B. Hussein Obama on terrorists

IHT - Senator Barack Obama on Friday criticized Senator John McCain, his potential rival for the presidency, and President George W. Bush for what he called "dishonest and divisive" attacks in hinting that he would appease terrorists. Obama responded strongly Friday to the comments Bush made in Israel on Thursday and to McCain's subsequent words. At a town hall meeting here, Obama said: "That's the kind of hypocrisy that we've been seeing in our foreign policy, the kind of fear-peddling, fear-mongering that has prevented us from actually making us safer."
So B. Hussein Obama is saying that the current administration's policy is not making America any safer and he is very angry that they are saying he will appease terrorists. One could argue that a terrorist, Jew-hating organisation of slimeballs like Hamas wouldn't have endorsed B. Hussein Obama because he was going to ground them into the dirt and tear them limb from limb, but apparently that's just not valid. Then B. Hussein Obama proceeds to shoot himself in the foot.
Obama said McCain had a "naïve and irresponsible belief that tough talk from Washington will somehow cause Iran to give up its nuclear program and support for terrorism."
So the current administration's policy of 'tough talk' is naive and irresponsible and will not work, so will soft talk work then? He doesn't say, only that he is not soft on terrorists and so I'm assuming, he won't soft talk to them. Maybe he has a different brand of tough talk and this rather unique brand will work, sure. It's a good thing for B. Hussein that liberals aren't very clever and blindly follow their sweet-sounding leaders. Image from Terra.com

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