Obama Appeasement Watch: Obama Rewards Hariri Murderers

For those speculating on the next act in the president's ongoing campaign to appease the enemies of America and her allies, the Kuwait News Agency, via today's Jerusalem Post, gives the answer:

Imad Mustafa, the Syrian envoy to the US, said Monday that the Obama administration had lifted the ban imposed on exporting goods to the Syrian Aviation Industry,

In 2002, George W. Bush went to New Jersey, stood before an audience of his fellow Americans and declared that "we will not allow the world's worst leaders to threaten us with the world's worst weapons." 

In 2009, Obama went to Cairo, stood before an audience of foreigners and assured those very same leaders that "[n]o single nation should pick and choose which nations hold nuclear weapons."

And now the second US president never to have met a dictator he didn't like has decided to reward our worst enemy's staunchest ally -- and murderer of Rafik Hariri -- if not with the world's worst weapons, then at least with the world's best airplane parts.
For those speculating on the next act in the president's ongoing campaign to appease the enemies of America and her allies, the Kuwait News Agency, via today's Jerusalem Post, gives the answer:

Imad Mustafa, the Syrian envoy to the US, said Monday that the Obama administration had lifted the ban imposed on exporting goods to the Syrian Aviation Industry,

In 2002, George W. Bush went to New Jersey, stood before an audience of his fellow Americans and declared that "we will not allow the world's worst leaders to threaten us with the world's worst weapons." 

In 2009, Obama went to Cairo, stood before an audience of foreigners and assured those very same leaders that "[n]o single nation should pick and choose which nations hold nuclear weapons."

And now the second US president never to have met a dictator he didn't like has decided to reward our worst enemy's staunchest ally -- and murderer of Rafik Hariri -- if not with the world's worst weapons, then at least with the world's best airplane parts.