The diplomacy of Barack Obama consists of apologizing, bowing, and giving things like time, money, defense secrets, and other forms of aid and comfort to our enemies. Such diplomacy is ineffective in achieving results beneficial to the United States of America and our allies.
At the end of February the Obama Administration promised to give food to North Korea. In exchange, North Korea promised to stop nuclear testing, to stop long-range missile testing and launches, and to open its nuclear facilities to international inspectors.
Less than six weeks have passed since Obama secured promises from North Korea. Now North Korea is about to launch a long-range missile capable of carrying a nuclear weapon to Hawaii, parts of Alaska, and possibly some of our West Coast cities.
It appears North Korea is also planning to test a nuclear weapon, perhaps at about the same time. North Korea likes to be dramatic so it can frighten the United States and the Pacific Rim, as China would expect its good puppet to do.
Obama will respond by blaming George W. Bush for somehow creating the problem. Obama will undoubtedly ask China for help, as Obama appears to be still oblivious that North Korea keeps us occupied while China prepares to take command of the Pacific Ocean.
The Obama Administration is now planning to negotiate with Iran. Obama claims Iran is not making nuclear weapons, and the Iranian leadership has supported Obama by also claiming they would never make nuclear weapons.
It is unfortunate that Obama grounded our 747-laser based weapons designed to destroy enemy missiles during lift phase. As this launch will be a provocation and military threat, blowing up the missile before it clears North Korea could send a strong signal to the North Korean leadership.
Diplomacy only works in favor of tyrants unless the good guys have military force to back up the diplomacy. Since Obama refuses to commit military force to his diplomacy, we the good guys and our allies find ourselves in ever increasing danger due to the very actions of our own President.