America the Right Way-Staying Vigilant-23 months left March 28-April 1, 2011 -Remember 9/11

Hello!

It looks like NATO is set to take over leadership of the Libya “kinetic action”, while 0 may be compelled domestically to define the mission as he sees it. Who knows what that may be!

Meanwhile, Congress returns to tackle, yet again, the budget.

Friday’s Links

US ending its air role…

0 – I’m for natural gas…. NY Post

Freshmen lawmakers getting respect Houston Chronicle

0 administration covers for a monstrous police state Krauthammer

Go ahead, Make their day Am. Spectator on the budget/gov. shutdown fight….

The Wit and Wisdom of Barack Obama April Fool’s???

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145 Responses to America the Right Way-Staying Vigilant-23 months left March 28-April 1, 2011 -Remember 9/11

  1. Molly Pitcher says:

    Here is the new thread

  2. The Raven says:

    Here’s my bumper sticker
    “Whatever the budget cuts – it won’t be enough”

  3. iowa45 says:

    Checking in!! Hello everyone!

    Good Night

  4. Prairie says:

    Jemian I hope things get to feeling better really soon.

  5. Prairie says:

    Molly nobody in the article from Houston is putting forth any ideas on how to GROW the Rainy Day fund, are they? The decision is either spend it or not spend it….never how to grow it.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      True, true…

      There’s been another avalanche in CO…near Keystone…

      BTW, did you hear how much money the FED loaned to foreign banks thru TARP?? billions and billions….where’s the constitutional authority for that? Silly me for asking the question…

    • Jemian says:

      I’m tired of doing such silly stuff, like reading the Constitution.

  6. lysie says:

    Congratulations, Jem. You must be thrilled. 🙂

    • lysie says:

      Good one, Rav. LOL

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      That should be Jemian’s theme song, now!

    • Jemian says:

      LOL! You’re such a sweetie.

      I went in today for my day-after follow-up. The technician calls me and seats me in THE CHAIR and asks me to cover my left eye and read the smallest line I could.

      I read the next-to-largest line.

      “Is that the smallest you can read?” I affirm that at the moment it is. I explain that I’ve been in A LOT of pain and there is a lot of discharge from my eyes. We talk about it for a moment and he is obviously thinking things through as he keeps asking questions. He is frowning. FYI, I didn’t just have the lasik yesterday; the doc also cut off some skin tabs from my right eyelids. My eyes, though, are BOTH swollen and there is a lot of extra mucus from the eyes. After a while he says, “Dr. XXX will be in in just a minute.” Dr. XXX is the opthamologist in charge of the whole shebang and did the surgery yesterday. This is according to protocol, not out of the ordinary at all. But the frowning is out of the ordinary.

      So, next the optometrist, comes in. We go through the process again. He is frowning, too. He also pauses as he thinks through the next question. He looks into my eyes. He comments on the lessions on my eyelids. He says, “Dr. XXX will come in and see you in a minute.”

      So, Dr. XXX comes in. She is frowning. She asks questions. I explain what is going on with me. It is obvious even to me that my healing isn’t quite the norm. When I request that Lortab be prescribed for my pain she immediately agrees. A few other meds are changed. Then, for the lessions she prescribes an antibiotic ointment. (When we get it filled, the little medicine cost $140!) She also tells the optometrist who is studying from her to take a look. My gift to mankind!

      Upshot is: my vision is improved. It was 20/450. It is now 20/40. It will continue to improve as the eyes heal and the swelling goes down. What does have her concerned is that there is a lot more redness, swelling and pain than is frequently encountered. Instead of going back for a routine follow-up at one week, I’m going back on Monday.

      For now, I’ve taken that Lortab and am following the new medicine routine. I’m in bed and won’t be getting up until tomorrow.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Jemian hope the pain subsides, and glad the drs are looking after you carefully.

    • Jemian says:

      Thanks. I expect a complete recovery. It just will take me longer.

      Good job on the librarian work and for being able to pass it on in an orderly and precise fashion. It is a necessary, but often underappreciated job. You’re an angel for having taken it on for so long. Well done!

    • The Raven says:

      I bet you didn’t see the second link above labeled “Hah!!” next to “Sing it Jemian”

      You can click that tomorrow when you heal

  7. lysie says:

    Good morning everyone.

