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Resetting American foreign policy

by Speranza ( 46 Comments › )
Filed under Al Qaeda, Barack Obama, Egypt, Hillary Clinton, Iran, Islamists, Israel, Leftist-Islamic Alliance, Middle East, Muslim Brotherhood, Palestinians, Russia, Syria, Turkey at August 26th, 2013 - 11:30 am

One of the reasons I do not complain when Obama goes golfing is because it is less time he has to spent messing up the world.

by Caroline Glick

Aside from the carnage in Benghazi, the most enduring image from Hillary Clinton’s tenure as US secretary of state was the fake remote control she brought with her to Moscow in 2009 with the word “Reset” in misspelled Russian embossed on it.

Clinton’s gimmick was meant to show that under President Barack Obama, American foreign policy would be fundamentally transformed. Since Obama and Clinton blamed much of the world’s troubles on the misdeeds of their country, under their stewardship of US foreign policy, the US would reset everything.

Around the globe, all bets were off.

Five years later we realize that Clinton’s embarrassing gesture was not a gimmick, but a dead serious pledge. Throughout the world, the Obama administration has radically altered America’s policies.

And disaster has followed. Never since America’s establishment has the US appeared so untrustworthy, destructive, irrelevant and impotent.

Consider Syria. Wednesday was the one-year anniversary of Obama’s pledge that the US would seek the overthrow of Syrian President Bashar Assad’s regime if Assad used chemical weapons against his opponents.

On Wednesday, Assad’s forces used chemical weapons against civilians around Damascus. According to opposition forces, well over a thousand people were murdered.

Out of habit, the eyes of the world turned to Washington. But Obama has no policy to offer. Obama’s America can do nothing.

America’s powerlessness in Syria is largely Obama’s fault. At the outset of the Syrian civil war two-and-a-half years ago, Obama outsourced the development of Syria’s opposition forces to Turkey’s Prime Minister Recep Erdogan. He had other options. A consortium of Syrian Kurds, moderate Sunnis, Christians and others came to Washington and begged for US assistance. But they were ignored.

[.........]

Both of these goals are transformative.

In the first instance, Obama believes that anti-Americanism stems from America’s actions. By accepting the mantel of global leadership, Obama believes the US insulted other nations. To mitigate their anger, the US should abdicate leadership.

As for courting Islamic fundamentalists, from his earliest days in office Obama insisted that since radical Islam is the most popular movement in the Islamic world, radical Islam is good. Radical Muslims are America’s friends.

Obama embraced Erdogan, an Islamic fascist who has won elections, as his closest ally and most trusted adviser in the Muslim world.

And so, with the full support of the US government, Erdogan stacked Syria’s opposition forces with radical Muslims like himself. Within months the Muslim Brotherhood comprised the majority in Syria’s US-sponsored opposition.

The Muslim Brotherhood has no problem collaborating with al-Qaida, because the latter was formed by Muslim Brothers.

It shares the Brotherhood’s basic ideology.

Since al-Qaida has the most experienced fighters, its rise to leadership and domination of the Syrian opposition was a natural progression.

In other words, Obama’s decision to have Turkey form the Syrian opposition led inevitably to the current situation in which the Iranian- and Russian-backed Syrian regime is fighting an opposition dominated by al-Qaida.

At this point, short of an Iraq-style US invasion of Syria and toppling of the regime, almost any move the US takes to overthrow the government will strengthen al-Qaida.  [.......].

A distressing aspect of Obama’s embrace of Erdogan is that Erdogan has not tried to hide the fact that he seeks dictatorial powers and rejects the most basic norms of liberal democracy and civil rights.

Under the façade of democracy, Erdogan has transformed Turkey into one of the most repressive countries in the world. Leading businessmen, generals, journalists, parliamentarians and regular citizens have been systematically rounded up and accused of treason for their “crime” of opposing Turkey’s transformation into an Islamic state. [........] Following the overthrow of the Muslim Brotherhood government in Egypt last month, Erdogan has openly admitted that he and his party are part and parcel of the Muslim Brotherhood.

Obama’s approach to world affairs was doubtlessly shaped during his long sojourn in America’s elite universities.

Using the same elitist sensibilities that cause him to blame American “arrogance” for the world’s troubles, and embrace radical Islam as a positive force, Obama has applied conflict resolution techniques developed by professors in ivory towers to real world conflicts that cannot be resolved peacefully.

