Obama the Appeaser

Although President Obama is not the Neville Chamberlain of the 21st century, he is rapidly moving in that direction.  He is much too accommodating towards the U.S. 's adversaries.  American Thinker asked some national security experts how they would characterize the President's recent foreign policy towards North Korea, Iran, Egypt, Afghanistan, and Russia. The unanimous answer; he showed weakness, not strength. A few weeks ago North Korea and the US appeared to have come to an agreement to exchange food for nuclear concessions.  The problem is that the agreement was made without the requirement that the North Koreans eliminate rather than suspend their program.  Negotiations with the Koreans have occurred over the last two decades, starting with the Clinton Administration's deal in 1994.  Former Congressman and ranking member of the Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, Pete Hoekstra (R-MI), who is currently running for the Senate, does not want to give...(Read Full Article)

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