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Sunday, June 14, 2009

Iran should change Obama's approach to the Middle East

Roger Simon has a short piece on what the weekend's events in Iran should tell Binyamin Netanyahu and Barack Obama. The message to Obama is by far the more drastic one (via Instapundit).
These same despicable mullahs are the ones that arm the terrorists of Gaza (Hamas) and Lebanon (Hezbollah)and instigate their activities. It is time for Obama to take that much more deeply into account and stop sounding like a Jimmy Carter clone. He should refocus away from the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, which will only be resolved when Hamas loses power, and onto the issue of Iranian freedom, the much larger issue for the world. It would be inspiring to see the American president, in his words at least, standing by the side of those Iranian students.
Inspiring, but unfortunately unlikely. You see, thanks to the Obumbler, America's not a superpower anymore.

Read the whole thing.


At 5:40 PM, Blogger Ashan said...

The problem here is that Hussein has no interest in "understanding" these messages on his approach. No amount of pleading for a "logical" historical approach will help. He is fully committed to the "Palestinian" side - and he has been for much more than a decade. He absorbed the deeply poisonous, anti-Israel (anti-Zionist) rantings of Rev. Wright, Ali Abunimah, Rashid Khalidi, Edward Said and a host of others for a very long time. There exists a video with some sort of exhortation to his pro-Palithug activism. (Somehow, the demand for that bit of evidence has mysteriously evaporated.) If his version of history that he espoused in his sermon in Cairo is any indication, he is more influenced by Arab historical revisionism and propaganda than by fact.

At 9:25 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

Obama is guided by ideology. There is no point in confusing him with the facts. Every one knows it and no one respects America as a friend or fears them as an enemy anymore.

Hopenchange, anyone?


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