The report comes from the Middle East Media Research Institute, which monitors and reports on media in the Middle East.
“The problem of U.S. President Barack Obama can be summed up in a single word: hesitation. The man is short-sighted, confused and diffident,” wrote Mashari al-Zaydi, a columnist for the daily Al-Sharq Al-Awsat.
MEMRI reported the column called Obama out as the weakest president in U.S. history and blamed him for allowing the crisis in Syria to escalate.
He warned that Obama’s failures in the Middle East have set the foundation for an extremism and sectarian violence that will be greater than al-Qaida.It's a failure on everyone else's part to assume his goals are those he was elected to attain.
Most conservative and some so-called moderate US citizens consider him a failure in the accepted responsibilities of a US President.
I learned a long time ago that what is failure for one, is triumph for another.
Nearly everyone is measuring Obama's performance against our expectations and assumptions regarding the office he holds, rather than the man occupying that office.
Still, after a full term in office, we have no idea who this man really is. What's his real name, where was he born, who's really his father, what's is social security number (does he have one), what's his school record, where has he been and what was he doing and who was he associating with for the unaccounted for years, is he a Muslim, Christian, or Atheist, what are his values?
There is a mountain of video and documentary evidence of his completely contradictory statements (lies, misdirection, and deceit) yet it is either ignored or discounted as typical political rhetoric.
Oh, sure we see his actions/inactions, we hear his
If you put everything into context, really listen to what he says, read what he has published in his books, review the evidence put forth by men like Dinesh D'Souza and Joseph Farah, you must come to the inescapable conclusion that the man we associate with the name Barack Hussein Obama is intent upon destroying the United States of America, and probably Europe as well, and so far, he is doing quite well.