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    Remember the Democrats’ criticism of President Bush’s war on terror ? Their hysteria about Gitmo ?

    Things have changed, it seems, since Obama took office. Every week, every Tuesday, he is reviewing a black list of terrorists and decides on which particular terrorist is supposed to get killed next. Apparently, allegedly, there is some kind of a card deck of the terrorists’ biographies, which are getting regularly reviewed. The liberal press is in awe of the President’s tactics and has seemingly completely forgotten about Gitmo, which had been a thorn in their self-righteous side when Bush occupied the White House. Dare one imagine their reaction to the President’s Tuesday card games, if the President’s name was not Obama, but – let’s say – GW Bush ? Pelosi, Reid and the NYT would be up in arms and preach the gospel of the holier-than-thou. But since the Messiah is in charge now, one witnesses merely their quiet consent and subservient approval. Hypocrisy, your name is Democrat.

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