November 27, 2011

America Will Regret Mideast Appeasement

Caroline Glick, Jerusalem Post

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The lion's share of responsibility for this dismal state of affairs lies with former president Bush and his administration. While the Left didn't want to fight or defeat the forces of radical Islam after September 11, the majority of Americans did. And by catering to the Left and refusing to identify the enemy, Bush adopted war-fighting tactics that discredited the war effort and demoralized and divided the American public, thus paving the way for Obama to be elected while running on a radical anti-war platform of retreat and appeasement.

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TAGGED: Iraq, Egypt, Turkey, Iran, Libya, Israel, George W. Bush, Barack Obama, United States

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