The Junior Senator from Illinois has been trying to rehabilitate his foreign policy this week. In an obvious political move, he “fired” one of his Anti-Jew Crew , Robert Malley for meeting with Hamas (he refused to bash Carter for doing the same thing). If Senator Obama didn’t know that Malley was tied into Hamas he was the only one in the world. Now he sends another adviser, Susan Rice, to say that Obama never said he was”willing to meet “unconditionally” with Mr. Ahmadinejad. Sorry Ms Rice, but that’s just another lie for the Obama Campaign:

More Lies And Distortion From The Obama Campaign
In yet another New York Times advocacy “article” for Obama, this one trying to explain away the fact that the terrorist group Hamas prefers Obama for president, Susan E. Rice, an Obama foreign policy adviser tells a whopper. Incredibly, Rice had the audacity to claim that Obama isn’t “willing to meet “unconditionally” with Mr. Ahmadinejad:

Mr. McCain and his surrogates have repeatedly stated that Mr. Obama would be willing to meet “unconditionally” with Mr. Ahmadinejad. But Dr. Rice said that this was not the case for Iran or any other so-called “rogue” state.

This is simply a bald face lie. At the CNN/YouTube Democrat debate last July, Obama was asked if he would be willing to meet, without precondition, during the first year of his administration with the leaders of Iran, Syria, Venezuela, Cuba and North Korea. Obama’s answer was simple and direct, “I would.” That’s much different from the fabrication put forth by Rice. Read on. So no one claims I am taking what Obama actually said out of context the transcript of the debate is available here and following video is the entire question and answer:
How long will the admittedly Obamamania infected mainstream media Obama and his campaign get away with these continuing attempts to rewrite history by lying about what Obama has said as well as distorting the truth about what Senator McCain says? There cannot be a serious and meaningful debate about the important issues facing the nation as long as Obama refuses to be honest about what he and Senator McCain actually say on the issues. McCain has called for a civil and respectful campaign. It’s too bad Obama chooses to continue to campaign with his deceive-and-distort politics