November 28, 2010

This oughta be good

Via Ace: Wikileaks to reveal Obama opinions of world leaders.

With some 2.7 million communications from the US State Department about to be published online, Mr Obama is bracing himself for revelations that would not only be embarrassing but could also seriously damage his foreign policy.

Thousands of these documents are believed to be diplomatic cables from Washington to the US Embassy in London, including brutal assessments of Gordon Brown's personality and cold-eyed judgements of David Cameron's capabilities.

The ramifications for Mr Obama could be enormous. With his popularity flagging at home, one of his remaining political strengths has been his high standing abroad - assiduously cultivated in a series of speeches in which he apologised for past US actions and promised a kinder, gentler America. (Link.)

Is this why the Dept. of Homeland Security is going all-out seizing domain names?

Posted by Hube at November 28, 2010 07:47 AM | TrackBack

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How about that elbower!!!!

Posted by: cardinals fan at November 28, 2010 09:43 AM

Think his game was at Fair Blue!

Posted by: Hube at November 28, 2010 10:53 AM