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Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s Remarks at USAID Conference

July 14, 2010

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Secretary Clinton’s remarks at the USAID Conference on Transforming Development through Science, Technology and Innovation on Wednesday.

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. thomas permalink
    July 15, 2010 5:31 am

    Thanks!

  2. HillaryFan permalink
    July 15, 2010 5:32 am

    A natural public speaker. Too bad Obama can’t use her to get his overall domestic message out because he is NOT connecting with the American people right now.

  3. Steve permalink
    July 15, 2010 5:36 am

    The state department didn’t make the video available of her speech the other night with Jewish Community groups or whatever it was?

    This administration is in full pander mode for the midterms. Guess what? Obama’s not going to see any movement in mideast peace because Bibi is just dragging his feet and obstructing progress hoping the Democrats lose Congress (not that that matters since most are in the pocket of the Israeli front group AIPAC) and that Obama loses in 2012 so he doesn’t have to give one in to the Palestinians.

    Here in Israel it was just announced they are going to completely raze Palestinian homes to build Jewish ones in East Jerusalem beyond the Green Zone- totally illegally under international law and guess what? Basically, Israel is ethnically cleansing Jerusalem. I’m so proud of my people. Not.

    • July 15, 2010 5:43 am

      Yeah, I saw that in Haaretz.

      It’s really shameful that Israel is allowed to violate international law every second of every day, all the while pointing its finger at everyone else. And meanwhile, any gains that were made in the Muslim world have been rolled back thanks to the tireless lobbying of AIPAC and groups like them.

      It’s too bad, because Israel will be much less safe in the long run as a result of the self-defeating policies of so-called “pro-Israel” groups like AIPAC.

      I read an article (who knows if its true) in the JPost that said Bibi reports his plans to build settlements to AIPAC- he runs it by them instead of the POTUS or State Dept. And yet it’s politically incorrect to point out the obvious- that AIPAC are agents of a foreign government who are allowed to totally cross every conceivable ethical line- lines that no other foreign countries lobbying groups could cross, simply because they are Israel. Whenever Bibi doesn’t get exactly what he wants from the WH he just works around them and goes directly to Congress, who are more than willing to do Bibi’s bidding rather than that of their president. I posted an article here from Haaretz and the commentator was basically telling Bibi to cut that out because it undermines the trust between Obama and Bibi.

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