Can you come up with one foreign policy success of the Obama Administration?
It certainly wasn't his Grand Apology Tour.
Iraq, which in 2010 had been touted as a success (video here), is now run partly by IS and partly by Iran.
President Obama thought Afghanistan was the right war and Iraq the wrong one. How are things going there?
Remember when the American Left was going nuts over President Bush's mythical preemptive war against Iran to keep it from getting nukes? Is that worse than a fake deal that would essentially allow Iran to develop nukes?
President Obama backed the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt's elections. That didn't turn out well for the US, for Egypt, or for the Muslim Brotherhood. President Obama offered to meet with the incoming president of Egypt but couldn't bring himself to make a phone call of congratulations to Benjamin Netanyahu in Israel this past week after he won the election there. After Morsi was overthrown the standing of the US in Egypt was greatly diminished.
President Obama chose to "lead from behind" in Libya and then wanted to tout our great success. That hasn't turned out well for the US or for Libya, which isn't even a real country anymore.
President Obama asked Russian president Medvedev to let Vlad Putin know that after the 2012 election he would have more "flexibility" to deal with the Russians because he wouldn't have to run for election again. That hasn't turned out well for the US or for Ukraine. A missile defense system sound like a good idea right now, especially to Eastern Europeans. And remember this comment from the 2012 debates? It was a witty zinger--but who ended up being right?
President Obama drew a "red line" in the sand regarding the use of chemical weapons in Syria. Syria used such weapons, Obama responded with silence. Actually, no, not with silence, he denied ever having made the "red line" threat in the first place and tried to say that the world did so by passing a "no chemical weapons" treaty--when, after World War I? Anyway, his stance hasn't turned out well for the US or for the Syrian civilians who were killed with chemical weapons.
President Obama, a mere 6 months ago, touted Yemen as an anti-terrorist success story. That hasn't turned out well for the US or for Yemen, which this past week fell to Iranian-backed rebels. All that was missing from the US withdrawal was an iconic picture of a helicopter on the roof.
Where in the world is the US better off today than it was in 2008, when this disaster of a president was elected? Where in the world is the US more respected and more valued today than it was in 2008, when this disaster of a president was elected? Where in the world have US actions contributed to peace, stability, and a better life since 2008, when this disaster of a president was elected?
Where has our stature been diminished? The list above is a good start. The Instapundit has been saying since 2009 that a "Carter rerun is a best-case scenario" and, sadly, he could not have been more correct.