December 18, 2004

A Man of Peace?

"As things stand, Sharon is the only one in Israel who can take the courageous step toward peace."

Hosni Mubarak, in a recent interview to Der Spiegel. He sees a Palestinian state by the end of Bush's second term in 2008.

Posted by Gregory at December 18, 2004 05:56 PM
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Look to see if any of these Senators may have a constituent who is angry about being passed over for CofS. Remember that the last two successful Cof S were from SpecOps. This one from the retired list. Too many senior officiers backed the Clintonista plan that gutted the active force but increased the number of Flag positions. If they kept their mouths shut they had a better chance of making GO then ever before. The placed their career plans above the good of the country and it now has come home to roost. Rummy is cleaning house. Several of the GOs named to be on the short list for CofS removed themselves because of past problems, ie DWI. The others were too hide bound and parocial like Shinseki and the Artillery and Armor Mafias.

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