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GOP Convention platform was drafted by AIPAC
Say goodnight, America as you are no longer the United States of America but the "United States of Israel."
Say goodbye to any pretensions about peace, justice and liberty, since the Jews have taken over completely both the Democrat and Republican party's.
Say goodbye to any chance or hope for peace in the Middle East, with Israel and AIPAC calling the shots. There will be more wars and to to get the juices flowing, also say goodbye to some mid-size American city, that will come under attack by elements of the Jewish intelligence group and hotbed of assassins, the MOSSAD and by elements in our own government that helped Israel pull off the false-flag of 9/11.
Say goodbye to freedom of speech, since any criticism of that racist and apartheid, Jews only state of Hate, Israel, will become VERBOTEN.
Doesn't matter if you vote for Joe "I'm a Zionist" Biden's party or Sarah "I wish I was a Jew" Palin's party, both party's have been blessed by the terrorists occupying Palestine, the Zionist Mafia.
Sources familiar with the formation of the platform say the language dealing with Israel and fighting anti-Semitism was drafted in consultation with the American Israel Public Affairs Committee and other Jewish groups.
The platform echoes AIPAC’s position on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, calling for a two-state solution but placing the onus on the Palestinians to take several key steps and calling on nearby Arab countries to play a more constructive role. It also declares support for “Jerusalem as the undivided capital of Israel and moving the American embassy to that undivided capital of Israel.”
Both McCain and Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.), the Democratic nominee, have said that the status of Jerusalem ultimately would be decided in negotiations between the two sides. McCain has pledged to move the embassy to Jerusalem right away—a promise that the Obama campaign rejected, essentially calling it a lie.
The GOP platform calls for the isolation of Hamas and Hezbollah and vows to maintain Israel’s qualitative edge in military technology over its enemies—all positions shared by Obama and McCain.
In several contexts, the platform stresses the need to combat anti-Semitism—on university campuses, in Europe and across the world—and declares that “discrimination against Israel at the U.N. is unacceptable.”
It says that Iran cannot be permitted to obtain nuclear weapons, calls for a “significant increase in political, economic, and diplomatic pressure” on Tehran and insists that the United States “must retain all options” in dealing with the situation.
Without naming Obama, the platform draws a contrast with the Democratic nominee’s previously stated willingness to meet with the Iranian president. It states: “We oppose entering into a presidential-level, unconditional dialogue with the regime in Iran until it takes steps to improve its behavior, particularly with respect to the support of terrorism and suspension of its efforts to enrich uranium.”
AIPAC also praised the meeting.
” We had a good, productive discussion on the importance of the U.S.-Israel relationship, and we were pleased that Gov. Palin expressed her deep, personal and lifelong commitment to the safety and well-being of Israel,” the group’s spokesman, Josh Block, said in a statement.
“She expressed her support for the special friendship between the two democracies and said she would work to expand and deepen the strategic partnership between the U.S. and Israel.”
Block also praised the Democratic ticket.
“Now that both the Democrats and the Republicans have determined their respective tickets, AIPAC is pleased that both parties have selected four pro-Israel candidates,” he said. “In so doing, they have reaffirmed the broad bipartisan support that exists in our country for a strong U.S.-Israel relationship.”