Candidates and Israel

I have a piece on B. Hussein Obama and his anti-Israel stances (in light of recent news, perhaps I should also mention his anti-American stances?) that I have been neglecting to post for quite some time. It will come soon. Hold your horses. But I have a recently read a very interesting quote from a top Clinton aide on Clinton (had tip to seemingly liberal blogger AmericanGoy who was quite upset with this announcement.)
Here is Ms. Lewis’ quote:

“The role of the president of the United States is to support the decisions that
are made by the people of Israel. It is not up to us to pick and choose from
among the political parties.”

This was said in retort to an Obama representative firing off several incredibly defensive jabs about Obama’s “enemies” accusing him of anti-Semitism. All baseless, of course, since his Pastor only believes that Israel is guilty of state-sponsored terrorism against…well, terrorists (read Palestinians). So obviously we should all trust Obama’s unquestionable loyalty to Israel.

And apparently the libs are in an uproar over this statement. Why? Of course Israel has the right to defend itself. And we, as a nation that values liberty and freedom, should not only respect that, but encourage it, when it defends itself against the evils of muslim fanatical rule. Even McCain’s rep didn’t express such strong words. He did, however, say that he promised to never “push Israel,” which I assume to mean that McCain would not coerce Israel into giving up land, or into an unfair “peace” arrangement, etc. Which makes me more comfortable than his past rhetoric on Israel’s need to back off some of their positions.

B Hussein Obama, on the other hand, has said he will meet with President Ahmadinejad of Iran, and possibly with leaders of other militant Islamic terrorists groups and discuss peace. This tells us a whole heap about his alleged support of Israel. If the enemy of my enemy is my friend, then surely the friend of Israel’s enemies, is also an enemy of Israel.

Our choice between Obama and Clinton will be over long before the November elections, and I’m not certain that there exists a discernible difference (at least judging from public statements) between Clinton and McCain on the topic of Israel. However, I cannot encourage anyone who loves and supports Israel enough…flee from B. Hussein Obama. He will be an enemy of God’s chosen people…and that certainly makes him an enemy of Christianity (if his pastor shouting G**D*** America from the pulpit wasn’t enough to convince us of that).

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