In the March/April issue of the Washington Monthly, Paul Glastris offers a long essay in defense of Barack Obama. Titled, “The Incomplete Greatness of Barack Obama,” it is, in its own way, the clearest and most helpful analysis of the Obama presidency that’s been written so far. Glastris’s main contention is that Obama has “gotten more done in three years than any president in decades.” Yet, “the American public still thinks he hasn’t accomplished anything.” He’s right:
by The Right Scoo:
Rep. Allen West gave a great speech in support of Congressman Lee Terry’s reelection bid, and he hit many great points of why this administration has been so bad to America. But in light of recent events in Afghanistan, I wanted to highlight something West said regarding Karzai’s call for American’s to pull out of Afghanistan:
When I wake up and I turn on the news and I hear Hamid Karzai tell us to get out of his country, I got problems. Because men and women, such as myself, have served and sacrificed, lost their lives and lost their limbs so that he could stand there and say that.
Well it’s very simple. If he wants us to leave, then guess what, we’ll leave. But by golly oscar if they ever export terrorism from Afghanistan, we will come back with a vengeance like they have never seen before!
Here’s the clip: