Pamela Geller, American Thinker: Is this any way to win a war?

Is This Any Way To Fight A War?
Pamela Geller
Barack Hussein Obama was finally talking tough last week.

Check out my latest piece in today's American Thinker:




The President said
this past week in New York City, before the General Assembly of the
United Nations, that "we understand the gravity" of the threat. "We are
determined to act. And we will meet our responsibility to future
generations." He said that a failure to address the threat could lead
to an "irreversible catastrophe." Time, he said, is "running out," but
"we can reverse" the problem. "If things go business-as-usual, we will
not live, we will die," he said. "Our country will not exist." He told
us that it wouldn't be easy, but "I am here today to say that
difficulty is no excuse for complacency. Unease is no excuse for


……. in the upside-down world of Barack Obama's America, Dear Leader was in
New York City talking about what he thought was the greatest threat to
Americans and to future generations. Not Islamic terror attack, not
nuclear holocaust from Iran, but global warming

Just this week alone,
a Muslim in New York was indicted for plotting to kill American troops.
Another was arrested in Dallas for plotting to blow up an office
building. Yet another was charged in a plot to blow up a federal
building in Springfield, Illinois. Other Muslims have been accused of
plotting an attack on the Quantico Marine base. And other Muslims
disappeared after arousing suspicion while photographing the
Philadelphia subway system.

law enforcement personnel are on the job — Obama hasn't put them all
on the global warming beat yet. Police and Federal agents continue to
scour the city, searching storage houses, searching everywhere for
explosives and Islamic terrorists, while the UN General Assembly busied
itself with discussing how to target this hoax of hoaxes, global
warming. The irony was thick enough just for that alone; it reached its
height when Obama said: "In short, the United Nations can be an
institution that is disconnected from what matters in the lives of our
citizens, or it can be an indispensable factor in advancing the
interests of the people we serve."
kid you not. This from a man whose administration banned the phrase
"war on terror" and associated terms from the government lexicon. This
man who has not said a single word about the real threat that has New
York City on edge this week has the audacity and lack of self-awareness
to prattle at the UN about being "disconnected from what matters in the
lives of our citizens." At the very same time that the jihad has New
York (and the free world — the dar al harb) in a controlled panic,
Barack Obama is selling "the irreversible catastrophe" of global
warming, government run healthcare, cap and tax, and American
leading American thinker and economist Thomas Sowell described Obama
this way: "He is heading this country toward disaster on many fronts,
including a nuclear Iran, which has every prospect of being an
irretrievable disaster of almost unimaginable magnitude. We cannot put
that genie back in the bottle — and neither can generations yet
unborn. They may yet curse us all for leaving them hostages to nuclear
one terrible historic moment, and I suspect we will have a litany of
them in the next couple of years, he turned over American sovereignty,
American righteousness and reason over to that collective negation of
humanity, the UN. He chaired a session of the United Nations Security
Council this week. According to Anne Bayefsky, "he turned it into a
summit of heads of state and chose the agenda. He insisted — in the
words of the advance American ‘concept paper' — that ‘The Security
Council Summit will focus on nuclear non-proliferation and nuclear
disarmament broadly and not focus on any specific countries'. Obama pushed hard for the adoption of a new Security Council resolution, which was passed unanimously, and which never mentions Iran or North Korea."
plan is to disarm free, rational nations and allow rogue nuclear
proliferators to run wild. "The issue with most rogue states like and
Iran like North Korea by talking with them you are giving them
legitimacy and you're also giving them time, which proliferators need"
— so said John Bolton back in March 2008.
the story broke yesterday that the Islamic Republic of Iran had built a
second nuke plant near a heavily populated civilian area, Obama's knee
jerk reaction was, unsurprisingly, to turn and run. He even declared to
the enemy: "This isn't a football game, so I'm not interested in
victory; I'm interested in resolving the problem." He is not interested
in victory? Then what is left for us, but failure?
Is this any way to fight a war?

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