The less he knows, the more he speaks

The Washington Times Weekly - - Letters To The Editor -

Pres­i­dent Obama should write one more book (al­though it is widely ru­mored that he didn’t write the first two), one that he is re­ally fa­mil­iar with: “The au­dac­ity of Ar­ro­gance”.

This man is on Air Force One and up in the air most of the time so he can’t pos­si­bly know (or care) what is go­ing on on the ground. For some­one with so lit­tle knowl­edge and ex­pe­ri­ence with in­ter­na­tional af­fairs and pro­to­col, he has the au­dac­ity to pre­sume to tell other na­tions how to run their own gov­ern­ments: Syria, Egypt, Libya, Is­rael, etc.

He has made a real hash of just about ev­ery­thing that he has a hand on in his own coun­try in­clud­ing the econ­omy, dis­tri­bu­tion of wealth (ours not his) so­cial jus­tice, Oba­macare, in­fla­tion and high un­em­ploy­ment. He has of­fended some of our loyal al­lies such as Bri­tain and Is­rael when their of­fi­cial vis­its were made to the U.S. but rolled out the red car­pet with an el­e­gant din­ner and ball for the Red Chinese.

His de­ci­sions (if he is ac­tu­ally is mak­ing them) leave a lot to be de­sired. A sec­ond term for this type or ar­ro­gance and ig­no­rance would be fa­tal. Claire Sta­ples Palm Desert, Cal­i­for­nia

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