Yesterday, Senator John McCain suggested that former President Bill Clinton be appointed as an envoy for the Middle East.
Well, I suppose we can be grateful that McCain didn’t suggest Jimmy Carter for the job.
But let’s not forget that Arafat was practically a house guest at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue during Clinton’s two terms in office and still Arafat walked away from peace talks at Camp David in 2000.
Now I’m not blaming Bubba for Arafat’s actions. Arafat didn’t want peace with Israel in 2000 and the Palestinians, be they Fatah or Hamas, don’t want peace with Israel today. It doesn’t matter who we send over there.
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