C’est notre ami le sénateur john mccain qui recueille les oiseaux tombés du nid.
“Sen. John McCain has hired Elizabeth O’Bagy, the Syria analyst in Washington who was fired for padding her credentials, The Cable has learned. She begins work Monday as a legislative assistant in McCain’s office.
…”Elizabeth is a talented researcher [NDLR: donc une chercheuse d'or à talons?] , and I have been very impressed by her knowledge and analysis in multiple briefings over the last year,” McCain told The Cable in a statement. “I look forward to her joining my office.” McCain’s office said there would be no further comment on the matter.”
Mais ne regardez pas les commentaires, ils ne sont pas intéressants du tout.
ancien cv d’obagy à l’institut de la guerre:
Position:Senior Research Analyst
Elizabeth O’Bagy is a Senior Research Analyst at the Institute for the Study of War, where she focuses on Syrian politics and security. She is in a joint Master’s/PhD program in Arab Studies and Political Science at Georgetown University and is working on a dissertation on women’s militancy. Prior to joining ISW, she received the Critical Language Scholarship to study Arabic at the American School in Tangier, Morocco, and studied Arabic and political science at the American University in Cairo, Egypt. She holds a bachelor’s degree in the Arabic Language and Arab Studies from Georgetown University.
nouvelle page sur le même site:
The Institute for the Study of War has learned and confirmed that, contrary to her representations, Ms. Elizabeth O’Bagy does not in fact have a Ph.D. degree from Georgetown University. ISW has accordingly terminated Ms. O’Bagy’s employment, effective immediately.
Reste à savoir quand pourra-t-on les marier.
C’est le même mccain qui est triste que la guerre n’ai pas encore commencé alors que son popcorn est encore tiède:
(CBS News) Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., said he was “deeply disappointed” on the terms of the agreement reached to head off an American airstrike against Syria. The U.S. and Russia struck a deal late Thursday, and ahead of that development Secretary of State John Kerry told CBS News’ Scott Pelley the U.S. would not insist on an explicit use of force against Syria as part of the resolution to force Syria to give up its chemical arsenal.
In addition to his disappointment regarding the terms of the agreement, McCain said, “The Russians have said consistently that they will not enact meaningful repercussions against Syria if they fail to comply” and added “I know for a fact the morale of the Free Syrian Army is at an all-time low.”
“They feel abandoned,” he said, “and I’m very sad” that there will be “no repercussions for the 1,400 that were killed by sarin gas.”
Nous aussi, mais pas pour les mêmes raisons.