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Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Giuliani rips Obama on Israel

Former New York Mayor and Republican Presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani ripped Democratic Presidential candidate Barack Hussein Obama's ambiguity on Israel in an interview with the New York Post in Denver on Tuesday (Hat Tip: Memeorandum).
"There's no question he's ambiguous about" his stand on Israel, Giuliani said, citing specifically that Obama said months ago before a Jewish political group that he supported an undivided Jerusalem, and later aides clarified it.

"I think that his position in dealing with the issues that are important to Israel, like they are important to me in America, is -- (the) best and kindest thing you can say is, ambiguity," he said, clearly referring to security.

Giuliani added it's "of grave concern. It either comes from deeply held views that he has or lack of experience, one or the other. But in either case he's too close to the presidency not to have formed views about this that don't require having to explain it two or three different times."
Ambiguity is a charitable way of putting it. As on many other issues, Obama has flip-flopped so many times that it's hard to tell what he believes and what he's saying to get himself elected. But with Israel, there are more grounds for suspicion. Obama's stream of anti-Israel advisers makes it difficult to believe that he is truly committed to Israel's security.


At 4:26 PM, Blogger Unknown said...


Maybe he'll become McCain's VP.


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