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Will the US Navy Intercept N. Korean Ship?

In a word, no. The “tough” UN Security Council resolution 1874 left out the “and if they refuse” part. Even if they had put teeth in the resolution, President Obama has already shown a lack of capacity to make decisions on any matter not relating to political payback. Of course, had the UN Security Council put teeth in a resolution they would run the risk of becoming relevant, something to be avoided at all costs. During the election, Obama always waited to see what everyone else would say or do on issues and try to take the most popular stance after the polls came out.

Unfortunately, in serious matters like Iran and North Korea Obama is unable to figure out a course of action. His bright idea was to apologize for our bad behavior. Now, Iran is on fire and North Korea is trolling the waters off China with nuclear material and missiles on board while the President swats flies and prepares for an ABC infomercial next week. A new poll shows only 6% of Israelis think Obama is on their side. Which means there is a 94% chance that the powers wanting to destroy Israel will attempt to do so, and with 94% of the Israelis thinking they have no friend in the White House, can a Nuclear War be avoided at this point?

President Obama has shown the world that a community organizer from the hood is a timid and weak leader. The world no longer respects the United States and no longer looks to the West for leadership and direction. As the White House drifts, so drifts the world. The petty dictators of the world see the rudderless ship that used to hold their power in check spinning itself into oblivion and they become more emboldened and ruthless every day.

In a classic example of the leadership vacuum at the White House, the following statement was made by Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Adm. Mike Mullen:

“We intend to vigorously enforce the United Nations Security Council Resolution 1874 to include options, to include, certainly, hail and query”.

It is astonishing how fast this president was able to tear down hundreds of years of respect internationally. The sad thing is, he may be naive enough to believe the world needs weak and humble leadership right now.

Will the next Ronald Reagan please step forward? You are needed!

About Tom White

Tom is a US Navy Veteran, owns an Insurance Agency and is currently an IT Manager for a Virginia Distributor. He has been published in American Thinker, currently writes for the Richmond Examiner as well as Virginia Right! Blog.

Tom lives in Hanover County, Va and is involved in politics at every level and is a Recovering Republican who has finally had enough of the War on Conservatives in progress with the Leadership of the GOP on a National Level.

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