Not Obama’s words but:
We should seek by all means in our power to avoid war, by analyzing possible causes, by trying to remove them, by discussion in a spirit of collaboration and good will. — Neville Chamberlain
Obama has not come to terms with the idea that others do not want to discuss, or that others do not want peace. In fact, both are antithetical to their Islamist plans.He has so much in common with Chamberlain it is uncanny. No one can deter him.
In all the world, we are the one country with the know how and means to fight the Islamic terrorism. No other country is equipped or has the experience, good or bad, to do it.
But we have an administration that just wants to confuse and dilute all that into a P/C stew. Rather than applying our expertise, experience and might, we have confused and deterred our objectives. We don’t even call it what it is: Islamic driven terrorism.
Obama’s half-hearted if deceitful efforts to oppose something aimed at the foundation of freedom is a distant objective. He’s busy laying his “foundation” on sand. (shifting sand at that)
No, we didn’t build that. When did we become apologists for our enemies? We were somehow able to call communism what it is, fascism what it is, and Nazis what they were. Why should this be different?
But at the same time, WH chief of staff Denis McConough bravely used the first name of a hostage in Syria ISIS has been holding since 2013, after her family asked them not to. Last year the WH outed the CIA station chief in Afghanistan. But using appropriate names or labels for terrorists is a problem and forbidden by the WH. They use names and labels freely when they want.
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