By Javier Manjarres
With tension reaching critical mass throughout the Middle East and President Barack Obama partying it up with Beyonce and Jay-Z, Americans are starting to wake up the fact that Obama’s failed foreign policy has left the United States increasingly vulnerable to possible future attacks by Islamic fundamentalists.
During the 2008 election cycle, there was a billboard which publicized the fact that the terror group Hamas had endorsed Obama’s presidential campaign. Now, that same billboard has reappeared again here in South Florida, and the word is that there are plans in the works for another two or three “Change (He) Can Believe In” signs.
We don’t mind. Actually, we like Mr. Obama, and we hope he will [inaudible] the election. I do believe he is like John Kennedy, a great man with great principles, and he has a vision to change America, to make it in a position to lead the world community, but not with domination and arrogance. Ahmed Yousef, Hamas’ chief political advisor (2008)
Hamas walked back their endorsement of Obama on June 6, 2008, but considering how the President has been the most adversarial president of the United States to Israel since its inception in 1948, I am sure that Islamofascists around the world have given him a pass of sorts in spite of the fact that he gave the order to ‘take out’ Osama Bin Laden in 2011.
The consequences of Obama’s unwillingness to accept America’s lead role on the international stage along with his foreign policy interventions are just beginning to materialize. Make no mistake- if Obama is re-elected, he will double down on his destructive foreign policy, the results of which will shed more American blood with unnecessarily restrictive rules of engagement, seriously damage our international prestige and our credibility with our allies, and diminish our sphere of influence.
Our national security picture as well as the stability of the Middle East would be much better off had we not intervened militarily in Libya in 2011 and had we not thrown Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak under the bus. If you somehow buy this administration’s laughable explanation that the current turmoil in the Middle East was triggered by Muslims who were insulted by some B-Movie about Mohammed on YouTube, I have a nice oasis in the Sahara Desert that i’d like to sell you.
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