Sunday, November 13, 2011

This White House Change Does Not Bode Well.

A pro-Israel advocate on Obama's team is leaving the White House. He says it is for "family reasons" and a promise he had made to his wife. But some of us don't believe that's the whole story. It never is. Trust me, I've been around "executive exits" long enough as a senior Human Resources person to be able to say that with confidence. You can also read it between the lines in the article associated with the link below -- keeping in mind it comes from more of pro-Palestinian press.

What happens next (well, we may have to wait until after the 2012 election when Obama does not need the Jewish vote any longer) -- what happens next will be, I predict, an ever increasing frustrated Obama that puts a lot of pressure on Israel in order to get a Middle East settlement during his next term of office and leave that as his legacy. Good luck getting a second term. That, however, has more of a chance than getting a peace agreement that lasts between Israel and the Palestinians. That just is not in the cards and never will be.

'Israel's advocate' to leave White House - Features - Al Jazeera English

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