Vice President Joe Biden proclaims, “Osama bin Laden is dead, and General Motors is alive.”
Yet we read headlines of Al Qaeda in North Africa, Iraq, Pakistan and Syria.
The climate of violence in the region has causes that transcend any policies of the Obama administration.
But Obama’s approach of endless speeches reinforced by the occasional aerial strike or drone hasn’t succeeded any more than the promises of lower unemployment, faster economic growth or falling health insurance premiums.
Jimmy Carter meets Richard Nixon, with a cameo appearance by George W. Bush.
Where is the accountability?
Libya probably won’t figure prominently in the November election, though it undoubtedly should.
It will, however, be a major part of President Obama’s legacy.
It’s not a pretty one.
W. James Antle III is the editor of The Daily Caller News Foundation. Follow him on Twitter.