Skip to comments.RJC Calls on Obama to Explain Former President's RolePresident Jimmy Carter
Posted on 03/31/2009 11:37:27 AM PDT by Nachum
Washington, D.C. (March 31, 2009) - The Republican Jewish Coalition (RJC) today called on the Obama administration to disclose the role of former President Jimmy Carter in advising the administration on critical foreign policy issues.
RJC Executive Director Matthew Brooks said, "In an in-depth article in the April 6, 2009 issue of The New Yorker, investigative reporter Seymour M. Hersh states that Carter has met with President Obama to discuss foreign policy, and that the administration was aware of Carter's trip to Syria in December 2008. Carter is calling for broader U.S.-Syrian relations.
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The List, ping
RJC? Where do they have their meetings? In a telephone booth?
They have to ask? He’s the new Capitulation Czar.
Actually, it is two telephone booths.
For the next four years, we can pray for our ally and friend, Israel.
I heard O received 3/4 of the Jewish vote. I wish they had understood his agenda more before election day. At this point, we have 4 year of this administration. It’s already been the longest 3 months in politics that I can think of. You’ve been busy, you probably agree.
American Jews hold the same contempt and disdain for Isreal as Opossum does.
I keep hearing that, but for some reason, it doesn’t want to register. ...deep sigh
Anti-Semitism will reach heights not seen since Hitler under Obama.
It is like the ancient Chinese curse: "May you live in interesting times".
I have been busy indeed, and it has been very interesting.
LOL, the way you put it is very funny. I’m glad you can have a sense of humor in the midse of this. THanks again for all of your pings and your hard work. It is not in vain, I promise you.
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