Peter King: Obama Should ‘stop Apologizing’ For Nsa

(Photo: Jim Watson, AFP/Getty Images) Tags Iran SHARE 67 CONNECT 56 TWEET 16 COMMENTEMAILMORE While Iran’s nuclear program, Syria’s chemical weapons and the peace process between Israelis and Palestinians remain priorities, President Obama and his team appear to be developing a lower key Middle East agenda. “We can’t just be consumed 24/7 by one region, important as it is,” said National Security Adviser Susan Rice in an interview with The New York Times. Rice, who is heading up a Middle East policy review at Obama’s direction, said: “He thought it was a good time to step back and reassess, in a very critical and kind of no-holds-barred way, how we conceive the region.” That could mean less emphasis on Egypt, which remains under military rule, as well as nations like Libya, Tunisia and Yemen. Former Vice President Dick Cheney, speaking on ABC’s This Week, said he is concerned that the Obama administration will “pivot to Asia,” and short-change the Middle East at a critical time. “I know that our friends in the region are worried,” said the Republican vice president to President George W.

Is the US to be a kind of hectoring NGO, lecturing friends and detractors alike for not being more like Americans? And just what is the US trying to accomplish with Russia? Can it identify ways to cooperate with this difficult, undemocratic state, in order to address issues of mutual concern? It is time for a tour dhorizon from Obama. His administration still has three years to go, and the world is waiting, watching, and, frankly, wondering. Project Syndicate, 2013 Christopher R.

Sent! A link has been sent to your friend’s email address. 3 To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs This story is part of Barack Obama David Jackson, USA TODAY 10:29 a.m. EDT October 27, 2013 President Obama (Photo: Win McNamee, Getty Images) Tags Barack Obama SHARE 5 CONNECT 29 TWEET 3 COMMENTEMAILMORE A new cable network targeting young Hispanics has a special guest for its opening day on Monday: President Obama. Fusion — which describes itself as a “news, pop culture, and satire TV and digital network,” and is a joint venture of view ABC News and Univision — announced Sunday that Obama will be a guest on “AMERICA with Jorge Ramos” at 7 p.m. Monday.

“And the French are someone to talk. The fact is, they’ve carried out spying operations against the United States — both the government and industry,” King said. “As far as Germany, that’s where the Hamburg Plot began, which led to 9/11. They’ve had dealings with Iran and Iraq, North Korea — the French and the Germans, other European countries.” Aaron Blake covers national politics at the Washington Post, where he writes regularly for the papers Post Politics and The Fix blogs. A Minnesota native and graduate of the University of Minnesota, Aaron has also written for the Minneapolis Star-Tribune and The Hill newspaper.

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Get this in your head: SOCIALISM WILL BE DESTROYED. October 27, 2013 12:31 pm at 12:31 pm | Magister This just in: Obama is filthy and corrupt. Film at eleven. October 27, 2013 12:32 pm at 12:32 pm | Gurgyl @rick McDaniel, see medicaide is state, Medicare is federal. Of welfare, think giving to our people is much better than War spending in Iraq, Afganistan, 30 billion yearly to Pakistan.

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