This is how a truly sincere public servant speaks when referring to the President of the United States on foreign policy:
Appearing at the Aspen Institute in Washington, D.C., Friday evening, Rice said, "Nothing in this president's methods suggests this president is other than a defender of America's interests."
It is, frankly, the difference between former Republican administrations and Democratic administrations. Failed President Jimmy Carter was the first in recent years to break the traditional courtesy of choosing to not go down the path of criticizing a sitting President, regardless of party. He chose to criticize both Bill Clinton and George W. Bush while they were governing the nation. Then Bill Clinton tiptoed into the fray as George W. Bush was in office. We have simply come to expect no personal integrity from Democrats at this level. How sad.
Carter is a bitter old man still unable to face the facts that he is a poor excuse for a President. He was never able to overcome his defeat at the polls. And, Bill Clinton? Well, he is too insecure of a human being to leave the stage. Even now he is campaigning around the country for Democrats facing tough re-election bids. Democrats want you to be diverted to attention on ole Bill, not on Obama.
There is no hope for change in this new tradition when Obama leaves office. As a Senator, he lead the disgraceful "General Betrayus" campaign at the bidding of George Soros' moveon.org so as to secure the Democratic nomination for President. He is a small man and behaves as such.