Wednesday, March 05, 2008

Speaking truth to Power - By Obama's Sec of State

Yikes! I knew Obama was a Far Left Nut, but invading Israel to force them to stop retaliating for the terrorism from the Muslims. What genius. Protecting the terrorists from the farmers and businessmen.

Another reason to vote for someone with a brain, too bad I do not really consider any of the candidates in this election to be very reasonable. What a choice - power hungry nut, charismatic moron, or moderate nut. With so many nuts, I need a nut cracker. Maybe I should move, but I can't think of one country worthy of my skills besides this one, even if it is drifting so far to the Left.

Speaking truth to Power [Martin Kramer's Sandbox]: "Samantha Power is the author of a Pulitzer Prize-winning book on genocide, and she has a professorship at Harvard (in something called 'Global Leadership and Public Policy'). She is also a senior foreign policy adviser to Barack Obama. This isn't an honorific: she has worked for Obama in Washington, she has campaigned for him around the country, and she doesn't hesitate to speak for him. This morning, the Washington Post has a piece on Obama's foreign policy team, identifying her (and retired Maj. Gen. Scott Garion) as 'closest to Obama, part of a group-within-the-group that he regularly turns to for advice.' Power and Garion 'retain unlimited access to Obama.' This morning's New York Times announces that Power has an 'irresistable profile' and 'she could very well end up in [Obama's] cabinet.'

She also has a problem: a corpus of critical statements about Israel. These have been parsed by Noah Pollak at Commentary's blog Contentions, by Ed Lasky and Richard Baehr at American Thinker, and by Paul Mirengoff at Power Line."

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