Is Barack Obama More Afraid of U.S. Than Its Enemies?

Apparently, Barack Obama is more frightened of America than he is of its enemies.

Case in point: His boxers are in a bunch over what President Bush said on the 60th anniversary of Israel's statehood. Bush said, "Some seem to believe we should negotiate with terrorists… as if some ingenious argument will persuade them they have been wrong all along... We have heard these foolish delusions before," he says, recalling the Nazis... or the Belgians — I can never remember.

This is good stuff. But not for Obama, who replied, "It is sad that President Bush would use a speech on the 60th anniversary of Israel's independence to launch a false political attack."

So let's get this straight: Obama thinks it's wrong for Bush to say, on Israel's birthday, that we shouldn't appease enemies of Israel.

But what's better, Obama? Should Bush echo your words and lunch with an Iranian madman who vows to wipe Israel off the map? That's a crappy birthday gift. Worse than soap on a rope.

Here's my real point: Obama must come up with a real plan to fight terror beyond scheduling tea time with tyrants. Problem is, instead of coming up with a plan, the Dems have spent the last seven years blaming Bush for everything. But he isn't going to be president anymore.

So, Senator, where's your plan?

You call Bush's policies "politics of fear," but we didn't fly planes into buildings — they did. Terrorism is "politics of fear" — destroying terrorists is not.

So, until you lose this relativistic bulls---, the White House cat has more balls than you.

And if you disagree with me, then you sir, are worse than Hitler.

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