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Mobutu Sese

Resumen De La Diplomacia Democratica Del Obama

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y eso que era yo el que estaba celoso....

mira que eres bruuuutaaaa

El unico aqui con ínfulas de inteligente es usted mi estimado Fuehrer...

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REALITY CHECK.....

 

Veamos que tan pobres son los Obamas...bendito.......

Al presente:

Sueldo basico: $394,796.oo

Expense account : $150,000

Tax free travel account: $100,000

Entertainment budget: $20,000

Casa gratis y comida gratis, laundry gratis, electricidad gratis, agua gratis, comida gratis.

Transportacion gratis.

Cable y tv gratis.

 

Total de ingresos del 2000 hasta el 2013: $19,706,196.00

 

Pobrecito otro demócrata mas  sufriendo como Pelosi, Holllywood  y los Clintons....

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La envidia mata..mas cuando eres un pelau

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La envidia mata..mas cuando eres un pelau

Asi mismo es.....

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Ok negra ahora cogete un breakesito que has cogido mucho palo y ya no das para mas. Descansa y luego vuelves

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Ok negra ahora cogete un breakesito que has cogido mucho palo y ya no das para mas. Descansa y luego vuelves

Pero mi líder si leer sus comentarios es ganar sabiduría....

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Pero ven aca Dr Macondo

 

Y los presidentes Republikkkanos no tenian todos esos mismos beneficios que listaste?

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Pero ven aca Dr Macondo

 

Y los presidentes Republikkkanos no tenian todos esos mismos beneficios que listaste?

Mega siempre pecas igual...tratas de justificar un mal con otro mal.
Pero seamos honestos...si, los presidentes anteriores tenían esos benéficios, pero solo

los DEMOCRATAS, en especial la Hillary se declaran pobres ....cuando no lo son.

Tan ingenuo eres? Me sorprende que el Napo te tolere y apoye...

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Pero es que al que tu mencionaste fue a Obama y no a Hilary

Yo creo que debes seguir el consejo de Napo y tomarte un descansito

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Pero es que al que tu mencionaste fue a Obama y no a Hilary

Yo creo que debes seguir el consejo de Napo y tomarte un descansito

Mega tu no tienes una mente propia? bendito....

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Otro burro hablando de orejas

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Mega tu no tienes una mente propia? bendito....

AHHHHJAJAJAJAJAAJAJA a este bocabajo parece olvidarsele que ella es republikkkana. Mira negrita, TODO lo que has escrito en este tema lo sacaste de Faux News. Por el momento me reservare que tambien eres un pitiyanqui y de quienes te han convencido de que te odies a ti misma y pienses que eres inferior.....

 

 

Que brutt!!! Que brutt!!!

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AHHHHJAJAJAJAJAAJAJA a este bocabajo parece olvidarsele que ella es republikkkana. Mira negrita, TODO lo que has escrito en este tema lo sacaste de Faux News. Por el momento me reservare que tambien eres un pitiyanqui y de quienes te han convencido de que te odies a ti misma y pienses que eres inferior.....

 

 

Que brutt!!! Que brutt!!!

No papote, equivocado estas...obviamente eres el mejor ejemplo de que el ladrón juzga por su condición.

Pobre infeliz.....

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No papote, equivocado estas...obviamente eres el mejor ejemplo de que el ladrón juzga por su condición.

Pobre infeliz.....

 

Si quieres te desmiento mentirosita.... porque no vas a decir ahora que el "resumen de la diplomacia" salio de tu atolondrado cerebrito... verdad negra?

 

Tira pa lante pitiyanqui

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Vamos a recordar la diplomacia del idiota republicano de Bush hijo.

 

 

How the Top Iraqi Terrorist Was Helped by a Bush-Signed Agreement
Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, who heads the jihadists threatening Baghdad, was freed from prison under a deal W. struck with Iraq.