    Sorry about being late, folks. We’ve been internet-less since 10:00am yesterday. Time Warner was here to repair our connection. Some wires were corroded out at the pole. Greg and I can fix some things , but that was beyond our fix description.

  8. Nita says:

    Good morning everyone.

    Jem, hope the surgery went well. How blessed you are.

    The big April Fool’s snowstorm was a joke. Just wet rain out there.

    Home w/Renata today as she recovers from her tonsillectomy. she didn’t sleep at all last night and is in a lot of pain. I feel guilty eating while she can’t so I am starving. LOL.

    Kids here tonite with the new puppy so the weekend should be an adventure.

    Miss you Lysie, Kit, Raven and all.

  9. Jemian says:

    Good morning! Do not confuse nasal spray with eye drops.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Good reminder, Jemian…Yesterday, with some friends, we got to talking about the woman who superglued her eye shut, cause she kept her tube of glue in her makeup drawer….

  10. The Raven says:

    Quote for the day:

    These are crudely drawn caricatures. But they are also an acknowledgment that many in the field are starting with very real liabilities, ones the contenders must yet confront. Mr. Romney is going to have to address RomneyCare; Mr. Gingrich is going to have to address marital infidelities; Mr. Barbour is going to have to address the confederate flag. It’s as if GOP voters know these discussions must happen and are already weary. They want a candidate who is 24/7 talking about ObamaCare, spending reform, and world leadership—not Bristol Palin’s performance on “Dancing with the Stars.”

    It ought to be of concern to the presumptive field, too, that grass-roots and influential Republicans continue to spend most of their energy and daydreams on people who are either: a) not running—New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan, and Florida Sen. Marco Rubio; b) were all but unknown a year ago—Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann and pizza magnate Herman Cain; or c) might not even be Republican—Donald Trump.

    -Sttrassel, WSJ

  11. Prairie says:

    Good night everybody.

  12. Prairie says:

    Did anybody see Donald Trump’s interview (part 1) on O’Reilly last night? Trump at least recited all the appropriate conservative positions…..anti-gay marriage, pro-life (now), etc.

    Apparently more of the interview will be aired tonight and tomorrow night. O’Reilley, in his teaser, was really pumping it for tonight’s episode of what Trump says we should do in Iraq. BOR said it’ll make the viewer’s “heads snap back”.

    ??

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      It’s a 2 part interview then?

      Hi ALL

      Had a group of friends over this a.m. and for 2+ hours we went thru files of music, and managed to make some decisions about retaining some of the titles for our library, and tossing/giving away a bunch of other old, not so great stuff. Also, out of the meeting, came an offer to replace me as librarian, which is a big WOOHOO!….20+ years in the role, and I’m ready to retire from it.

      We can easily make the transfer down the road a ways…into summer, even.

    • Prairie says:

      Molly it might even be three parts with tonight and tomorrow night. Congrats in having someone take over the librarian job.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Thanks prairie…I’ll DVR it then..

  13. Prairie says:

    Goooood morning everybody! Somehow the pictures are all back for me this morning……go figure.

  14. Jemian says:

    Good morning! Today is “Freedom From Glasses” Day.

    • Prairie says:

      Very cool! What time is your surgery, AM or PM?
      I’ll send up a prayer for you today.

    • Jemian says:

      I’m to get to the office at 1400CDT and they expect to be finished with me at 1600. The two hours isn’t all surgery, of course. There is prep to be done, etc. The actual cutting is about 10 – 15 minutes per eye.

    • tillacum says:

      Congratulations!! WHOORAY, WHOORAY! Don’t it feel guud!

    • The Raven says:

      Next time you look at me — you’ll see what you’ve been missing

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Raven LOL!

      Did you hear 0 today fretting about the higher gasoline prices?? Unbelievable…like he realllllly cares….AND there was some more “unexpectedly” discouraging economic data…..sheeeeesh…

      Jemian Thinking about your eye surgery.

    • edinva says:

      Jemian, I’m late to the party, but congratulations! Tell us about your new world. Can’t imagine waking up and being able to see everything around you without having to reach for eyeglasses. This is pretty exciting stuff.

