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Online chris jones

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McCain meets with AL-Q.
« on: May 30, 2013, 09:47:37 pm »
 Touching isn't it, this guy is backing a gang of cold blooded powrmongering suckups. Not only have they murdered the citizens who won't join them, they simply murder at will.
 When this crew caught Gadaffi they wer truly democratic freedom rebs, they beat him half to death and then sodomized him  with a knife and a smile, before shooting him. Hey JM you know how to pick em.
  I have a feeling the WH crew knew of his littel pow wow, with the mauraders, not much gets by the them.
He may publicly take shots at Oby, but its all show they answer to the same bosses.
 He has insisted that the United States could locate the "right people"( sadists for hire) to help among rebel ranks infiltrated with radicalised Islamists.
However, he may have crossed paths with men linked to a group notorious in the region for kidnapping the pilgrims, the Daily Star said.
The paper said that as well as McCain's photographs with rebel commanders, one image showed the face of Mohammad Nour - identified by two freed hostages as the chief spokesman and photographer for the Northern Storm brigade that kidnapped them.

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Re: McCain meets with AL-Q.
« Reply #1 on: May 30, 2013, 09:59:57 pm »
McLame is a f**king idiot!  He probably would have been as bad as Ovomit if he had won.

What a "choice" we had in 2008.
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Re: McCain meets with AL-Q.
« Reply #2 on: May 31, 2013, 12:27:24 am »
On Veterans Day... Anyone catch that?  ;)
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Re: McCain meets with AL-Q., Rand opposes
« Reply #3 on: June 01, 2013, 06:03:12 pm »
Friction between McCain, Paul underscores divide within Republican Party

Published June 01, 2013

Recent sniping between upstart Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul and Arizona Sen. John Mc Cain underscores the divide within the Republican Party. (AP/Reuters)

Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul  and Arizona Sen. John McCain are once again banging heads – this time over whether to arm Syrian rebels – in the latest dispute that underscores a divide in the GOP and intensifies the fight over what the party will represent in 2016 and beyond.

Paul, a first-term senator and Tea Party favorite surging in popularity, took the latest shot by opposing aid to the rebels – a key part of McCain’s plan to end the two-year Syrian civil war in which 70,000 civilians and others have been killed.

“It is very clear that any attempt to aid the Syrian rebels would be complicated and dangerous, precisely because we don't know who these people are,” Paul writes in an opinion piece earlier this week. “The situation in Syria is certainly dire. … Al Qaeda is making confirmed inroads into the country. No one wants to see Syria become a bastion of extremism. But like other American interventions in the past, U.S. involvement could actually help the extremists.”

McCain and Paul split last month as members of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee when McCain, elected to Congress in 1983, voted in favor of the Syria Transition Act, which calls for “limited lethal and non-lethal assistance and training to vetted Syrian groups.”

Paul voted against the bill and warned in his op-ed Thursday for CNN that the U.S. now “has reason to believe” that Libyan rebels who helped overthrow dictator Moammar Gadhafi and whom McCain appeared to supported in 2011 were in fact connected to al Qaeda and other Islamic extremists. The bill passed by a 13-5 vote.

Their ideological fight is just one of several among Republicans as members seek to define and reshape the party after losing the last two presidential elections.

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