Barack Obama has become Putin’s b*tch

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Right now Obama is Putin’s bitch.

Today Vladimir Putin is the strongest leader and the most powerful man in the world. Barack Obama has capitulated to Iran. World wide, he’s done. He’s left the building. He’s running out the clock. And he’s getting his ass kicked everywhere.

American adversaries sense Obama’s weakness and are flexing their muscles. Look at the headlines

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Obama: Submission Accomplished

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Flopping Aces

Dhimmitude is the surrendering to and appeasing of Muslims. It is now the official foreign policy of Barack Obama. Obama is unable to use the terms Islamic and terrorism or extremism in the same sentence. It’s frustrating both the right and the left.

“The idea that you’re tying outreach to terrorist activity is both offensive to the community and specious from a counterterrorism research perspective,” said Mike German of the Brennan Center for Justice at New York University School of Law.

Obama had no problem calling Americans “enemies” of the state. He had no problem labeling returning American vets as “terrorist threats.” He called the right “domestic terrorists.”

Obama didn’t hesitate to bring up the Crusades, albeit wrongly. In so doing, Obama mindlessly argued that Islam was a religion eight hundred years behind civilization. Obama asserted that slavery and segregation were Christian traditions and even managed to offend India.

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Obama’s Dangerous Narcissism

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Independent Sentinel

Barack Obama won’t listen to anyone and as the world falls into chaos and disorder, he can’t see reality because he is a narcissist who only cares about fundamentally transforming the United States.

Obama has half the nation on government entitlements/subsidies/payouts and has successfully divided us into a nation of takers and givers. He is making us into his image of himself and his ideology.

 

He has created a welfare state whose sole purpose is to forge a majority political coalition wedded to the Democratic Party. His open borders policy has the same goal.

He has divided and paid off innumerable constituencies.

The stimulus; the health care overhaul; the redirecting of financial resources to the inner cities; the explosion in the number of Americans on food stamps and welfare; the massive spending increases in public education, infrastructure and agriculture; the green-energy boondoggles; the bailouts of the auto industry; the contraceptive mandate; the federal funding of abortion; support for homosexual “marriage”; and pushing amnesty for illegal aliens — all of these measures directly bought off key liberal constituencies, such as unions, public-sector workers, environmentalists, Native-Americans, blacks, Hispanics, feminists and the homosexual community.

He gave a ‘public service message’ during the Grammys the other day and falsely claimed one in five women in the U.S. are raped or have been almost raped, whatever that means. We can only conclude that men are hopeless beasts. It’s just another way he divides Americans.

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Wow!… White House: We’re Not Indecisive – We’re Practicing “Strategic Patience” (What a Crock)

Gateway Pundit

Just when you thought you’d heard it all…
The Obama White House insists they’re not indecisive or lazy-
They’re practicing “Strategic Patience” by leading from behind.

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Via Ben Shapiro

Today Strategic Patience brought us news of the death of American ISIS hostage Kayla Mueller.

More BS from the Worst President Ever.
Foreign Policy reported:

This story has been updated with details from the White House strategy document.

Critics of President Barack Obama’s foreign policy have for years assailed his administration for responding too slowly to crises ranging from Syria to Russia. In a far-reaching blueprint released Friday that outlines the administration’s worldview, the White House insisted the United States is leading the global effort to confront challenges in a deliberate manner described as “strategic patience.”

The National Security Strategy, required by U.S. law, is intended to set the direction for the administration and communicate American intent to lawmakers, the public, and the world. It is Obama’s second such strategy, and likely last, before he leaves office in early 2017.

It aims to rebut criticism that he has consistently waited too long to respond to challenges like the rise of the Islamic State and Moscow’s military aggression in Ukraine, allowing the problems to worsen while his administration debated ways to act. And it represents a defiant defense of Obama’s leadership.

A White House summary of the strategy, released in tandem with the overall plan, repeatedly highlights the administration’s intent to lead — in partnerships, with military power, and “with a long-term perspective, influencing the trajectory of major shifts in the security landscape today in order to secure our national interests in the future.” That is a clear pushback to lawmakers, policy experts, and prominent U.S. journalists who have lambasted the White House for “leading from behind” — a catchphrase that the administration itself once used to describe the U.S. role in a 2011 coalition bombing campaign in Libya, but has since become shorthand for being too passive in global crises.

