Lo, Rep. Poe, Prime Minister Netanyahu Did Not Say "Nyet" To The President

May 25, 2011 4:19 pm ET

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Why does Rep. Ted Poe (R-TX) think Prime Minister Netanyahu speaks Russian instead of Hebrew?

Transcript (from Rep. Poe's website):

Mr. Speaker, in a failed attempt to play Solomon, the President has decided to split the nation of Israel in two. He wants Israel to give away more land to the Palestinians in the name of peace. Israel has a history of giving up land and still has no peace.

The President's proposal would make Israel a land it could not defend. Prime Minister Netanyahu has said "nyet" to the President.

Where does the United States get the omnipotent power to tell any country it should give away part of their sovereign land? What if Netanyahu told us that the United States should divide up our land and swap it among our citizens? We would not stand for such.

The conflict between Israel and the Palestinians must be resolved between the two groups. The U.S. Government should not take the side of the Palestinians over our ally, Israel. Such action lacks wisdom and shows contempt for the people of Israel.

And that's just the way it is. 

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