—By Erika Eichelberger

| Wed Jun. 18, 2014 6:00 AM EDT
isis_forces.png
A convoy of fighters with the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, an Al Qaeda-linked group AP

With the crisis in Iraq intensifying, conservative media outlets have searched for a fall guy and found one: President Barack Obama. In recent days, conservative websites have peddled the claim that it was Obama who freed the leader of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), the Al Qaeda-inspired Islamic militant group currently overrunning cities in northern Iraq and threatening Baghdad. Referring to Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, who heads ISIS, the Daily Mail asserts, "Obama SET FREE the merciless terrorist warlord now leading the ISIS horde blazing a trail of destruction through Iraq." Right-wing author David Horowitz's FrontPage Magazine claims Baghdadi, who was once held by US forces in Iraq, was released "on Obama's watch." AndRedState.com says Baghdadi was let go under the Obama administration's "policy of releasing terrorists." But they have it wrong: It was an agreement signed by President George W. Bush in 2008 that led to Baghdadi's release in 2009.

 

In 2005, US military forces captured Baghdadi. (There are not many public details about his capture or his role then in the ongoing insurgency.) He was held in a US-run detention camp in southern Iraq called Camp Bucca, where he remained for several years.

In 2008, while reducing the numbers of US troops in the country, Bush signed an agreement with the Iraqi government that mandated that all detainees be handed over to Iraqi forces. In accordance with this agreement, Baghdadi was transferred to Iraqi custody in 2009, and by 2010, the Iraqi government (for a reason not explained publicly) had set him free. That same year, Baghdadi assumed leadership of ISIS. He has since been dubbed "the new bin Laden."

 

It's not as if Bush could have prevented Baghdadi's release by maintaining control over detainees—in part because his administration had so screwed up on this front. (See Abu Ghraib.) At the time, "the United States' detainee programs had become a black eye," says Patrick Johnston, an expert on Iraqi insurgent groups at the RAND Corporation. US-run detention facilities were overcrowded; some prisoners weretortured. Continuing a large US-controlled detainee program "was a political nonstarter," he adds.

 

Once detainees were out of American hands, "the United States has relatively little leverage over its friends' and allies' choices," says Jacqueline Hazelton, a counterterrorism expert at the Naval War College. (She does not speak on behalf of the college.) And there was no telling what the Iraqis would do with the tens of thousands of suspected insurgents handed over.

 

As for Baghdadi, he was not identified as a particularly dangerous detainee. "He was a bad dude, but he wasn't the worst of the worst," Kenneth King, the former commander of Camp Bucca, told Fox News last week.

 

Many other prisoners like Baghdadi were released once the United States transferred them to the Iraqis, says Theodore Karasik, the director of research and consultancy at the Institute for Near East and Gulf Military Analysis. And this is not an uncommon practice. Afghanistan, which last year took control of the last US-run detention center there, has already released prisoners against US objections.

 

Last week, Baghdadi's Sunni terror group, which counts up to 10,000 members, seized the cities of Mosul and Tikrit, routing US-trained Iraqi troops with stunning speed. ISIS, which sprouted up after the US-led invasion in 2003, is said to make "Al Qaeda look old-fashioned"; it is extra ruthless, well funded, and Twitter savvy. The militant group already controls parts of northern Syria and much of western Iraq, and it is fighting to take control of nearly two dozen more major Iraqi towns and cities.

 

Under Baghdadi's leadership, ISIS has become a profound and vexing threat to the Iraqi government and the region, but his rise to power cannot be pinned on Obama. If conservatives want to cite Baghdadi's release as a cause of the current crisis, then they should focus on the guy in charge before Obama. 

 

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Vamos a recordar la diplomacia del idiota republicano de Bush hijo.

 

 

How the Top Iraqi Terrorist Was Helped by a Bush-Signed Agreement
Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, who heads the jihadists threatening Baghdad, was freed from prison under a deal W. struck with Iraq.

