Wednesday, May 29, 2013

President Obama believes the 'War on Terror' is Over

Republican leaders on Sunday bashed President Obama’s revamped counterterrorism strategy, saying his plan to end the war on terror is “disturbing” and signals a retreat as Al Qaeda and affiliate terror groups remain dangerous and a continuing threat to homeland security. 
South Carolina Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham cited a litany of global concerns that threaten America and its allies before attacking Obama’s post 9/11 strategy -- including Iran’s pursuit of a nuclear weapon and the use of chemical weapons in the Syrian civil war. 
“At a time when we need resolve the most, we're sounding retreat," Graham, a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, told “Fox News Sunday.” "We show this lack of resolve, talking about the war being over. What do you think the Iranians are thinking? At the end of the day, this is the most tone-deaf president I ever could imagine." The criticism follows a speech Thursday by the president in which he explained his new strategy and said Al Qaeda is "on the path to defeat.”
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Anonymous said...

I strongly feel the same as Senator Graham, that our national defense is in the gravest situation of 60 years. And Krauthammer put it well that Obama's surrender in fighting the war on terror is infantile, naive, and dangerous. It needs to be said, treasonous. Those are our sons out there. Please give Obama his vote of no confidence as soon as possible. Impeach Now.

Anonymous said...

I like the golf pic of Obama.

Anonymous said...

So far, telling Americans the war or terror is over is working for him. So far almost every terrible thing he has done is working.

Let's hope those days are over. The audacity of audacity might just run out.