Obama's Bid For U.N. Secretary-General Has Begun

Investors.com
Editorial
5/28/2014

Multilateralism: It is commonly observed that President Obama never started governing because he never stopped campaigning. He campaigned in his West Point speech all right — for United Nations secretary-general.

We’ve got a president who has unblushingly told us he’s “a better speechwriter than my speechwriters,” knows “more about policies on any particular issue than my policy directors” and is “a better political director than my political director.”

Not to mention that “like any politician at this level, I’ve got a healthy ego.” Uh, no kidding.

An intellect that enormous must feel confined by merely leading the free world (or, more accurately, not leading). Such boundless cerebral prowess deserves a real challenge, such as running the whole world.

The president obviously agrees; his address to cadets at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point on Wednesday sounded much like the launch of a campaign for still-higher office: presiding over the hopelessly corrupt, tyrant-dominated United Nations.

After briefly giving lip service to the U.S. using “military force, unilaterally if necessary, when our core interests demand it,” Obama quickly placed America under the U.N. umbrella. When faced with crises that “do not directly threaten us,” he said, “we must mobilize allies and partners to take collective action.”…

 

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Related:    Spokeswoman: Obama ‘Doesn’t Give Himself Enough Credit for What He’s Done Around the World’  (video)

 

 

 

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