Saturday, February 21, 2015
I don't know if I would agree with the former mayor's assessment of Obama, but I have noticed
his tendency to not to assert the level
Of course there is also his blatant lying to the American People about the costs and affects of Obamacare, or his repeated and gross miscalculation of events in Iraq and Afghanistan, while hard selling an invasion of Syria to a reluctant American Public. Ultimately, he called for a reduction of US military strength to pre-World War II levels (yes, you read that right-pre WWII levels, when we were considered woefully unprepared even by those standards), and we still have no coherent plan for dealing with the Middle East, except if you want calling the terrorists everything but what they actually are and downplaying their threats a plan. At the same time, his repeated violations of his Constitutional authority when it comes to granting amnesty or his gutting much of the enforcement power of our border agents and ICE regarding illegal immigration.
Who can forget his ordering of then US Attorney General Eric Holder's office to sue the State of Arizona for enforcing existing US
So, back to the top---I don't know if I would fully agree with Mayor Giuliani's assessment that President Obama doesn't "love America" as perhaps he thinks he should. I think Obama does, in his own way, love America. The trouble, however, is that his America is not ours.
Rudy Giuliani: Obama 'Doesn't Love' America
Rudy Giuliani: I Received Death Threats In Wake of Obama Comment
How Unequal We are