05
Mar
09

Disasterous Foreign Policy

and it’s only been 2 months!

So, with his economic recovery package pushing the major indexes to new lows, Obama’s pulled out some new tricks to win over supporters.

First, he’s going to ignore Kyrgyzstan’s offers to wait on a Russian deal in case something better comes from the Americans.  (Hey, President Obama, Kyrgyzstan is how we resupply our troops in Afghanistan!)  If we can’t resupply in Afghanistan, how are more troops going to help?  Clearly I must have brain damage to challenge the gifted mind of Obama, but I can’t understand how denial of logistical ports is going to help us win in Afghanistan.  Imagine what it would have been like in Iraq if we couldn’t use Kuwait as a staging area.  That’s what Afghanistan is going to be like if we’re denied use of Kyrgyzstan, Pakistan, Iran and Chian.

In the meantime, Obama seems to be doing what he can to insult the British.  First, he returned the bust of Churchill that’s been in the White House since 9/11 (replacing it with a bust of Abraham Lincoln).  He did everything in his power to subdue any hoopla about the arrival of the Head of State of our most important ally.  (Notice, also, that Reuters carries Obama’s water here, throwing out an excuse about the subdued visit.)  Really, a press conference with flags in the background was too much to ask?

Brown really put on a show for Obama, giving some great welcome gifts from the UK, such as a pen hold made from the hull of the HMS Gannet, an anti-slaver vessel.  Obama loved it.  Brown’s wife also got Obama’s girls some new clothes.  Obama, in the meantime, got brown a gift set of 25 DVDs.  Glad to see someone in the Obama administration had time to run to Wal Mart and pick up something fancy!

No wonder some in the English media are a little miffedA few in the US media are noticing as well.

He’d better get his act together.  So far his presidency is shaping up to be blunder after blunder.


6 Responses to “Disasterous Foreign Policy”


  1. 1 Holly
    March 5, 2009 at 4:14 pm

    I think disasterous foriegn policy is lying about WMD and starting two wars due to a personal vendetta. I can’t believe the nerve of some of you people. Bush barely even talked to other countries unless he was threatening them. Sure, he loved ole Tony Blair but that was because he was an idiot and went along with the Iraq war. It’s hard to take you seriously when you have an “I Am Joe” homage to Joe the Plumber on your page.

    [Doc– What do you mean “you people”?]

  2. 2 John A. Davison
    March 6, 2009 at 5:28 am

    B. Hussein Obama has but one goal. It is to destroy this nation, a nation he has hated since he was a teenager.

  3. 3 John A. Davison
    March 8, 2009 at 7:32 am

    Ditto Doc.

    http://jadavison.wordpress.com/2009/01/01/miscellany/#comment-1676

    especially #85, but don’t neglect the others.

    B. Hussein Obama is not only the biggest con artist since P.T. Barnum, he has all the social graces of a barnyard rooster.

  4. 4 Glenn
    March 27, 2009 at 11:57 am

    Dr. Davison: It seems there are some subjects in which we see eye to eye.

    Regards,

    Glenn

  5. March 28, 2009 at 10:39 pm

    Holly, we all know that after 9/11 Afghanistan was inevitable. Personal vendetta? How can it be personal when George W. Bush was just doing his job? With an attack on American soil how else should he react? And as with the Iraq war, if George W. Bush didn’t push Tony Blair on the Iraq war, Tony Blair will be pushing George W. Bush. In case you haven’t noticed, Tony Blair led his country to intervene in Kosovo, then in Sierra Lonne. And oh, there had been 4 inquiries about Iraq in the United Kingdom. No government has ever submitted itself to such a through inquiry and four times, the Blair government was cleared. I can’t believe

  6. March 28, 2009 at 10:42 pm

    Holly, we all know that after 9/11 Afghanistan was inevitable. Personal vendetta? How can it be personal when George W. Bush was just doing his job? With an attack on American soil how else should he react? And as with the Iraq war, if George W. Bush didn’t push Tony Blair on the Iraq war, Tony Blair will be pushing George W. Bush. In case you haven’t noticed, Tony Blair led his country to intervene in Kosovo, then in Sierra Lonne. And oh, there had been 4 inquiries about Iraq in the United Kingdom. No government has ever submitted itself to such a through inquiry and four times, the Blair government was cleared. I can’t believe the nerve of people saying that the they lied about WMDs when every major intelligence agency in the world was saying the SAME THING and history showed Saddam Hussein actually using them to his own people.


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