    • Jemian says:

      @ Rave, be still my heart! If only we had met earlier. But now, we’re both married to other people and … Big sigh! What might have been. LOL!

      Last night was not at all comfortable. But the pain is receding now. It feels like someone poked me in the eye and talk about blood shot! Hah! This too will pass.

      Time to catch up on news.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      That’s too bad you had to deal with that pain…seems like something could have been given you to deal with that.

      Bet you make fast progress today!

  15. lysie says:

    Good morning everyone.

  16. Prairie says:

    Will see if I can see this pix, but can’t see any of the others on the thread. I only get the Microsoft cloverleaf thingy. If it doesn’t show up I will have my resident techie look into it in the AM.

    Good night all.

  17. Prairie says:

    Jemian I just saw your post about the lasik. Congratulations, I think you’ll be very pleased.

    When the procedure was finished I could look at the clock on the wall….and read it! Mr. Prairie escorted me to the parking lot to drive me home and I could read the street sign…..he was blown away.

    Follow all doctor’s orders to the letter, be consistent with the post-op drops, wear the eye shields the first night etc. and you’ll do well. I think you’ll be amazed.

    They gave me a little teddy bear to hug while they did the procedure. Heh!

    • Jemian says:

      Around my half of this state, we would choke a teddy bear (as in Bear Bryant!). Better we get a tiger or an eagle. 🙂 I will follow your advice. I already have my prescriptions filled and am bringing up some ice packs for the swelling. Another friend suggested that. I am really pleased and excited. They said I would be able to drive (two hours!) up to B’ham for the post-op follow-up. I’m willing but I think hubby is nervous about it. LOL!

      At the moment, my computer appears mostly fixed. I’ll defrag, again, tonight and rerun some more virus scans. It isn’t running as smoothly as I wish, but it is much improved. And I’m on my on profile! Yay!

    • Jemian says:

      They gave me a beenie baby skunk.

  18. Jemian says:

    Progress is being made on the war against spyware. But, it hasn’t been won yet.

    • Prairie says:

      Love that Bully Pulpit article Molly. OUCH!

      What’s up with none of the pictures posting? Can anybody else see them, all I have is the dreaded red box.

      Going out to dinner with friends soon and then play some cards.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      You mean, you can’t see lysie’s breakfast?

      It’s no problem for me…I’m no computer person, so ….can’t really make a guess even.

      Did you catch Brackets’s speech today on energy?? He’s batting a thousand this week: 2 speeches….2 disasters of confusion, lies, and phoney ,delusional claims.

  19. lysie says:

    Good morning everyone.

  20. Jemian says:

    Good morning!

    Eyes are still dilated.

    • Jemian says:

      It was a beautiful, colorful sunrise. But now, the dreaded red X. What a way to begin. Thunderstorms here. It doesn’t seem too worrisome.

    • lysie says:

      I’m excited for you regarding your eye surgery. What time is it scheduled?

    • Jemian says:

      I don’t know yet. They’ll call me today with a confirmation. But I was told to expect sometime in the afternoon.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Glad you got some answers & are feeling good about the eye surgery/care, Jemian

    • Nita says:

      Hello everyone.

      Our big conference winds down on Friday then next week will be head on resolving honorariums/lodging/food expenses etc. Still wondering if we will ever get a FY11 budget.

      Waiting for Renata and Zay to get home so we can go out to dinner. She is having her tonsils out tomorrow FINALLY.

      House/estate issues still remain the same…icky.

      Hope to be here more frequently after next week.

      Hope everyone is doing well.

      Jemian how much of that Lasik surgery is covered by your insurance? I was thinking of it but I am concerned over the cost and the long term results. Hope it all works out for you tho!

    • Jemian says:

      Nita, None of the surgery is covered by insurance. However, an angel back in February made all the arrangements and covered all the expenses. It is pre-paid out of the angel’s personal finances, none of the money passed through to me and I am paying nothing for it. It was a pure gift. I am much appreciated.

    • Jemian says:

      That should be, “I am much appreciative.”

    • tillacum says:

      I know, I received a big blank square. Happy to hear you did what you wanted and those dreaded glasses are gone.