Obama believed he could use the US’s close relationships with Israel and Turkey to bring about a rapprochement between the former allies. But he was wrong. The Turkish-Israeli alliance ended because Erdogan is a virulent Jew-hater who seeks Israel’s destruction, not because of a misunderstanding.

Obama forced Israel to apologize for defending itself against Turkish aggression, believing that Erdogan would then reinstate full diplomatic relations with the Jewish state. Instead, Erdogan continued his assault on Israel, most recently accusing it of organizing the military coup in Egypt and the anti- Erdogan street protests in Turkey.

As for Egypt, as with Syria, Obama’s foreign policy vision for the US has left Washington with no options for improving the situation on the ground or for securing its own strategic interests. To advance his goal of empowering the Muslim Brotherhood, Obama pushed the Egyptian military to overthrow the regime of US ally Hosni Mubarak and so paved the way for elections that brought the Muslim Brotherhood to power.

Today he opposes the military coup that ousted the Muslim Brotherhood government.

The US claims that it opposes the coup because the military has trampled democracy and human rights. But it is all but silent in the face of the Muslim Brotherhood’s own trampling of the human rights of Egypt’s Christian minority.

Obama ignores the fact that Mohamed Morsi governed as a tyrant far worse than Mubarak.

[........]

Wresting an Israeli apology to Turkey was Obama’s only accomplishment during his trip to Israel in March. Secretary of State John Kerry’s one accomplishment since entering office was to restart negotiations between Israel and the PLO. Just as the consequence of Israel’s apology to Turkey was an escalation of Turkey’s anti- Israel and anti-Semitic rhetoric, so the consequence of Kerry’s “accomplishment” will be the escalation of Palestinian terrorism and political warfare against Israel.

As Jonathan Tobin noted Wednesday in Commentary, to secure Palestinian agreement to reinstate negotiations, not only did Kerry force Israel to agree to release more than a thousand Palestinian terrorists from prison. He put the US on record supporting the Palestinians’ territorial demands. [........]

The current round of talks will fail of course because like the Turks, the Syrians and the Egyptians, the Palestinians are not interested in resolving their conflict.

They are interested in winning it. They do not want a state. They want to supplant Israel.

Clinton’s Reset button was played up as a gimmick. But it was a solemn oath. And it was fulfilled. And as a result, the world is a much more violent and dangerous place. The US and its allies are more threatened. The US’s enemies from Moscow to Tehran to Venezuela are emboldened.

The time has come to develop the basis for a future US policy that would represent a reset of Obama’s catastrophic actions and attitudes. Given the damage US power and prestige has already suffered, and given that Obama is unlikely to change course in his remaining three years in power, it is clear that reverting to George W. Bush’s foreign policy of sometimes fighting a war on nebulous “terrorists” and sometimes appeasing them will not be sufficient to repair the damage.

The US must not exchange strategic insanity with strategic inconsistency.

Instead, a careful, limited policy based on no-risk and low-risk moves that send clear messages and secure clear interests is in order.

The most obvious no-risk move would be to embrace Israel as America’s most vital and only trustworthy ally in the region. By fully supporting Israel not only would the US strengthen its own position by strengthening the position of the only state in the Middle East that shares its enemies, its interests and its values.

Washington would send a strong signal to states throughout the region and the world that the US can again be trusted.

This support would also secure clear US strategic interests by providing Israel with the political backing it requires to eliminate Iran’s nuclear program. Moreover, it would bring coherence to the US’s counter-terror strategy by ending US support for Palestinian statehood.  [........]

Another no-risk move is to support former Soviet satellite states that are now members of NATO. Here, too, the US would be taking an action that is clear and involves no risk. Russia would have few options for opposing such a move. And the US could go a long way toward rebuilding its tattered reputation.

Low risk moves include supporting minorities that do not have a history of violent anti-Americanism and are, in general, opposed to Islamic fascism.

Such groups include the Kurds. In Syria, Iraq, Turkey and Iran, the Kurds represent a national group that has proven its ability to self-govern and to oppose tyranny. With certain, easily identified exceptions, the stronger the Kurds are, the weaker anti-American forces become.

