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Surprise: Obama reverses course, chooses engagement with Sudan
Oct 17, 2009 8:01 PM by Allahpundit 57 Comments » | 1 Trackbacks
That’s a peace prize.
SPREAD THE WORD.
ANOTHER BROKEN PROMISE FROM OBAMA: WILL CODDLE SUDAN'S GENOCIDAL TYRANTSUPDATE: WE SCOOPED MEMEORANDUM AND EVERYONE ELSE IN THE ENTIRE BLOGOSPHERE ON THIS.
OBAMA'S WORD SHOULD MEAN JACK-SHIT BY NOW TO EVERYONE; NYTIMES:
The Obama administration has formulated a new policy for Sudan that proposes working with that country’s government, rather than isolating it as President Obama had pledged to do during his campaign.
In an interview, President Obama’s special envoy to Sudan, Maj. Gen. J. Scott Gration, retired, said the policy, to be announced Monday by Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, would make use of a mix of “incentives and pressure” to put an end to the human rights abuses that have left millions of people dead and displaced while burning Darfur into the American conscience.
... During his campaign, Mr. Obama criticized the Bush administration for doing too little to stop what has been widely condemned as genocide.
... the new administration policy is likely to ratchet up an already vociferous chorus of criticism from Capitol Hill, the capital of southern Sudan and elsewhere.
In advertisements and letters to the White House, legislators, activist groups and Sudanese rebel leaders have accused Mr. Obama of abandoning his promises to make Sudan a priority from his first day in office and to stand tough against President Bashir, who was indicted this year for crimes against humanity by the International Criminal Court.
APPARENTLY, THERE'S NOT A GENOCIDAL TYRANT WHOSE GENITALS OBAMA WON'T ORALLY STIMULATE.
IF THE TYRANT IS A MUSLIM AND THE GENOCIDE IS ANTI-CHRISTIAN, THEN ALL THE BETTER - APPARENTLY.
IN THIS REGARD. OBAMA IS A LOT LIKE DHIMMI CARTER.
WE ARE THE BEST - THE BIGGIES SUCK COMPARED TO US!
WE SCOOPED THE ALL - EVERY EFFIN' ONE OF THEM:
Washington Post:In Shift for Obama, U.S. Settles On Modulated Policy for Sudan — After lengthy debate, the Obama administration has settled on a policy toward Sudan that offers a dramatically softer approach than the president had advocated on the campaign trail — but steers clear of the conciliatory tone advocated …RELATED:Tony Romm / The Hill:
White House to shift strategy on Sudan
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