How do I use a magic wand?
Do you have a magic trick for my pets?
Do you have a magic trick for me?
How about a funny one for the family?
“Do you have a magic trick for the families?”
Well, then your magic tricks are magic tricks
I like to be challenged
So do I, darling 🙂
How about a funny one for the children?
In a year in which President Trump and his allies are blaming former President Barack Obama for the rise of Russia and the collapse of American democracy, it’s worth remembering that Obama’s predecessor didn’t have nearly that much sway over foreign affairs.
For instance, his foreign policy wasn’t as far in the Republican-dominated Republican Party direction. And Obama’s economic record was much more liberal, albeit on the fringes of his administration’s policy agenda.
In fact, there is a good argument to be made that Obama’s record — which focused on the economy, health care and infrastructure — was actually far more progressive than Trump’s record on foreign affairs.
Here’s where I come out on that. While I admire Obama’s leadership and believe that his decision to start up the diplomatic process in Iran was admirable, his policies were far more modest from my point of view.
In 2014, Politico laid out what I described as three “Obama foreign policy myths.” The first myth is that Obama is the most consequential president in American history — the so-called George W. Bush theory of presidents. That myth is based on the widely accepted understanding of how presidents come into power. It is based on the assumption that presidents come to power from different circumstances, not from the same circumstances as all other presidents, and that they are unique. And if Obama is in the “Bush” category then, no other president has been as consequential in American history.
By his own admission, Obama is not the first president to fail in dealing with Russia, the most powerful state in the world: In 2008, Obama’s administration was a victim of another myth — that the president was the one who was most likely to change the status quo with Russia. That turned out to be not true.
On Ukraine, Obama did little that was not already a part of the foreign policy canon when he took office. But Russia wasn’t the sole problem, it was an issue that had become a centerpiece of the campaign (and that Trump campaigned on) and that he was already deeply
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