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Rand Paul Embraces Israel

He feels a “kinship” with the Jewish state.
By Eliana Johnson

If there’s any doubt that Rand Paul isn’t his father’s son on the issue of Israel, that trip and his posture afterwards should have ended it. He returned to the U.S. to tell Breitbart News, “Absolutely we stand with Israel. What I think we should do is announce to the world — and I think it is pretty well known — that any attack on Israel will be treated as an attack on the United States.”


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It seems like

It seems like the only way to better your chances of being elected in office is to kiss AIPAC's ass.

Notice how candidates who don't receive lobby money by AIPAC have little to no chance of winning?



America should stop living in sin

Israel and the U.S. have been in bed together so long, they should get married. Either make Israel the 51st state or move the U.S. capital to Jerusalem already. I don't understand the rationale of "we stand together, but we stay apart".

I am not the least bit

I am not the least bit shocked or surprised.

Larry in North Carolina
The only thing necessary for evil to triumph is for good men and women to not support Ron Paul!