, former president of the United States came out today to hype his decision in 1979 to not take on the Iranians while American hostages were held by Tehran in prison for 444 days.
He added, President Obama is doing the right thing by apologizing for America's (non-existant) sins and by not having protected America's embassies in the days leading up to 9-11. We now know that these "demonstrations" were coordinated to covere for the subsequent violence against American global interests.
Barack Obama, the current president of the United States resurrects Carter's narrative by continuing and justifying his week-kneed policies.
Earlier today one of the Tehran hostages, Col. Thomas E. Schaefer, was interviewed about the history of this matter. Schaeffer wholly disagreed with both Carter and Obama, saying that all it took for the Persians to release them was a resolute, who bluntly told the Iranians "Let My People Go! Or else."
In other words, had it been Ronald Reagan the president, these American citizens ahd diplomats would not have suffered a year and a half being threatened, tortured and imprisoned by the garbage bottom-feeders who held them.
he American hostages were let go in a couple of days. Jimmy Carter was paralyzed for 444 days with zero results at the end of his term.
Reagan was not paralyzed out of the gate. That, is the difference between leadership and pretentions to. Results.
Barack Obama thinks today that Jimmy Carter did the right thing by having done nothing.
Winston Churchill: "No matter how beautiful the strategy, occasionally we should look at the results."
The Islamic violence is clearly not the street's response to a dumb film made in California, but a coordinated attack that has been planned for months to take place on 9-11.
What we need to question is the intelligence that Obama did not buy.
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