U.S. to close 15 military bases in Europe, as Russia's presence grows

After provoking a new Cold War with Moscow — imposing economic sanctions on Russia over Ukraine, specifically Crimea — the U.S. is retreating from Europe with the closure of 15 military bases.
At a minimum, Obama’s foreign policy is a mess of confusion and mixed messages. At a maximum, he’s doing this by design.
Remember his whispered words to then Russian President Dmitry Medvedev in Seoul, South Korea, March 26, 2012? Not realizing his words would be picked up by live microphones, Obama signaled to Medvedev that — wink, wink, nudge, nudge — he’ll be much freer to act as he pleases after he’s won reelection: “This is my last election. After my election, I have more flexibility” to deal with missile defense by tearing down America’s missile shield. Then he asked for Russia’s patience — for more “space” and “time.”
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Auntie Lulu
Auntie Lulu

No doubt about it, this needs to be added to the list of things to feel anxious about. I would think that with Russia’s escalation of moving their troops into areas beyond their boarders, the last thing we should be doing is reducing our presence in Europe. Um, now where did I put the bottle of Valium?


This makes perfect sense-to a clueless pretender alleged president. Here in the REAL WORLD though,it’s pure INSANITY.


Well, when you’re a surrender monkey, you do what you know best.