Terrorist training camp south of El Paso

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    Give up your guns, because the Government would never allow IS to step up shop in our own back yard.
     
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    Curiously enough, I'm not sure that ISIS is the scariest thing south of El Paso.
     
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    True

    The scariest thing resides in the white house.
     
  4. DearthnVader thread starter macrumors regular

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    Failed geography?
     
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    You really believe Obama is worse than Daesh. Wow.
     
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    I'm still wondering how some people can see Obama as both a mewling, effete coward, and a bloodthirsty tyrant who lords over us all with an iron fist. It's a bit of a contradictory personification, isn't it?
     
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    what if he is multitasking? :p
     
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    That's less multitasking, more a severe example of dissociative identity disorder.
     
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    Is it cheaper than the day camp I put my kids in? I'm open to options.
     
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    well, it is Obama after all. same guy who promised to close GITMO and instead made their detention signed into law legal so......
     
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    Judicial Watch has been selling selling this idea for years.

    Last year, the site reported that there was a terrorist training camp "a few miles from Texas" citing "Mexican authorities."

    So, a TV news crew went to Anapra and found absolutely no evidence that such a base existed.

    And, last week, the site said that a "Islamic refugee" was caught with gas pipeline plans in Luna County, New Mexico. And, yet officials in DHS and the Luna County Sheriff deny that such an event ever took place.
     
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    How could the Obama administration allow Shaykh Mahmood Omar Khabir to operate openly in Mexico, unless they've flipped him and he's working for the CIA, in which case I see this going south like Fast and Furious.
     
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    The funny thing about Obama is how everyone treats certain things he does at certain moments, depending on how it fits their narrative. Case in point...

    Obama tried closing Gitmo, congress stood in his way. This goes to show how ineffectual and pansy-like he is. A real leader would've forced his agenda on everyone, and done what we wanted come hell or high water. Obama is an effeminate waffler who can't even take control of his own congress.

    ...wait, Obama went over Congress' heads, and passed an Executive Order? THIS MAN IS A MAD TYRANT WHO STYLES HIMSELF OUR KING, OUT TO TAKE AWAY OUR RIGHTS AND FREEDOMS BY SUBVERTING THE CHECKS AND BALANCES OF OUR GOVERNMENT! GAAAHHHH!

    It's the end result of what happens not when you look at things objective, but try to find fault in everything someone does.
     
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    This assumes that Shaykh Mahmood Omar Khabir isn't full of it.
     
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    Over-reliance on executive orders is Obama’s inner dictator yearning to be free.
     
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    whatever fits the agenda, BOTH sides play the same game.
     
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    See what I mean, people?

    If you look through the grand list of E.O's passed per president, you'd see that Obama is the 3rd lowest since Roosevelt. In recent history, only H.W Bush has passed less, and he was a one term president. Nor has the scope of his orders exceeded any previous boundaries.

    The whole issue of Obama and his Executive Orders is nothing more than an empty talking point, devoid of teeth. It makes for a great accusation, but falls apart the moment anyone applies any scrutiny to it.
     
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    Yeah, but can't we agree that if we're all playing Yahtzee that we can occasionally put the goddamn dice down.
     
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    The same way some people thought George W. Bush was dumber than a sack of rocks, but yet somehow was the criminal mastermind behind the 9/11 attacks.
     
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    some people just want to watch the world burn, case in point? look at the presidential nominees :oops:
     
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    I'm not so sure, usually the 9/11 conspiracy mongers put Dick Cheney up as the mastermind and George W. Bush as the slightly dippy face of the whole enterprise—which might be one of the few things they get right about it.
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    I'd really prefer if the world not burn, since it's inconvenient and it's already 102 today. And, I think most political hackery is dumb and intellectually dishonest—whenever I catch myself committing true hackery, I feel embarrassed.

    So, when someone says "Obama is teh devil, executive orders argle bargle..." I feel a little sad that a human being, who might otherwise be a smart, wonderful person stores such obvious ******** in their skull.
     
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    Well I'd put his intelligence above a sack of rocks, and I wouldn't say he 'mastermined' 9/11 but he did invade Iraq under false pretences and entered America into another expensive war that killed more Americans than 9/11 itself.
     
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    Obama helped to arm Infidel State, whether unintended or by design.
     

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