3 thoughts on “Freeman Appointed National Intelligence Council Chair – Tikun Olam תיקון עולם إصلاح العالم
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  1. Opposing Chinese democracy and cosying up to Saudi dictators is basic US foreign policy, so Goldberg is really barking up the wrong tree here.

  2. Approval of Freeman for NIC at least redeems Obama a bit after his choice of Dennis Ross to cover Iran policies. But not much. It just seems to this observer that Obama is not his own boss and will do anything his superiors tell him to do. The Lobby is apparently still calling the shots on Middle East policy. Alas.

  3. As a child, I often used to visit my grandfather A”H in California. That was when I got my first glimpse at TV commercials – a then-non-existent phenomenon in Israel. There was one commercial that I can still vividly remember today. It was an ad that lavished praise on a Toyota pick-up and ended with a man jumping up in joy while the chorus sang:
    “Oh-ho-ho-ho what a feeling — Toyota!”
    (You have to sing it with the tune, otherwise it doesn’t really come across…)
    On this appointment (but not on others) we can sing the same, just substitute ‘Obama’ for ‘Toyota’.

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