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Monday, February 25, 2008

Obama foreign policy team in Cincinnati

From the Obama campaign:

Members of U.S. Sen. Barack Obama’s foreign policy team, including Dr. Susan Rice, former Navy Sec. Richard Danzig, former Air Force Gen. Scott Gration and Dennis McDonough, will hold a series of town halls meetings Monday and Tuesday where they will discuss Obama's plan to restore American leadership on the world stage and decrease the risk of terrorism by attacking global poverty, upholding the rule of law and rebuilding international cooperation.

A frequent contributor to MSNBC, Rice was the Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs for Bill Clinton. Danzig also served in the Clinton administration. He is the Sam Nunn Prize Fellow in International Security at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. He is also a consultant to the Department of Defense on terrorism, with a focus on bioterrorism. Danzig served as Secretary of the Navy from 1998 to 2001 and Under Secretary of the Navy from 1993 to 1997.

Gration commanded Task Force West during Operation Iraqi Freedom and flew 274 missions over Iraq during the Persian Gulf War. He was raised in the Congo as the son of missionary parents and speaks Swahili as a first language. Gration accompanied Obama on a tour of Africa last year. McDonough was a foreign policy adviser to former U.S. Sen. Tom Daschle.

Tuesday, February 26

CINCINNATI FOREIGN POLICY TOWN HALL
When: 10:30 a.m.
Where: University of Cincinnati Zimmerman Hall Zimmerman Auditorium 2600 Clifton Avenue Cincinnati, OH


5 Comments:

at 6:57 PM, February 25, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

On SUNDAY??
OH No She Didn't.??

SHAME ON YOU HOLLARY !!!
For Todays (SUNDAY) Sacrelege, blasphemy, and Atheism..
Mocking the Christian belief in Salvation.
Poking fun and Sarcasm at Believing that Heaven can Open up the sky to those who believe. Laughing at the notion that there are Celestial Angelic Choirs in the Heavens, Hurling sarcasm at those who would believe they can hear. Laughing at Hope.. Laughing at GOD..!!!
Hillary..Can you say Moses?
Did he not part the Red Sea and free his people from the Pharoh?
Who are you Hillary Rodham to tell us all not to believe that all things are possible through our Lord Our God?
It is dillusional to Hope The Lord God would ever extend his ever redeeming, ever forgiving ever everlasting Love to Our Nation? To America and her United States Citizens??
Its dillusional On SUNDAY to think this could be possible ?? 2/24/08
One thing is certain..It won't be possible under your leadership. You are a non-believer.
I suppose that deceased Dallas Police Officers family should abandon any HOPE for his Salvation. His life was lost performing a difficult and demanding job too. There aint NO GOD coming for him either. Right Hillary??
May God have mercy on your immortal soul Hillary Rodham.
SHAME ON YOU HILLARY RODHAM
The Lord works in mysterious ways....
And today God exposed your true dark soul to the world. And In so doing, the Nation and the World will be better served.

 
at 8:42 AM, February 26, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Obama Hussein Barrack our saviour!

 
at 6:15 PM, February 26, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

8:42 You are not allowed to use the "H" word in BO's name.
Just ask Bill Cunningham; Bill is one Great American.

 
at 3:31 PM, February 28, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Barack Hussein Obama!

Are the mainstream media thoughtpolice going to take me away to the re-education camp now?

 
at 1:43 PM, March 02, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Please tell me that first post was meant to be satirical....

 
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