Friday’s strategy essentially is the written product of what the White House has all along argued is in the U.S.’ best interests: Carefully constructed security plans that consider all options before getting ensnared in risky and potentially open-ended conflicts. It makes the case for Obama as a prudent president who was ever mindful of possible future risks rather than an overly cautious one unwilling to act aggressively in the nation’s defense.

Obama introduces the new strategy by arguing that although the United States remains the strongest global military and economic power its influence is not without limits.

The United States should not “attempt to dictate the trajectory of all unfolding events around the world,” Obama wrote. “As powerful as we are and will remain, our resources and influence are not infinite.” Further, the president wrote, “the challenges we face require strategic patience and persistence.”

Obama just made Jimmy Carter’s famous Malaise Speech his official foreign policy.

Caving to Cuba no victory

Family Security Matters

Whoa! Sure, we should be thrilled the Cubans have released American Alan Gross, but Team Obama’s plan to normalize diplomatic relations with the Castro regime as a result is a bad idea.

At best.

First, it’s not as if this were some sort of humanitarian gesture on the part of the Cubans. They got three DGI – Cuban intelligence – officers in return for Gross and another unidentified Cuban who reportedly spied for the United States.

Plus, while the regime released Gross and another, Cuba is still a prison in the shape of an island where some 11 million Cubans toil under the weight of one of the world’s most repressive regimes – and have done so for decades.

With all the discussion of “American values” recently over the Senate report on CIA interrogations after 9/11, it’s interesting we’d embrace Cuba, a communist dictatorship which suppresses social, political and economic liberties.

Where are the American values in that?

Moreover, the establishment of diplomatic relations legitimizes the Castros and their “storied” struggle against us. The last thing we should do is prop up this regime or give it a propaganda victory.

Worse, this might also be just the beginning of a warming in relations with the Castros for this White House.

For instance, ending the American embargo on the Cuban regime – which would require congressional approval – might be next. This will put more money in the pockets of Havana, which will undoubtedly use it to crush rights at home and stir up anti-American trouble abroad.

Have we already forgotten Cuban mischief-making in this hemisphere – and beyond – when Havana was flush with Moscow’s financial, military and moral support during the Cold War?

Of course, we shouldn’t be surprised by this move by Team Obama, which is likely looking to Cuba for an “at last” foreign policy win in a long string of failing strategies from Russia to Iran to the Islamic State.

Unfortunately, caving to Cuba won’t be one.

Syrians To Ukrainians: Don’t Listen To Obama When He Says He’s Going To Help You…

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Weasel Zippers

Wait, so they think Obama is full of sh*t?

KIEV, Ukraine — Some Syrians have a simple message for Ukrainians waiting for a response from the U.S. and the West as the crisis in Crimea unfolds: Don’t get your hopes up.

The Syrian uprising grinds into its third year this month, and many in the opposition see a long string of broken promises from an international community that voiced support for their fight to overthrow their Russia-backed president, Bashar al-Assad.

With Russia now sending its forces to the Ukrainian region of Crimea, and with worries that it might invade the mainland, western leaders have been swift with recriminations. President Barack Obama warned Russia on Friday that there would be “costs” for its aggression.

But Syrian rebels and activists reiterated one piece of advice for the Ukrainians whose protest movement toppled the country’s president, a Russian ally, last week. “Make sure that you achieve whatever you’re aiming for with your own hands,” Abdullah Ismail, a rebel coordinator based on the Turkish border, told BuzzFeed. “That’s the only way to avoid relying on promises.”

“Ukrainians must believe only in themselves,” said Barzan Iso, a Syrian-Kurdish journalist and activist.

The Syrian opposition had long held out hope for significant U.S. support for their uprising, from heavy weapons and surface-to-air missiles to a no-fly zone. They argued that Assad’s main allies — Russia and Iran — had been steadfast in boosting his regime with arms and money, and in the latter case, with boots on the ground.

Many Syrians were deeply disappointed when Obama failed to enforce his famous “red line” on the Assad regime’s use of chemical weapons with air strikes — opting instead for a Moscow-initiated deal for the regime to give up its stockpile of chemical arms. “Do not develop strategies that are based on any assumption that the U.S. or EU will demonstrate assertive leadership to deter Russian aggression,” said Amr al-Azm, a U.S.-based member of the Syrian opposition and a professor at Shawnee State University.

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