Then there are the Christians. The plight of the Christians in the Islamic world is one of the most depressing chapters in the recent history of the region. In country after country, previously large and relatively peaceful, if discriminated against, Christian minorities are being slaughtered and forced to flee.

[.......]

Strong, forthright statements of support for Christian communities and condemnations of persecution, including rape, forced conversions, massacre, extortion and destruction of church and private Christian-owned property from Egypt to Indonesia to Pakistan to the Palestinian Authority would make a difference in the lives of millions of people.

It would also go some way toward rehabilitating the US’s reputation as a champion of human rights, after Obama’s embrace of the Muslim Brotherhood.

Under Obama, America has made itself worse than irrelevant. In country after country, it has become dangerous to be a US ally. The world as a whole is a much more dangerous place as a consequence.

Nothing short of a fundamental transformation of US foreign policy will suffice to begin to repair the damage.

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  1. 1 | August 26, 2013 11:36 am

    Under the façade of democracy, Erdogan has transformed Turkey into one of the most repressive countries in the world. Leading businessmen, generals, journalists, parliamentarians and regular citizens have been systematically rounded up and accused of treason for their “crime” of opposing Turkey’s transformation into an Islamic state. [........] Following the overthrow of the Muslim Brotherhood government in Egypt last month, Erdogan has openly admitted that he and his party are part and parcel of the Muslim Brotherhood.

    Erdogan is governing how Obama would like to govern. He’d love to round up Christians and Patriotic Americans and cart them off to prison camps. He can’t do that in America, at least not yet, but that is the fundamental transformation of American politics that Obama wants to implement.


  2. waldensianspirit
    2 | August 26, 2013 11:39 am

    So how do they plan to popularise their eminent very unpopular warmongering?

    About 60 percent of Americans surveyed said the United States should not intervene in Syria’s civil war, while just 9 percent thought President Barack Obama should act.


  3. waldensianspirit
    3 | August 26, 2013 11:41 am

    @ Iron Fist:
    Clock is ticking; he has 1242 days left. He better bring his best game; while warmongering around the world


  4. Speranza
    4 | August 26, 2013 12:00 pm

    Iron Fist wrote:

    Erdogan is governing how Obama would like to govern.

    Ain’t that the truth. Yet Erdogan is one of Obama’s closest foreign leaders.


  5. waldensianspirit
    5 | August 26, 2013 12:01 pm

    Nobel Peace Prizee


  6. Speranza
    6 | August 26, 2013 12:02 pm

    Do the Republicans (forget McCain and Miss Lindsey because we already know what the answer is) have the gumption to throw Hilary’s failures as Secretary of State back at her in 2016?


  7. waldensianspirit
    7 | August 26, 2013 12:03 pm

    An 8 year POTUS has 2921.94 days. That’s it. He’s wasted 1679 of them so far.


  8. Speranza
    8 | August 26, 2013 12:03 pm

    waldensianspirit wrote:

    An 8 year POTUS has 2921.94 days. That’s it. He’s wasted 1679 of them so far.

    Let him spend all his time on the golf course -- it will be better for America and the world.


  9. waldensianspirit
    9 | August 26, 2013 12:05 pm

    @ Speranza:
    Golf won’t be improved but then again who cares if it saves the republic


  10. huckfunn
    10 | August 26, 2013 12:05 pm

    This vid is so completely illustrative of Hillary’s tenure as SOS and the regime’s incoherent foreign policy.


  11. waldensianspirit
    11 | August 26, 2013 12:08 pm

    Senator Says U.S. Military Intervention In Syria Is “Imminent” After Speaking With White House Officials…

    when we’re involved, it’s surgical, proportional to what has occurred,” Corker said

    Boots on the ground or boots not on the ground?


  12. 12 | August 26, 2013 12:09 pm

    @ waldensianspirit:

    Yeah, those are going to be a miserable 1242 days. That stretches ahead of us like an endless eternity. Obama can do so much damage in that time. He may drag us into a war in Syria, a war we have no business involving ourselves in. He may come back with a vengance for gun control, too. I think that’ll depend on how the mid-term elections go next year. I am sure he wants to come back to that, but gun control is a loser electorally. I hope that the House of Representatives holds that at bay. I think we’ll hold the House next year, but I am going to be nervous until we actually do that.


  13. waldensianspirit
    13 | August 26, 2013 12:11 pm

    Egyptian Islamists Cry “Uncle,” Beg Military-Backed Government For A Truce…

    wz says “Time to finish them off.”

