President Obama’s foreign policy? There is little of it and far less that’s defensible. Even Maureen Dowd of the New York Times finds it necessary to condescend to him and suggest that He “stop whiffing.” And that’s among the nicer comments.
By Jennifer Rubin
An Obama critic these days is anyone who’s been mugged by reality in the last five years.
From the left you have Maureen Dowd, who sounds more like Charles Krauthammer:
Stop whining, Mr. President. And stop whiffing. Don’t whinge off the record with columnists and definitely don’t do it at a press conference with another world leader. It is disorienting to everybody, here at home and around the world.
I empathize with you about being thin-skinned. When you hate being criticized, it’s hard to take a giant steaming plate of “you stink” every day, coming from all sides. But you convey the sense that any difference on substance is lèse-majesté.
Also from the left, Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.) sounds like Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) when she bashes Secretary of…
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