“No right of return to Israel for Palestinian so-called refugees.”

Posted on January 01, 2011 in Campaign Statements

"No right of return to Israel for Palestinian so-called refugees.”

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“We will not allow Al Qaeda in our criminal courts”

Posted on January 01, 2011 in Campaign Statements

“We are fighting a war against terrorists, yet we have no jail in which to house terrorists if we catch them because we refuse to utilize our detention facilities at Guantanamo Bay. We have no ability to properly interrogate terrorists because we have removed the CIA’s role in interrogation and reduced our interrogation methods to the Army field manual that is published online for our enemy to see in advance. We shouldn’t give advance notice to our enemy what will happen to them when we catch them. It’s as if the ACLU has displaced the CIA and become the United...

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“We must and we can win in Afghanistan”

Posted on January 01, 2011 in Campaign Statements

“We must never forget that the plot to kill Americans on 9/11 was hatched in the mountains of Afghanistan. As President, my decision to withdraw troops from Afghanistan or Iraq would be based on military considerations and not on turns helping my personal political fortunes. We must and we can win in Afghanistan and we must provide General Allen the resources he needs to win. And we must return to the negotiation table with Iraq so that the peace is preserved there and to seek repayment for the heavy price we paid in liberating the Iraqi people from a brutal...

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“Make no mistake the United States is at war with radical Islamic extremism.”

Posted on January 01, 2011 in Campaign Statements

“We must first acknowledge that the United States is at War. The liberal left would have you believe that we are not. Make no mistake the United States is at war with radical Islamic extremism. The roots of this war grew when we failed to stand by the Shah of Iran and allowed radical Islam to take control of Iran. And the evidence of this war has reared its ugly head in horrific instances over the last few decades.”

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“The death of Muammar el-Qaddafi is good news for the people of Libya…”

Posted on January 01, 2011 in Campaign Statements

“The death of Muammar el-Qaddafi is good news for the people of Libya.  It should bring the end of conflict there, and help them move closer to elections and a real democracy. The United States should work closely with Libya to ensure the transition is successful, and that a stable, peaceful nation emerges.”

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“The United States must remain a firm and steadfast ally for Iraq…”

Posted on January 01, 2011 in Campaign Statements

“I’m deeply concerned that President Obama is putting political expediency ahead of sound military and security judgment by announcing an end to troop level negotiations and a withdrawal from Iraq by year’s end.  The President was slow to engage the Iraqis and there’s little evidence today’s decision is based on advice from military commanders. America’s commitment to the future of Iraq is important to U.S. national security interests and should not be influenced by politics.  Despite the great achievements of the U.S. military and the Iraqi people, there remain real threats to our shared interests, especially from Iran. The United...

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“We need to sanction the Iranian Central Bank…”

Posted on January 01, 2011 in Campaign Statements

“We need to sanction the Iranian Central Bank. That would be one of the most powerful ways to impact the Iranian regime,” Gov. Perry said. “Another option in the region is a no-fly zone over Syria so that nation and Iran understand America is serious about fighting nuclear proliferation and terror in the region. This president refuses to do that and it’s another show of lack of leadership from the President of the United States.”

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“Given the gathering threat posed by…Iran, now is the time to strengthen ties with Israel…”

Posted on January 01, 2011 in Campaign Statements

“In the same week that Ambassador Gutman excused anti-Semitism because of Israel’s refusal to accommodate Palestinian demands, President Obama’s Secretary of Defense ranted that the Israelis must get back to the ‘d*** table’ for negotiations, and his Secretary of State insinuated that Israel’s democracy is less than viable because of gender-related debates between religious and secular segments of Israeli society. The long and ugly history of anti-Semitism has seen all too many episodes of apologists justifying hatred of the Jews. Given the gathering threat posed by the brutal regime in Iran, now is the time to strengthen ties with Israel...

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“I will reaffirm as a vital national interest Israel’s existence as a Jewish state.”

Posted on January 01, 2011 in Campaign Statements

“As President, my policies will be very different. I will travel to Israel on my first foreign trip. I will reaffirm as a vital national interest Israel’s existence as a Jewish state.”

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“Obama has immeasurably set back the prospect of peace in the Middle East.”

Posted on January 01, 2011 in Campaign Statements

“These actions have emboldened Palestinian hard-liners who now are poised to form a unity government with terrorist Hamas and feel they can bypass Israel at the bargaining table. President Obama has immeasurably set back the prospect of peace in the Middle East.”

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