In his March 25 column “Obama’s ideological holiday in Havana,” Charles Krauthammer shined a spotlight on President Obama’s feelings about terrorism.
Krauthammer commented that Obama is “unmoved by a menace” that everyone else views with horror. Apparently, while the rest of the world was out fighting terrorism, Obama was spending his time working on a plan to shut down Guantanamo, negotiating a nuclear deal with Iran, “romancing” Cuba and, perhaps most shocking of all, joining with other countries to try to slow global warming.
Krauthammer ended with the scary prediction that Obama might next try to “eliminate nuclear materials.”
Had I known that Obama was unmoved by terrorism, I never would have voted for him, twice. I really should have done more research before I voted for Obama, but ...
Wait! This just in: The second in command of ISIS was killed recently by American Special Operation forces in Syria. Apparently, this action was part of a month-long campaign by the Obama administration.
Could it be that Obama has a reasoned plan for dealing with terrorism that is less militant than that desired by Krauthammer? Perhaps Krauthammer should have read up on Obama’s policies for dealing with terrorism instead of imagining what the president was feeling.