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December 9th, 2011
Obama Rejected Numerous Proposals to Retrieve Lost U.S. Drone:

Apart from the obvious--Islamic Iran,  China and Russia now have state-of-the-art stealth technology and we lose a killer app in the war against the enemies of freedom, the most troubling aspect of this story is that Obama had a window of opportunity to retrieve the critical intelligence gathering drone and rejected it.  He left it there for the murdering mullahs.

With early knowledge that the aircraft had likely remained intact, the senior U.S. official also told Fox News that President Obama was presented with three separate options for retrieving or destroying the drone.  The president ultimately decided not to proceed with any of the plans because it could have been seen as an act of war.

Obama goes into Libya and worries not about ''declarations of war'' or Congressional approval. He supports the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt in their overthrow of our thirty-year ally, Mubarak.  And last month, he arbitrarily decided (without Congressional approval) to send troops to the jungles of Uganda.  Our boys and girls should not, I repeat, should not be in the jungles of Africa.  Fatal foreign policy.  But clearly, Obama is not worried about the ''perception of war.''

Iran sees everything as an act of war.  That is the rhetoric in which they trade.  But giving Iran, Russia and China our drone technology is far more damaging than the war of words the jihadists have been engaging in for decades.

Obama's decision not to retrieve one of our most important cutting-edge weapons in the war on the global jihad was an attack on America.  The commander-in-chief is not on our side.  Think about that.
 


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