Wednesday, April 8, 2009

I Guess Stephanopoulos Can't Handle The Truth, But Obama Is An Amateurish Screw-Up

Below are some excerpts from a piece in the N. Y. Post about Obama’s recent overseas trip. Basically it says that Obama is staggeringly ignorant about foreign affairs and what is happening in the world. And Our Great Leader seems incapable of achieving anything that will benefit America.
Unfortunately Obama will see no reason to get better at what he does since the dinosaur media tells him everything he does is wonderful. Unfortunately it will probably take a bunch of dead Americans to get his attention.

Everything below is from the NY Post story by Ralph Peters.
THE real climax of President Obama's Spring Apologies Tour wasn't his photo op with our troops in Baghdad or even his "American Guilt" concerts in Western Europe.
While fans in the press cheered wildly at every venue, the real performance came in Turkey. And it was a turkey.
Obama means well. Just as Jimmy Carter, his policy godfather, meant well. But the road to embassy takeovers and strategic humiliation is paved with good intentions -- coupled with distressing naivete.
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Then, in Turkey, he surrendered our national pride, undercut our interests and interfered in matters that aren't his business.
On the latter point: Suppose the European Union president went to Cuba and insisted that the world's sunniest concentration camp should be welcomed into NAFTA? That's the equivalent of what our president did in Ankara on Monday when he declared that he supports Turkey's bid for EU membership.
The Europeans don't want Turkey in their club. Because Turkey isn't a European state, nor is its culture European. And it isn't our business to press Europe to embrace a huge, truculent Muslim country suffering a creeping Islamist coup.
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. The country's alarmed middle class opposes the effort to turn the country into an Islamic state. Obama's gushing praise for the AKP's bosses left them aghast.
Obama's embrace of Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan (now orchestrating show trials of his opponents) was one step short of going to Tehran and smooching President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
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And Obama's disdainful remarks about President Bush were just shabby.
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He told the Europeans that the global economic crisis is all our fault. No mention of European greed, overleveraged governments, destructive Euro-loans or Chinese currency manipulation. . . . . In return, the Europeans gave him . . . nothing.
. . . . . I believe that our president wants to do the right thing. But he doesn't have a clue how. For now, he's enraptured by the applause. But he hasn't tried to charge his fans for their tickets. And they've already made up their minds they won't have to pay.
Ralph Peters is Fox News' strategic analyst and the author of "Looking for Trouble."

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