Obviously the world is a messy place. But what stresses American policymakers? It’s not the problem of defending the U.S. No other country has a conventional capability to reach America. Thus, America's national security team need not worry about the sort of potential threats facing virtually every other nation.
For once the buck has to stop on Obama’s desk and he must take responsibility for the success or failure of the bombing campaign he initiated and over which, according to multiple reports, he exercises “a high degree of personal control.”
Ted Cruz responded to Reid’s allegations that R's were using the Bergdahl trade as a political ploy. Cruz says he's heard that Obama may release another terrorist. He'll file legislation to stop the release of any GITMO terrorists until the Bergdahl transfer truth is discovered.
Susan Rice's "best information" has gotten better.
It took sixty-nine years to build America into the world's only superpower; it has taken Obama less than six to flippantly throwaway America’s national influence and unilaterally disarm America through a conscious and treasonous hollowing-out of America’s military capability. Sign and share the petition to impeach Barack Obama.
Nat'l Security Adviser Susan Rice insisted she used “the best information we had at the time” when she described the deadly Benghazi attack as a spontaneous protest in '12, but even GOP-E Sen. John McCain wasn’t buying it.
Susan Rice, Obama's National Security Advisor, showed a stunning ability to ignore facts and parrot O's liberal talking points in a recent interview.
Sarah Palin’s commentary on Obama's choice of Samantha Power as our next Ambassador to the U.N. is a good heads-up for Tea Party and limited-government constitutional conservatives to pay attention to Power’s Senate confirmation hearings, and – unless we want to be screwed on that one too – to let their Senators know they oppose a person with her views and record representing America before the United Nations.