From The Washington Times:
North Korea has continued to be openly belligerent, testing a nuclear weapon and long-range missile, withdrawing from the 1953 armistice agreement with South Korea, and declaring it will weaponize its plutonium stocks. In response, the United States unilaterally conceded to long-standing North Korean demands for bilateral talks.
North Korea's success has encouraged Iran to move forward with its own nuclear program. The Islamic regime has agreed to talks Mr. Obama requested, but the mullahs refuse to negotiate the nuclear issue. The United States finds itself to the left of the United Nations and France on the question of acknowledging that Iran even has a nuclear-weapons program, which is quite an achievement.
I don't believe for a minute that Obama is the "babe in the woods" that his opponents claimed during the campaign he would be. I think he knows exactly what he's doing.
When a state sponsor of terrorism, Momar Gadhafi, wants the leader of the opposition to stay in power forever, it does not bode well for the country.