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Obama's Chicken Coming Home To Roost
« on: April 21, 2017, 05:36:39 PM »
Obama's Chicken Coming Home To Roost


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Daniel Greenfield
April 21, 2017


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Democrats inherit the foreign policy crises of a thousand Republican presidential fathers, but the foreign policy crises inherited by incoming Republicans in the White House are always orphans.

Or at least that’s how the media likes to spin it.

If you believe your random mainstream media outlet of choice, North Korea and Syria were crises freshly spawned by this administration with no prior history. But these ticking time bombs are the direct result of the two terrible terms of his predecessor.

The Nobel Peace Prize winner’s years in the White House were the most dysfunctional, schizophrenic and senseless eight years of our national foreign policy. His domestic policy was a disaster, but it was a radioactive toxic waste dump with clear and consistent goals. ObamaCare, the abuses of the Justice Department, the Department of Education and the Environmental Protection Agency were the naturally terrible outcome of left-wing policies being implemented with inevitably terrible results.

But Obama’s foreign policy was a wildly inconsistent mess. The Nobel Peace Prize winner couldn’t quite decide if he was a humanitarian interventionist or a pacifist non-interventionist. He couldn’t make up his mind if he wanted to take the side of the Sunnis or the Shiites in their Islamic unholy war. He didn’t know if he wanted to appease Russia or sanction it, to pivot to Asia or run the other way, to play another round of golf or replace his defense secretary for the fifth time.


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Re: Obama's Chicken Coming Home To Roost
« Reply #1 on: April 21, 2017, 05:50:14 PM »
Obama's a Chicken Coming Home To Roost

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Re: Obama's Chicken Coming Home To Roost
« Reply #2 on: April 22, 2017, 03:23:46 AM »
Does the person originating this thread have any other skills beside cutting/pasting other people's work---such as making comments on the piece they post?

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Re: Obama's Chicken Coming Home To Roost
« Reply #3 on: April 22, 2017, 05:32:15 AM »
Does the person originating this thread have any other skills beside cutting/pasting other people's work---such as making comments on the piece they post?

Seems to be a trend the last couple of weeks - post the whole damn article, link to another web site and >poof< vanish without another word. 

I liken drive-by-posters to a dog crapping in your front yard.
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Re: Obama's Chicken Coming Home To Roost
« Reply #4 on: April 22, 2017, 06:48:48 AM »
Does the person originating this thread have any other skills beside cutting/pasting other people's work---such as making comments on the piece they post?
I informed the poster about ettiquette and politely invited him to comment on his or others threads, he replied snarkly, it would be his last post.
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