|“Every gun that is made, every warship launched, every rocket fired signifies |
in the final sense, a theft from those who hunger and are not fed, those who are cold and are not clothed."
It wasn't classic liberal weakness per se--it was worse; Obama actually colluded with Iran's dictators and many other despots across the globe. Regardless, whether Obama's reflexive cringe was passive or aggressive, President Trump is charged with cleaning up the wreckage. Even President Trump's recent Syrian airstrikes were dictated by Obama's Retreat From Freedom. Critics charge President Trump with a fondness for strongmen, but dictators never had a better friend than Obama.
*Syrians would have thrown off Assad and be free today but for Obama's Ayatollah-fetish.
*The young people of Iran were on the brink of toppling the Mullahs until Obama single-handedly rescued them and condemned the Iranian people to additional years of oppression. Not to mention the carnage the regime inflicts on its neighbors.
*His aggressive failure in the Mid-East shoe-horned thousands of terrorists into Europe.
*In Cuba, he rescued the military dictatorship there.
*He tried mightily to impose the Muslim Brotherhood on Egypt.
*Selling out the Palestinian people, he coddled the PLO Mob-Family leadership instead. Trump gets the phony charge of anti-Semitism while at the UN, Obama takes Solomon's Temple away from people named Solomon.
Obama won his Nobel Peace Prize for Being Awesome and Arms Control but Mostly for Being Awesome. But millions of people live with death, war, terrorism and oppression because of Barack Obama. That's why I call him "Pres. Reagan-in-Reverse".
Liberals say we are Strong through Peace, forgetting that there is no peace to begin with without strength.
|He was buried in his uniform.|
Reagan grasped that truth and "won the Cold War without firing a shot" in Thatcher's phrase, Grenada notwithstanding.
Trump has taken up the Reagan mantle of Peace Through Strength and is turning our posture back to traditional American allies, traditional American values, traditional American victory and to traditional American sanity.
|Q: What do Steven Colbert and Donald Trump have in common?|
A: They both like to pull out their swords and dance with men in robes on the weekend.