No Dictator Left Behind

    On the foreign policy front, Abu Hussein’s administration has dispatched the Mideast envoy to make contact with the Syrian dictator Bashar Al-Assad. Fearing that autocrat would feel left out of unconditional talks with sponsors of terror, the Obama administration announced all parties are welcome to bomb to their hearts content as long as they promised to like Obama personally. Terrorist groups across the Middle East | Read More »

    It’s going to get worse before it gets better………. It just got a bit worse.

    1.  Obama: The USA could be “one of the largest Muslim countries in the world.” http://thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/06/02/obama-signals-themes-of-mideast-speech As President Obama prepared to leave Washington to fly to the Middle East, he conducted several television and radio interviews at the White House to frame the goals for a five-day trip, including the highly-anticipated speech Thursday at Cairo University in Egypt. In an interview with Laura Haim on | Read More »

    Moderates in the Taliban?

    “There may be opportunities to reach out to moderates in the Taliban, but the situation in Afghanistan is more complicated than the challenges the American military faced in Iraq, Obama said.” The above quote from President Obama puzzles me. I don’t know that there are any “moderates” in the Taliban. What exactly constitutes a moderate? Is it someone that just wants to kill some of | Read More »

    The Expansion of Arrogance… or Just Plain Naivete?

    Well that didn’t take long… The Obama administration chooses it’s first terrorist-harboring, terrorist-supporting nation and regime to be officially recognized with talks. today, Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton announced that US officials will be holding talks with Syrian officials in Damascus over the weekend. The AP reported: Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said Saturday that talks were underway between two U.S. representatives and Syrian | Read More »

    I wondered if he cried out to God for help

    Apparently Christopher Hitchens got into some trouble with some Syrians, and the story has supposedly been confirmed. Here is the blog post that started the reports. At the invitation of Hariri-Saudi group, Hitchens is visiting Lebanon. A source sent me this: “I dont know if you find this as news worthy or not, but Christopher Hitchens is currently in Beirut sponsored by the same group | Read More »

    Israel looks to play game changer in its war with Hamas

    Pretty good take on the current conflict between Israel and Hamas.  The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) are ramped up in away that has not been seen since 2006 and maybe before that. The IDF’s current military operations against Hamas are offering all the conditions for a much larger picture in terms of military action and a political statement in the region. With well over several | Read More »

    Oh Israel, Hast Thou Taken the Wooden Nickel?

    After questions about Obamas support, or lack there of, of Israel he went there and in front of the press supported Israel’s right of defense and existence. Given his association withfriends of Hamas etc. and other anti-Israel associates like his friendand sometimes mentor Farrakhan it’s hard for me to believe he is on Israels side. During his campaign he fired Robert Malley for meeting with | Read More »

    US-Syrian Airstrike Gives McCain His Late Game Opening

    Today Syrian officials reported that four US helicopters struck a suspected Al-Qieda hideout along the Iraq-Syria border. Now this news is just getting out and this is a fresh opportunity for McCain to take command of this race. Obama will give his closing argument sometime tonight on why he should be president, McCain needs to go a different route and act presidential; while Obama acts | Read More »

    Embracing the Axis of Evil: An Obama Adviser Goes To Syria and Comes Home Unsure if He Was Used

    Obama has previously said he would unconditionally meet with the presidents of Syria and Iran. Now one of his advisors has gone to Syria to offer some advice to Syria’s leaders. Daniel Kurtzer, one of Obama’s many, many foreign policy advisers, went to Syria and met with Syria’s Foreign Minister, Walid al-Moallem. Kurtzer and the Obama campaign say this was unrelated to the campaign. There | Read More »


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