    Now how long did it take the Egyptian military?
    How long and at what cost of life have we been in Afghanistan on to Syria?

    Something to do with the “proportional” stuff?


  14. waldensianspirit
    14 | August 26, 2013 12:14 pm

    @ Iron Fist:
    I know. I’m just thinking he should be pushed to feel urgency ad really overstep and go lamer


  15. 15 | August 26, 2013 12:15 pm

    @ waldensianspirit:
    Unfortunately I think we have seen his best game.


  16. 16 | August 26, 2013 12:16 pm

    @ waldensianspirit:

    I’m anticipating a few cruise missile strikes. Surely Obama won’t get us boots on the ground in Syria. He didn’t in Lybia, and we still lost an ambassador in the aftermath. I don’t think Obama cares about throwing soldier’s lives away, but the Donks in the Senate, if they wish to stay there, may sing a different tune. Obama is already a lame duck with his party. Look at how poorly he showed in the gun control debate. I am actually surprised he didn’t get a bill through the Senate. Obama is not a leader of any shape or form. He can’t make things happen, even on the issues he cares most about. He barely got ObamaCare through, and that was as muh through legislative legendermain as it was through any leadership on his part. And that cost him the House. I don’t think he could have gotten ObamaCare through this Senate. Obama isn’t good at building a consensus. HE wants to dictate everything, and that just doesn’t sell well, even with the MFM as his personal cheer-leading squad.


  17. 17 | August 26, 2013 12:24 pm

    @ waldensianspirit:

    If you want to win a war, you deliberatly don’t throw proportional attacks. You want to hit the enemy all out of proportion to the damage he is doing to you. That is what you do if you are trying to win. If you don’t care whether you win or lose (or if you want to lose) you throw proportional attacks so that neither side gains any advantage on the other. That is what we’ve done in Afghanistan. That is just a recipe for endless war and eventual defeat. You don’t see the Taliban worried about proportionality. They are dedicated to winning. ANd, indeed, Obama has told them they’ve already won if they can just hold on one more year. That has to be a big morale booster for the Taliban and al Qaeda.


  18. Speranza
    18 | August 26, 2013 12:35 pm

    Iron Fist wrote:

    If you want to win a war, you deliberatly don’t throw proportional attacks.

    I am a firm believer in disproportionality.


  19. waldensianspirit
    19 | August 26, 2013 12:52 pm

    @ Iron Fist:
    Egyptian military won because they arrested the heads of the snake. Period


  20. 20 | August 26, 2013 12:54 pm

    @ Speranza:

    So were Sherman and Grant. They were trying to win a war, not to win friends on the other side of the line. American culture today rejects winning as a worthy objective. Look at the way we fought in Iraq and Afganistan. Long before the enemy was defeated on the field we turned our attention to making them feel better about their culture. Consequently, we lost the peace even though we won the war on the battlefield. Instead of trying to make teh Islamists feel important, we should have been making efforts to shame them for their barbarity.


  21. waldensianspirit
    21 | August 26, 2013 12:56 pm

    The Bush and Obama White House take unindicted co-conspirators of the snake’s heads on as advisers


  22. heysoos
    22 | August 26, 2013 1:03 pm

    BO and his crew are a danger to themselves, all Americans, and about half the rest of the world…they have no clue what they are doing or what the outcome might be, none


  23. waldensianspirit
    23 | August 26, 2013 1:10 pm

    heysoos wrote:

    heysoos


  24. 24 | August 26, 2013 1:13 pm

    heysoos wrote:

    they have no clue what they are doing or what the outcome might be, none

    I think that they do understand what they are doing. They are gettin gthe results that they want on Foreign Policy and on the economic front. Obama wants to take the US out of contention as a world leader. He doesn’t want America to be a strong, vital nation. He wants us to be Third World.


