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The Consequences of Obama's Bungled Mideast Policy

DagNabbit Wrote: Sep 17, 2012 2:00 AM
There, he implicitly contrasted George W. Bush's emphasis on universal human rights by admitting that "America does not presume to know what is best for everyone." Uh, yeah, sure. Michael, have you taken a good look at Bush's handiwork in Iraq and Afghanistan? Did you notice that some of the loudest anti-US protests came from there? You're trying to give W the moral high groun here? And do you not see that we DO,in fact, have a lot to apologize to those two countries for? When you "liberate" people, thy supposed to sort of WANT to be liberated. Kind of important in the process.
Corndog2 Wrote: Sep 17, 2012 6:01 AM
Hum DrugHabbit,

How long you going to continue to blame Bush for obama's utter incompetence?
Check your facts. Iraq is one of the few stable islamic regimes in the mid-east.

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."

In other words, his Middle East policies are in shambles. His assumption that a president "who doesn't look like other presidents" would...