House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's trip to Syria sparked a high-profile clash with the White House yesterday, with President Bush criticizing her for potentially undermining U.S. foreign policy.
Bush's administration, asserting that Syria has aided terrorists and played a significant role in destabilizing the Middle East, has reined in its dealings with the country's government.
Commenting on Pelosi's visit, Bush said, "We have made it clear to high-ranking (U.S.) officials, whether they be Republicans or Democrats, that going to Syria sends mixed signals."
Pelosi, who arrived in Syria yesterday and plans to meet with President Bashar al-Assad today, is the most prominent U.S. official to travel there since the administration rolled back diplomatic ties in early 2005. ...
Perhaps pelosi can visit the mullahs in Iran to complete her voyage. It would be grat if she exchanged herself for the 15 Royal nay hostages. The dems are really into surrender. I guess the ghost of Neville Chamberalisn is alive and well and lives in the heart of the dems.