Now THAT is a great quote! Are you certain it is accurate?
I have to say, though, I think we could make friends with some Arabs. I believe the greatest act of betrayal in our foreign policy in the last ten years has been Obama’s turning away from an alliance with Iraq.
Bush’s goal of a stable, democratic, FREE Iraq was achievable, I think. But the assclown has betrayed that trust...and for DECADES hence, it will be a challenge for future presidents to regain the trust of foreign leaders.
Who can blame them? If I am President of X, and the POTUS comes to me and says, “Be our ally, we will stand with you”, who will fault me for saying, “Yes, but what if you are soon replaced by a clown like Obamugabe, who will walk away from us?”
Such a response would be fully understandable, and BO’s actions will hurt us for years to come in creating and getting agreements on the world stage. He has shown us to be an undependable ally.
The prime example, of course, is Israel. But also: Egypt, Afghanistan, Taiwan, South Korea, Poland and the Baltic states...He and Hitlery and Lurch have been disastrous.
As for Islam and democracy being in harmony and a state of being together, the two are as compatable as the same poles of a magnet. Anyone trying to sell the idea of Islam and democracy are either complete morons or hiding an underlying agenda. There is no individual liberty in Islam.
There is a reason that tyranical dictators are the only ones who can control the lunatics in bedsheets. Murder, violence, rape, deceit, and slavery are the other pillars of Islam nobody talks about. Islamic nations also do not vote out their leaders in their process. They kill them when leaving office. That is a fact for centuries. One does not gracefully part from governing a people in Islam. There is no orderly transition from old to new regimes. Everyone old dies, and everyone new riots for a few months. The only common theme is to kill all the jews, which is printed by their caligraphers on the new Chinette plates.