Obama as President denies the right for a Palestinian state to exist.

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Obama takes the easy and safe way out of the Keystone pipeline issue.

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First I you are not informed about what the Keystone pipeline issue is
and why it matters great deal here are some links:
Wikipedia
Friends of the Earth
Inspired in part by the movie Gasland a rather large movement has been born
to protest mining strategies like tracking and mountaintop mining.
A great number of people got organized and started protesting [...]

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Peace price winner Obama invades Uganda

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Nobel peace price winner Obama decided to invade a new country Uganda.
He has stated he is sending 100 american troops to Uganda to assist the local military depose/arrest/kill bad guys.
We have seen before that limited military engagement in African countries can have disastrous results. It is too bad
that Obama does not learn from history, nor [...]

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U.N. Torture Investigator Says He’s Been Denied Access To WikiLeaks Suspect

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Juan Mendez, a United Nations representative on torture said Monday that the United States has denied him unsupervised access to Bradley Manning, the Army private charged with leaking among other things classified diplomatic cables to WikiLeaks.
Mendez, the UN special rapporteur on torture, said: “I am deeply disappointed and frustrated by the prevarication of the US [...]

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Obama Owns The Treatment Of Manning Now

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By firing PJ Crowley for the offense of protesting against the sadistic military treatment of Bradley Manning, the president has now put his personal weight behind prisoner abuse. The man who once said that forced nudity was a form of torture, now takes the word of those enforcing it over a distinguished public servant. Money [...]

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Commander in Cheif allows torture of Bradley Manning

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Receptive listeners may remember similar treatment taking place at Abu Ghraib under a previous administration is now taking place in the United States and happening to an American citizen.
Soldier in Leaks Case Will Be Made to Sleep Naked Nightly
Pfc. Bradley E. Manning, the Army intelligence analyst accused of leaking government files to WikiLeaks, will be [...]

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Will Obama find those shoes?

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In the “flashback quote of the day” at Taegan Goddard’s Political Wire, he highlights words from candidate Barack Obama, made in a 2007 speech (and referenced in Slate). That quote is as follows (spoken word differs slightly from the prepared text quoted by others, what follows is transcribed from the video):
” If American workers are [...]

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President Obama signed the re-up for the Patrio act, that he railed againt before

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President Barack Obama has signed a three-month extension of key surveillance provisions of the Patriot Act.

The law extends two areas of the 2001 act. One provision allows law enforcement officials to set roving wiretaps to monitor multiple communication devices. The other allows them to ask a special court for access to business and library records [...]

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Gates: Prospects for closing Guantanamo ‘very, very low’

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Obama assertion: FBI can get phone records without oversight

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The Obama administration’s Justice Department has asserted that the FBI can obtain telephone records of international calls made from the U.S. without any formal legal process or court oversight, according to a document obtained by McClatchy.
That assertion was revealed — perhaps inadvertently — by the department in its response to a McClatchy request for a [...]

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