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Published: Monday, Nov. 19 2012 11:54 p.m. MST

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mohokat
Ogden, UT

This is definetly a trip that needed to be taken. We do not have other pressing problems here at home. The mid east is exploding partially thanks to him and his lame policies.

Mark B
Eureka, CA

Is mo trying to say that if the president is in Washington, that no conflict will break out? Or is he saying that no domestic problem can get any attention if the president is on a trip elsewhere in the world? But, if it was his "lame policies" that caused the problem, then what does it matter WHERE he is?

Happy Valley Heretic
Orem, UT

It will never be enough for some folks?

Congrats to Obama for expanding diplomacy instead of war.
Congress needs to get to work, here at home, and blaming Obama won't get anymore done than it has for the last 4 years while the republicans tried to out wait him.

What Lame policies would that be mohokat?
Much like the elusive "regulations" and "taxes" the right brings up but can't list.

Tolstoy
salt lake, UT

@hmohokat
spoken like esomeone that has no idea the horrible things that have happened in Burma or why it is important to support their recent changes. It must be nice to live in a bubble.

Herbert Gravy
Salinas, CA

Yes, and "Congrats to expanding" the national debt!

mohokat
Ogden, UT

Well for starters. Obama would not know a shovel ready job if he seen one. He has never looked at the Constitution unless it was to see how he could circumvent it. He has increased the debt by trillions. Stolen 500 + billion from Medicare to promote Obama care which a majority of Americans do not like. Got us sunk in GM to over 32 billion which we will never get back. Solyndra and the likes for his donors. Enough? Oh I forgot Fast and Furious and of course Bengazi both of which he has lied and two stepped past. He will let us know when he finds out> HAH! His hands are dirty in both of these.How about crippleing the coal industry, curtailing oil explorarion. I am tired. Feast on those morsels!

Tolstoy
salt lake, UT

@mohokat

So you got all the talking points down how about actually addressing the comments (the one actually related to this article) made to you?

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