Freedom Protesters Cry Out For George W. Bush in Syria

The Freedom Protesters in Syria are calling out for George W. Bush.

God bless the brave Syrians in their quest for freedom.
It is another travesty that this administration has ignored their pleas.

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  • bg

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    Amen!!

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  • Steve

    The beginnings of Bush’s vindication comes from all places, Syria. Who would have thought?

  • Das Pickle

    Syrians are more enthusiastic about Republicans than conservatives here.
    Has anyone seen a pig flying out their window?

  • Dave-O

    You will never ever see this picture in the mainstream media. It simply does not fit the narrative.

  • Molon Labe

    Let’s hear for the Ronulians! Peace in their definition means allowing people like these to be slaughtered and that’s a good thing. It means there is “peace” just like Chamberlain obtained.

  • NICE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • bg

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    re: It is another travesty that this
    administration has ignored their pleas.

    not to mention the UN..

    U.S. Accused of Turning Blind Eye as Syria
    Elected to U.N. Human Rights Committee..

    [Zuhdi Jasser, a Syrian-American activist and founding member of the
    group Save Syria Now!, said: “Is it any wonder our families on the front
    lines against tyranny feel abandoned by the U.S. and that America’s soft
    power for liberty is waning globally to the point of extinction?

    “If the United States cannot take a moral stand against
    barbaric thugs like Assad, we have lost our way.”

    According to Syrian rights groups, the death toll in Syria has climbed
    to nearly 4,000, with thousands more injured and as many as 10,000
    detained by security forces.]

    why are that building still standing on US soil?? gah!!

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  • bg

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    re: #7 December 20, 2011 at 9:13 pm bg

    why are that = why is that

    (UN)

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  • gus

    Obama doesn’t do anything that requires BALLS.

  • bg

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    dangit, there was another country that came right out begged Bush
    to invade their country, and albeit there were a few in favor of Bush,
    i can’t recall the name, but GP posted about it..

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  • donh

    Just a PAID Jeb Bush trial balloon.

  • Blackbird

    My prayers go out to these brave souls. They have to know they will be killed for this and they won’t even receive an honorable mention from the AP or the UN or the US State Department. The most likely outcome to this will be the Syrian government killing them and the media burying their story in a mass grave.

  • Beachluver

    These brave Syrian Freedom Fighters are in my thoughts and prayers….no balls Odumbo stood by and let them DIE!!!!! # 2…Steve you are soooooo right GWB vindication starting with these brave Syrians!!! GOD BLESS GEORGE W. BUSH…….MY president!!!! Merry X-mas everyone.

  • gus

    What’s the difference between Gaddafi killing his people and Assad killing his???

    C’mon libs, I’ll wait.

  • Blacque Jacques Shellacque

    The Freedom Protesters in Syria are calling out for George W. Bush.

    There is no Bush in the White House to answer them. All there is, is just an ignorant, parasitic, rabble rouser…

  • bg

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    talk about mixed messages..

    Hugo Chavez: Obama’s a ‘clown’ president

    [“Mr. Obama decided to attack us,” Chávez said. “Now you want to win
    votes by attacking Venezuela. Don’t be irresponsible. You are a clown,
    a clown. Leave us in peace … Go after your votes by fulfilling that which
    you promised your people.”

    “Focus on governing your country, which you’ve turned
    into a disaster,” Chávez said, according to The Guardian.

    Chávez’s comments were prompted by Obama’s response to an
    El Universal question about what the U.S. government thinks of
    Venezuela’s ties to Iran and Cuba. Obama told the paper, “It
    seems to me that the ties between Venezuela’s government
    and Iran and Cuba have not served the interests of Venezuela
    and its people.”

    “We are concerned about the government’s actions, which have
    restricted the universal rights of the Venezuelan people, threatened
    basic democratic values and failed to contribute to the security in the
    region,” Obama said, according to The Guardian.

    Referencing Iran, Obama wrote, “Sooner or later, Venezuela’s people
    will have to decide what possible advantage there is in having relations
    with a country that violates fundamental human rights and is isolated
    from most of the world.”]

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  • James

    God bless you President George W. Bush, the greatest president in american history. obama couldn’t carry your jock strap.

