He's for an immediate pull-out, apparently. He and Norman Finkelstein:

Now, naturally, it would never for a moment compromise Freeman's objectivity that his self-declared political opinions are wildly at odds with those of the administration he sought to join.  Nor is there anything even slightly unseemly about a candidate for such a position publicly stating preferences that would immediately put him at partisan odds with the President.  Nor, of course, need we wonder at the fact that Freeman found himself politically at home with a conspiracy theorist like Finkelstein.

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