Tonight is the third and final presidential debate between incumbent President Barack Hussein Obama (mmm… mmm… mmm…) and challenger Mitt Romney (who doesn’t get any such catchy jingle designed to indoctrinate school children).
And it’s about foreign policy.
Now I could write an extensive blog post about just how far we’ve fallen in our standing in the world. I could detail how, under President Obama, we’ve repeatedly insulted and even intentionally humiliated out allies – from England to Israel to Germany – and coddled our enemies.
I could remind America – as if it’s not still fairly fresh in our minds – that our Libyan ambassador, J. Christopher Stevens, and three other Americans were brutally murdered by terrorists… or that there’s been an increasing number of turncoat attacks by Afghani soldiers and policemen on U.S. troops, their supposed allies… or that since Obama took office, we’ve had a number of terrorist and attempted terrorist attacks inside our own borders.
I could also point out how President Obama has bowed to foreign leader after foreign leader after foreign leader – both literally and figuratively – blatantly demeaning himself, the office he holds and America in general.
But because of the mountain of evidence available proving him an utter failure at foreign policy, it would unfortunately take far too much time to provide supporting links. (Though if you can’t come up with easy examples on your own, try hitting up Google or Bing and see for yourself.)
So I’ll just sum it up a different way.
This is all that needs to be said concerning Obama’s ability to handle this nation on an internal or external level...
Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez, Russia’s Vladimir Putin, and Cuba’s Raul Castro (or at least his daughter) – all human rights-violating dictators in their own ways – supporthis reelection.
All three governments hate America. All three willingly ally with American-hating, freedom-despising countries like Iran. And yet all three are rooting for Obama to continue on as President of the United States.
Need I say more?