The lede article over at today’s American Thinker is my piece on Obama’s shameless huckstering of stolen accomplishments and abysmal foreign policy failures that are absurdly packaged and sold as “successes.”
How cynical Obama is. He is preening and puffing himself up in Ka-bull, dancing on the graves of our soldiers by pretending that we won when we have so obviously lost. While he was strutting in Ka-bull, more US troops were reported killed and Obama’s “peace partners” launched homicide bombers, killing seven on the heels of his visit.
Obama’s peace partner, Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid, told The Wall Street Journal that the attack was a direct response to Obama’s visit.
“This delivers a message to President Obama that he is not welcome in Afghanistan,” Mujahid said. “When he is in Afghanistan, we want him to hear the sound of explosions.”
Despite Obama’s Baghdad Bob media, the real consequences of his disastrous foreign policy failures continue to unfold. The world is teetering on the brink while Obama lovingly gazes at his reflection as shown in the evil glare of our enemies’ success.
Barack Obama is now campaigning on the capture and kill of Osama Bin Laden a year ago last Tuesday. Really?
For years before he became President and then on the campaign trail in 2008, Obama railed against and denounced the very policies and procedures that ultimately led to the Bin Laden kill. The capture and kill of Osama bin Laden was ten years in the making. And during those years, Barack Obama excoriated George W. Bush for “enhanced interrogation techniques” and waterboarding three (!) top jihad killers. Thousands of lives were saved, but Obama cared more about Khalid Sheikh Mohammed’s sore nose. Now he is taking credit for those very things? Whiplash. How about the SEALS who took out Bin Laden? Do they deserve any credit?
Much is made of the fact that Obama okayed the kill. Do you mean to tell me he could have said no?
Obama campaigning on the death of bin Laden shows us that he has nothing to campaign on. He catastrophic foreign policy failures are being whitewashed by a complicit propagandist media. Why isn’t Obama campaigning on his “cosmic wager” in Egypt, and on his support of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, Gaza (Hamas) and the United States (CAIR, ISNA, etc.)? Why isn’t Obama campaigning on the Sharia governments that are coming to power in Mali, Libya, Tunisia, etc., and on losing North Africa to Islamic supremacists?
The enemedia continues to package the abysmal failure of Obama’s foreign policy as a triumph. The world is on the edge facing world war as Islamic supremacists take over whole countries, something made possible by Obama. Aided and abetted by Obama. Let him campaign on that.
The treacherous and weak Obama has proposed an unprecedented sharp reduction to the U.S. nuclear stockpile, including cutting up to 80 percent of America’s deployed warheads. It would reduce the U.S. nuclear deployment to the lowest levels since the 1950s. He should campaign on that.
Barack Obama should be campaigning on the respect he paid to the body of Osama bin Laden. How he insisted that bin Laden be given a full Islamic burial by our soldiers (body washing, Islamic prayer, etc.), and that no photos of the body of bin Laden be released.
Obama should be campaigning on his deadly new policy proclaiming that “the war on terror is over,” despite the fact that jihad war gaming and attacks against America have never been so frequent.
You know the drill. Read it all.
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