Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Obama Foreign Policy: Overthrowing Our Friends ... And Kissing Up To Our Enemies

Speaking Of Trying To Overthrow Democratically Elected Governments
Diplomacy: For years, the left (including President Obama in his many apologies) has browbeaten the U.S. for its role in ousting unfriendly yet democratic governments. Now we see Obama doing it to our ally Israel.
We saw it just this week when the leftist lunatics of Code Pink tried to disrupt a congressional hearing, screaming for 91-year-old former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger's arrest for overthrowing the democratic government of Chile in 1973, a claim not supported by facts on any front.
It underlines how long the left has been dining out on phony claims about the U.S. overthrowing "democratic" governments, all of which happened to be communist tyrannies and enemies of the U.S.
But there seems to be something new going on with the Obama administration: the electoral overthrow of America's allies whose politics don't match his own.
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U.S. Helping Adversaries That Set The World On Fire
Foreign Policy: From Iran to Afghanistan to Russia to Cuba and beyond, President Obama helps governments and entities that are America's adversaries. To "end wars," he invites new aggression.
'I've spent the last 4-1/2 years doing everything I can to reduce our reliance on military power," Obama said a year and a half ago in a city once called Leningrad. But when a commander in chief puts our nation's weapons aside, enemies reach for their guns.
The best argument against this John & Yoko foreign policy of "war is over if you want it" is to list the locales where it's fueled war and boosted grave future threats.
Russia: Scrapping missile defense commitments to the Poles and Czechs, pushing a "reset" button and making secret presidential promises of "more flexibility" with Vladimir Putin sparked a revival of Moscow's expansionist aggression unseen since the Cold War.
Cuba: "When what you're doing doesn't work for 50 years, it's time to try something new," Obama told Congress, certain that making nice with the repressive Castro regime was a slam dunk. Now Raul Castro, predictably, demands the return of Guantanamo Bay and a total end to our trade embargo before he'll play ball.
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