Al Qaeda? i thought that they were just a product of Bushco in Iraq.<quoted text>
It's also a return to Al Qaeda bombing us as if they are on a schedule, like it was when Clinton was president.
By the way, Clinton had to be dragged kicking and screaming to all the Republican legislation that made the government fiscally sound.
How's that Obama foreign policy working out for you?
yeah, tell us all about how the Clinton non-deficit was due to nothing the republicans did.
Obama foreign policy?
The Absurdity of McCain’s “Vengeance Doctrine”
What I find remarkable about this is that McCain doesn’t accept the idea that activist and interventionist U.S. policies around the world have any negative consequences for U.S. security. As for so many other hawks like him, McCain imagines that blowback never happens and U.S. interference in other countries’ affairs never comes back to haunt Americans later. The U.S. may prop up dictators, invade or bomb other countries, or impose cruel sanctions on whole nations, but supposedly no one would ever seek “revenge” for those things. According to McCain, it is only when the U.S.“fails” to take military action that the U.S. it at risk from the resentment and grievances of other nations. While choosing not to intervene in another country’s conflict may produce ill will from the losing side, this doesn’t pose a threat to the U.S., and it’s a sign of how desperate some interventionists are to drag the U.S. into another war that they would promote the idea that it does.
just a recent indication of how republicans have lost their way on foreign policy.