John Kerry's Inner Frenchman Peaks Out.
Syria has influence with Iraqi Sunnis, and some leaders of the Sunni-led insurgency are believed to be living there. Kerry has criticized the Bush administration for refusing to engage with Syria and Iran, as was recommended by the bipartisan Iraq Study Group.
Kerry acknowledged that Syria's influence with Sunni insurgents is limited "but it can create mischief as it has been." He said discussions with Syria were important because of Damascus' involvement in a range of regional issues, including Lebanon and the Palestinian areas.
Boy what is this with all the eye problems the Democrat senatorial caucus is having? Don't they have a vision plan in their senatorial medical insurance plans? They can't be going to Syria because they think their talk will solve the problems in the Middle East, no can't be, can it?
Just a little advice to Bashar Assad. The senators you are talking with do not have the final say when it comes to foreign policy.