Editor of the Weekly Standard, New York Times columnist, and neo-conservative icon, Bill Kristol said that Obama and McCain do not differ on their Israel and Iran policies.
Obama and McCain don't actually differ, at least on paper, even on Iran, where they're arguing about whether they would talk to [Iranian President Mahmoud] Ahmadinejad or not -- and I think that's an important dispute. Still, at the end of the day, Obama doesn't say he would rule out the use of force. McCain certainly is committed as he said this morning to trying to increase economic pressure on Iran, which Obama has also talked about. Click here to read more
This is the latest in a string of prominent McCain supporters revealing the truth about where Obama stands on these issues. Republican Jewish Coalition (RJC) Executive Director, Matt Brooks, admitted that Senator Obama has a good voting record on Israel. He said, "Obama's voting record on issues related to Israel has been 'fine' during his three years in the Senate.” Click here for more on this
On May 9th, Senator Lieberman said he had “no doubt” that Senator Obama is committed to maintaining very supportive role of the United States, as far as Israel is concerned. Here’s the excerpt from the transcript:
BLITZER: Do you have any doubt about Senator Obama's commitment to maintain a very supportive role of the United States, as far as Israel is concerned?
LIEBERMAN: I have no doubt about that.
When will the half-truths, lies and innuendos that are being spread about Obama and Israel stop? Enough is enough.