Tuesday, April 29, 2014

The 80s are calling Obama: "we got our foreign policy back!"

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In the 2012 presidential debates against Romney, Obama zinged Romney with this: "the 80s are calling, they want their foreign policy back."

Romney was absolutely right. Obama was absolutely wrong. The American people chose Obama's rhetoric over Romney's wisdom.

Does anyone else get the feeling that Obama is in over his head? The only thing that comes natural to him is redistribution of American wealth and power.
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5 comments:

Eric Johnson said...

Couldn't agree more. This coupled with his comment to Russian President Medvedev (Putin puppet) ... "Let me get reelected first... then I’ll have a better chance of making something happen." So it's just like U.S. Rep. Mike Rogers (R-Mich.) said: "While Putin plays chess, Obama plays marbles."

Eric Johnson said...

Couldn't agree more. This coupled with his comment to Russian President Medvedev (Putin puppet) ... "Let me get reelected first... then I’ll have a better chance of making something happen." So it's just like U.S. Rep. Mike Rogers (R-Mich.) said: "While Putin plays chess, Obama plays marbles."

RkBall said...

Eric -- a good reading on the situation.

Anonymous said...

He resourced the military so that they caught Bin Laden. Bush didn't get it done in 7 years. Obama got the US out of Iraq and Afghanistan and stopped the massive bleeding of money and soldiers lives.

RkBall said...

"He resourced the military so that they caught Bin Laden."

What does that mean? Are you suggesting the military wasn't "resourced" to catch Bin Laden under Bush? Obama simply continued to carry out Bush's policy.

"Obama got the US out of Iraq and Afghanistan and stopped the massive bleeding of money and soldiers lives."

You think the US is out of Iraq and Afghanistan, US money is not being spent, and soldiers'/Americans' lives not being taken?

"... nothing intellectually compelling or challenging.. bald assertions coupled to superstition... woefully pathetic"