lost can say any nasty thing he believes about the current administration, but
his pining for the good 'ole days of 2008 is pretty amazing. Most Americans
saw it differently. GWB certainly didn't leave office with the country
better off than when he arrived.
George,still having problems with math? 2013 - 7 is 2006, not 2008, as
5 not 7, sorry, long day.
@lost in DC"Power might never apologize for America, but her
boss has."funny you would mention 2008 isn't that when this
failed rhetoric dates back to, how has it worked for the GOP the last 7 years?
atl134,I hope you are right concerning Power, but I have learned to trust
nothing the BO cabal or anyone they nominate says.If those are
really her views, she won't last long in the BO misadministration
@lost in DC"those are just words she used to placate conservatives.
they will mean nothing if she is confirmed. "They aren't
just words. These positions of hers have annoyed a decent number of liberals and
she's had them for years. She's too much in favor of military
intervention for my taste and she's too agreeable with everything Israel
wants. Israel's an ally, but that doesn't mean we should agree with
all of their policies, like their settlement expansion.
Power might never apologize for America, but her boss has. America needs to
apologize for her boss.The UN is used to leadership coming from
Washington, but there has not been a leader in the WH since 2008.atl134those are just words she used to placate conservatives. they will
mean nothing if she is confirmed. we know the truth is not even a minor
inconvenience to the current misadministration.
"President Barack Obama's choice as U.N. ambassador acknowledged
Wednesday that the United Nations was unlikely to take decisive action soon to
halt Syria's civil war, and she pledged to work to eliminate what she
termed the organization's anti-Israel "bias.""Heh,
that is really going to mess with the narrative some people have about our
interactions with Israel...