The Obama Foreign Policy Disaster
Obama has been a fool on the foreign stage.
Check it out:
There you have it, Vladimir Putin’s post-Olympic games statement to the United States and our own Dear Leader. Samantha Power. if I’m talking about Susan Rice, I’ve gotta mention Samantha Power. Samantha Power is our UN ambassador. Now, if you may not know who she is. If you were watching the State of the Union show, you may remember this. Every so often, the camera cut to people in the House chamber watching the State of the Coup speech.
And every so often, the camera hit on a redheaded, really freckle-faced woman who appeared to be in absolute agony and pain. That was her. That was Samantha Power. She was not in agony or pain. She was in full, total groupie adulation for what she was hearing from Barack Obama. She is the wife of Cass Sunstein. She is all-in, in terms of extreme liberalism.
She’s also a full-fledged (as many liberals are), absolute idiot. She delivered the Daniel Pearl lecture at UCLA, and she met with Daniel Pearl’s parents. You remember Daniel Pearl. Daniel Pearl, a Wall Street Journal reporter who was en route to a meeting, an interview with an Al-Qaeda leader, somebody in Pakistan. He was kidnapped on the way to that meeting, and Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the mastermind of 911, killed him.
KSM is currently down at Club Gitmo. We have a song he sings, New York, New York, when the trial was going to be here. He was longing for the day he might end up being a cabdriver in New York when he gets out of Club Gitmo. He beheaded Daniel Pearl, on video, which was seen by anybody who wanted to watch it. It was grotesque. It was not password protected.
Anybody who wanted to watch the video of Daniel Pearl being beheaded online could. So she is the UN ambassador. She went out to UCLA and did the Daniel Pearl lecture and met with his parents. Afterwards, this is what she tweeted, and I defy anybody to decipher it. Not even I can translate this. Are you ready? Dadelut dadelut dadelut! Here is her tweet: “Daniel Pearl’s story is reminder that individual accountability & reconciliation are required to break cycles of violence.”
That is gobbledygook.