The NY Sun reports:
— An expert adviser to the Baker-Hamilton commission expects the 10-person panel to recommend that the Bush administration pressure WASHINGTON to make concessions in a gambit to entice Israel and Syria to a regional conference on Iran . Iraq
Via Mark Levin.
Time will tell whether this report is accurate, but to anybody who is familiar with the career of James Baker, who famously said, "F— the Jews, they didn't vote for us anyway," it shouldn't come as a surprise that he would be willing to sell out our staunch ally
Even if I take off my pro-Israel hat for a moment and put on a "realist" hat, it's hard to see such an approach as having a reasonable chance of success. Does anyone think that
The one thing that should be said is that President Bush has proved himself an unabashed supporter of Israel, probably the most pro-Israel president in the nation's history. So, until we know more about what's in the Baker-Hamilton report and receive White House reaction, Bush has earned the benefit of the doubt.
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