—By Erika Eichelberger

| Wed Jun. 18, 2014 6:00 AM EDT
isis_forces.png
A convoy of fighters with the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, an Al Qaeda-linked group AP

With the crisis in Iraq intensifying, conservative media outlets have searched for a fall guy and found one: President Barack Obama. In recent days, conservative websites have peddled the claim that it was Obama who freed the leader of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), the Al Qaeda-inspired Islamic militant group currently overrunning cities in northern Iraq and threatening Baghdad. Referring to Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, who heads ISIS, the Daily Mail asserts, "Obama SET FREE the merciless terrorist warlord now leading the ISIS horde blazing a trail of destruction through Iraq." Right-wing author David Horowitz's FrontPage Magazine claims Baghdadi, who was once held by US forces in Iraq, was released "on Obama's watch." AndRedState.com says Baghdadi was let go under the Obama administration's "policy of releasing terrorists." But they have it wrong: It was an agreement signed by President George W. Bush in 2008 that led to Baghdadi's release in 2009.

 

In 2005, US military forces captured Baghdadi. (There are not many public details about his capture or his role then in the ongoing insurgency.) He was held in a US-run detention camp in southern Iraq called Camp Bucca, where he remained for several years.

In 2008, while reducing the numbers of US troops in the country, Bush signed an agreement with the Iraqi government that mandated that all detainees be handed over to Iraqi forces. In accordance with this agreement, Baghdadi was transferred to Iraqi custody in 2009, and by 2010, the Iraqi government (for a reason not explained publicly) had set him free. That same year, Baghdadi assumed leadership of ISIS. He has since been dubbed "the new bin Laden."

 

It's not as if Bush could have prevented Baghdadi's release by maintaining control over detainees—in part because his administration had so screwed up on this front. (See Abu Ghraib.) At the time, "the United States' detainee programs had become a black eye," says Patrick Johnston, an expert on Iraqi insurgent groups at the RAND Corporation. US-run detention facilities were overcrowded; some prisoners weretortured. Continuing a large US-controlled detainee program "was a political nonstarter," he adds.

 

Once detainees were out of American hands, "the United States has relatively little leverage over its friends' and allies' choices," says Jacqueline Hazelton, a counterterrorism expert at the Naval War College. (She does not speak on behalf of the college.) And there was no telling what the Iraqis would do with the tens of thousands of suspected insurgents handed over.

 

As for Baghdadi, he was not identified as a particularly dangerous detainee. "He was a bad dude, but he wasn't the worst of the worst," Kenneth King, the former commander of Camp Bucca, told Fox News last week.

 

Many other prisoners like Baghdadi were released once the United States transferred them to the Iraqis, says Theodore Karasik, the director of research and consultancy at the Institute for Near East and Gulf Military Analysis. And this is not an uncommon practice. Afghanistan, which last year took control of the last US-run detention center there, has already released prisoners against US objections.

 

Last week, Baghdadi's Sunni terror group, which counts up to 10,000 members, seized the cities of Mosul and Tikrit, routing US-trained Iraqi troops with stunning speed. ISIS, which sprouted up after the US-led invasion in 2003, is said to make "Al Qaeda look old-fashioned"; it is extra ruthless, well funded, and Twitter savvy. The militant group already controls parts of northern Syria and much of western Iraq, and it is fighting to take control of nearly two dozen more major Iraqi towns and cities.

 

Under Baghdadi's leadership, ISIS has become a profound and vexing threat to the Iraqi government and the region, but his rise to power cannot be pinned on Obama. If conservatives want to cite Baghdadi's release as a cause of the current crisis, then they should focus on the guy in charge before Obama. 

Esta autora proviene de Motherjones...ultra liberal..Seria positivo si Dona Mima nos explicara como ayuda el echar culpas y dar excusas a resolver la crisis en Irak.... Y seria aun mas positivo si nos recuerda quien es el Presidente actual, cuales son sus responsabilidades y porque es tan incompetente ( mas del 60% de los votantes eso opinan).

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Lots of success....

1. Obamacare

2. ISIS

3. IRS

4. LIBYA

5. BENGHAZI

6. AFGANISTAN

7. GIRLS KIDNAPPED IN AFRICA

8. CRIMEA

9. GOLF AND MORE GOLF

10. MULTI TRILLION DEFICIT

11. PALESTINIAN-ISRAEL

 

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