Well it didn’t take long for Barry and his people to show their true colors on foreign policy. With the conflict in Gaza reaching almost two weeks, word comes out now that Barry and his people are ready to “talk” to Hamas. Nice, I guess the next thing we know Barry will have Iran, Syria, and Venezuela over for dinner on the night of the inauguration.
Obama promised to do things differently, saying he would even speak to Mahmoud Ahmadinejad if it would help. The one group he seemed least keen to meet was Hamas, placing clear and steep conditions on any dialogue. Indeed in April 2008 he slapped down former president Jimmy Carterfor meeting the Islamist movement. “We must not negotiate with a terrorist group intent on Israel’s destruction,” Obama said. “We should only sit down with Hamas if they renounce terrorism, recognise Israel’s right to exist and abide by past agreements.”
If the latest signals are to be believed, Obama is now ready to soften the edges of those conditions. For those who believe that, whether we like it or not, Hamas is now part of the Palestinian reality and that no peace can ever come unless all the major players on both sides – Israeli and Palestinian – are included, this is a small, unofficial, unconfirmed but welcome move in the right direction.
This quote is from a piece by Jonathan Freedland of the Guardian, and he couldn’t be happier. The libs and the media think that the only way to obtain peace is to “talk” with all sides. Well, the way I see it there are only two sides, the right side and the wrong side; and peace is never won by talking to the wrong side. Peace comes by victory, victory over the enemy. No matter how many flowery words are used, if your on the wrong side you need to be dealt with. Hamas needs to be dealt with, and not at the negotiating table. Hamas needs to be dealt with on the battlefield.
We’re not going to get that with Barry or the Democrats. They are going to reverse Bush policy, which was to isolate Hamas, as fast as humanly possible, even if it’s the wrong thing for the country. They will negotiate with terrorists, they will throw Israel under the bus, and they will do it by saying it is best for the country. Let’s talk to Bin-Laden while we’re at it.
This isn’t funny anymore, it just got really serious. Hatred for George W. Bush has just become dangerous.