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Boehner says US must be strong partner for Israel

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  • AmPatriot Taylorsville, UT
    Sept. 18, 2011 6:37 a.m.

    Once again Obama is being challenged by his foreign policy bungling. Obama is intent on destroying democracy and its power, even in Israel.

    Good for Boehner showing Israel that we still support them.

  • Brother Chuck Schroeder A Tropical Paradise USA, FL
    Sept. 18, 2011 7:46 a.m.

    Can you believe that, Boehner says the U.S. commitment to Israel should be stronger now as the American ally faces challenges to its existence in the volatile Middle East. Has he told them to that they get no more entitlements from the US, (that really is the United Nations), because Republicans say the president isn't forceful enough on behalf of Israel, and political questions have been raised on whether the GOP can capitalize on their oil to for the Koch Brother's?. Sorry, I just can't trust what he says or does anymore, with a approval rate of less then 6 percent.

    We could wait and see, in the mean time worry more about other thing's, like this.

    Just look at the headlines

    Poll: More Americans believe world is warming
    Arctic sea ice coverage second lowest on record
    Vast ice island set to break off Greenland glacier
    That CO2 warming the world: Lock it in a rock
    Greenland glaciers show record losses

    Like it or not, these are my truthful views, not yours. And none of these comments will be found to be abusive, offensive, off-topic, misrepresentative, more than 200 words, just the truth.

  • The Politics of Listening A Tropical Paradise USA, FL
    Sept. 18, 2011 7:52 a.m.

    Boehner says the president isn't forceful enough on behalf of Israel, come on now, first off that's Hillary Clinton's job, not Obama's, Boehner just can't get his fact's straight can he now?. I guess he's hidden his head in the sand, with a approval rating in Congress at 6% and droping lower, and can't think right in the dark?.

  • Rifleman Salt Lake City, Utah
    Sept. 18, 2011 1:22 p.m.

    When Jewish Democratic voters in New York's 9th House District crossed over party lines to vote for Bob Turner they were sending Obama a message that he needs to support the only friend we have over there ..... unless you consider Syria and Iran to be our friends.

    Obama got the message but it is the same old story; Too little too late.