Monday, November 11, 2013

A Nuclear Iran and Obamacare

I hate to keep harping on President Obama’s failures and incompetence, but it’s an elephant in the room.   I tried to stop months ago, but it is impossible.

The question now is, will President Obama’s legacy be that he destroyed the American healthcare system while simultaneously enabling Iran to possess nuclear weapons.

It appears that the French have, at least for a time, stopped an agreement with Iran that appears to be the definition of foolhardiness, but that won’t last long.  Israel has been abandoned by Obama, and is drawing support from, incredibly, the Sunni nations like Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Jordan, who also fear a nuclear-armed Iran.

A nuclear-armed Iran will not only threaten the Middle East, but will be able to blackmail many European countries (especially since Obama cancelled the missile defense system scheduled for installation in Poland and the Czech Republic).  And one day they may come for us, if they haven’t already drawn us into mortal danger.

Obama has already botched our relations with Saudi Arabia, Israel, Egypt, Poland and the Czech Republic; he has screwed up royally in Iraq (throwing away all that was gained by our blood and treasure), Libya (Benghazi) and in Syria (where Assad is now in firm control).

How could anyone do this much harm to America’s interests?  We can not trust this man with anything.
Daily Star  November 11, 2013 (Excerpt)
DUBAI: Tension between Sunni and Shiite Muslims is the biggest threat to world security, Iran's foreign minister said in comments published on Monday, accusing Sunni Arab countries of "fanning the flames" of sectarian conflict.
The increasingly sectarian civil war in Syria has drawn in regional powers with Shiite Iran backing President Bashar Assad and Sunni Gulf Arab states and mainly Sunni Turkey helping the rebels. The conflict threatens to spill over into countries split between Sunnis and Shiites such as Lebanon and Iraq.
The sectarian tension is "the most serious security threat not only to the region but to the world at large", Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif told the BBC.
"I think we need to come to understand that a sectarian divide in the Islamic world is a threat to all of us."

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