    • Jemian says:

      Glasses aren’t gone yet. But they will be around 1600 CDT tomorrow. Yippeee!!!!

  21. Prairie says:

    Good night folks.

  22. Molly Pitcher says:

    Jemian thanks for the updates…hope you get the news you want today at the doctor’s.

    I’m reading The Rural Life by Verlyn Klinkenborg (!!)… it’s a collection of essays about the land, nature, a small farming /animal husbandry enterprise…

    It’s arranged by months, and early on in the book – March – I came across this, to me, perfect summary: “A garden is just a way of mapping the strengths and limitations of your personality onto the soil.”

    Anyway, I’ve always enjoyed collections of essays , this one included.

    • Prairie says:

      I am STILL reading the George Washington biography. If it wasn’t so well written I’d have abandoned it long ago, but I’m determined to finish it. I’m just over 60% through it.

      I never realized what a proponent of powerful centralized federal government Alexander Hamilton was. He and Thomas Jefferson became polar policy enemies as Jefferson was a states-rights, state-government supporter.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Who’s the author, prairie? Is this the Brookhiser book?

      Yes, Hamilton and Jefferson became powerful enemies.

    • Prairie says:

      Molly, it’s called Washington: A Life by Ron Chernow. Very well written.

      Also, that article about the character assault on the WI judicial candidate is disturbing indeed. I’ve reposted that link on a couple of other sites for greater exposure.

    • Jemian says:

      “A garden is just a way of mapping the strengths and limitations of your personality onto the soil.”

      Oh, I DO like that! Right now I’m not so sure what my garden says about me. It is still in the development phase and will probably remain unfinished for at least the next 15 years. I discovered some wisteria in the far reaches of the property. I’m glad. I love wisteria.

      I’m back from the doc’s. Very good visit. I’ll be having the lasik surgery and not the visian. They felt that visian is reserved for those with very poor eyesight. It doesn’t even have a lens for the correction that I need.

      OK. They’re the experts. They make more money with the visian but they don’t recommend it for me.

      Surgery on Thursday.

      Still have problems with the computer. Ugh.

  23. Prairie says:

    The next time you disagree with somebody consider saying “Well, I could agree with you but then we’d BOTH be wrong”. Heh!

    Good afternoon everybody, sounds like the world was unimpressed by The One’s speech, not that I expected differently. Even the markets opened with a shrug, I’m not sure what they are like at this moment.

  24. lysie says:

    Good morning everyone.

  25. Jemian says:

    Good morning! I still havening computer problems. I’ve run several different virus programs but the results are “no viruses”. Yet, it acts as if there is a virus. I’m running out of ideas.

    Caligula made a rambling, incoherent, illogical speech last night. It was so bad even the Democrat Underground is disgusted. Apparently he really expects us to just hear him pontificate and then accept it as “truth” even though there is no connection to what is happening, or relationship to what he has said in the past or our relations to other countries in the region.

    Sarah Palin was on Greta analyzing the speech. She basically said the same thing I did but she also came up with new word in describing it. She referred to Caligula’s war and his speech about it as a squirmish! She was going for skirmish but combined it with Caligula’s devious squirming about with his policies. Squirmish fits exactly!

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Thanks for the Palin report Jemian….certainly hope that you get those computer issues solved soon….are you more at home this week???

      I’ve got a good gardening quote for you, speaking of words and descriptions…will have to track down the book and get back to you later, ok??

    • lysie says:

      Thanks for the speech update. I missed it.

      The sunrise is beautiful, btw.

      I wish I could help you with your computer problem.

    • Jemian says:

      I am at home this week. Today, however, we’re traveling up to B’ham (about two and a half hours away) for a vision evaluation. There are two options I’m considering, a lens implant behind the iris of my eyes. That doesn’t change the eye itself. The second option is the LASIK surgery which makes changes to the eyeball. I’m hoping for the first. The research I’ve done shows that it gives even sharper, more clear vision and, in fact, can be adjusted if necessary.

      This weekend we’re heading up to Nashville. We’re speaking on Sunday, and are “off” Monday and Tuesday. We have a meeting on Tuesday evening. Then, we’re heading to Tullahoma for another report on Wednesday night.

