National Security: We're "not just" Americans, says our new secretary of state, but "citizens of the world." And globalism comes before "protecting the country from catastrophic attack," says our top general.
Barack Obama apparently got his foreign policy thinking not from anything he learned at Columbia or Harvard (where we still don't know his grades), but from noted diplomats Lionel Richie and the late Michael Jackson.
"We Are the World" was their 1985 Live Aid anthem to raise money to fight famine in Ethiopia — much of which ended up in the pockets of dictator Mengistu Haile Mariam and his army.
"Change can only come when we stand together as one," the song declared, which sounds a lot like the "Change We Can Believe In" rhetoric of Obama's campaigning.
It took more than a quarter century, but this infantile pop-star fantasizing has finally risen up the charts to
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