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Monday, March 24, 2008

The Obama Doctrine

Strong and RIGHT

Barack Obama is offering the most sweeping liberal foreign-policy critique heard from a serious presidential contender in decades. It cuts to the heart of traditional Democratic timidity. "It's time to reject the counsel that says the American people would rather have someone who is strong and wrong than someone who is weak and right," Obama said in a January speech. "It's time to say that we are the party that is going to be strong and right." (The Democrat who counseled that Americans wanted someone strong and wrong, not weak and right? That was Bill Clinton in 2002.)

But to understand what Obama is proposing, it's important to ask: What, exactly, is the mind-set that led to the war? What will it mean to end it? And what will take its place? Click HERE to get the answers to these questions and more. . .

To answer these questions, spoke at length with Obama's foreign-policy brain trust, the advisers who will craft and implement a new global strategy if he wins the nomination and the general election. They envision a doctrine that first ends the politics of fear and then moves beyond a hollow, sloganeering "democracy promotion" agenda in favor of "dignity promotion," to fix the conditions of misery that breed anti-Americanism and prevent liberty, justice, and prosperity from taking root. An inextricable part of that doctrine is a relentless and thorough destruction of al-Qaeda. Is this hawkish? Is this dovish? It's both and neither -- an overhaul not just of our foreign policy but of how we think about foreign policy. And it might just be the future of American global leadership.

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3 Comments:

Blogger Human said...

A Strong starting point will be the Decap of the NeoCons. All their Security Clearances need to revoked on Day One. A thorough cleaning out of Zionists out of Intell will need to take place. If not, President Obama will be out maneuvered in no time at all.Peace.

title="comment permalink">March 25, 2008 9:37 AM  
Blogger Human said...

A key para(for me anyways) from the article, "Even so, Obama's foreign-policy advisers are thrilled at the prospect of facing McCain. Had the GOP nomination gone to Mitt Romney or Mike Huckabee, politicians who don't particularly care about foreign policy, an Obama victory would not provide a mandate for the sweeping foreign-affairs overhaul his campaign proposes. November's election could be, for the first time in a very long time, a choice between two radically different visions of U.S. global engagement. "We want to have this debate with John McCain," a close Obama adviser says. "[Obama] will offer this clear contrast."

Give the voting public a choice to change the direction of our Country? Even though the MSM will continue to distort the Obama Campaign, I think Sen. Obama will still have a good chance at getting his argument out. And then we will see what Americans are really made of. Putting aside the sabotage by the Clinton Gang that is.
Peace.

title="comment permalink">March 25, 2008 9:52 AM  
Blogger John Good said...

Agreed. I loved the entire policy. What a 180 from what we (and the rest of the world) have endured over the last 8 years.

title="comment permalink">March 25, 2008 9:05 PM  

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