5th Grade Foreign Policy
Barry was in the most liberal city in America, San Francisco, bragging up his foreign policy experience...
"It's ironic because this is supposedly the place where experience is most needed to be Commander-in-Chief. Experience in Washington is not knowledge of the world. This I know. When Senator Clinton brags 'I've met leaders from eighty countries'--I know what those trips are like! I've been on them. You go from the airport to the embassy. There's a group of children who do native dance. You meet with the CIA station chief and the embassy and they give you a briefing. You go take a tour of a plant that [with] the assistance of USAID has started something. And then--you go."
He forgot to mention playing dress up.
"...So when I speak about having lived in Indonesia for four years, having family that is impoverished in small villages in Africa--knowing the leaders is not important--what I know is the people. . . ."
"I traveled to Pakistan when I was in college--I knew what Sunni and Shia was [sic] before I joined the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. . . ."Obambi was all of 6 to 10 years old when he lived in Indonesia.
Hardly the formulating years for foreign policy and the scientific community is united in that fact.
Besides, I've been to Mexico a few times and I'm not claiming that makes me an expert on dealing with illegal immigration.
This account makes you wonder if he "fit in" well enough to know the people.
Barry also bloviated on what he's looking for in his Veep...
"I would like somebody who knows about a bunch of stuff that I'm not as expert on."
That person is going to need to know a lot!