Friday, September 18, 2009

President Obama dumps Poland and Czechoslovakia, who is next?

September 17th was the 70th anniversary of the Soviet (commie) invasion of Poland, 17 days after the Nazi invasion of the same country. To commemorate this horrific President Obama decided to announce the United States is abandoning an agreement with Poland and Czechoslovakia to provide land base anti missile defense in those two nations. This resulted in the abandonment of Eastern Europe to another round of belligerent and hostile behavior by the bear in the East.
The Obama administration said instead the protection will be provided via ship based anti missile system. A system not as thorough as the land base system. The land base system was an irritant to the Russians. Why would the Russians object to an anti-missile system if they have not hostile intend towards the nations to their West, Eastern Europe? For this abandonment the Obama administration got nothing in return from the Russians. Well at least at the time of this writing none has surfaced.

Now that Europe has been abandoned by the USA, it should serve as a warning to our allies in other parts of the world. Such as New Zealand, South Korea, Japan, the Philippines, and Australia. They may want to consider establishing a stronger military to fill in the gap left by the Democratic administration in Washington, DC. See the Democrats loathe military (Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force, Coast Guard, and Boy Scouts [added as a joke as the Boys Scouts are not military]). The Democrats are weak on defense, and national security. The Democrats are strong on socialism, love of commies and taxes.

The Obama administration refused to allow Honduran president Roberto Micheletti a visa to enter the USA for a United Nations (UN) event. While approving visas for noted communist, Hugo Chavez of Venezuela, Daniel Ortega of Nicaragua, and disposed president of Honduras, commie Manuel Zelaya. If the Obama team could, bet is they would resurrect Che Guevara and Ho Chi Minh to grant them visas.

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