Apparently, Georgia is the new Israel.
Which will no doubt relieve Jewish readers everywhere: at least now somebody else gets to listen to the “divided loyalties” sneer. (H/T: Glenn Reynolds) Note: I do not say “instead.” One can hardly expect the Hard Left to give up casual Jew-hatred, after all. For many of them, it’s the closest thing that they have to a hobby.
Can we get a coherent Georgian narrative here from the Democrats?
I’m still tracking down the transcript for this excerpt from the Corner: Obama backer and former UN Ambassador Richard Holbrooke, appearing on CNN: “John [Roberts], with all due respect, I would dispute what you just said. Senator McCain and Senator Obama have roughly the same positions. it’s the Bush administration that was behind the curve. “ …but I have to admit, it certainly sounds like | Read More »
Georgia and the American National Interest (UPDATE: McCain gets it)
In the days since Russian troops marched into Georgia, there have been any number of voices telling Americans that this is not our concern: It’s so far away. There are interminable ethnic conflicts involved. And it does not affect our national interest. Most of the voices saying these things say the same about Iraq, and they do so under the same misapprehension of the American | Read More »
God help us, but this is supposed to be one of their *hard-line* natsec people.
I mean, with a title like: “BRZEZINSKI: RUSSIA’S INVASION OF GEORGIA IS REMINISCENT OF STALIN’S ATTACK ON FINLAND,” (via Glenn) it’s not too much to hope that somebody in the Obama campaign gets it, right? Then you get to the meat. Well, the tofu.