His Muslim persuasion convinced him that the Middle East would be a peaceful place if he diminished the impact of the United States and Israel. He concluded that it was the United States and Israel that were the elements of destruction and disagreement as were anybody that supported these elements such as Mubarak. Obama went about putting his ideal into place with every opportunity he had. When failures appeared like Benghazi and Iraq, he lied again. He blamed everybody else again. The problems continue to get worse.
He made our Southern border and our immigration policy even more haphazard then they were. His philosophy of Marxism says borders hinder the freedom of the worker and should exist in name only. Our border with Mexico no longer exists and the very elements of the radical Muslims he helped bring into power have a free entrance to bring havoc and destruction to our homeland.
He and Marx believe the military is evil and should be systematically dismantled primarily by underfunding it. He has followed the teachings of Marx on underfunding the military and purging the officer core. Now that we face a very real and serious threat that Obama has created, we will do so with a military limited by Obama’s policies and his naive attitude that you can negotiate with radicals and religious zealots.
How will Obama react to this very real threat? If we have learned one thing, we have learned you cannot believe anything Obama says. His message will be based on what is calculated to be the best response for the mid-terms in less than two months. No real action will be taken in that time frame, and after the elections he will resort to his true self, a hater of the United States and our freedom and prosperity. He will again implement the policies he has followed the last almost six years which is to fundamentally transform the United States into a totalitarian state with a Marxist society, or weaken the United States militarily and economically so we are no longer the evil empire Obama, Jarrett, Axelrod, Ayers, Jeremiah Wright, and Ward Churchill perceive us to be.