America’s foreign Foreign Policy

16 Jul

Since electing the Kenyan, the United States foreign policy has been spastic (at best), but it has been during his second term that we have seen it mutilated.  The Democrats have long been suspect at foreign policy matters.  Their voters, by and large, are the uninformed and uneducated dopers we have seen in those on-the-street (u-tube) interviews, in which they astound us with their blatant ignorance.  So, it is not surprising that they still adore their Community Organizer even after he has bastardized our diplomatic efforts.

Today he announced new sanctions against Russia.  Supposedly for its involvement in Ukraine and other foreign policy moves in response to several international concerns across the Middle East.  

So, with typical progressive logic (oxymoron) we see where he has now positioned us to assault a foe who can, but does not want to, physically harm us in favor of one who can’t, but does.  It appears (if he gets his way) as though both might soon begin to assault us back. 

We can handle Iran easily, but not so with Russia.  Especially in light of the new Russia/China mutual aid agreements.

Do we really want to go there?  Outside of a very tenuous financial support, our allies in Europe are non-existent.  

On top of this, he has our military laying off thousands of experienced officers

I need to know just what type of drugs this fool, our diplomatic corp, and the Pentagon, are on.  If they are this amateurish, sloppy, and careless on foreign fronts, it just makes one wonder what they have in store for us on the domestic side of the coin.  Hint:  Central America.

While Putin and Xi Jinping are smart enough, and would normally just wait out the Kenyan’s final term while taking what they want, they do not want to count out the schizophrenic and inconsistent nature of his advisors.  They know that even though he is a progressive international pacifist full of bluster (BS) that, under the right circumstances, the Kenyan is stupid enough to start a major conflict.  Expect them both to keep up the pressure on us if for no other reason than to keep our amateurs off-balance. 

Our adversaries will not be pushed too far away from their own national security goals.  However, they know that the last thing they can count on is a reasoned logic to come forth from this administration.

The same problem, as Americans, we all face.  It gives one enough pause to hope that Russia just hangs around for a while.  Which they will.  If for no other reason than to possibly flow weapons and ammunition into this country someday.



Posted by on July 16, 2014 in Uncategorized


6 responses to “America’s foreign Foreign Policy

  1. Dannyboy53

    July 16, 2014 at 11:58 pm

    I really haven’t seen a plan for anything since the Kenyan took office. No budget,NOTHING. Him and the Congress seem to be like a bunch of geese, they wake up in a different world every day and make things up as they go along. It’s easier for the Kenyan to blame the myriad mistakes on others that way!

    As for Reid and Boehner, they are a lost cause. They simply stand in front of the cameras and say dumbass things like “the border is secure” or threaten to sue the Kenyan. The country is on autopilot and nothing productive is being done. Hasn’t been for years. Simply incredible!

    The lunatics are running the asylum.

  2. militialaw

    July 17, 2014 at 9:19 am

    “If for no other reason than to possibly flow weapons and ammunition into this country someday.”

    Are you suggesting Russia might one day provide material support to certain disaffected States, like France did back in 1776?

    Makes sense, and follows the pattern established by the Founding Fathers.

  3. Dannyboy53

    July 17, 2014 at 12:24 pm

    “Are you suggesting Russia might one day provide material support to certain disaffected States, like France did back in 1776?”

    I would welcome any food or munitions they would send to my address, we have plenty but would never turn down more!! We would certainly share it with you ‘rat and militialaw!


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