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Noviembre 28, 2008

Bienvenidos al mundo real (II)

El lobby judío está encantado con la elección de Hillary Clinton como secretaria de Estado. Razones no les faltan.

But since becoming senator, she's been a persistent critic of Palestinian media and schooling, an issue that has traditionally been swept under the rug by the State Department and a central argument the Israeli right has used to warn against the delusions of the Oslo process. (...)

She had resoundingly rejected the idea of negotiating with Hamas; she has endorsed the security fence; and she supported a resolution sponsored by Senators Kyl and Lieberman that urged the White House to designate Iran's revolutionary guard as a terrorist organization, a measure opposed by both Obama and Biden. These stances have won many fans among pro-Israel hawks. "Senator Clinton's track record during her years in the senate has been outstanding," says Malcolm Hoenlein, the executive vice chairman of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations.

A estas alturas del partido, nadie tiene derecho a escandalizarse por que un miembro destacado del Gobierno de EEUU sea proisraelí. Todos lo son. ¿Pero dónde está el cambio con tanto personal de los tiempos del otro Clinton? Obama (AKA Barack XIV) tiene la respuesta. El cambio soy yo:

But understand where the vision for change comes from first and foremost. It comes from me. That’s my job, is to provide a vision in terms of where we are going and to make sure that my team is implementing it.

Bola extra: revistas para un futuro obamita.

Posted by Iñigo at Noviembre 28, 2008 07:19 PM

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