Obama’s Foreign Policy Blunders to Explode

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  1. Unclebuck says:

    “This is a policy fraught with unintended future consequences (none of them good).” Which is exactly what Obozo wanted.” O is aiming at America’s demise. He does not commit bloopers.
    They are on purpose.


    Pat Hickham Reply:

    not too bright are you


  2. Pat Hickham says:

    Obama is not the reason we have problems in middle east, Iran and Russia. What is the most common denominator here? US & UK play double standards when it comes to helping Israel against the Arab countries and expect everyone to play dead. No wonder everyone is worked up to stand up against america. As long as people like you keep backing up injustices and lie to the world, there will always be war and you can blame it on the whoever the current president is (most likely only a democratic president when it comes to you).
    Floyd, you have to get your head out of your a$$ and start solving problems, not creating new ones. Wasn’t it the Reagan who pushed to support the Taliban against the Russians? Wasn’t it Reagan who helped Saddam beat up on Iran? Who provided all those F16 and stingers to Pakistan? Did you forget your history? Or do you think people are just blind to those mistakes and the world is ready to forget and forgive? Who is the only nation that has used a nuke against another country and killed over 100k people? Let me guess, you were bullied in school and you just don’t know how else to take it out on others.
    I can’t believe Floyd Brown is still working here … I thought this idiot would have been gone by now …


  3. Jamre says:

    This is false, the sources you use are not legitimate.


  4. Robert says:

    The White House’s betrayal of US allies in eastern and central Europe by reneging on the deal to establish Third Site missile defences sent a clear signal that Washington was more concerned about appeasing Moscow than defending its friends. It symbolized all that is wrong with Obama’s foreign policy – including the willingness to curry favour with brutal enemies while giving the boot to some of America’s closest partners.


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