"The US media and pundits repeatedly talk about how badly Romney wants to be president, that he would do or say anything to reach the White House. Seekers of America's highest office always had to visit Israel as part of their election campaign. And pandering to a certain constituency is certainly not restricted to any one party. However, it is always important to remind seekers of US presidency that people around the world, and certainly in Israel and Palestine, are not political pawns or subject of clever statements."
"These are strange times....Like a juggling fiend, Washington produces some invisible documents from an old laptop obtained from an imaginary person; the invisible information is then metamorphosed into a series of serious threats for global security and waters the roots of animosity towards and fear for the Islamic Republic while Israel, the main game player which pulls Washington's strings, possesses a huge arsenal of over 300 nuclear warheads, test fires nuclear capable missiles with a range of 10,000 kilometers and can target not only Iran but Russia and China and many other countries as well does not become a source of angst in the world."
"...Egypt is facing a new political crisis. The parliamentary elections, both in the way they were run and in their results, were far too removed from fairness, competitiveness, and the essence of democracy to generate a legislature that can effectively monitor the executive branch. Consequently, the newly elected People's Assembly is bound to lack genuine popular legitimacy and to shed negative light on how the ruling establishment will stage the upcoming presidential elections in 2011."