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President Barack Obama didn’t attend The Rolling Stones concert in Washington, DC Monday night, but lead singer Mick Jagger said that wasn’t likely to keep the commander-in-chief from checking out the show.
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The whole world is talking about America's double standards, Obama should be ashamed of himself for lowering the worlds opionion even more about the US!
If there is no more whistle is been blown , folks ,you will see that mankind will vanish .
The Rolling Stones sing about it in "Fingerprint File"
From 1974. Mighty prescient of them
All people are good. Those who bequeath Satan's legacy(pride) cannot do good things!
@ Bill Ohio
Obama a good man? Promised to stop all of the Bush era nonsense, then expands it to target journalists, protestors, whistleblowers...I'd hate to see your opinion of a "bad man"
Good one Mick and sooooo relevant!
Obama's a good man.
The american people(The U.S.part)are mostly bad.
Since we have telephone some one else (government)
lis tening in!
Only the cultureless Americans fawn over the babblings of celebrities.
Jagger! What-a man, use to stuff socks in his underwear.
Paul McCartney outed Jagger as a Jew.
What do Snowden & Obombem have in common? Both may face Criminal charges, but only one for TREASON!
The US was prepping a sanctions war against Russia anyway.
What do I have to do to move to a free country like Russia??
Mick isn't the only one who Can't get no satisfaction, the US can't get Snowden
Anti-free speach USA Goverment
You are not a PERSON you have a PERSON. Persons are corporate legal fictions.
Got what you want?No?Just wait some time,you get what you need,we are all Beggars at the Banquet??
time for a coup, military please take over.get rid of these bums,follow constitution
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