Senator Barack Obama keeps piling them on. Every time he adds someone to his foreign policy team (A.K.A the anti-Jew Crew) its another person with an Anti-Israel track record. And for you “leftards” that will send me anonymous hate comments, like you always do, remember its not just one statement or one comment… ITS EVERYONE HE PICKS AND EVERYTHING THEY SAY.
His latest pick is Daniel Kurtzer, former American Ambassador to Egypt and Israel. Kurtzer is the designated “Jew Contact.” He goes in front of Jewish Audiences to say, “I used to be the Ambassador to Israel-Barack Obama is Pro-Israel.” And all of the liberal Jews who don’t know Kurtzer’s record will look at each other and say “You see, He is a nice young man.” Ah But he is not.
In the article below, Ed Lasky shows that Kurtzer blames Israel for everything from Iraq and Iran, to the failure of Camp David. The only thing that Kurtzer doesn’t blame Israel for is the NY Mets collapse at the end of last baseball season (but who knows what he will say AFTER the election:
Questions have been raised about Barack Obama and his foreign policy views. Supporters point out that he has compiled a generally good voting record regarding the American-Israel relationship during his three years in the Senate. Nevertheless, he is relatively inexperienced and his record is a short one.He will need to rely on the advice of his advisers — the advisers who have come to cause him a variety of political problems over the last few months*. By landing a former American Ambassador to Israel as one of his advisers, the campaign clearly hoped that such a high profile figure would help to defuse questions and soothe tensions. They might be mistaken once the voters become more aware of the views and policy proposals of Daniel Kurtzer.* Samantha Power, indisputably his closest foreign policy maven, “resigned” in the wake of comments she made regarding Gordon Brown, Jews, and Hillary Clinton (whom she infelicitously called a “monster”). The roles of others, Robert Malley and Zbigniew Brzezinski, who are widely considered to be anti-Israel, have been subject to some conjecture. Malley was identified as Barack Obama foreign policy adviser in the New York Times as recently as March 15th. Conversely, Dennis Ross — who is trotted out by supporters of Barack Obama as an adviser, expressly denied that he was an adviser for Barack Obama. His campaign co-chair and chief military adviser Tony McPeak was found to have made ominous remarks about foreign policy being unduly influenced by people in Miami and New York. Of course, there are also the more widely known controversial views of Pastor Jeremiah Wright towards America’s role in the world and towards Israel-a man who Barack Obama has called his “moral compass’, “spiritual adviser”, “inspiration” and “sounding board”.