  • atticcellar

    This post is enough to convice me. Let’s have another illeagal undeclared war based on this staged photo. Maybe we can impose a puppet military dictatorship on them after killing any resistance to the globalist elites plans, like we did to Egypt…. End the wars.. End the foriegn owned FED.. Freedom, Liberty, and Independence for America!! Ron Paul.. 2012

  • gus

    Atticcellar, you’re pathetic drivel is humorous. Opie your Dimwitted Jug Eared Wannabeee spouted on and on and on, as a Illinois politician, about OUTLAWING WAR.

    You fvcking clowns are a hoot.

  • Matt

    What did Bush ever do for Syria? Invade Iraq?

  • gus

    “Let’s have another illegal, undeclared undeclared war”!!!!

    Atticceltard, you are one funny LIBTARD.

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  • Nick

    On the other hand if Obama does try to help them then the narrative will change and then he will be awful for taking us into war. Just like it was with Libya. Please decide on whether you want war or don’t. I’m a pretty level headed person and do not agree with either side all the time, but the way this works obviously is that if Obama is for it then everyone is against it. If he is against it then everyone is for it. This is just another example in a long list.

  • bg

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    just a sample:

    The First of The Bush Institute’s Human Freedom Events

    [The Conference on Cyber Dissidents highlighted the work, methods,
    courage and achievements of its eight dissident guest speakers, from
    seven nations. Five of these nations are places where freedom has been
    extinguished (all rated “not free” by Freedom House): China, Cuba, Iran,
    Syria, and Russia. Two others are places where freedom is in peril (both
    rated “partly free” by Freedom House) because of an authoritarian
    government accumulating more power, as in Venezuela, or because of
    the threat of internal terrorist groups, as in Colombia.
    ]

    Coalition for Free Syria

    video of Syrians marching holding signs,
    including the one pictured in this post..

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  • you expect obama to support someone that likes the unites states?

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  • SpideyTerry

    Heh-heh. This has gotta be the most unlikely answer to the “Miss Me Yet?” billboards ever.

    “It is another travesty that this administration has ignored their pleas.”

    Why do I have the feeling Obama will immediately denounce them for this?

    “Let’s have another illeagal undeclared war”

    You mean like the one Obama launched in Libya?

  • jhump

    Who needs to go to congress to get a declaration of war? Wait, what? I’m unsure who’s supposedly stoooooopit? Eye r entelligant!

  • Blacque Jacques Shellacque

    On the other hand if Obama does try to help them then the narrative will change and then he will be awful for taking us into war.

    It depends on how he carries it out. If he sissifies it, then it’s not worth the effort.

  • Adi

    Just like He ignored the Iranian revolution.

  • Adi

    #18

    Yep, all the photos and videos showing civilian killing in Syria are “staged”.

    The Arab League asking Assad to step down is also “staged”.

    U R a … genius. (albeit an anti-globalist one).

  • RedBeard

    I’m still trying to figure out the meaning of “AtticCellar.” One possibility is that those are two places where a socially inept kid might hide tattered copies of the nudie magazines that he got from the big kids on the playground.

  • The Left will just claim it’s photo-shopped . . .

  • Gary

    Gus #9
    How dare you perpetuate that lie?!
    Obama plays tons of golf!

  • Gary

    Adi #18
    Don’t worry about it.
    When we vote Obama and the Senate Dems out of office next year, that’ll be “staged” too.

  • Gary

    Red Beard
    I knew this really dumb kid when I was in school who sniffed glue and paint in his cellar and ultimately committed suicide in his attic.
    A relative perhaps.

  • bg

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    #29 December 21, 2011 at 3:20 am
    Blacque Jacques Shellacque

    really, i mean, how much more “sissified” could
    he get than asking for our drone back?? *sigh*

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  • bg

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    #33 December 21, 2011 at 5:41 am
    BigAlSouth

    video here..

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  • Blacque Jacques Shellacque

    really, i mean, how much more “sissified” could
    he get than asking for our drone back??

    After watching his dreadful handling of that incident, one could be forgiven for harboring doubts that this administration would capably prosecute a war of its own making.

  • greenfairie

    Wow, the Paulbots and Hezbollah agents are out in full force today, aren’t they?

  • David

    Hey…

  • bg

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    #39 December 21, 2011 at 11:28 am
    Blacque Jacques Shellacque

    Obama’s main goal is to correct Hitlers mistakes via
    annihilating war, go figure (scroll down for more)..

    more about the GREENS (aka: IslaMarxists) here..

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