Skip to comments.Obama considers Jim Jones for top security job: report
Posted on 11/20/2008 6:14:35 PM PST by Chet 99
CHICAGO (Reuters) U.S. President-elect Barack Obama is leaning toward selecting retired Gen. James Jones as White House national security adviser, ABC News reported on Thursday.
Jones is among several candidates under consideration for the job, which coordinates foreign policy throughout the administration.
James Steinberg, who was deputy national security adviser in Bill Clinton's administration, is also a candidate for the job.
The ABC report said Jones had emerged as the leading candidate for Obama, who is said to value his advice and likes the idea of hiring someone for the job with more than four decades of active military experience.
ABC also said that retired Adm. Dennis Blair was the top candidate to be the director of national intelligence.
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LOL Oh boy. Grape Kool aid for all.
It comes full circle...
Just a few days ago I was comparing Hussein to Jim Jones. Now Hussein appoints him to a cabinet position.
There’s bound to be trouble when Jones starts calling us out for the White nights.
November 18, 1978
They have a lot in common, they were/are both Marxists community leaders, who pretended to be Christians and started cults of personality dedicated to their own worship.
(FYI: For those of you not up on Nicaraguan history, there is a good reason why the Nicas laughed their a-ses off when they heard that "William Walker" was being sent by the Americans: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Walker_(soldier))
Why isn’t Obama hiring that Suck Up Pro, Gen Wesley Clark.
Ole Wes, just can’t seem to get a break
OMG, lol. I thought this was satire when I read the title.
It was Flavor-Aid, you philistine
A quick scan of his bio reveals nothing too alarming. With Obama, I would have expected Calypso Louie as the NSA. At least he picked someone credible. Does anyone know anything about this man which makes him unacceptable?
I had to do a double take.
LAO (Life After Obama)
I'll panic when we have national Kool-Aid drinking day.
Seriously no, I don’t see anything alarming about the guy but I do wonder what takes him to the top of the list. After all, Weasley Clark looks good on paper.
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