Eric Cantor: 'Obama, Stop Bullying Israel!'
After the Biden flap and the inevitable theatrics of an Administration claiming to have been offended by the timing of announcing another 1,600 homes in E.J'sem, as sure as night follows day, pro-Zionist forces in Holy Land II are already warning Obama and co. to take it easy. The
Now if you're a real
And so we have House Minority Whip Eric Cantor phoning White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel on March 15 — asking him to convey to his bosses the message that it is time to ease pressure on
“The administration needs to reduce the level of its rhetoric,” Cantor said in an interview with the Forward, “I don’t think that the notion of us telling
Cantor and several other Republican lawmakers have criticized the administration’s tough stance on
Israelin light of the dispute over the Jewish state’s approval of another 1,600 homes in contested East Jerusalem. Connecticut Senator Joseph Lieberman, an independent, and Senator John [please can we bomb now?] McCain, Republican of Arizona, have also said that the Obama administration was wrong in pressuring Iran . Israel
Cantor said in the interview that he believed that behind the administration’s approach stood an attempt to “curry some favor in the Arab world by bullying our ally.” He added that the administration should ask itself how this policy advances
’s national security interests. America
These factors can serve as root causes of instability or as obstacles to security.
Insufficient progress toward a comprehensive
Cantor is capable of risking WW III if it serves the purpose of an undivided Jewish Jerusalem.
Antony Loewenstein has more, specifically Iran related.