Obama’s VP Joe Biden Says, “The Taliban Is Not Our Enemy” … HUH?

 

More unreal and unbelievable comments from the mouth of the Obama Administration when it comes to terrorism. This time it’s Vice President Joe Biden who says in an interview with the Daily Beast, “the Taliban really isn’t our enemy.” How did these people ever get elected? Ok America, how are you feeling about Obama’s foreign policy again?

Look, the Taliban per se is not our enemy. That’s critical. There is not a single statement that the president has ever made in any of our policy assertions that the Taliban is our enemy because it threatens U.S. interests. If, in fact, the Taliban is able to collapse the existing government, which is cooperating with us in keeping the bad guys from being able to do damage to us, then that becomes a problem for us.

As Weasel Zippers states, this might come as a surprise to the US troops fighting in Afghanistan. Clueless, or is this what folks like Biden and Obama really believe? You might want to ask yourself that question just before you vote in 2012. If the Taliban is not our enemy, maybe Barack Obama would like to explain why we are fighting the war in Afghanistan, per se?

Watch the VIDEO from RCP of White House Press Secretary Carney defending Biden: “The Elimination Of The Taliban Not The Issue”



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    12 Responses to “Obama’s VP Joe Biden Says, “The Taliban Is Not Our Enemy” … HUH?”

    1. SUPER DAVE on December 20th, 2011 7:53 am

      so Joe, who exactly have we been fighting in Afghanistan dumbass ????

    2. SUPER DAVE on December 20th, 2011 7:53 am

      what’s next ? a white house christmas party for the Taliban ?

    3. Babybear on December 20th, 2011 10:13 am

      If the Taliban is not our enemy, then why would it be a “Problem for us,” if they should topple the existing government, such as it is? To whom does Biden refer as the “Bad guys,” if not the
      Taliban? Citizens of the US?
      Some years ago Biden got the nickname, “Zerox Joe,” when he was running for President. In one of his campaign speeches he said, “As I was driving here, I thought about how I was the first member of my family to graduate from college.” Unfortunately, candidate for Prime Minister of England, Neil Kinnock, earlier said in one of his campaign speeches, “As I was driving here, I thought about how I was the first member of my family to graduate from college.” Biden is Obama’s parrot. Of course he and Biden don’t consider Islam or the Taliban to be the enemy. Obama is one of them. IMO he is a foreign-born usurper, born a Muslim in Kenya to a Muslim father, registered as a Muslim in school when he was living with his Muslim step-father in Indonesia, and I believe is attempting to advance the Muslim agenda toward a world-wide Caliphate.

      And Super Dave—Of course. Any excuse for a party!

    4. Tamikosmom on December 20th, 2011 12:42 pm

      Logic dictates if the Taliban’s loyalties are with Al Qaeda … the movement that was behind the 911 attacks … the Taliban is the enemy of the United States.

      ++++

      White House Stands by Biden Statement That Taliban Isn’t U.S. Enemy
      Published December 19, 2011

      The White House on Monday defended Vice President Joe Biden for saying that the Taliban isn’t an enemy of the United States despite the years spent fighting the militant Islamic group that gave a home to Al Qaeda and its leader Usama bin Laden while he plotted the Sept. 11 terror attacks.

      http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2011/12/19/white-house-stands-by-biden-statement-that-taliban-isnt-us-enemy/

      Poll:
      http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2011/12/20/is-vice-president-biden-right-about-taliban/

    5. Rusty Bridges on December 20th, 2011 2:15 pm

      Is this a suprise to anybody? We have a president that was fathered by a muslim, raised by a muslim stepfather, taught in a muslim school, sought out and related with americam muslim radicals in early adulthood, can recite the call to prayer in perfect dialect, you know the prayer that declares you are a muslim according to the koran and once you recite it there is no turning back, and said “my muslim faith” on tv, and is somehow not a muslim?

    6. anonymous on December 20th, 2011 2:34 pm

      Actually the taliban, per se, is not the enemy. The taliban will have a role in Afghanistan after the US leaves, whether you like it or not. Any peace in Afghanistan will by necessity include a brokered peace with Taliban forces. Also, you misquoted the Vice President.
      ________________
      SM: Please do not lie, the quote speaks for itself. Just because the Taliban has a role in Afghan govt does not make them not our enemy. You are really naive if you think a terrorist organization is not our enemy. Good grief,

    7. Lana on December 20th, 2011 6:44 pm

      Common sensibly, the only way I would think someone would say the Taliban is not our enemy is if you are one of them or support them, for they will help you reach your political goal. A lot of people say he is over the edge, but, I think he may be a very very dangerous one.

    8. Public Enemy on December 21st, 2011 11:00 am

      “You are really naive if you think a terrorist organization is not our enemy. Good grief,”

      Even Snoopy, Pigpen, Linus, Lucy and the New York Times know better, Good grief

      Friends of U.S., Terrorists in Eyes of Law

      Under a sweeping section of federal immigration law, the government considers Mr. Rifahe to have engaged in terrorist-related activity, making him ineligible to live here permanently. That the group Mr. Rifahe worked for was once supported by the United States and tried to overthrow Saddam Hussein matters little.

      “It is not fair; I want to stay here,” Mr. Rifahe said. “How come they helped me before, but now they say I am a terrorist? I can’t believe this. Never would I do this.”

      An estimated 4,000 cases similar to Mr. Rifahe’s are on hold around the country. Some have dragged on for years as immigration officials wrestle with how to handle people previously granted political asylum or refugee status in this country, but whose past affiliations technically bar them from permanent residency.

      Many of the cases involve people who belonged to groups in their homelands once backed by Washington, immigration lawyers and human rights advocates say. Often, it is their connection to those groups that allowed the immigrants to come here in the first place

      http://www.nytimes.com/2011/09/19/us/friends-of-us-but-branded-as-terrorists-by-immigration-law.html

    9. Scott on December 22nd, 2011 12:07 pm

      Wow…you are so predictable you Public Idiot! You are far left loonbat and you cite the most liberal newspaper in America which gives you NO CREDIBILITY at all.

      They should consider you an enemy or check you out to make sure you are not another Jerry Sandusky…..

      Listen to our soliders who have returned home from Afghanistan and ask them if the Taliban was firing at them; still to this day!

      The Taliban is NOT part of the new govnt being set up there.

      The Taliban housed OBL and the Mullah and yet they aren’t our enemy? Only a twit such as yourself would believe they aren’t our enemies because you too much of a p**s bag to get out there and fight for your country! PIG!

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