Saturday, June 11, 2011

Ball Slyly Thrust Into Israel's Court



And why do I think this all stinks -- because an official spokesperson for the National Security Council said he can't comment because what Simon said was off the record. Well, at least Wikileaks folks won't get nailed for this one. But isn't it interesting how officials can leak and then claim 'no comment' but when the public succeeds in finding out the truth, all hell breaks loose?

I don't know about you, but from my perspective, reading between the lines tells me that the current U.S. administration is progressively becoming less trustworthy on any matter. But hey, you decide for yourself. Here's the link to the article.


US waiting for Israeli response o... JPost - Diplomacy & Politics


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