I am staunchly pro-Israel, and I know that anything a politician utters in the midst of a campaign (especially presidential) can be taken with a grain of salt. Their positions change directions like a metronome. I don't vote, so I don't really care what they say for political reasons, but I do try to read into their words. One may learn what is really in a politicians heart (besides getting votes) by what they say, where they say it, and how they say it. Then find out how soon a specific position changes, or under what circumstances, and one can surmise their real position, if any, on any particular subject.
Zbigniew has been a meddler on a global scale. He is a self-proclaimed adviser to Obama, and it appears that he intends to be so whether the Obama campaign likes it or not. He may not necessarily be looking for a place in an Obama administration as much as he is looking to influence the appointment of a particular 'friendly' to a specific position in the administration. All administrations carry this type of baggage. Nothing really new.
As for impeaching "W"; open borders is as good a reason as any for me.