As to which John Kerry we should believe on Israel just look at whom he wants to deal with when it comes to defending his own country.
The idea of individual liberty (non-intrusive government) has fallen by the wayside among modern liberals in favor of a belief that the state has a duty to do good.
How can it be that an inheritor (a spiritual leader no less) of Judaism, the religion that brought to humankind the awareness of a single, unique G-d, has such issues with prayer?
The president's war against the despots in Iraq and Afghanistan has had many encouraging consequences, as it convinced Libya and Iran, both enemies of the State of Israel, to come clean about their advanced programs for nuclear and chemical weapons.
Dear Professor R,You claim that it is unfair of people to accuse you of being anti-Israel, and all the more so of being an anti-Semite.
While it might still be possible for some to pretend that Palestinian Authority leader Yassir Arafat's Fatah movement is a peace partner, no sane or honest person can harbor the same illusion about Hamas.
Attempts to coddle them in the hope that they will finally "get it" and cut themselves free of Middle Age barbarism are naive.
When any nation attempts to fight terrorism with Geneva Convention principles and rules of war or law, it becomes a big bad joke.
If there is a hell, then you can bet that Sheikh Ahmed Yassin is roasting there now.
Maybe Kerry is just hoping to keep the Republicans so off-balance and on the defensive that his own history will never emerge as a real campaign issue, not even his numerous votes against defense spending but for higher domestic spending with increased taxes?
Wake up, Mr. Dershowitz. Your liberalism offends my sensibilities because it assumes that everyone on the other side of the political road is infected with gullibility, whereas it is a sickness inherent on the Left.
It wasn't only their words; it was the hatred in their eyes.
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"Due to recent setbacks," he began, "we must take a radically new approach. For our model, I've chosen a small country that, like us, has had to fight against large and hostile rivals: Israel."