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Obama, the “unilateral compromizer” = Capitulator! A character-flaw, a true weakness.

4 Nov

Barak Hussein Obama, the charismatic United States President, is a great orator, but a poor leader, and a terrible diplomat.

The 2010 midterm election proved that Obama is a very poor leader, Obama’s early agreement to give tax breaks to the rich, is another demonstration of a lack of diplomatic ability.

After the midterm election President Obama offered to work in a bi-lateral manner with the Republicans who made it clear that they will not cooperate with him, or with his agenda.

Obama’s trade-mark is that of capitulation. Right after Mahmoud Ahmadinejad gave a strong speech saying that Iran will not negotiate, or even communicate with the United States, as long as the United States befriends Israel, President Obama stated that the road of diplomacy with Iran is still open.

Obama’s quick capitulation, and the willingness to sacrifice principal for political reasons after the Democrats lost the midterm election, is another demonstration of a flawed character, as well as of person without any skills in diplomacy.

The quick capitulation after the midterm must be a very encouraging signal to America’s enemies, enemies such as Chavez, Ahmadinejad, the North Koreans, and other who now have proof positive that Obama is not a man who will necessarily defends his principals if enough proper pressure is applied!

It is sad to note that with every passing day more demonstrations that being a great orator, and a charismac politician, “do not a [qualified] President make!”

“Person of the Year;” Why?

17 Dec

Barak Hussein Obama, one of the world greatest orators was just hired by the American people to manage the affairs of their country. The President-elect was hired based on promises that he will bring change to Washington, something that so far he did not even attempted to do.

A White House staff and Cabinet made up of President Clinton’s cronies does not represent change. In spite of that,¬†perhaps President-elect Obama has good insights ans will do well; let us all hope that he does!

All that not withstanding, the President-elect has proven to be an outstanding public speaker and a good politician, but he is yet to prove himself as someone who can deliver on what he promises. How can Time select Barak Obama “Person of the Year” before tha man had an opportunity to¬†demonstrate what he could do?