It is here now. It is coming from within. It is coming out of the White House.
The President Who Hates His Country
Abandoning allies, Embracing enemies
вЂњIf you are a longtime enemy of the United States, count on a grand reception from the Obama administration. All is forgiven and, worse, forgotten,вЂќ write Dick Morris and Eileen McGann. вЂњBut if you have a track record as an ally or friend, you wonвЂ™t get the right time of day.вЂќ
Of course apologists for Obama &: Co. point to вЂњprogressвЂќ in our foreign policy, ignoring, as Caroline Glick points out, that вЂњAmericaвЂ™s betrayal of its democratic allies makes each of them more vulnerable to aggression at the hands of their enemies вЂ“ enemies the Obama administration is now actively attempting to appease.вЂќ Glick lays out the cold hard facts:
вЂўObama abrogated AmericaвЂ™s strategic commitment to the defense of our ally Japan when his administration reacted to North KoreaвЂ™s ballistic missile test by saying the U.S. would only shoot the missile down if it targeted U.S. territory.
вЂўObama slapped our ally India when he refused to make ending PakistanвЂ™s support for jihadist terror groups attacking India a central component of its strategy for contending with Pakistan and Afghanistan.
вЂўObama failed to assure our ally Iraq that democracy and freedom will be secured before U.S. forces are withdrawn next year.
вЂўObama de facto abandoned our allies in Eastern Europe when he announced his intention to forge a new alliance with Russia. вЂњThe Czech, Polish, Georgian and Ukrainian governments,вЂќ Glick says, вЂњwere quick to recognize that ObamaвЂ™s strong desire to curry favor with the Kremlin and weaken his own country will imperil their ability to withstand Russian aggression.вЂќ
вЂўObama вЂњis sacrificing the U.S.вЂ™s alliance with our ally Israel вЂњin a bid to appease the Arabs and Iran by supporting the immediate establishment of a Palestinian state,вЂќ which, Glick warns, вЂњrequires Israel to commit national suicide in exchange for `peace.вЂ™вЂќ Obama also made clear вЂњthat from the administrationвЂ™s perspective, an Israeli strike that prevents Iran from becoming a nuclear power is less acceptable than a nuclear-armed Iran.вЂќ In addition, Obama sent Hamas $900 million of foreign aid, вЂњchanneled through the UNRWA, a United Nations front filled with Hamas operativesвЂќ
вЂўObama slapped our ally England when he returned the bust of Winston Churchill to Prime Minister Gordon Brown.
вЂўObama slapped our ally Colombia and its president Alvaro Uribe when he refused to submit the free trade deal with Bogota to the Senate.
вЂњWhat a great time to be our enemy!вЂќ Glick exclaims. вЂњWhat a terrible time to be our friend!вЂќ
And speaking about appeasing Iran, the Obama administration recently asked a federal judge to throw out a $6.6-billion class-action lawsuit against Iran filed by 52 American diplomats and military officials held hostage for more than a year at the U.S. Embassy in Tehran 30 years ago. Nothing like selling out Americans to make brownie points with a bloodthirsty dictator!
Y Post writer Ralph Peters, a former military intelligence officer, sums up the hate-America core tenets of the вЂњObama DoctrineвЂќ as follows:
(1) WeвЂ™re to blame,
(2) Problems can be negotiated away,
(3) Problems that canвЂ™t be talked out can be bought off,
(4) Islamist terrorism doesnвЂ™t exist,
(5) ItвЂ™s all our fault,
(6) IsraelвЂ™s the obstacle to Middle East peace,
(7) Our nukes threaten world peace and we need to get rid of them,
(8) Our military is dangerous,
(9) Our intelligence services are even more dangerous than our military,
(10) ItвЂ™s only torture if we do it, and
(11) Blame President George W. Bush.
Obama is clearly not satisfied with threatening the safety of our tried-and-true allies abroad. He is also determined to undermine the bedrock foundation of AmericaвЂ™s security вЂ“ our military and intelligence agencies. By disclosing interrogation memos вЂ“ and planning to release photographs associated with military probes into prisoner abuse вЂ“ he has betrayed every heroic person who risks his or her life for our country, and unforgivably given aid-and-comfort to enemies who seethe with virulent anti-Americanism and lust for our demise. And in the Department of Homeland SecurityвЂ™s infamous memo, he has called members of our military, among others, potential domestic terrorists!
вЂњAfter September 1th, the general outcry was, вЂWhy donвЂ™t we have better overseas capabilities?вЂ™вЂќ said Porter Goss, director of the CIA from September 2004 to May 2006. вЂњI fear that in the years to come, this refrain will be heard again. It is certainly not trust that is fostered when intelligence officers are told one day вЂI have your back,вЂ™ only to learn a day later that a knife is being held to it.вЂќ
How horrifying to contemplate that it is the President of the United States himself who is wielding that back-stabbing knife!
Anyone who admires Alan Colmes in any slight way.
Colmes be damned.
I do. We have portrayed ourselves as weak apologizers.
no. Alan Colmes will bless America. Colmes bless.
Why, what do you have planned?
idk… look how far we’ve come since 911, maybe they would have too hard of a time since we have stepped up surveilance
i certainly hope not…