I say, give credit where credit is due. Apparently, Barack Obama doesn’t feel the same way. He has no problem taking credit for somebody else’s plan. Well, why not? Taking credit for his own plans would be a disaster. That’s all right Barry, I’ll give you all the credit you deserve.
The timing of all this must seem extraordinary even to the most hardcore social justice pundits and useful idiot minons. Egyptians magically revolts against Hosni Mubarak after 30 years, and as the Muslim Brotherhood spread their wings across the rest of the Arab Street, Bin Laden suddenly ends up dead, although his body was disposed of so quickly, there is no way to confirm the event actually occurred. We have the Palestinians-a group of thugs that even other Muslim nations can’t seem to stomach, make their pitch for statehood at the expense of Israel’s borders. Obama encouraged it, and now the Palestinians are on the verge of having the United Nations unilaterally declare them a state. Then we had the illegal war in Libya, where Obama violated the War Powers act. After a few days of barking from the Republicans, it suddenly became a non-issue. Even clowns like John McCain jumped on board with the al-Qaeda led rebels in that country. Anything to get rid of Gadhaffi, eh, John? Well, he got his wish, apparently. We’ve all heard the news now, that Moammar the man with a thousand spellings Gadhaffi, has been not only overthrown, but killed. Graphic images purport to show the former Libyan dictator in his final seconds. Something we didn’t get with Bin Laden.
It’s all happening so fast, democracy is taking hold at breathtaking speed, Obama’s policies are so wondrous-let’s put some icing on the cake. Barry has announced that the last troops will leave Iraq at the end of the year. It’s a promise he made, and he’s sticking to it. The problem is, that the promise was made under George Bush in 2008. The agreement then was to have all troops out of Iraq before 2012. That is exactly the plan Obama is implementing. He’s getting the credit, but it isn’t his plan at all. However, it fits nicely with the rest of the events in the Middle East this year.
Sounds just great, doesn’t it? Well, here’s what has been left in the wake of this Arab Spring. The Muslim Brotherhood is set to take over in Egypt, with the largest army in the Middle East and control of the Suez Canal. The Coptic Christians being slaughtered in Egypt aren’t too happy about it, but hey, the pangs of democracy can be painful…Iran is on the verge of nuclear capability, and they’ve already expressed their intent to use nuclear weapons. A defenseless Iraq must be happy about that. I blame George Bush for that fiasco. Now we have al-Qaeda in oil rich Libya. There’s still a no-fly zone there for now. Why is that? These rebels have been warned by NATO that they themselves will be subject to bombing raids unless they knock off the brutal human rights abuses they are currently committing. Nice Job Barry.
We can’t forget Afghanistan. With no plan at all, and the Taliban just waiting for us to leave, Barry’s plan is to negotiate with moderate elements. Head chopping, female circumcising, woman stoning, anti-Western monsters see negotiation as weakness. They’ll just wait it out in Pakistan until the troops leave.
Oh, yeah, Pakistan. The same country that handed nuclear technology over to North Korea and Syria…Oh yeah, Syria, who’s leader is engaging in a slaughter that would make Gadhaffi proud. Barry’s done nothing there.
If there was ever a better example of destabilization, it would be Barack Obama’s Middle East policy. Long after he leaves, the rest of the world will have to deal with the mess he’s left. Only this time, al-Qaeda and its parent, the Muslim Brotherhood will have billions of dollars in oil revenue, and financial aid from the dhimmi West in order to continue their conquest of the world. That’s not rhetoric that’s the stated goal of the brotherhood.
Do you think Mitt Romney can clean that up? I haven’t heard much from him on foreign policy. What about Rick Perry? Right. Herman Cain even admits he has no foreign policy knowledge. Any of the rest of them? Well, you never know who will step up to the plate when the game is on the line, but right now, I don’t see anyone equipped to deal with mess Obama has left. Even more disturbing is that Obama could get another four years to turn the Arab Spring into a worldwide spring, like the occupy Wall Street debacle, the anarchist encrusted WTO protests, the million man illegal immigration marches-what do you know, those things are already occurring.
If the timing of these events doesn’t convince you they are contrived, I don’t know what to say to convince you. Anybody on the right will be better than Obama, but at the same time, we can’t afford the lesser of two evils. Obama has wrought havoc on not only the United States, but the world. We need someone who can do a cleanup of historic proportions. Who’s going to step up?