Osama bin Laden has mocked President Barack Obama as unable to finish off the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq and called him a pawn in the hands of American neoconservatives. Read More
Eastern Europe not feeling the love from Obama
Czechs feel betrayed, Poles irked, Romanians slighted. Ask them who’s to blame, and the answer may come as a surprise: President Barack Obama.
And there could be consequences, warned Bartosz Weglarczyk, a columnist for the Gazeta Wyborcza newspaper.
“I have no doubt that under the new administration, Washington has neglected relations with Poland and with Central Europe as a whole. Some say, and I count myself among them, that it is a mistake and that one day Washington may pay dearly for it,” he said. Read More
Obama is between a rock and a hard spot. He promised the far left liberals to end the war in Iraq and to go after Osama bin Laden. Now he has done nothing that he promise his base. We have to win the war in Afghanistan or it will send a message to the rest of the World that America is weak and no will power to win. The question is will Obama go against his far left liberal base or move to the center and win this war in Afghanistan and go after Osama bin Laden? Will Obama put politics above all else?