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Obama tells Myanmar junta to free Suu Kyi

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Yeah, Good for Obama!!

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They must be shakin' in their boots now.

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Bravo Mr. President!

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I don't believe anybody is shaking in their boots. But to take this step in attempting to get talks started is historic at this time when we're trying to rebuild our status in the world. < :-)

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It'll be interesting to see how the right-wingers try to blame Obama for trying to deal with the Junta and free Suu Kyi. Ah, wait.... they've refused to comment altogether.

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Myanmar free Suu Kyi. China and others, want to open more business in Myanmar and build more economic boom in Myanmar.

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Props to Obama. Herculean effort here. May have even risked his presidency. It ll be interesting to see what the wingers say!

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The American Right are becoming increasingly frustrated at their president who continues to do things that benefit America and its standing in the world.

It's such a shock...... :-)

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