      I’d like to squeeze the eye surgery in later this week, like tomorrow, and then recover on Thursday and Friday. It fits! LOL!

    • Jemian says:

      Gardening quotes are good.

      Thanks, ladies, for the computer well wishes. I do a bit of my writing on it and I need to overhaul our website. So, it is inconvenient. It will get figured out.

    • tillacum says:

      Beautiful sunrise Jem.

    • Jemian says:

      Thank you, Till. I’m glad you posted. I was just about to post concerning my thread-killing abilities.

    • edinva says:

      Lysie, thanks for breakfast. It hit the spot 😉

      Jemian, bearing in mind there are few on the planet less computer savvy than I … have you removed unnecessary files and programs, emptied the recycle bin, and done a defrag? I know that’s basic stuff that you’ve probably done repeatedly, but I have to be careful about even basic maintenance because I do know so little and don’t want to pay someone to keep mine running. I keep avg and ad-aware running pretty much all the time and run spybot every week, too. Maybe there’s just too much ‘stuff’ on your computer?

      I didn’t watch Brackets last night; heard some while listening to Levin. His speeches are to my ears as adult talk to the kids in the Peanuts strip. Noise The man really doesn’t have anything to say that I want to hear. Guess that’s the ostrich syndrome. Given one son wants to re-enlist, I should pay attention.

      I would like to know, tho, WHO stole my Spring? We’d had a week-plus of lovely Springlike weather, and now it’s back to moderate winter. Guess I shouldn’t complaint. It could be worse. Daughter sent pix of their trip to Tahoe in whiteout conditions (the interstate between SF/Tahoe was closed), and snow banks taller than some buildings

      Hope everyone is having a great day.

    • Jemian says:

      Oh, Ed, I wish it were that easy. I’ve defragged several times, emptied, deleted, disk checked and run several different virus scans, etc. It has come up empty each time. But still… I’m having problems which indicate virus/trojan infestation.

  26. Molly Pitcher says:

    Good morning All, Raven, lysie;Jemian, till, queenie,Dolly, Nita, prairie, ED, MKH, little bears, Bit,

    Yes, 0’s speech was all about him last night.

    Did I read it right? The INdiana Dems are back home??

  27. The Raven says:

    How many of the Libyan “freedom fighters” see the enourmous wealth of the country as the pot of gold rather than the ouster of the regime?

  28. Prairie says:

    Good night everybody.

  29. Jemian says:

    Did anyone listen to what Losing Brackets had to say tonight?

    • The Raven says:

      I saw a news clip — it was all ego …..”I refused to let that happen” — which I hate.

      On another note – – Why isn’t Dick Armey running for president? Whatever happened to him?

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Raven Armey runs an organization which is a key supporter of the grassroots Tea Party movement. If you google his name, you may come up with the name of that group….I forget it…but it was that group which was behind the Tea Party rally last Apr. 15 in DC…

    • The Raven says:

      Yep—I’m reading his book (where he claims to have started the Tea Party)…..but I didn’t know it was full time.

  30. Prairie says:

    Hello everybody, I’m mostly able to only watch TV instead of read anything today as my eyes were dilated at an eye appt. I hate that, my pupils will be the size of dimes all evening. Anyway, will try to squint my way through a few of the links posted here and elsewhere.

    I may be reduced to actually watching BO lie to the nation. OTOH, The Waltons don’t ever lie to me so they may get the nod around here.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      I’m listening to Bracket’s Teleprompter gibberish…..No doubt if I listened 20 times or so, it would make sense….

      Levin’s take is that this operation is solely to promote o’s and the Left’s multilateral agenda.

    • Jemian says:

      Tuesday is my evaluation eye appointment. I really, really, really want to throw away these glasses.

      I HATE THEM!

  31. Molly Pitcher says:

    I’m shaking my head in despair after seeing and reading about what happened over in London this past weekend.

    Sounds like the royal wedding will present a prime target for more such “activities”. The signs are not positive over there. I guess they brought it on themselves….decades of socialist decay and all…

    Yes, the teleprompter is speaking tonite. HA!

    And that story about Caterpillar possibly leaving IL..maybe for Indiana? Makes sense to me.

