Mr. Obama: In 1979, when Carter toppled the "Shah", there was jubilation within Democratic quarters that a major supporter of Richard Nixon's campaigns and the Republican party generally had been undermined, and a new "political" reality was now in place in the U.S. But unbeknownst to Carter, the Republicans secretly worked with the Regime in Tehran and arranged for a delay in the release of the Hostages and subsequently humiliated Carter and won the presidency back. This could happen again in places like Libya. The Arab spring, and the liberation of some 130 Million Arabs from the clenches of Dictators with sordid histories and "special" relationships with the Republicans (everyone from Mubarak to Sana...to even Ghadafi (check out his special photo album of Condoleeza Rice!!!)) are now gone; but the Republicans are really livid of this phenomenal achievement. Just turn your radio dial to Rush Limbaugh...Hanity, you name it ...republican radio host...! They are calling US actions unconstitutional, or even saying US had nothing to do with it...it was all European Right wing parties (the French, Conservatives in UK ..Berlusconi in Italy!!)...or Even new claims that Al Qaeda will take over in these countries!!!
If this "win" begins to elevate Obama's campaign, then I can guarantee that the Republicans will pull out their dirty trick campaign and get their agents to put up the Muslim Brotherhood or figure out some dirty tactic to smear Obama and make it all appear like a giant loss.
So my message is be careful, Mr. Obama. Your tactic of leading from behind has worked, and the Europeans have borne the brunt of the cost. But remember it could be your very same European allies that work secretly with the Republicans (as Maggie Tatcher did secretly with Reagan in 1979) that will try to undermine your reputation. Be very careful. Rick Perry is out of the same hell hole that Reagan and the Bushes came from, and he is now the front runner for the Republicans. For all their "communal praying" and Christian postures, they are more ruthless and immoral than most people sentenced to life imprisonement.
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