I have often wondered if she is constrained by the presidential administration she is currently serving under. I have longed to hear her (or any US official) say something regarding the Mid East Conflict that does not give the impression that the USA is operating effectively as Israel's lawyer. I need to hear someone speak the way Jimmy Carter has spoken. Or George Mitchell as he spoke regarding Settlement Construction in the Mitchell Report. Or James Baker, when he famously said "when Israel is interested in peace, she should call the White House (and then publicly gave out the number)". We need a presidential speech that offers a progress report on what each side has promised to do in previous agreements, and what parts they have not done. Americans need to hear what is right and what is legal, and what is not. Then we need a clear message from the President on how the Quartet intends to complete the peace process by September whether Israel likes it or not. That message should reflect points from James Baker's report "Getting to the Territorial Endgame of an Israeli-Palestinian Peace Settlement".
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