  25. heysoos
    25 | August 26, 2013 1:22 pm

    Iron Fist wrote:

    heysoos wrote:
    they have no clue what they are doing or what the outcome might be, none
    I think that they do understand what they are doing. They are gettin gthe results that they want on Foreign Policy and on the economic front. Obama wants to take the US out of contention as a world leader. He doesn’t want America to be a strong, vital nation. He wants us to be Third World.

    in general I have no reason to disagree, but specifically, case by case, I believe they are just ignorant, full of hubris, and more stupid than a box of rocks…they may have some nefarious grand plan, but their legacy is already trashed…self inflicted


  26. buzzsawmonkey
    26 | August 26, 2013 1:32 pm

    Iron Fist wrote:

    If you want to win a war, you deliberatly don’t throw proportional attacks. You want to hit the enemy all out of proportion to the damage he is doing to you. That is what you do if you are trying to win.

    This.


  27. 27 | August 26, 2013 1:32 pm

    @ heysoos:

    They say never attribute to malice things that can be explained by stupidity, and I’ll grant you that Obama has picked some real losers for his team, but I still think he is getting the results he desires. He has looted the treasury in what has to be the biggest bank heist in all of history, and funneled that money into the hands of Democrat doners and constituencies. I believe that was his plan from day one. I doubt we’ll ever really know whether Obama is malevolent or just stupid. We don’t have enough information about his college career to make any sound judgement about his prowess as a student, but I will say that if he had really good grades in really difficult subjects he’d be trumpeting that as proof of his superior intellect. The fact that he keeps all of that stuff under wraps indicates to me that I wouldn’t be impressed by his transcripts. We know he isn’t concealing his grades out of humility. Obama doesn’t have a humble bone in his body.


  28. 28 | August 26, 2013 1:38 pm

    @ buzzsawmonkey:

    Fo r all of his faults, Bush was trying to win. That’s why they poured it on in the Battle of Fallujah. And, too, Bush handled the Afghan theater maybe as well as you could have expected. Turning Afghanistan into radioactive wasteland was probably never on the table, but at east Bush didn’t try to turn Afghanistan into a model Jeffersonian Democracy. We only lost a couple of hundred people in Afghanistan when Bush was in control. We’ve lost, what, 30 times as many during Obama’s first four years. Obama changed the mission, and then gave the troops ROE that guaranteed Americans would be killed. Now Obama is getting ready to pull out in disgrace, and teh troops are suffering for it. If Obama were a Republican the Press would have started the “Failed Presidency” drumbeat a long time ago.


  29. buzzsawmonkey
    29 | August 26, 2013 1:52 pm

    Iron Fist wrote:

    We don’t have enough information about his college career to make any sound judgement about his prowess as a student, but I will say that if he had really good grades in really difficult subjects he’d be trumpeting that as proof of his superior intellect. The fact that he keeps all of that stuff under wraps indicates to me that I wouldn’t be impressed by his transcripts. We know he isn’t concealing his grades out of humility. Obama doesn’t have a humble bone in his body.

    He does tend to brag, which is the mark of someone insecure and conscious of his own inferiority.

    It is true we don’t know any facts about his prowess as a student, but the child is father to the man, as they say—and he has amply demonstrated that he is ignorant, inarticulate when not prompted, arrogant, intellectually incurious, ill-read to an astounding degree, and thin-skinned and vengeful as a Spanish grandee when these traits, which he could easily address, are shown up as they inevitably must be.


  30. waldensianspirit
    30 | August 26, 2013 2:05 pm

    @ buzzsawmonkey:
    Joe Biden lessens the frequency of that happening so in a way we owe Biden a debt of gratitude


  31. 31 | August 26, 2013 2:06 pm

    @ buzzsawmonkey:

    Yeah, and I doubt that he had any of his Socialist upbringing questioned in either Punahoe or Harvard. All of the Ivy League bastions that he attended would have served only to reinforce the lessons taught by his mother, not to challenge them. Which points toward a serious flaw in the dogma of Leftist indoctrination. Namely, if one sets oneself as antithetical to all norms and mores, what does one do when that view becomes the norm? Leftism is a self-reinforcing ideology, and requires a lot of maitenance in the form of wishful thinking (and really doublethink, as Orwell coind it). Leftists have to continually be told how brilliant that they are, how they are challenging society, and so forth, while brooking no challenges to their essentially religious doctrine. You’d think we could wipe the floor with these losers, but they have the media and the educational apparatus totally (or near-totally) in their control.


  32. Speranza
    32 | August 26, 2013 2:10 pm

    Iron Fist wrote:

    Fo r all of his faults, Bush was trying to win. That’s why they poured it on in the Battle of Fallujah

    I was not thrilled though by the poltically correct way we were fighting.


