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Jewish World Review
Oct. 24, 2012/ 8 Mar-Cheshvan, 5773
Obama tries to make his 'apology tour' disappear
We all know about President Obama's odd "bowing movements."
We all know about how he talked about how America used to dictate terms, instead of work with the "community of nations" (oh, how I despise that phrase).
We all know how uncomfortable he is with American exceptionalism--"the British believe in British exceptionalism; the Greeks believe in Greek exceptionalism," etc.
But to listen to the President Monday night, Ronald Reagan had nothing on him. He rode to power as the "anti-Bush," which many of our adversaries around the world took to mean weakness. We see the fruits of our cheering on an Arab Spring and abandoning our ally (but not perfect) ally Hosni Mubarak in Egypt: chaos. America's influence has waned, and China and Russia have been eager to fill the gap.
So while we've taken out top al Qaeda leaders and the president made the right call to kill bin Laden, our overall standing in the world has suffered under President Obama's foreign policy of leading from behind. China is aggressively building its military, but with Obama in charge we are preparing to enact draconian, far-reaching cuts.
Chavez, Castro and Putin are smiling.
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