Most Americans want a president who leads by making firm decisions with moral clarity and common sense and who puts his country first. Barack Obama has failed this leadership test.
Is Obama so intent on making France and other members of the “international community” happy that he is willing to potentially sacrifice the national security of the United States and the lives of our soldiers by arming rebels who might very well be aligned with al Qaeda?
A surprising discovery causes the President to make a 180 degree turn on his new war.
Not surprisingly, the New York Times lead editorial today praised President Obama’s speech Monday night on Libya. The editorial claimed he made a “strong case” for America’s military intervention.
The Obama White House is unable or unwilling to distinguish between true reformers and the phonies who operate by stealth, deception and lies (known as taqiyya). Through his words and actions, Obama is helping to sugarcoat an evil ideology and amplify the Islamists’ taqiyya. This may well be largely the product of Barack Obama’s Islamist associations and their influence over him for many years.
While ferment grips the Arab world in the Middle East and North Africa and all eyes are on Libya, Palestinian terrorists continue their deadly activities against Israel including a bombing in Jersualem yesterday and rocket attacks on Israeli cities launched from Gaza.
Too often, the way conservatives are portrayed in the media is more a reflection of leftist traits than conservative behavior. If conservatives are as contemptible as the Left posits, an honest portrayal of them should be enough to demonstrate their negative impulses, yet much of how they are depicted in the media is exaggeration, amalgamation, and falsehood.
The international consensus that President Obama declared from Brazil was so strong is nothing but. Aside from the fact that his Brazilian host decided to abstain, rather than support, United Nations Security Council Resolution 1973, the international “consensus” is beginning to crumble.
The latest canard from the Left, as discussed last night on the O’Reilly Factor, is that the racial sterotype of menacing angry black men has led to unfair criticism of President Obama’s kicking “ass” comment in reference to those he finds responsible for the Gulf oil spill disaster.
For example, Mark Halperin of Time Magazine (who had no trouble [...]