  33. 33 | August 26, 2013 2:21 pm

    @ Speranza:

    Oh, I agree with you there. I’d have hit Afghanistan harder than any nation in history has been hit to set an example for the rest of the Mohammedan world to ponder. This business of trying to rebuild the enemy’s self-esteem before you have defeated them utterly is certainly not the way to go. We shoulod have finished the job in Afghanistan. IF we’d been brutal enough about it, We probably woldn’t have needed to invade Iraq, just as after Iraq we didn’t have to invade Libya to get Kadaffy to give up his nuclear ambitions. Right now we don’t have a credible nuclear deterrant. I doubt that the Iranian leadership believes we’d nuke them even in retalliation for a nucler attack on America. And Obama’s already told them that he wouldn’t use nuclear weapons because of a chemical or biological attack on us. It is kind of hard to have a credible deterrant when you tell the enemy a priori that you won’t use it.


  34. heysoos
    34 | August 26, 2013 4:21 pm

    this fire in CA makes my guts churl, physically sick…the feds cancelled the delivery of new C-130 retardant modules used to fight these monsters…what a fucking mess…our forests out west are a target…these pics just break my heart…these woods will never grow back in my lifetime
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2402158/San-Francisco-power-water-supply-danger-huge-wildfire-visible-space-continues-spread.html


  35. BatGuano
    35 | August 26, 2013 4:24 pm

    I have now allowed the postings to continue.


  36. lobo91
    36 | August 26, 2013 4:36 pm

    @ BatGuano:

    I was wondering who was responsible…
    //


  37. BatGuano
    37 | August 26, 2013 4:43 pm

    @ lobo91:
    Yeah, that was me.


  38. The Osprey
    38 | August 26, 2013 5:00 pm

    Jay-Z, Lay-Z and Cray-Z


  39. Da_Beerfreak
    39 | August 26, 2013 5:07 pm

    Quagmire.

    Now there’s a word that ain’t been used by the butt-kissing lamestream obamamedia.

    It’s time we dusted it off and started using it because we all know Syria will be one hell of a quagmire.


  40. The Osprey
    40 | August 26, 2013 5:09 pm

    Da_Beerfreak wrote:

    Quagmire.

    Now there’s a word that ain’t been used by the butt-kissing lamestream obamamedia.

    It’s time we dusted it off and started using it because we all know Syria will be one hell of a quagmire.

    It’s going to be a quagmire and a clusterf**k. A quagclustermiref**k.


  41. heysoos
    41 | August 26, 2013 5:16 pm

    Syrians gassing themselves is none of our business…if some monger wants to make PR hay, let them…btw, who speaks for the Coptics in Egypt


  42. Speranza
    42 | August 26, 2013 5:42 pm

    heysoos wrote:

    Syrians gassing themselves is none of our business…if some monger wants to make PR hay, let them…btw, who speaks for the Coptics in Egypt

    Nobody speaks for them.


  43. heysoos
    43 | August 26, 2013 6:12 pm

    if BO hadn’t stepped onto his own dick, if he had any balls at all, he would have sat down with Putin and carved up Syria according to each’s interest…keep Syria off Israels back, disallow Hez to continue to poison Lebanon and now Jordan and in return the US will tacity approve of a Russian takeover to ‘protect your interests’ and maintain stability or some such crap…if not, the next time you fuck with Ukraine or Georgia, your armor will be reduced to scrap metal….one time, take it or leave it


  44. heysoos
    44 | August 26, 2013 6:20 pm

    we need to start working with Putin regardless that he’s a gangster, so is BO…but BO is scared to death of the guy…our entire foreign policy club is a bunch of frat boy jerk offs…way over their heads…Kerry’s new gung ho attitude is a glaring indictment to BO’s failed policy…what are they going to do? how does it benefit the US?…they have no clue…Americans are gonna die for no good reason again, like faceless pawns


  45. darkwords
    45 | August 26, 2013 8:16 pm

    @ 44 heysoos: I’ll have to go like putins facebook page. Kerry has to just be full of bad motives. He isn’t a straight shooter. Just a crony from the coast.


  46. Speranza
    46 | August 27, 2013 8:42 am

    I really am grateful there is no longer a USSR being run by Leonid Brezhnev. We would be in full retreat (actually “surrender”) mode.


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