The Democrat Party’s Ironic Foreign Policy

Led by the feckless President Obama, for the past eight years the Democrats’ foreign policy of “lead from behind,”  has caused America to lose respect in the world, not just from our friends but from our enemies, who don’t fear us the way they have in the past. This is especially true in the Middle East where this president has been capitulating to terrorist entities and their supporter his entire time in the Oval Office.


Perhaps because this feckless president and his IQ-starved secretary of state have been relying too much on what they thought was a crack team of Middle-East policy advisors.

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But in the past two weeks, the Democrats’ foreign policy in the Middle East, led by President Obama and secretary of state John (why the long face?) Kerry has gone from “bad” to “worse”, to “not only lousy but ironic.” They decided to screw the Jewish State of Israel just one more time before (thank God) they are sent into retirement.  For example,  it was rumored that Kerry was looking to impose a peace solution on Israel, but Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov told Kerry that his country would not support such an action. Imagine that–Russia, the country that’s so anti-Semitic that over 2 million Jews left between 1970 and 2010. Russia, a dictatorship protecting a democracy from the U.S.


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