President Obama is doing fine. As he pointed out:
1. No flag burnings or Anti US rhetoric in Egypt.
2. Bringing together a broad based coalition involving, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.
3. Setting a precedent for future cooperation among disparate nations and cultures--perhaps for peaceful rather than military purposes.
4. Showing that Ivy league types can handle global diplomatic and military matters.
Now, the only problem is dealing with the surfeit of professional pundits who've raised the task of asking question to the level of high, intellectual discourse.
Since when did "I don't know...." and "I don't understand..." serve to repudiate another person's opinion?
How many times does one have to ask a question when the answer is intuitively obvious to the casual observer?
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