SEARCH BLOG: OBAMA and WAR.
After all, how can you have conflict when you are hunched over 32 oz. of Summer Shandy? Throw in a few veal bratwurst and some potato salad and here comes another Nobel Peace prize.
Somewhere along the way, things haven't worked out so well for the diplomatic wunderkind. They're still rioting in Africa and there's still strife in Iran. What nature hasn't done to us... obviously through climate change... has been done by our fellow man [sorry KT].
In 2012, President Obama got on the Arab-Spring-Muslim-Brotherhood-democracy-bandwagon and helped throw northern Africa and southwest Asia into a peace-free zone through the timely application of military and diplomatic pressure. In order to ensure the process continues, the peace-president extraordinaire continues to ship arms to those peace-free zones... even to the extent of giving away missiles and large naval ships. But to be fair, he is working diligently to reduce the strategic capabilities of the U.S.
Meanwhile, equatorial Africa continues to be a cauldron of conflict so it seems that the peace-free president will start pushing for more Africom engagement. Now that the President's work is nearly completed in northern Africa and southwest Asia, he can more fully attend to matters in such strategic areas as the Central African Republic or some such place of which most Americans have never been aware. That's certain to raise consideration for another Nobel prize.
The President can afford to focus with more laser-like precision on the diplomatic aspects of his presidency now that he has brought the nation back to the economic prosperity of 7.8% unemployment... which is exactly where his first term started. As he said to the Russian prime minister: “After my election, I have more flexibility.”
Yes, we can hardly wait to see where that flexibility takes us next.