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Relations between the two administrations hit a new low when Netanyahu openly supported Republican candidate Mitt Romney in the US presidential administration. Romney is a longtime personal friend of the Israeli PM. Netanyahu welcomed Romney to Israel during a campaign visit to the country, and also appeared in Republican campaign ads. Most American Israelis also favored the Republican candidate. Of the roughly 80,000 who voted from Israel, four in five voted Romney, RT’s Slier says.
Several critics now argue that Netanyahu gambled for Romney and lost, and that his decision may have damaged US-Israeli relations.
Originally posted by CALGARIAN
So if Obama is run by the Puppeteer bankers, (which I don't believe), then why doesn't he give Israel the green light to attack Iran (which doesn't have a "globalist bank")
You know the MORE I hear out of the news and reviewed on ATS. I'm starting to think the system is just flawed, but there are no 10 people calling orders (even if it trickles down through the CFR and Trilateral Commission etc)
Originally posted by SLAYER69
It's called having an Epiphany...
Welcome to the real REAL world.