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    Re: Israeli official suggests Boehner misled Netanyahu on Congress speech

    Quote Originally Posted by TheDemSocialist View Post
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    It seems that some Israeli officials allied to Bibi are stating that he was "mislead" into accepting the invitation. They state Bohner claimed that this was a move supported by both sides of the aisle in Congress, but it is increasingly looking like it was not. However Hanegbi stated that Bibi will not be rescheduling, or canceling his speech he plans on giving to congress. [/FONT][/COLOR]
    He is ducking and weaving. Bibi ain't that stupid- well he was stupid to accept the invitation.
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    Re: Israeli official suggests Boehner misled Netanyahu on Congress speech

    Quote Originally Posted by TheDemSocialist View Post
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    It seems that some Israeli officials allied to Bibi are stating that he was "mislead" into accepting the invitation. They state Bohner claimed that this was a move supported by both sides of the aisle in Congress, but it is increasingly looking like it was not. However Hanegbi stated that Bibi will not be rescheduling, or canceling his speech he plans on giving to congress. [/FONT][/COLOR]
    We were mislead on Obamacare too. Can we just cancel it now?

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    Re: Israeli official suggests Boehner misled Netanyahu on Congress speech

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    Re: Israeli official suggests Boehner misled Netanyahu on Congress speech

    Bibi will speak. Libs will pout.

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    Re: Israeli official suggests Boehner misled Netanyahu on Congress speech

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    Bibi will speak. Libs will pout.
    They'll pout anyway. I just hope the speech is televised because the public is interested.

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    Re: Israeli official suggests Boehner misled Netanyahu on Congress speech

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    Israeli official suggests Boehner misled Netanyahu on Congress speechErod, TDS, Pete, quit the flaming (in the former case) and trolling/baiting (in the latter cases).

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    Re: Israeli official suggests Boehner misled Netanyahu on Congress speech

    Quote Originally Posted by TheDemSocialist View Post
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    It seems that some Israeli officials allied to Bibi are stating that he was "mislead" into accepting the invitation. They state Bohner claimed that this was a move supported by both sides of the aisle in Congress, but it is increasingly looking like it was not. However Hanegbi stated that Bibi will not be rescheduling, or canceling his speech he plans on giving to congress. [/FONT][/COLOR]
    You mean the Democrats don't support Israel?

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    Re: Israeli official suggests Boehner misled Netanyahu on Congress speech

    Quote Originally Posted by Erod View Post
    They simply understand that we've elected a buffoon who seeks to ruin our relationship with our closest ally on the planet.
    Really? That explains why Netanyahu's re-election bid is in jeopardy.

    The speech is set weeks before Israel’s own elections, which Netanyahu is in danger of losing. It also comes as congressional Republicans seek to pressure the Obama administration to take a tougher line in negotiations with Iran over its nuclear program.

    Netanyahu is widely expected to use the address to Congress to call for sanctions against Iran, which the administration argues could submarine the delicate negotiations.

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    Asked if the speech would be postponed or canceled, Hanegbi said, "What would the outcome be then? The outcome would be that we forsake an arena in which there is a going to be a very dramatic decision [on Iran].”
    Anyone who thinks this was anything other than a strategic move by Republicans (Boehner) and Netanyahu to garner support from the Jewish community both foriegn and domestic, AND place Netanyahu on the world stage using the U.S. Congress as his podium to speak tough to the world-at-large (re: Jews and Christians) against anti-Israeli aggression (Iran) is just fooling themselves. Unless you've checked out on world history you missed the part where prior to 9/11 their most formidable enemy in the ME was Iraq. Thus, it's very clear what Beohner and Netanyahu were trying to do: garner support for Netanyahu on the world stage and show that he's tougher on radial Islam from the ME than the U.S. President.

    Spkr Boehner knows he was wrong and now the rest of the world knows.
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    Re: Israeli official suggests Boehner misled Netanyahu on Congress speech

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    You mean the Democrats don't support Israel?
    Greetings, JoG.

    "Let me make it clear that we will never turn our backs on our steadfast friends in Israel, whose adherence to the Democratic way must be admired by all friends of freedom. " John F Kennedy November 9, 1959

    When Soviet Premier Aleksei Kosygin asked President Lyndon Johnson why the United States supports Israel when there are 80 million Arabs and only three million Israelis, the President replied simply; "Because it is right." June 1967 (during the Cold War)

    "The special relationship between the United States and Israel still stands, Our total commitments to Israel's security and our hope for peace is still preeminent among all the other considerations that our Nation has in the Middle East ... But there need be no concern among the Israeli people nor among Jews in this country that our Nation has changed or turned away from Israel." Jimmy Carter May 26, 1978

    Three former Democrat Presidents speaking above. Then along comes some of the current crop of Dems in DC who want to boycott Prime Minister of Israel Netanyahu's speech! Let them - they won't be missed!

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