Other than Cuba and Iran, I can't think of a single country, friend or foe, that is closer to America now than when Obama took over.
He’s been obsequious to every tyrant from Venezuela to Saudi Arabia, and pushed friends like Israel away.
We had to see that coming, though. Our first clue about what Obama had in mind came during his first major foreign policy speech in Cairo, Egypt.
According to sharia law, Obama was born a Muslim because his father was a Muslim. Obama says he later became a Christian, which some people doubt. But regardless, that day in Cairo he wanted every Muslim to know he was one of them.
Then Obama told NATO allies that he was sick of this whole “leader of the free world” thing.
Foreign policy bored Obama; or it frustrated him. Every success in his life had been through affirmative action, or through speeches that gave Americans a tingle in their leg. But none of that seemed to work in foreign affairs.
His love letter in Cairo didn’t work. His withdrawal of American troops didn’t work.
There's still a year to go with Obama as president. I hope a Republican will win. And I think one will win, too.
To me, the only question left is: in Obama’s last year, will he ignore foreign affairs, and just go golfing?
Or will he have one, last push — against Israel maybe? A Palestinian state? Something to win another Nobel Prize for?
My guest tonight is Daniel Pipes of the Middle East Forum. We examine Obama's foreign policy legacy and other concerning world events, like showdown between Turkey and Russia.
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