When Obama was a candidate in 2007, and had yet to win his Nobel Peace Prize, he said that he would waste no time in brokering peace in the Middle East. In his inaugural address, he stated that he would usher in a new era of peace. He vowed to end the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Six years later, we are still in Afghanistan, we are sending troops back to Iraq to counter the ISIS threat, Russia is again rattling nuclear sabers and invading European countries, China is threatening to arm a Hawaiian secessionist movement to overthrow the US government in Hawaii, and he is now using petty grievances to cut Israel out of nuclear talks with Iran.

This can have only one of two ultimate outcomes: Israel will either have to take unilateral action to stop Iran, or there will be a nuclear exchange in the Middle East.

Can anyone say that the world is a more peaceful place because of our Nobel Laureate President?

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chipmunk · February 16, 2015 at 11:32 pm

I wonder if he simply defines peace in his own way. After all, he describes Islam as the religion of peace.

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