Obama Is Putting “We The People” In Continuing Danger

President Obama is a loose cannon but for the wrong side. President George W. Bush warned us before he left office that if Iraq was ever left stranded, on her own without a United States contingency force all the sacrifices of our military and lost of life would have been in vain and it would be very difficult to go back in again which we would have to. Obama’s generals advised him that we would have to leave a force of around 23,000 soldiers if we were to pull out. Obama one fine day decided to just pull the plug. As you can see what is happening now. Keep in mind Iraq was the bad war, that was Bush’s war. How we wound up with a baby with loose marbles in the White House is beyond me. You must remember Afghanistan was the good war that he kept on insinuating as he was running for president in 2008 as though there is good in any one war. The problem is good war or not Obama is going to allow Afghanistan to the same fate as Iraq.

Here is what Vice President Joe Biden had to say in a past interview with Margaret Warner of PBS Newshour, “We’re saying we’re going to keep the commitment we made, that George Bush made, President Bush made, to the Iraqi people and to the then-government of Iraq. I wonder if Obama put good old Joe in the dungeon after that remark. Here is what Dick Cheney and Liz Cheney had to say in a Wall Street Journal interview, “As the terrorists of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) threaten Baghdad, thousands of slaughtered Iraqis in their wake, it is worth recalling a few of President Obama’s past statements about ISIS and al Qaeda. “If a J.V. team puts on Lakers’ uniforms that doesn’t make them Kobe Bryant” (January 2014). “[C]ore al Qaeda is on its heels, has been decimated” (August 2013). “So, let there be no doubt: The tide of war is receding” (September 2011).

Obama is giving a blind eye to the fact that this war in the Middle East is on going to the fact that they want to kill us Americans. We had a strong hold in Iraq and we should have one in Afghanistan and have respect around the world and at least hold these radicals who want to kill us at bay. We are losing the Middle East and losing to Putin of Russia. Obama surely is not trying very hard to keep the United States as a world power. Yes I know, there are liberals out there who are saying who needs America to be a world power? One thing these clowns don’t understand is that these people who want to kill us that’s the only thing they understand and respect, that is strength and power. Don’t think that the day will not come when there will be more terrorist bombings in our country because this president has caused us to lose respect around the world by allowing terrorists who want to kill us to regroup and has compromised our borders. I am starting to believe who the real enemy of the United States is, he’s sitting in the White House.

“In 1983, President Ronald Reagan said, “If history teaches anything, it teaches that simple-minded appeasement or wishful thinking about our adversaries is folly. It means the betrayal of our past, the squandering of our freedom.” President Obama is on track to securing his legacy as the man who betrayed our past and squandered our freedom.”

10 comments on “Obama Is Putting “We The People” In Continuing Danger

  1. Brittius says:

    Reblogged this on Brittius.

  2. peteybee says:

    didn’t GW say the fighting would be over in a few months and in a few short years Iraq would be a stable Democracy setting a shining example for the region?

    • johnapappas says:

      Isn’t funny how president Bush comes into it, you mean the George Bush who warned if there would be a premature pull out of troops and left unprotected like Obama did for political reasons that Iraq would fall and eventually we would have to go back in which is happening now, is that the George Bush you are talking about?

      • peteybee says:

        I go into a restaurant, kick over some tables, then on my way out say, to the next guy coming in — “be careful, there’s broken glass”. You should be thanking me, right?

        • johnapappas says:

          You know, this Bush thing is getting old. Bush left Iraq where they could get going with our support to an end game but just one fine day Obama for political reasons pulls the plug.

          How you can support a socialist like Obama is beyond me but you sound like a person that Obama can do no wrong. That is your business but Obama is taking America down if you want to see it or not and when the Republicans take over the Congress he will be impeached. I assume your one of those who believe all the scandals are phony. If that is the case will cannot have a meaningful conversation.

  3. peteybee says:

    I am not much of an Obama fan either, he is too conervative for me 🙂

    And yes the Bush thing IS getting old.

    But you know what, it matters. It matters a lot.

    I think both left and right can agree that Iraq is such a major f***-up, with such negative consequences us, our world image, and the entire middle east — that we HAVE to figure out how we came to the decision to go in there in the first place, and make sure that we never make such bad decisions again. Otherwise it is going to get even more “old”.

    I would also say the story that we “almost had it” and just screwed up the endgame … is a myth. We got things to settle down by basically paying off the Sunni tribes. The Shiites’ prize for cooperation was that they got to run the government. This was never going to be a sustainable solution.

    • johnapappas says:

      Our foreign policy is not where it should be and I have given this much thought. I will get away from Iraq for the moment and I will continue to say Obama pulled the plug on all our sacrifices if a person agrees with them or not. You see Democrats are good at that the same way they pulled the plug on Vietnam.

      Here’s what I have given much thought to and that is all future commitments of our armed forces has to be a declaration of war from Congress otherwise you will always have another administration in this case being Obama and undermine everything that was accomplished. A declaration of war I believe would lock in any administration to it’s proper conclusiveness.

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