President Obama’s foreign policy continues to produce dramatic results.
President Obama’s foreign policy continues to produce dramatic results.

When he was running for President, Barack Obama promised to create a new era of peace and understanding with our Muslim brothers.  From bowing low to Saudi royalty, to pumping billions into Islamic countries (whom the president can no longer identify as friend or foe), the Obama administration’s policy was conciliatory and apologetic. When terrorist mastermind Osama Bin Laden was finally discovered, he was not groveling in a cave, he was living in an upper middle class neighborhood in Pakistan, undoubtedly with the full knowledge of the Islamic government to whom we pay billions in tribute.  Instead of the hoped for democratic revolution in Libya, Egypt, Tunisa and Sudan, the Muslim Brotherhood has delivered another avalanche of Islamic fanatics.  Sure the lunatic, insane dictators have been overthrown, but they have already been replaced by something much worse…lunatic, insane dictators who think they speak for God.

Obama has produced what may become history’s  most disastrous policy of appeasement, one that will make Neville Chamberlain look like  an intractable bully. Even as Obama tries to shore up the election season damage by claiming he killed Bin Laden, the rioters in Cairo were chanting, “We are all Bin Ladens.” Clearly, we are not better off that we were four years ago.

One small bow for a man…one giant face-plant for America.

With the brutal death of our Ambassador in Libiya (whom we supported with U.S. aid and airpower during their revolt against Khadafi), we are once again reminded that things can indeed continue to get worse…that fanatics who don’t understand human rights and freedom will never value it.  Far from grasping the concept of constitutional protected freedom of speech, they don’t understand why President Obama hasn’t cut off the head of the producer of “Innocence of Muslims.” Even as his State Department apologizes yet again for one of our citizen’s  ”reprehensible” disregard for Islamic sensitivities, they overlook the obvious fact that this attack was planned well in advance to coincide with 9/11 and they were clueless. It’s time to stop bowing and look up.

It’s also time to recognize that fact that radical Muslims appear not to care about the “sensitivities” of American infidels, or even whether we  keep our heads, our constitution or our country.

 

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  1. these people are pissed at us because our government has been interferring in the affairs of these countries and most of the time interferring violently and killing innocent people in the process.and our government has been doing this way before viet-nam.remember Viet-nam?we never learn.

  2. people are upset over there because our gov't. is interfering in thode countries' affairs.sometimes interfering violently causing death of many innocent people.and no good wi;; ever come of it.just like viei-nam.remember viet-nam.

  3. George Bush has held hands with many of the Arab princes in Saudi Arabia; just want to put that out there. More importantly, it is not the fanatical frindge that he is appealling towards, but the moderates to whom violence will only work to make them enimies as well. If we, instead, try to work with _those_ people, and work to create cultural shifts that de-empowers the violent and empowers those who work towards peace, we can live in actual peace, not "peace" through might. May I also remind you that the countries (actually, empires) that practiced the latter doctrine typically collapsed rather painfully unless they took steps to not need the doctrine.

  4. Their story is a very bad one! If you don't know about this you should take a few minutes and read up on it. It's truly something disturbing in the world today.

  5. When running for President, a lot of candidates promise a lot of things and only a few of them keep those promises. Think about politics, economy, and education today. There are so many unemployed today, so many people don’t know how to pay back a debt, and that’s not a surprise that so many students open Essay Service Reviews and escape assignments. Too many talks, in fact.

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