Sunday, November 9, 2008

Obama hasn't even taken office yet...

By Atlas Shruggs

Obama hasn't even taken office yet and he is sending annihilationist sympathizers and enablers to Syria and Egypt. I kid you not. Do not expect big (but getting smaller) media to report this. As Chris Matthews (of the sexual tittering leg said), My Job Is To Help Make Obama’s Presidency a Success. Malley to Syria must be part of the media's new mantra and central theme - 'undoing what Bush did'.

THE 78% OF THE JEWS THAT VOTED FOR OBAMA ARE FIRST IN LINE -it's only fair. I told the senior Jews on The Great Schlep, but alas, I was Moshe Beadle.

Moshe runs from one Jewish household to the next. "Jews, listen to me! It's all I ask of you. No money. No pity. Just listen to me!"[13]
Back in May, Barry Rubin predicted that Obama would choose Robert Malley, a former State Department official who criticized Israel for its role in the failure of the Camp David peace talks in 2000, to be director of policy planning, if elected. And Rubin said it was no accident that Obama's recent reference to the Israel-Palestinian conflict as "a constant sore" was the same phrase Rashid Khalidi, a professor of Arab studies at Columbia University, has used in an article in The Nation.

The message was that the Obama administration would take into greater account Egyptian and Syrian interests," an aide to Mr. Malley said.

Obama, according to the aide, plans to initiate a diplomatic initiative towards Syria, reversing the policy of President Bush, who regards Syria as a leading supporter of insurgency in Iraq.


· WASHINGTON [MENL] -- Presidential-elect Barack Obama has promised to improve U.S. relations with Egypt and Syria. Aides said Obama had sent senior foreign policy adviser Robert Malley to Egypt and Syria over the last few weeks to outline the Democratic candidate's policy on the Middle East. The aides said Malley, who served in the administration of President Bill Clinton, relayed a pledge from Obama that the United States would seek to enhance relations with Cairo as well as reconcile with Damascus. "The tenor of the messages was that the Obama administration would take into greater account Egyptian and Syrian interests," an aide said.

Back in May, Blogs Exposed Obama's Hamas Adviser: Robert Malley


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