O'Reilly: The "Cumulative Message" Of Obama's Policy Is "Weakness"

Townhall.com Staff
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Posted: Aug 05, 2014 10:53 AM
BILL O'REILLY: "The Economist" Magazine recently asked a provokative question: what would America fight for? In the body of the analysis "The Economist" editorialized quote, "Mr. Obama still made a difficult situation worse in two ways. First, he has broken the cardinal rule of super power deterrence -- you must keep your word. In Syria, he drew a red line he would punish Bashar Assad if he used chemical weapons. The Syrian dictator did and Mr. Obama did nothing. In response to Russia's aggression he threatened fierce sanctions only to unveil underwhelming ones. The cumulative message is weakness." Unquote.