alleged body would never have been buried at sea.
• United States
3 May 11
Are you actually giving props to Bush too? Oooh friend the Obamanites are going to eat you for dinner.. How dare you? That said I had found it interesting all along that they didn't change what Bush had put in place even though that is not what they had said would be done and yet all the supporters didn't give a war cry over it and are now applauding Obama as if he instituted them I appreciate you giving fair props to them both. I am not saying he didn't have anything to do with it but in truth I find his signing of a paper or taking of a phone call not enough to praise him as an American hero over those who actually got dirty and did the deed. To those people I give my respect and thanks too! After thought I have thought it unfair that they have not condemned Obama for placing Federal freezes as McCain had stated in his economical plan. After all they gave McCain about (yes he had more then what has happened I realize) though people where unhappy about the freezes no one seems to have brought up that he opposed them while running for office. Does make you wonder if McCain had frozen things a couple years ago would it be this bad now?...food for thought.
@debrakcarey (19924)
• United States
3 May 11
It is so sad that we have to weed through all the BS to find the truth. Our whole system is one of smoke and mirrors and is made to confuse and disilusion the American people from getting involved. How many times have I read comments or responses that indicate that people are sick and tired of having to DIG to get at the truth? Why can't our leaders just tell the truth? Why should we have to wade through piles of cr@p just to find out what they 'really' mean? This in itself, that we are to this point of having to second guess everything our leaders (both parties) have to say, convinces me we are going down. Sorry, I'm just sick of it. It shouldn't take a full day of research on the web, or wading through old news to find out if something is true or not. maybe its just me, I expect to much?
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