Spiking the Football Is Not A Foreign Policy

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President Obama cannot make the killing of Osama bin Laden into a foreign policy. He actually needs to have a policy.

The Arab Spring is an al-Qaida success story.

It just got better today. Russia is now reserving the right to launch a pre-emptive strike on our U.S.-led NATO missile defense facilities in Eastern Europe if the U.S. builds the shield. Last year, Medvedev warned Russia would do this. As the talks stalemate, Chief of General Staff Nikolai Makarov said today, “A decision to use destructive force pre-emptively will be taken if the situation worsens.” Google News

The foreign policy failures abound and we look weak in the eyes of the world.

Meanwhile, Obama is spiking the football instead of planning a successful foreign policy strategy.

The following ad points out the fact that what Obama cares about is whether he would suffer political ramifications if the Osama raid went bad, not that our military would have been captured and killed.

Think about this for a minute. Our soldiers who took part in this mission could have been killed or worse, captured and tortured. Remember the terrible things they have done to our soldiers when captured in the past?

They commit unspeakable acts and in the case of the Blackwater men, hung them upside down from a bridge while in horrendous pain. They behead them slowly with dull knives after torturing them for months sometimes.

But what matters, what is gutsy, what Bill Clinton is pointing to are the political ramifications for Barack???

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