White House Press Secretary Jay Carney says, “
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton shouts, “What difference does it make?”
Vice President Joe Biden announces that, “General Motors is alive and bin Laden is dead.”
President Barack Obama waffles about his actions in the
Given the threat of increased global terrorism, the apathy during the attack in
From the moment the president heard the news from
Hearings scheduled for Wednesday are supposed to shed new light on
It is a given that the democrats will have little to offer in the way of gathering information, choosing instead to protect Hillary Clinton, their potential presidential candidate in 2016.
Over the weekend some democrats criticized the Obama administration during the Sunday shows about several aspects of the
Meanwhile, the larger, more important problem is not being addressed. Since
In each case Obama assured the nation the perpetrators would be brought to justice. Not so in
Some say Obama is being blamed for things that reach far beyond his control. Perhaps. But the reality is that when the president of the United States turns his back on events that should be a priority by doing fund raisers in Las Vegas, or disappearing for hours during the most critical moments of a terrorist attack, or refusing to acknowledge that terrorism exists, or that there is a global problem with radical Islam, we have a crisis in foreign policy that directly affects our economy and our global image.
The truth is that nobody in
The frightening aspect is that we have three more years of failed foreign policy before we are able to elect someone else, and the someone else we may elect, is equally as inept as the person who is currently in charge.
For those reasons alone, standing firm about flip off-the-cuff statements like a red line in the sand really does matter. Al-Qaeda is not dead, even if good ole Joe claims it is. And though Benghzi was “a long time ago” it does, indeed, matter when we consider how the Libyan situation was handled.
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