“Some Jewish communal leaders suggested…that the Museum’s moral authority had been hijacked for a partisan re-writing of recent history.”
“The message is that America doesn’t want to lead.”
“This method bears the signature of the regime, and that is what has allowed us to establish its responsibility in this attack.”
“These sweeping sanctions target the scientific support center for Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad’s horrific chemical weapons attack…”
“the presence of the surveillance drone over the hospital couldn’t have been a coincidence…”
“It’s a complete indictment of Obama.”
“unconditional support is not possible in this current world”
“The view that it’s an al-Qaeda or rebel stockpile of Sarin that’s been blown up in an explosion, I think is completely unsustainable”
“At least 37 children and ten women were among those hospitalized…”
“Bashar Assad is still crossing Barack Obama’s ‘red line,’ a U.N. investigation has found.”
“From a humanitarian standpoint I’d love to help, but we have our own problems.”
Plus, he once saw a red line this big …
“A lot of the rap is unfair, but certainly in the Middle East, there’s an assumption he’s not tough.”
Red lines and ultimata.
Cold War II?
“We know a lot less than we did six months ago about where the chemical weapons are.”
“It has to be real. It has to be comprehensive. It has to be verifiable. It has to be credible.”
“He just cannot do it, and I don’t know what it is.”
“President Obama now asks us to be allies of Al Qaeda.”
One’s fine with no conviction, the other not so much
Donations for endorsements?
It’s all in the translation, you know.