Obama’s Foreign Policy: Keep drawing lines in the sand and hope

For those of you who don’t know, Rex Ryan is the Head Coach for the New York Jets football team.

Rex Ryan LOVES to talk a big game.

So much so, he guaranteed a Super Bowl victory THREE TIMES in three successive seasons before said seasons even started.  Not only did he not win a Super Bowl, but his team never even MADE the game.

It seems like Obama has followed Rex Ryan’s lead and has decided to just continually spout off with diarrhea of the mouth and not actually back it up with anything.  He has let Iran, Syria and Russia do whatever they want despite his ever moving “line in the sand.”

What the president has failed to figure out, the lesson even a toddler knows, is that if all you do is bluff and someone finally calls you on it, they will never take you seriously again.  That is why Putin is having a good ol chuckle at Barack’s expense whenever Obama utters tripe like ending a demand with “or else.”

Being a veteran myself it gets kinda hard to see America dragged through the sewers because our comander in chief is out of his depth and has no clue on how to lead, save for being more flexible and more accomodating to our enemies.

Long story short, I’m fed up with it and typing words no longer suffice to express my displeasure so I made a video to encapsulate my seething discontent with the current state of foreign affairs thanks to Obama:

Say what you will about George W Bush, and I have my issues with him over Homeland Security, TSA and the Patriot Act, but when he told other countries “or else” they sure as hell listened.

I miss the good ol days (the Reagan Administration) when despots and tyrants would mouth off and the US would act quickly and overwhelmingly and said tyrant would forever more keep his trap shut.  Now we just send John Kerry to make sure they are happy and won’t follow through on threats.

UPDATE: In case anyone was thinking I was exaggerating the part where people are laughing at Obama:

“The low-IQ US president and his country’s Secretary of State John Kerry speak of the effectiveness of ‘the US options on the table’ on Iran while this phrase is mocked at and has become a joke among the Iranian nation, especially the children,” General Masoud Jazayeri said, according to the Fars News Agency.

He goes on, you can read the rest of that article here: Iranian general: Obama’s threats are ‘the joke of the year’

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