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Israel reopens Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa Mosque compound
United States President Barack Obama has signed a bill into law that was written in part by the very billion-dollar corporation that will benefit directly from the legislation.
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it's time for an American spring....
Just doesn't shock me! Nothing he does shocks me anymore!
how dare you protect monsantos
Why can't our government be truthful with us?
I am very, very disappointed in Pres. Obama. Robin
How can you not trust a smile like that?
I hope this clown gets run over by a combine harvester...he truly is an evil sod.
I hope one day he and his family suffer the effects of G.M. food.
Just wait till Monstanto's chemicals are found in Obama's urine and he gets prostate cancer.
Obama's legacy will be the first black president that still thinks like a slave! He makes no independent decisions, he just listens to the white man directive telling him what to say and what to sign! I dislike him more than Bush because at least with Bush, he could stand up to something; Obama yields at the crack of a finger snap. They're just playing with his false ego of first black president--but he has done NOTHING for the people of the U.S. He never stood his ground; he makes decisions based on someone's decisions; he does follow the leader but never led with his own thoughts and beliefs; a symbol of a fool!
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