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I Can’t Believe What Rudy Giuliani Said To Obama…Trump Is SMILING!

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We have to move past this blacks vs. white attitude in America. We need an open dialogue about humanity. Dislike bordering on hatred is involved with both races. I’ve always looked upon humanity with a colorblind vision.

The issues have to be open and honest. You can have all the marches you want. Create all the groups you can. Until we as men and women view each other with respect and care, all efforts will fail.

A mixed group of children can lead the way. A gathering of children would not be at each other’s throats. We should let the children show humanity a way of peace, love, and nonviolence.

Former New York Mayor, Rudy Giuliani should have been elected president of the United States the year Barack Obama was. Our country would be in a whole other realm than it is right now.

It would be better than it was instead of the worst it has ever been. Giuliani hit Obama hard on a Sunday morning talk show about the feckless president’s response to the attack on Dallas police officers.

From Newsmax:

Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani says ground forces need to be deployed immediately to defeat ISIS in Syria and Iraq.

Speaking on John Catsimatidis’ radio show on Sunday, Giuliani slammed President Barack Obama for not getting more “boots on the ground.”

“It will have to require, yes, boots on the ground, which the president is constantly saying he never wants to do,” Giuliani said. “Well maybe we’re going to lose more lives if we don’t put boots on the ground — in fact, we will. These people see our weakness and they’re taking advantage of it.”

He also said the president had essentially conceded defeat against ISIS by using a timetable for withdrawing troops in Iraq and Afghanistan.

“I think they’re emboldened now by Obama’s lack of real response, his worry about killing civilians,” Giuliani said. “I don’t want to kill civilians, you don’t want to kill civilians, but if these people are using civilians as shields, which they’re doing, we’ve got to take them out.”

He drew upon the legacy of previous leaders during the Civil War and World War II.

“You know (former President Harry S.) Truman ordered the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki and that killed all civilians, but it saved a million American lives,” he said.

If you took BLM, the New Black Panthers, and the administration, as well as Jessie Jackson and Al Sharpton out of the equation, we would all live in peace. The truth sets you free; lies spread faster than the truth, which is the problem.

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