As each presidential candidate makes public their medical record to show eligibility for the rigors of the office, we believe each candidate should also make public the names of the people who will run their foreign policy. Ahead of time. Before we vote. On that note, if candidate Joe Biden intends to hire John Kerry, Robert Malley, or Ben Rhodes, we are voting for Donald Trump. The lying and cheating don’t harm US-Middle East interests as much as reprehensible men with deplorable ideas do.
The corruption of Trump dissipates quickly from our conscious if the next administration selects foreign policy experts in love with the mass murderer Baschar al-Assad, or the violent Ayatollah Khamenei. They will find a way to clean their slates, embrace their terror, and even marry their daughters, nieces, or sisters to their sons and nephews. No, thank you. Better Trump than the three love musketeers.
Therefore, while we vote for a commander-in-chief, we have an urgent need also to know the source of his influence. Ahead of time. Especially in the case of Joe Biden.
With so many independents crossing into the Biden camp, who previously voted for Trump, asking Biden to disclose his top foreign policy choices before November 3 is more than sensible and logical
BIDEN WORKED WITH ALL THREE
Because candidate Biden has worked with all three during his tenure as Vice-President in the last administration, we have the right to know if he is going to hire them. Ahead of time, or before November 3. Candidate Biden needs to fill the positions of Secretary of State, National Security Advisor, and his envoy to Syria before November 3 elections. Why? Because our vote for him hangs in the balance.
Winning candidates usually disclose their selections for top cabinet office holders and heads of agencies after winning an election. Ditto moronic. We want their names before we vote for that candidate. This should be the norm going forward because of the complexities of running the country.
We are as certain that other Middle East wonks who care about any number of countries in the region would agree with us. In fact, we can think of many brainy American Jews who would want to know as well. With so many independents crossing into the Biden camp, who previously voted for Trump, asking Biden to disclose his top foreign policy choices before November 3 is more than sensible and logical.
Who will walk the walk, and talk the talk with Biden by their side teetering at age 77?
You get our drift. More siesta time means more delegation of responsibilities and decision-making to the very few. And since we did not vote for John Kerry, Robert Malley, or Ben Rhodes, we need to know if Biden intends to turn his foreign policy into the murky waters we witnessed during the miserable Obama years. Red line and all.
For us, no disclosure means automatic Trump vote.
The difference between bad and horrible is the same as between befriending Matt Lauer or Jeffery Dahlmer
THERE IS BAD AND THERE IS HORRIBLE
Trump may be the baddest man, but his tail does not involuntarily pivot between his legs at the sight of trouble. Yes, we are talking to you Mr. ex-President. No Syrian-American wants to witness again the horrors of your the last five and a half years in Office. The chance of a repeat increase exponentially if Biden hires these three love musketeers.
The difference between bad and horrible is the same as between befriending Matt Lauer or Jeffery Dahlmer. There is no sleeping with Dahlmer. Likewise, there is no sleeping with Kerry, Malley, or Rhodes. They will fling at you one policy after another in support of the butcher of Damascus and the terrorist Khamenei faster than a western gunslinger. By the time you realize the implications, your skin is already folding unto itself.
So Joseph Robinette Biden Jr., please confirm to us whether you are considering John Kerry, Robert Malley, or Ben Rhodes in any position of power with regard to Middle East policies. Before we vote, and not past November 3.