The chaos and carnage Obama’s obsequious appeasement policy has predictably brought to the Middle East is a bizarre source of pride for the Administration:
“We are happy to debate — and there is certainly ample time and appropriate time to debate foreign policy approaches, this president’s record on foreign policy,” [White House spokesweenie Jay] Carney told reporters during the press briefing when asked if the attacks stemmed from “perceived American weakness” that stems from Obama’s leadership. “We’re very proud of the president’s record on foreign policy and are happy to make the case at the appropriate time.”
Al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri on Thursday released an audio recording hailing the “blessed” September 11 terror attacks as “the greatest blow” America had ever suffered. He also asserted an Islamic duty to “liberate” every inch of Muslim lands, and called upon Muslims to “purify” their countries of corrupt leaders during what he termed a period of “American weakness.”
The period of American weakness would be the period during which we find ourselves ruled by an anti-American Islamophile who sides with the enemy.
Having brought America down a few notches in the world’s esteem, the Moonbat Messiah puffs his sunken chest in pride at his accomplishment:
President Obama has said that elevating the image of the United States around the world was one of his proudest foreign policy accomplishments, but those remarks could boomerang and hamper his reelection bid.
The violence and anti-American protests throughout the Middle East are bringing fresh attacks on the president’s foreign policies as Muslim rage is intensifying in the region.
The protests that have spread could undercut one of the key tenets of Obama’s foreign policy argument that he has restored the U.S. image in the Middle East.
In February, Obama said, “One of the proudest things of my three years in office is helping to restore a sense of respect for America around the world, a belief that we are not just defined by the size of our military.”
Three years ago in Cairo, Obama stressed his leadership would be dramatically different than former President George W. Bush’s: “I have come here to seek a new beginning between the United States and Muslims around the world; one based upon mutual interest and mutual respect; and one based upon the truth that America and Islam are not exclusive, and need not be in competition.”
To the surprise only of drooling idiots, this “elevated image” of America as a country that no longer has the character to stand up for its interests and values resulted not in respect but contempt, which resulted in turn in our ambassador sodomized and murdered by the Muslim savages our moonbat ruling class reveres.
Astoundingly, some in the media are trying to spin the spectacular collapse of Obama’s foreign policy as a boost for his campaign. If the dumbing down of America has reached the point where this works, then Barry is the best leadership we can expect.