Obamas’ Christmas Message Touts Administration’s Foreign Policy
Obama’s foreign policy is one of fly by the seat of your pants and bow down.
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On Christmas Day, the White House released a joint Christmas message from President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama.
Obama and his wife thanked the troops and touted the Obama foreign policy record of bringing troops back to the United States from Iraq and Afghanistan, with Obama concluding: “In fact, with the Iraq war over and the transition in Afghanistan, fewer of our men and women in uniform are deployed in harm’s way than at any time in the last decade.” Michelle finished, “And that’s something we all can be thankful for.” (In his own Christmas message, the Pope lamented the continuing state of violence in Iraq.)
The Obamas turned to encouraging Americans to volunteer. Michelle stated, “now it’s our turn to serve – it’s our turn to step up and show our gratitude for the military families who have given us so much. And that’s why Jill Biden and I started our Joining Forces initiative – to rally all Americans to support our military families in ways large and small.”