Monday, April 27, 2015

GW Bush Criticizes Obama On Foreign Policy

President George W Bush, who has been constantly attacked by Obamanistas, including Pinocchio Obama himself for the past 6 years, while he remained silent, has finally come out and criticized Obama's Middle East Policy and the deal with Iran to prevent them from developing nuclear weapons, in a closed door meeting with a Jewish Group in Las Vegas.  This is significant because GW Bush has gone out of his way not to criticize Obama; but the Middle East is such a mess today and the deal with Iran so bad that Bush finally broke his silence. 

This Blogger has been saying for several years that Obama is a clear and present danger to our people and nation as bad as any foreign enemy we have ever faced.  While I have fallen short of calling Obama a traitor, the fact is that Obama is clearly naive and incompetent, not only in relation to his economic policies; but particularly in his dealing with our enemies and other countries.  The Obama deal with Iran is actually a 10 year path to them having not only nuclear weapons; but the inter continental missile delivery system that would allow them to attack Israel, Western Europe and even the United States. 

In a De Ja Vue moment on the TV show Madam Secretary, emulating real life, the fictitious President of the United States has the dictator President of Iran to the White House to sign the nuclear arms deal on the same day the Iranians are executing a Gay Iranian citizen by stoning.   There is a clear struggle in discussions at the State Department about doing business with Iran, a Terrorist nation that can't be trusted.  There is even a rogue CIA agent involved in a plot to kill the Iranian President, while he is in Washington that is foiled by the FBI.  The episode ends with Madam Secretary, the fictitious Secretary of State wondering if the agreement with Iran was a good idea.  Clearly, Iran will have nuclear weapons as a result of the Obama/Kerry deal with Iran.  Then what??

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