Obama's foreign policy has three parts: Abandon our allies, appease our enemies, and apologize for America.
We cannot have four more years apologizing to our enemies and abandoning our friends.
This country does not punish its political enemies. What this country ensures is that no one is above the law.
Our enemies are Medes and Persians, men who for centuries have lived soft and luxurious lives; we of Macedon for generations past have been trained in the hard school of danger and war. Above all, we are free men, and they are slaves.
Vice presidents are at times tasked with issuing direct broadsides against enemies while the top guy stays above the fray. But never before has a vice president served as an attack dog against his own party's voters.
Cheney is a terrorist. He terrorizes our enemies abroad and innocent citizens here at home indiscriminately.
Americans, we passionately believe, are a humane people. We showed that in restoring wounded economies abroad after World War II, even those of our enemies, Germany and Japan.
Abroad, our most important policy is to support our troops and continue forward-thinking foreign policy in the war on terror - keeping our enemies on the run and hitting them before they hit us.
We are at war with enemies that still have the intent to do further damage to Americans at home and abroad.
Every dollar added to the price of oil weakens America and strengthens her enemies.
Adding to your list of enemies is never a sound strategy, yet ISIS' ferocious campaign against the Shia, Kurds, Yazidis, Christians, and Muslims who don't precisely share its views has united every ethnic and religious group in Syria and Iraq against them.
People like to invent enemies. It spares us the need to address complex worldviews.
We have serious enemies and growing threats around the world. Unfortunately, we have an administration whose idea of a rogue state is Arizona.
After 9/11, most Americans were in no mood to talk with our enemies in the Middle East, whatever those enemies' ideology, and the Bush administration's policies of invasion and pre-emption reflected that sentiment.
Then the administration tied it in to the regional dispute between Israel and its enemies, as if that's about international terrorism. No, it's not.
I hate admitting that my enemies have a point.
I die adoring God, loving my friends, not hating my enemies, and detesting superstition.
Of course, with the increasing number of aeroplanes one gains increased opportunities for shooting down one's enemies, but at the same time, the possibility of being shot down one's self increases.
Never hate your enemies. It affects your judgment.
We must, all of us, learn actually not to have enemies, but only confused adversaries who are ourselves in disguise.
Dialogue is the basis of Indian culture, and we don't want to make any enemies. Political and ideological adversaries, perhaps, but not enemies.