Skip to comments.The limits of US power
Posted on 10/26/2012 7:10:21 AM PDT by Former Fetus
Monday's US Presidential debate on foreign policy came and went. And we are none the wiser for it. Not surprisingly, at the height of the campaign season, neither US President Barack Obama nor his Republican challenger Governor Mitt Romney was interested in revealing their plans for the next four years.
The question for Israel now is whether any of this matters. If Romney is elected and adopts a new policy towards Iran, what if any operational significance will this policy shift have for Israel?
This then brings us to the question of where will Iran's nuclear weapons program likely stand by next summer?
But when we consider the political realities of the US in the event that Obama is reelected or in the event that Romney takes the White House it is clear that Israel will remain the only party with the means such as they are -- and the will to strike Iran's nuclear installations. Israel is the only country that can prevent this genocidal regime with regional and global ambitions from acquiring the means to carry out its goals.
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Fortunately we know how it will end, with an awesome Israeli victory.
Does anybody know how to say "God bless Israel in Hebrew?
You should speak to your brethren here in the US about who they should vote for - your very survival may depend on it.
LOL! I am an American Evangelical, not an Israeli Jew. That said, I agree with the rest of your statement.