A few hours ago, Sarah Palin published an interesting text on her Facebook page:
The audio recording is 1+ hour long.
Vondra has been the minister for EU affairs, the ambassador to the U.S., and so on. Although he thinks of himself as a loud person, he surely represents the ultimate uncontroversial mainstream in the contemporary Czech foreign policy so you should better not ignore such voices.
I do agree with Vondra and Palin that Obama's foreign policy is enemy-centric. The enemies are what he really seems to care. And he probably wants to make them the best friends of the U.S. That's perverse. Such a policy undermines the friendship with the traditional allies and weakens the vital interests of the U.S. citizens.
Quite genenerally, Czech politicians were recently successful in inventing ideas and promoting slogans and quotes that the conservative U.S. politicians and pundits found worth repeating. Of course, in this respect, Václav Klaus remains the thinker-in-chief.
However, a few hours ago, Karl Rove also wrote the article
speech in the EU Parliament in 2009.