Latest update: October 26th, 2012
While we have nothing but heartfelt sympathy and concern for the tortured residents of Louisiana and the other Gulf states, we must remain steadfast in terms of our dismay with – and vigilance against – a misguided foreign policy.
Recent domestic setbacks will hopefully convince the administration to focus more on the crisis in the Gulf of Mexico and other vital American interests and less on some apartments in Ramat Shlomo. As midterm elections loom, Americans will be watching closely.
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