Sunday, September 16, 2012

Foreign affairs turns ugly for Obama

Obama’s greatest achievement “Restoring a Sense of Respect for America around the World”

This one is similar to all of us being better off than we were 4 years ago, that is to say, only in the minds of zealots or the President is it true.

It’s only blowback when a Republican is President

Back when Bush was president, riots in the Arab street were called blowback.  They were blowback for Iraq, Gitmo, etc.  So what’s the cause of the current riots?

The Day the Roof Fell In

In Libya, U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three colleagues were murdered Tuesday. Earlier that day, protesters in Egypt stormed the U.S. Embassy and tore down the American flag.
It was "the day the roof fell in," proclaimed blogger and historian Walter Russell Mead. Barack Obama's "efforts to reconcile the U.S. and moderate Islamism -- in part by distancing the U.S. from Israel -- have angered Israel without reducing Islamist bitterness against the United States."

Why the MSM is hitting Romney so hard about Cairo

Defense against foreign enemies is the primary job of the president of the United States. The rationale for the office’s creation is national defense — not green venture capitalism, not rationing medical care, not improving the self-image of the “Muslim world,” not leaving no child behind, not blowing out the Treasury’s credit line. Yet, though we are entering the late innings, foreign policy and national defense have not been factors in the 2012 campaign.

That is worth bearing in mind when we hear the laugh-out-loud narrative of Obama as foreign-affairs chess master. The president badly wants to win reelection. If there were anything to his alleged prowess, we’d not have heard the end of it. What we’ve heard, instead, is a bumper-sticker: “Obama killed Osama.” The Left hoped to paste it over the president’s generally dreary record. Even with the Obamedia in coordinated overdrive, the plan can work only if Mitt Romney lets it work — and, thankfully, it looks like he won’t.

The intensity of the attacks on Romney in foreign affairs is a sign of how vulnerable the left realize they are here. 

A quick test for empathy

People who feel the urge to barf when witnessing another person throw up are both compassionate and highly evolved, say two medical experts on the stomach-turning topic.

I qualify as being empathetic but I also feel the urge to barf when I see an Obama commercial.

Obama trade blood for oil

But not the way you think.  The new fuel efficiency standards will save oil but cost lives. 

The DNA of a Blue Blooded voter 

Here’s the humorous look at what the left wing voters believe.

They oppose charter schools for the poor but send their own kids to private schools.
They believe you should be able to buy booze with your EBT cards, but not 32-ounce sodas.
They want the government out of their bedroom, but into your kitchen.

And many more. 

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