We are all sorry for your foreign policy, Mr Obama (but only for that)

Let me react to President Obama’s response to Governor Romney’s criticism of APOLOGY of US Embassy in Egypt over allegedly anti-Islamic low-budget US movie that sparked a chain of brutal protests across the Middle East and Northern Africa so far resulting in the death of US Ambassador to Libya.  In an interview aired on Wednesday evening on 60 Minutes Mr President said:  “In an effort to cool the situation down, it didn’t come from me, it didn’t come from Secretary Clinton. It came from people on the ground who are potentially in danger,” Obama said. “And my tendency is to cut folks a little bit of slack when they’re in that circumstance, rather than try to question their judgment from the comfort of a campaign office.”

No Mr President. It came directly from you and your Secretary Clinton. From your weak leadership from behind; from your, now infamous, Cairo speech; from your restart button with Russia; from your ‘more flexibility’ with Vladimir after the election; from your return of the Churchill bust to the UK embassy; from your inaction on Iran nuclear bomb; from your unwillingness to support your closest allies like Israel or Poland; from your hate for Western ‘imperialism’ and your constant need to say sorry for everything Americans and Western Civilisation have achieved over the centuries.

I wonder, isn’t the whole thing only a reflection of ‘rightful anger’ over your ‘evil policy’ of using drones and killing the martyr Osama Bin Laden??? You like to brag about that. Perhaps if there is a second term for you, Mr President, you would say ‘sorry’ for that as well. And ‘restart ‘relationships with Al-Qaeda and Haqqani network  …. After all, the restart with Taliban in Afghanistan is already on the cards.

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