November 5, 2007 - You should feel reassured. The potential for and future of peace between Israel and the so-called "Palestinians", as it were, now rests in "good" hands. If you believe this, then I'd be happy to sell you a tropical, summer retreat in Tobolsk. The best interests of Israel, as well as her national security, have now been rendered unto the advice and insight of former pro-Israeli "stalwarts", with proven track records as peace envoys in the Middle East, such as Henry Kissinger, James Baker, Bill Clinton, and, you guessed it, Jimmy Carter.
Earlier last week, Dr. Rice invited Carter to the State Department for the purposes of discussing the current state of affairs concerning the facilitation of peace between Israel and the "Palestinians", as well as to gather "tips" from the former president whose most recent book, "Palestine: Peace not Apartheid" has been labeled as "controversial" as it is "anti-Semitic". Would "Jimmy Carter" not be the very first name that popped into your mind when seeking the advice of an objective, competent authority on the subject of Middle East Peace?
Read: "Middle East Peace: Condoleezza Rice and Jimmy Carter"