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What a hoot if there is any truth to this. :thumb: The son of a white trash whore and his gang of asshats sure have been getting walked all over on the world stage.


By Albina Kovalyova, Keir Simmons and Alastair Jamieson, NBC News
Syria confirmed it would accept a Russian-brokered proposal to place its chemical weapons under international control Tuesday, hours after France announced it would seek a U.N. Security Council resolution seeking a similar plan.
Syria’s Foreign Minister Walid al-Moualem told NBC News in Moscow that he hoped acceptance of the "peaceful solution" would "put an end to the war."
The news added to the international momentum behind the proposal, which was came out of an has already been endorsed by Iran and China and cautiously welcomed by Britain, France and Germany.

Obama said Monday that the plan offered a path that averted U.S. military strikes. A U.N. resolution could allow the United States and its allies to accept a diplomatic way out of the crisis, even as Obama prepared to make his case for military strikes on Syria to the American people.


In a further development, a spokesman for Vladimir Putin said the Russian president had discussed the weapons handover plan with Obama at last week’s G-20 summit.

That shed a different light on Secretary of State John Kerry’s mention of the plan at a news conference in London on Monday. That had previously been characterized by spokesman Jen Psaki as an off-the-cuff “rhetorical argument.”
In an interview with NBC News’ Savannah Guthrie, Obama described Russia's plan as "potentially positive" but said that "we have to be skeptical," reflecting concern that it could be a distraction tactic. The president said he had not decided whether he will order a strike on Syria without congressional support — adding that he's not certain he'll win a vote on a resolution to authorize military action.
The president will travel to Capitol Hill Tuesday to meet with the Senate Democratic Caucus and Senate Republican Conference before delivering an address to the nation from the East Room of the White House at 9:01 p.m. ET.
His case for limited airstrikes targeting Assad's regime was boosted early Tuesday when a Human Rights Watch report blamed Syrian government forces for the Aug. 21 poison gas attack that killed hundreds of people.
The U.S.-based rights group said it had reached its conclusion after analyzing witness accounts, remnants of the weapons used and medical records of victims.

full article: 'Peaceful solution': Syria accepts Russia deal to hand over chemical weapons - World News
 

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O will still push a plan that benefits the Muslim Brotherhood. His alumni.

He has an obligation to them.
 

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You saying he wants to protect his Muslim Brothers from the Hood?
 

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He wants to help them take over the hood
 

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This has nothing whatsoever to do with civil war. It's all about a pipeline to Saudi Arabia.

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Thanks for the info. I didnt now that. Interesting that the liberals always blamed Bush for being an oil man.
The double standards these liberals must employ have far reaching effects. Without them, they are made complete fools for everything they believe.
 

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Is it a double standard or merely theatre to manipulate and control political power within the emotional utopian class?
 

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Just because I dislike them so and wont even give them the polite decency of being called a hypocrite, its simply to nice a term.

"Diderot’s paradox of the actor consisted of the fact that the actor portraying strong heart-felt passions and agitation on the stage and bringing the audience to a high emotional pitch, himself remains devoid of even a shade of the passion that he portrays and that shocks the viewer. The absolute formulation of the question by Diderot is as follows: must the actor experience what he portrays, or is his acting a higher form of “aping,” an imitation of an ideal [political] prototype?"

Soviet Psychology
Lev Vygotsky 1932
 
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