By the way, George W. Bush didn’t visit Israel until the last year of his second term. And can you guess how many times Reagan visited as President?[/quote]
Neither Bush, nor Reagan, is on the ballot. Only Romney and Obama.
Romney has not only visited Israel, but met with our equivalent of President (and didn’t make him walk out the back door by the trash). He even visted Sderot and saw the damage from rockets.
Little trivia: Romney and Netanyahu worked at Bane together.[/quote]
I have no doubt that Romney is committed to Israel, and I do believe that if commitment to Israel is a voter’s top concern, Romney is probably the logical candidate.
But I don’t think it’s exactly fair to predict a complete abandonment and consequent nuclear war if Obama is reelected.[/quote]
I wouldn’t be so quick to declare that one. The more Obama appeases Israel’s enemies the more emboldened they become the great the chance that they will try something. Such as Syria building a nuclear weapon.
Obama began his administration with an apology tour and has gone down hill ever since. Treating foes like friends and friends like foes.
This will never lead to anything good.
You believe that Obama wouldn’t act if Iran were to attack Israel in an open, conventional war?[/quote]
I believe with Obama as President there is a greater chance that one of Israel’s foe’s would actually try!
Get it yet?