President Obama's foreign policy preferences are becoming clear. He is happy to bow to the King of Saudi Arabia, to shake hands with and accept an anti-American book from Venezuelan president-for-life Chavez, sit through an anti-American tirade by Nicaraguan president Ortega, and look forward to getting together with Russian prime minister Putin, but not to meet with Israeli prime minister Netanyahu. Good thing we got that straight! (Thanks to Jihad Watch.)
At least Obama's consistent. This story matches last month's one about Israeli chief of staff Ashkenazi being denied access to U.S. cabinet members.