Skepticism, Anger Greet Bush in Middle East
President George Bush is headed to the Middle East for a nine-day visit to press the peace process and to try to convince his Arab allies that Iran remains a threat to regional security. But the U.S. leader will be greeted by widespread skepticism in the Arab world, where public opinion polls show he remains unpopular. VOA Middle East Correspondent Challiss McDonough has more from Cairo.
McCain Attacks Obama's Foreign Policy
Calling Barack Obama naïve and inexperienced, John McCain sharpened the Republican criticism that President Bush alluded to earlier today. “Why does Barack Obama want to sit down with a state sponsor of terrorism?” McCain asked today, referring to Obama’s willingness to negotiate with Iranian President Mahmud Ahmadinejad. “What does he want to talk about with Ahmadinejad, who said that Israel is aObama criticizes McCain, Bush on appeasement talk
WATERTOWN, S.D. (AP) - Barack Obama rebuked Republican rival John McCain and President Bush for "dishonest, divisive" attacks in hinting that the Democratic presidential candidate would appease terrorists, staunchly defending his national security credentials for the general election campaign.
Obama responded Friday to Bush's speech to the Israeli Knesset in which he spoke of the presi