  32. Molly Pitcher says:

    So…Brackets is going to talk to us tonite?

    Good morning ALL, lysie, Jemian, MKH, Iowa, prairie,kassie, queenie;Raven, Nita, ED, Bit

    Hope those ribs turned out like you wanted, Bit

    Locally, another bullying case is grabbing attention….sigh..

    Lots of small “stuff” to handle here….phone calls, paperwork, errands emails, and some spring cleaning which should be at the top of the list, but isn’t….

    • Bitwhacker says:

      I made 4 racks of those ribs and I don’t have any left over… so I guess they came out like I wanted 😉

      Also, didja hear that Ayers admitted on videotape that he wrote Nobama’s book for him? HA!

    • tillacum says:

      I wonder what the Mess=I=Ugh will accept credit for tonight?

      Daddies should teach their boys and girls how to take care of themselves. My uncle took me out to the woodshed and showed my how to double my fist, and the recess bully never pulled the ties off of us girls dresses again, nor did he dip my pigtails into the ink bottle.

    • The Raven says:

      The tele-prompter is speaking tonight

    • The Raven says:

      This latest Soros thing has me boiling. Who in the h^%^ are they to control what we watch, say, or do? Who gives them the right to bleed that propaganda into our veins? We need to fight back and hard. That is complete b*lls***(

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      I saw that about Ayers, yes…got a whole lot of play didn’t it??

      And about Biden’s staff locking some reporter in a closet??? That just shows how sure they are of the MSM…..

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Maybe Team Biden miscalculated, and boy, I’m surprised, but it looks like ABC and maybe NBC covered the Reporter in the Closet story…

    • The Raven says:

      I saw NBC coverage. They downplayed the closet story.

  33. lysie says:

    Good morning everyone.
    Thanks for the start, Molly and for the sunrise, Jem.

  34. Jemian says:

    Good morning! Still haven’t got the virus deleted from my machine. I’ve tracked it to when it entered the machine but I don’t know how to get rid of it! Aaach!

    • edinva says:

      Good evening, ALL

      I feel like I might as well be living in Japan, can’t seem to get in here early morning US time, but it’s early Tuesday morning (or at least noon as I write) in Japan!

      Jemian, good luck with your eye eval tomorrow. Know what you mean about being tired of them. I’ve worn glasses since I was 3 years old. ‘Tain’t fun. Mine are the proverbial coke bottles. Thank heavens for contact lenses, but lasik is much, much better. Hope it works out for you.

      To answer MKH’s question yesterday re the NCAA brackets, from our esteemed Attorney General, Ken Cuccinelli: “More than 5.9 million brackets were filled out for ESPN.com’s Tournament Challenge, but only two people correctly picked the four teams that made it to the Final Four. Only 1,093 brackets had three of the Final Four correct, while 2.1 percent had two teams.

      So there were 2 people who put it on the line at ESPN, and came out winners. Not sure what they get, other than bragging rights.

      Hopefully I get in here tomorrow morning to enjoy a lysie breakfast.

      Nite, all

  35. iowa45 says:

    A crazy busy weekend is drawing to a close. I have one load of clothes to run thru the dryer, but I will do that first thing in the morning.

    I wish I could entertain you with stories from Congressman King’s Conservative gathering in Des Moines over the weekend, but I was busy with town meetings in my own district and didn’t get to attend.

    So far, Newt, Michelle and Haley have come to a private meeting with the Senate Republicans. It looks like Michelle is “All IN”,, that’s going to hurt Huckabee and Palin,, as they will all be competing for the same voters. It looks to me like a Moderate may be able to slip in and come out ahead of the more Conservative candidates if all three of them (Huckabee/Palin/Bachman) run.

    I’m coming down with another cold,, I’m sure some of it is because I’m so tired,, ( 2 naps today) and because everyone else at work is sick, and we keep passing it back and forth to each other.

  36. Prairie says:

    Good night everybody.

  37. Prairie says:

    while 0 may be compelled domestically to define the mission as he sees it. Who knows what that may be!

    “You put your right foot in, you take your right foot out, you put your right foot in and you shake it all about. You do the Hokey-Pokey and you turn yourself around….THAT’S what it’s all about! (/Barack Obama foreign policy)

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