I have a lot of respect for David Horowitz, but I have yet to see B Hussein Obama make a right choice on just about anything since January 20th, from cabinet member selection to Guantanamo to missile defense to protocol with respect to visiting heads of state to all his moves regarding the economy....
In Afghanistan and Iraq he is essentially following the Bush policies. In Afghanistan I think he’s escalating the war beyond what Bush had planned.
I’m happy with those policies, although I’m not with most of them.
No, we do not need to do any such thing.
Fat chance of us being presented with any such dilemma - other than his radical full speed dismantling of the American free market system.
However, I wholeheartedly support his resignation.
As we move forward, Obama faces increasingly tough choices in the wars against Islamic fascism in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Gaza and Iran. Hopefully, he will make the right choices, and should he do so conservatives will need to be there to support him. If he makes the wrong choices, conservatives will need to be there to oppose him. But neither our support nor our opposition should be based on hysterical responses to policies that we just don’t like. Lets leave that kind of behavior to the liberals who invented it.
This is the best part of the entire article. We need to support him when he is right, which hasn’t happened yet. And we need to oppose him when he is wrong, just like we should do to ALL politicians. But we need to do it without the behavior of the left.
We can’t act like them if we are trying to defeat them.