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Published: Friday, Nov. 16 2012 12:21 a.m. MST

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Tekakaromatagi
Dammam, Saudi Arabia

Teh rocket hitting Tel Aviv is a bad news. The technology gap between Israel and the Palestinians is shrinking. Israel should quit while they are ahead. Make peace with the Palestinians, withdraw to the 1967 borders. If they set up an economic union with the Palestinians, they have effectively made a separate peace with the Palestinians and excluded Iran.

twells
Ogden, UT

What a surprise! It is almost as if because of the recent US election that Hamas knew the time to strike Israel was now! The only stable country in the region is now under attack by those that want Israel destroyed. The Arab Spring has turned out to a nightmare. Maybe Americans will wake up and start to study what is behind the agenda of the Muslims in this region.

JWB
Kaysville, UT

Remember that Venezuela, Iran, and Cuba were great supporters of the Obama campaign and winning the election. They aren't national security threats as they are only small countries and with the Director of the CIA fell out of his position as a General and Director of the CIA, we should not have to worry about national security. The President has cut off the Al Quaida as a strong power and they only had 10 elements of that militia in Benghazi the day the terrorist raid attack on our defenseless Consulate when the CIA Annex was only blocks away.

Why was our Ambassador at the weakest spot in Libya that day, 9/11, with a security force to protect him when he had identified that weakness earlier and 2 attacks had already occurred.

Where is our nation's resolve? Electing a President that doesn't know national security and what freedom really means.

I am grateful he was a born citizen and that he really knows the Constitution as a Constitutional lawyer and he raised his hand to defend it against our adversaries. He will do that same process again in two more months. I wonder if he will be invited to Oslo?

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