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Updated: 08/21/2014 09:10:02AM

Regime change where?

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We have seen President Obama and his State Department push for changes of leadership in many countries – Iraq (twice), Afghanistan, Libya, Syria, North Korea, Ukraine, Egypt – just to name a few.

The majority of these regime changes were accomplished, but left in their wake countries in much turmoil and even experiencing further uprisings. We saw the further rise of the radical Muslims, ISIS, and the eradication (killing) of the Christians who remained. Why were these regime changes pushed so hard by Obama? It was because they had Ineffective leadership (in other words, they didn’t do what America wanted), they were brutal and disregarded their political opposition, and whatever other supposedly good reasons Obama and the State Department could dream up. So, I ask you, is the world better off today without these past leaders or have these nations just replaced one tyrant with another, often more brutal than the former?

And speaking of ineffective and dictator/king-like rule, why don’t we see one more country change its regime also – namely America. After all, there are less people working, less jobs, we have porous borders, our massive debt is increasing, the world is on fire, inflation is soaring, and where is the so-called leader of this country – why he’s out on the golf course, or taking another vacation, or doing another fund-raiser. It is far past time for regime change in America. Can America survive another 2 years of Obama?


Lake Wales

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