"In an effort to ingratiate our country with the Arab world, this administration has shown a troubling eagerness to undercut our allies and friends.”
“While it condemns Israel, the administration continues to ignore a host of Palestinian provocations that undermine prospects for peace in the region. Where is the outrage when top Fatah officials call for riots on the Temple Mount? Why does the Palestinian Authority get a pass when it holds a ceremony glorifying the woman responsible for one of the deadliest terror attack in Israel’s history? Surely, the Administration’s double standard has set back the peace process.”
Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, the leading Republican on the House Foreign Affairs Committee, charged that the Obama government’s condemnations of "an indispensable ally and friend of the United States…undermine both our allies and the peace process, while encouraging the enemies of America and Israel alike.Well, that's because Senator, Marack isn't interested in peace. He's interested in Israel committing suicide. Once you get your head around that you'll be perfectly fine.
She noted that President Obama has taken "softer approaches" towards the Palestinian Authority, Syria and Iran.
Senator Sam Brownback’s office stated, “It' is hard to see how spending a weekend condemning Israel for a zoning decision in its capital city amounts to a positive step towards peace."
Ya know, attacking Israel's sovereignty over her capital isn't exactly a smart play, especially considering that the mid-term elections are coming. Democrat politicians are facing enough heat over the healthcare fiasco. How exactly are they going to sell the notion that it's okay for the United States to attack an ally while appeasing, training, funding, and arming the terrorists that are attacking that ally? Someone's teleprompter might commit suicide...again.
Of course, when this is the shining moment of your presidency, the thing to do might be to stop kissing your terrorist pals' asses, and at least try to look interested.