Super PAC goes after Obama on foreign relations
Does new ad go too far?
- Duration 3:48
- Date Aug 29, 2012
Does new ad go too far?
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-- history and there's only one thing missing now leadership.
It takes leadership.
But you don't get for reading a poll you -- Mr.
President real leaders don't follow Paul's real leaders change polls.
I that was go to Chris US I talk about leadership ability -- made him you know that guy's a leader and -- -- the theme of his keynote address so how important is a leadership right now and has the president.
Been leading from behind is that a good thing Jeremiah -- -- the army's nineteenth special forces group.
As a former contractor.
With the CIA.
Well Jeremiah welcome back.
Thank you -- well first off 54% of the country think the president's foreign policy is leadership is just find you if you great.
Absolutely none the sad thing is unfortunately.
The American people truly don't understand the dangers that are still on the horizon.
We got rid of by al-Qaeda and Afghanistan but as far as the long term picture of what's gonna happen in that region.
-- in the environment -- Pakistan India even China's role in that it's running -- even Iran as part of that scenario.
And it's that we got no clear leadership whatsoever we seem to be managing it when evident that the.
American people obviously and -- the other points that are fatigued by all we're doing internationally and tired of the lack of respect for getting for.
Re giving Iraq a shot at democracy in the same thing with Afghanistan and -- and our guys to be killed by the very people we're training -- your -- This is this is the sad reality of history history is full of warfare and conflict.
And a we have to protect ourselves from our enemies and and we have to be more proactive and that's the sad truth at the end of the day -- we write the story that Libya we think about Gaddafi is -- that's good.
But in reality that Sarkozy the president friends who it will pull -- kicking and screaming.
In that leading from behind roll and then in Syria.
-- the socialist leader of an anti war candidate.
Who's become leader of France who has -- telling the Syrian.
The Syrian rebels you form -- government won't recognize you we used to do that exactly -- -- front.
This president missed some incredible opportunities we had the green revolution in Iran -- 2009.
We could have -- -- supported.
The student movement the merchant class movement that might have led to the downfall of -- running in the laws instead few years later we're -- would Iran would have nuclear.
Weapon on the horizon perhaps.
We're missing incredible opportunities because of -- lack of leadership.
The lack of leadership perhaps.
But when people say looking at this and say Jeremiah that might be true winner of the money to -- investing in some of these rebel movements -- your -- there's not a lot of money involved in this we're talking about.
Special ops we talked about agency we're talking about funding -- radicals.
Are not radicals were revolutionaries.
We've got allies in the region to saudis for instance who would gladly bankroll this what is missing is a game plan.
-- looks at events 6810 years out as to where this is going.
Right in Afghanistan we know -- -- -- in about a year and we're not leaving a situation that even though looks as good as it did six months ago.
What should Mitt Romney BC to prove to you he's the leader that you're looking for.
Mitt Romney should be talking -- bringing to the table.
-- Bob Karzai of Afghanistan.
Who we're getting a strong sense now this -- may not be leaving the stage of the presidency in 24 team there's elections using.
The last elections were very questionable.
The the next president of United States needs to bring the players India Pakistan even China to the table.
And shape that strategic environment warrants and your discipline -- has shown because he had bugs flying in and -- They play at Jeremiah okay thank you your service to the country that experience analysis here all of its also my colleague Steve -- well I hope is OK I.