Obama’s “private” prayer? Not quite:
Ma’ariv issued a response Sunday, saying that “Obama’s note was published in Ma’ariv and other international publications following Obama’s authorization to make the content of the note public. Obama submitted a copy of the note to media outlets when he left his hotel in Jerusalem. Moreover, since Obama is not Jewish, there is no violation of privacy as there would be for a Jewish person who places a note in the Western Wall.”
Baldilocks is Saving Obama School in Kenya, since he totally forgot them.
Steve Lonegan has filed a suit against Governor Corzine, the State of New Jersey and the Economic Development Authority, to block the sale of $3.9 Billion in EDA bonds on the grounds they are being sold without voter approval.
Could anyone possibly believe that Iran’s agreeing to meet with the six nations followed by its rejection of their demand to halt its nuclear development was anything other than a deceptive buying-of-time in its race to join the nuclear club before Israel (with or without US support) launches airstrikes against its nuclear facilities in the narrowing window of opportunity before the as-yet unknown political environment following US elections in November?
But Brian believes ‘Jad when ‘Jad says, “Don’t worry yourselves needlessly.” Bobby McFarrin couldn’t have put it better. Perhaps Brian’s been reading Doug Ross (which, by the way, reminds me of Chavez’s military. No wonder they’re buddies.)
Jeremayakovka sends a PDF file of the breakdown of Chilean democracy under Salvador Allende. History repeats itself, now in Venezuela.