7 thoughts on “Hialeah City Hall Beckons, Mr. Fernandez”

  1. I freaked out when I found that he has been a sort of “regular” on al Jazeera; then he really steps on it big time with his last commentary.

    May I suggest that his appointment another affirmative action blunder on parade. Hispanic or not, he should get his lily-white *ss dragged out of the Staet Dept.

    Imbecil commie.

  2. Stop the press. U.S. policy in Iraq isn’t arrogant and stupid. Say the course hasn’t run its course.


    US State Department mouthpiece Alberto Fernandez issued a statement tonight saying he’s sorry for condemning American “arrogance and stupidity” in Iraq … Okay. But like I said, it was where and how he chose to criticize Iraq policy–in Arabic on the terrorist propaganda network, al Jazeera, right after a terrorist spokesman called on jihadis to bring America to its knees.

    Malkin is as focused on what insurgents/terrorists are thinking instead of Fernandez’s intended audience: average Iraqis stuck between choosing sides or dying, and a few Muslim states worried about a Kurdish irredentist movement.

    Al Jazeera is Fernandez’s best shot at reaching the most Muslims. To quote a moderately conservative poster elsewhere, Fernandez’s assessment is wrong because we “didn’t really try to do our best. The actual occupation, after the invasion, was ill-considered and mismanaged at the get-go”.

    I can think of a second and third State Department official that could use a pink slip by Malkin’s high standards. Or is the real problem the elephant in the room: the fact that we have no meaningful political support in the Middle East and we refuse to risk our oil import quotas?

  3. The “blood for oil” crowd’s still out in full force.

    Then again, Halloween is just around the corner …. boooo

  4. I’m not surprised … he’s “left-over” from the previous administration … ready and willing to sabotage the present administration … after reading about Mr. Fernandez, I believe he meant what he said on Al Jazeera.
    The following is from an earlier piece on Fernandez:

    “Though his candor may get him in trouble with some right-wing critics, he believes that honest interactions with the Arab public are the only way to start improving America’s image abroad. “Maybe [my critics] are ideological automatons, but I’m not,” Fernandez said. “All I have to say is, thank God they don’t speak Arabic.” (Source: Ocnus.net 2006)

    I wish you well 🙂 Melek

    “A distinguished diplomat could hold his tongue in ten languages.” ~ Unknown

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