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The Editors review Obama’s much-hyped speech on the Arab Spring:

In typical Obama style, though, he didn’t acknowledge Bush’s contribution or his own change. He seemed rather to suggest that he is the one who reoriented American policy toward the region’s reformers. “Already,” he pronounced at the outset, “we have done much to shift our foreign policy following a decade defined by two costly conflicts.” In his telling, America’s move toward democracy promotion began with his Cairo speech, which dealt with the topic almost in passing. 

And Deroy Murdock warns conservatives not to get fooled by Jack Davis, tea-party impostor, in NY-26.


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