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White House slams Romney’s statement on Jerusalem

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A White House spokesman noted that Mitt Romney’s calling Jerusalem the “capital of Israel” contradicts U.S. policy over several successive administrations.

The spokesman, Josh Earnest, said Romney might want to explain his comments publicly, according to the Jerusalem Post.

“It’s the view of this administration that the capital is something that should be determined in final status negotiations between the parties,” Earnest said in a news briefing July 31, according to the Post.

Palestinian groups also harshly criticized Romney for the remark, made in a policy speech given in Jerusalem July 29.  — jta


Posted by Frank
08/04/2012  at  04:36 AM
Throwing Israel under the bus

Obama is willing to throw Israel under the bus just in order to make a cheap attack on Romney.

How many times can Obama flip-flop on Jerusalem? When first running for President Obama told Jews in no uncertain terms that as far as he is concerned, “Jerusalem will remain the capital of Israel and it must remain undivided.” He then quietly reversed himself - and attacked Israel. But whenever it suits him, he pretends to be a friend of Israel.  He is not. If he wins re-election, he will have tremendous “flexibility” to increase his attacks on Israel, and allow Iran its nuclear weapons.

Obama is the most anti-Israel president in history, and he has unilaterally changed the foreign policy of America to be an aggressive opponent to Israel.  Every American Jew and friend of Israel should watch this video before voting:

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Posted by Frank
08/04/2012  at  04:41 AM

The full video begins here:

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Posted by Dan Spitzer
08/07/2012  at  11:17 PM
Frank, You are Indeed a Broken Record; Worst of All...

you are oblivious to the fact that readers other than perhaps your fellow Tea Party sympathizer Craven, are laughing at your futile attempts to promulgate (I know, you need to look the word up) propaganda…

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