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By way of reference ...

Were some of the security decisions made based on the relatively recent attacks on hotels in India?
Is this different from arrangements for Obama's predecessors when they have visited other countries with somewhat sketchy security histories?

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Obama is the top traveler....

compared to his predecessors. I don't particularly remember any of them going to risky places either except a few surprise visits to a war zone.

All in all though our country and our economy need a break from the record spending moocher. When I think of the average taxpayer right now and how much they could use the money right now it seem that much more hideous that the government is taking money from the people that need it to finance someone that wants to behave like he's some kind of king.

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Won't change until

WE the people or Congress puts a limit on how many trips not specifically approved each and every time by Congress can be taken by the big wigs such as President, Speaker of House, Majority Leaders, ad nauseum. Limits on cost would be great too. One day maybe we'll get a US president who remembers who he actually serves, the people of this country.

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