- LAST SUMMER, OBAMA DITHERED AS IRANIANS TOOK TO THE STREETS TO PROTEST THE TYRANNY THEY LIVE UNDER - A TYRANNY WHICH THREATENS THE ENTIRE FREE WORLD.
- OBAMA "APPARENTLY" WANTED TO CALM THINGS DOWN. ESSENTIALLY, THAT HELPED AHMADINEJAD AND KHAMEINI.
- THIS PAST WEEK, OBAMA - AND BIDEN AND HILLARY - ACTUALLY HELPED HAMAS INCITE RIOTS AGAINST OUR ALLY ISRAEL.
PALIN SEES IT:
Sarah Palin scolded the radical Obama Administration today for embracing the dangerous anti-American regimes while attacking another great American ally, Israel.
From her Facebook Page:
The Obama Administration reaches out to some of the world’s worst regimes in the name of their engagement policy. America and our allies watch as sanctions are eased on Cuba.
Letters are written to Iran’s mullahs only to see that regime start killing protestors in the streets of Tehran.
Envoys are sent to North Korea as they continue to defy the world’s demand to give up their nuclear weapons.
The Burmese military junta’s representative is allowed to travel to our nation’s capital.
The President’s envoy for Sudan talks about giving that genocidal regime “gold stars,” while the President shakes hands with Venezuela’s tyrannical leader.
In the midst of all this embracing of enemies, where does the Obama Administration choose to escalate a minor incident into a major diplomatic confrontation? With Iran, Cuba, Sudan, North Korea or Burma? No. With our treasured ally, Israel.
AND LET'S NOT FORGET HOW HE TRIED TO PROP UP ZELAYA!
AND IS WILLING TO SIGN A TREATY WITH THE TALIBAN!
THERE'S NO DENYING IT:
OBAMA IS THE WORST POTUS EVER: EVIL, TREACHEROUS, TRAITOROUS.
ENOUGH! OBAMA MUST GO!
A TITANIC TRAINWRECK - IF I MAY MIX METAPHORS!
Mitt Romney’s spokesman e-mails me:
“Governor Romney believes that President Obama spends way too much time placating our enemies while undermining our friends. Israel is one of our greatest allies, and has made many concessions for peace over the years, yet the Obama administration exerts pressure on Israel to stop its settlements while putting almost no pressure on the Palestinians.”
It is, as the two Republicans point out, all of a piece. The Obami have, as Palin puts it, reached out “to some of the world’s worst regimes in the name of their engagement policy,” and averted their eyes to violations of UN agreements and to gross human-rights abuses.
It took days for Obama to speak out in the wake of the June 12 Iranian election, and even then only in tepid terms.
Yet, with the announcement of a housing complex in Jerusalem, all guns are blazing from the West Wing.
We can expect to hear more from those Republicans eyeing 2012 on this subject.
It is frankly both good policy and good politics to take on the Obama foreign-policy trainwreck.