Let me be clear

Actions speak louder than words.  

That seems like a phrase we have heard more than once and has usually proven to be true.  So what do President Obama’s actions say about his words?  That answer seems not as “clear” as it should be.
When the President’s plane touched down Monday in New York for the U.N. General Assembly, Obama did not go straight to the meeting. He had to make a small pit stop to visit some “old friends.”  Who might these friends be, you ask?  Could it have been Prime Minister Netanyahu, our closest ally, or maybe President Mohamed Yousef El-Magariaf, President of Libya?

If you answered either of the two, you would be wrong. However, those were both good guesses considering Israel is on the brink of nuclear annihilation if we do not stop Iran from continuing its nuclear uranium enrichment, and Libya is the country where our Ambassador Christopher Stevens was brutally murdered.  

If you didn’t guess those two leaders, you probably would assume that since Obama has “made himself clear” numerous times on the Iranian nuclear issue, he surely met with Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to discuss the issue that is so urgent to the safety of Israel and the rest of the world: stopping Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon.
Unfortunately, again, you assumed wrong.  Not only was this not the pit stop meeting before the U.N. General Assembly, but he didn’t meet with any of these leaders during the General Assembly.  No, Obama put diplomacy on hold to go visit his old gal pals of “The View.”
The world is on the verge of World War III, and the president thinks a meeting with Whoopi Goldberg is more important to the American people than meeting with key leaders to address urgent international matters.
It has been 20 years since a U.S. President has been to a U.N. convention and not met one-on-one with a U.N. leader.  So please, Mr. President, let me be clear.
We the people have elected you to be our voice, and we do not appreciate you not doing your job!  Last time I checked, we still live in a country run by a representative government, although you are trying your hardest to change that, and you need to start representing the people.
Once again, I am concerned about the American people and their lack of outrage to this issue.  Americans have been brainwashed. They are not even aware of the world they live in.  
If you are just now hearing, we have a pretty major election coming up in November that will change at least the next four years of your life.  It is time to wake up, America!  Take notice of this election and the men running.  
We have ignorantly put a socialist in the White House. If we do not start calling him out on his horrendous actions, we are in big trouble.  So, let me be clear again, if the American people re-elect Obama to the White House, we are doomed.