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06 February, 2010

Barack Obama: stumbling towards isolationism


My cousin, Steve, who is working for a private contractor in Iraq sent this to me. This is reprinted from the "Telegraph", a British newspaper, and THIS is how Obama, who ran on the platform of uniting the world is being perceived across the pond. In the short time this liar has been in office, we have seen the leadership of the United States as a world power disintegrate at a breakneck pace. I have reprinted the article in it's entirety. Here is how THEY see us...


Europeans cheered Barack Obama every step of the way to the White House.

They swooned when the candidate took his stump skills to Berlin, where he spoke of "the burdens of global citizenship" and promised to "remake the world".

He had lived in Indonesia as a boy, travelled to Pakistan and Africa in his youth and came from a family that looked, as he liked to quip, "like the United Nations". Then, in his first year in office, he made 10 trips abroad to 21 countries, making him the most travelled of all United States presidents in their first 12 months.

So it came as a rude shock to Europeans last week when Obama decided not to bother with the European Union knees up Madrid in May - particularly miffing Prime Minister Jose Luis Zapatero of Spain, who, like the American president, campaigned on his opposition to the Iraq war.

American officials intimated that they were unimpressed by European bickering over who would sit next to the Obamas at the summit dinner and even over who would be the first leader to shake the hand of the person that Oprah Winfrey anointed as "the One" in Iowa back in 2008.

Perhaps Obama himself was a touch irritated by Nicolas Sarkozy's new habit of mocking him. "Obama has been in power for a year, and he has already lost three special elections," the French president said last week. "Me, I have won two legislative elections and the EU election. What can one say I've lost?"

The discomfort of Europe's elites indicates growing a realisation that perhaps he's just not that into them. The fact that Hillary Clinton, Obama's Secretary of State, felt the need to point out that "European security remains an anchor of US foreign and security policy" spoke volumes.

There is little sign that Obama feels the kind of instinctive belief in transatlantic alliances that, for instance, President George W Bush felt. In Washington, the much-ballyhooed "special relationship" - a phrase that Team Obama views as betraying a British inferiority complex and cloying neediness - has never felt less special.

That's partly because Gordon Brown is viewed as so toxic by the Obama administration that dealings with Downing Street are in a state of virtual suspended animation. But there are no indications yet that a Prime Minister David Cameron will have the red carpet rolled out for him.

One of Obama's conceits was that he would be the "Pacific president", looking west from his native Hawaii to China, India and Japan rather than east to America's traditional allies. It's as if Obama has embraced Donald Rumsfeld's much-maligned concept of "old Europe" - and broadened it.

The Czech Republic and Poland were told in late-night phone calls that planned missile defence sites on their territory were being abandoned.

Mid-level American officials often produce plans and papers about Helmand that overlook the fact that British troops have been fighting and dying there since 2006.

Obama's foreign policy sometimes seems like it does not go much further than the concept of "le monde, c'est moi". The limits of his transcendental personality in terms of results are becoming as apparent abroad as they are at home.

Relations with China sunk to a new low last week after the Obama decided to sell $6.4 billion in arms to Taiwan and to meet the Dalai Lama. After kowtowing to China by avoiding discussion of human rights in a humiliatingly ineffectual trip last November and failing to see the Tibetan monk, Obama's decided to get tough - though to what end is unclear.

Having offered an "unclenched fist" to Iran, Obama has been almost casually rebuffed. As Sarkozy put it: "What have these proposals for dialogue produced for the international community? Nothing but more enriched uranium and more centrifuges."

In the Middle East, Obama's popularity is sliding among both Israelis and Arabs and the prospects of meaningful peace talks are dire. Requests to Nato for more troops to train Afghan security forces have fallen largely on deaf ears. Suddenly, the US no longer feels like the indispensable nation.

For all his talk of reaching out to the world and his apologies on behalf of America, there is little that Obama has achieved. He is liked but not respected - and there are growing doubts about whether he has the backbone or the domestic political capital to deliver.

Obama is finding that foreign policy is about more than just talk and turning up to take a bow. For its part, the world is realising that the man it championed as one of its own is stumbling towards isolationism.
Toby Harnden

05 February, 2010

The Foundation...


"[A] wise and frugal government ... shall restrain men from injuring one another, shall leave them otherwise free to regulate their own pursuits of industry and improvement, and shall not take from the mouth of labor the bread it has earned. This is the sum of good government." --Thomas Jefferson

04 February, 2010

Government Flow Chart...

This was sent to me by a friend of mine and I had to pass it along.

02 February, 2010

State of the Union Address...



I have decided to give a brief synopsis of the SOTU address that was given last week in case you missed it.


"My fellow Americans.
It's all Bush's fault.
Thank You."

It should have been called the State of the Onion Address, it sure made a lot of people cry.

01 February, 2010

Isn't life a choice??


This is amazing...truly amazing...

As you may or may not have heard, Focus on the Family is airing a 30 second spot during the super bowl starring Tim Tebow and his Mom. No one has seen it yet but it supposedly depicts the story of a mother that is faced with the decision to abort her child or die herself. Obviously neither happened, because Pam Tebow is very much alive and her son grew up to be one of the biggest stars in college football history. He captured two national championships and was the first sophomore to win the Heisman trophy. "I know some people won't agree with it, but I think they can at least respect that I stand up for what I believe," Tebow said. "I've always been very convicted of it (his views on abortion) because that's the reason I'm here, because my mom was a very courageous woman. So any way that I could help, I would do it."

So why all the fuss from the liberal women's groups and pro-deathers?? Aren't they all about choice? Aren't one of the choices they want women to have is to not kill their child? "An ad that uses sports to divide rather than to unite has no place in the biggest national sports event of the year – an event designed to bring Americans together," said Jehmu Greene, president of the New York-based Women's Media Center.

Tell me, how can this ad possibly divide anyone? Do we agree on both sides that for a woman to have a choice about her reproductive health that giving birth should be one of the choices??? Unless...they really AREN'T for choice. Could it be that they are so agenda driven that they are more concerned about keeping a multi-billion dollar industry alive. Could it be that they are more concerned about how Americans are becoming more and more pro-life, according to the polls, that they could be loosing their power base?

To me, this tells the REAL story of who these people are. It exposes the lies that they have been telling for decades, that they are all about freedom and liberty and personal rights. Let someone who exercised the right to keep her child despite the advice of her doctor, tell her story and the truth about these murderers are finally revealed.

That is why I never give them the label of "Pro-Choice". I never have, because that's not who they are. They are pro-death, pro-murder, pro-liberal agenda...they are about many things, except for the "choice" they espouse.