Thursday, October 04, 2012

The world must be ready for the next new president of the USA!


In the beginning we thought he could have change the world, but after four years his promises on bringing US soldiers in Afghanistan back home was just a political talk and the closing of Guantanamo prison in Cuba was just that -  an empty promises.
Barack Obama can blame the sins from the previous administration under George Bush Jr that he had to deal with, but for four years he was THE president of the world greatest and powerful country and within that 4 years he could have exercise his full executive power to bring about changes.
Watching him debating with Mitt Romney confirmed my suspicion that his answers during the debates were full of rhetoric and semantic and not convincing  enough for Americans who would want him to win the second terms.
Well, the small and insignificant countries like Malaysia, to the eyes of the mighty USA, will be helpless to do anything if the US under Romney, together with Israel, attack Iran for example. 
For this we have to wait and see if Romney is actually a country bumpkin as portrayed by the media or a real suave and savvy US president.
But, I suspect he is a smart cookie, and frankly for me I am tired of Obama and his star studded status!

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Let's get ready for another invasion, with the help of Israel!

Pro-Life

Ghab said...

I am not too sure about Mitt Romney is savvy for president. It seems Obama and Romney, both of them share the belief that American values should triumph the world. Romney, he is more of inward looking as far as the American foreign policy is concerned.

If America voted Romney for president this November, the world will be worst than what we had experienced during George Bush's Administration. 

Romney has consistently a 'cowboy' typed approach in his campaign  to the world. Traditional allies to America like Israel will be rewarded. Romney to an extant will look for an act to punish Iran and possible military confrontation so being the solution. Unlike Obama, he has been practical for cultivating the difficult nations where diplomatic solution is still prevailing.

Recently, Romney accused Obama of apologizing for American values. The unrest in Benghazi, Libya, Obama was blamed for being a weak president and also an exposure of president's weak engagement to the world, suggesting a tougher foreign policy under Romney.

I think, the world will resist to the bully type of Bush's administration and would return to US foreign policy under Romney. This is the meaning of 'change' to the Republican presidential nominee, Mitt Romney.

Ghab said...

I am not too sure about Mitt Romney is savvy for president. It seems Obama and Romney, both of them share the belief that American values should triumph the world. Romney, he is more of inward looking as far as the American foreign policy is concerned.

If America voted Romney for president this November, the world will be worst than what we had experienced during George Bush's Administration. 

Romney has consistently a 'cowboy' typed approach in his campaign  to the world. Traditional allies to America like Israel will be rewarded. Romney to an extant will look for an act to punish Iran and possible military confrontation so being the solution. Unlike Obama, he has been practical for cultivating the difficult nations where diplomatic solution is still prevailing.

Recently, Romney accused Obama of apologizing for American values. The unrest in Benghazi, Libya, Obama was blamed for being a weak president and also an exposure of president's weak engagement to the world, suggesting a tougher foreign policy under Romney.

I think, the world will resist to the bully type of Bush's administration and would return to US foreign policy under Romney. This is the meaning of 'change' to the Republican presidential nominee, Mitt Romney.

Anonymous said...

How much can we expect from a President that became popular by internet

Anonymous said...

It's a good thing then that no onre really gives a shit about what you think.