Apparently, we are facing the same situation. Will Republicans again refuse to vote? If the pain of Obama for the last 4 years, hasn't been enough to soften their stuborness, how about what we are facing with regards to Iran and Israel?
Anybody who has followed the path that Iran is taking know's that Iran will have the bomb. In fact, if they don't have it by the end of Obama's current term, they definitely will have it during the next.
What's worse, a wishy washy Republican or Israel's and possibly our own, destruction?
Stubbornness has it's place. But allowing another Obama term could spell massive doom.
There is no excuse this time. Vote for whatever Republican that is nominated and get Obama out of office!!!
Why Iran Thinks America Won't Attack
Iranian agents have successfully infiltrated American think-tanks, universities, and our political system as part of a plot to keep the United States from attacking the Islamic regime as it continues to expand terrorism worldwide and pursue its nuclear weapons and missile programs.
The infiltration goal is to mold American opinion and create doubt about the advisability of attacking Iran's nuclear facilities -- all part of a longstanding strategy to pull the strings of America and the West.
Iranian leaders first successfully engaged U.S. forces in Iraq at a time when President Bush was in an offensive policy of confronting Islamists after 9/11. The Iranians correctly believed that if America got bogged down in Iraq, it would not want to open another front with Iran before stabilizing Iraq, buying Iran time for nuclear development.
Iran had already infiltrated the Shiite majority in Iraq during the Iran-Iraq War. At that time, I was working as a CIA spy in the Revolutionary Guards and was reporting their activities to America. When the U.S. went to war against Saddam, the Iranians began a campaign of terror in Iraq that not only crippled America financially by stringing out an unfunded war, but killed many U.S. soldiers.
The same infiltration policy was enforced in Afghanistan with the training and arming of Taliban and al-Qaeda fighters against NATO forces.
That strategy kept Iran's rulers out of harm's way, allowed them to pursue their nuclear and missile programs with impunity, and forced America to rethink its involvement in the region. They called their strategy a great victory over the "Great Satan."
Obama is Fooling Lots of People on Israel
Commentary is a wonderful source of information and analysis, and Seth Mandel who is with Commentary is a gifted writer and a great thinker. That's why I was dismayed when I read the title of his article on Thursday: "Obama Still Not Fooling Anyone on Israel." That is absolutely not true.
After reading the article, I wondered how someone could choose such an inaccurate title. As usual, Mandel's analysis and conclusions are impeccable:
Under the previous two administrations-one Democratic, one Republican-the Israeli right, left, and center have all signed agreements, made final-status offers, or led Israel to make unprecedented sacrifices for the peace process. As Yossi Klein Halevi wrote recently: "Israelis still recall with disbelief how Obama refused to honor Bush's written commitment to Ariel Sharon-that the U.S. would support settlement blocs being incorporated into Israel proper. And never has an American president treated an Israeli prime minister with such shabbiness as Obama has treated Netanyahu. Indeed one gets the impression that of all the world's leaders, Obama most detests the prime minister of Israel."