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Ahmadinejad’s Fatal Mistake By Daymond Duck On Monday September 22, 2012, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad stood before the United Nations General Assembly and addressed the issue of the Zionists (His term for the Israelis). He arrogantly declared that the Israelis have “no roots” in the Middle East and they “represent minimal disturbances that come into the picture and are then eliminated.” The next day, Republican presidential candidate, Mitt Romney, called Mr. Ahmadinejad a “voice of unspeakable evil.” Concerning this important issue, it must be said that Mr. Romney was right on target. The Bible contains a magnificent anthem called the Song of Moses (Deut. 32:1-43). It begins with God calling upon the heavens and the earth to listen to the words of His mouth (Deut. 32:1). He soon says, “Remember the days of old, consider the years of many generations: ask thy father, and he will show thee; thy elders, and they will tell thee. When the Most High divided to the nations their inherit ...
President Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney hold their first debate Wednesday from the campus of the University of Denver. Watch for all the latest coverage from the election. Today's programming highlights... 9:00 am ET -- The final day of debate at the United Nations General Assembly begins in New York. Representatives from Syria, Cuba and North Korea are expected to speak. 1:00 pm ET -- Vice President Joe Biden makes remarks at the Mine Resistant Ambush Protected Program Transition Ceremy at the Pentagon. 7:50 pm ET -- GOP vice presidential candidate Rep. Paul Ryan kicks off a two-day “Real Recovery” bus tour on the campus of Loras College in Dubuque, Iowa. 9:15 pm ET -- GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney speaks at a rally for supporters at a museum in Denver. Live is your home for breaking news as it happens.
"As world leaders gather at the United Nations General Assembly in New York, President Obama and the first lady gathered with the women of the daytime talk show,“The View,” sadly choosing show business over the business of foreign relations. Leadership is about priorities, what does this say about the priorities of our president?" / Mitt Romney
Gov. Mitt Romney is stepping up his campaign-trail criticism of President Barack Obama‘s outreach to Arab Islamist groups, even as polling concerns prompted the president to truncate his high-profile Sept. 23 visit to the United Nations General Assembly. Obama’s claim that recent riots and unrest in the Middle East “represent bumps in the road is a very different view than I have,” Romney in a Sept. 24 ABC interview. On Sept. 23 Obama claimed the Middle East riots and attacks, and the rise of Islamist groups, are “bumps in the road” toward a hoped-for Arab democracy that Obama promised in 2009 while announcing his much-touted “new beginning” policy. The “bumps” gaffe was accompanied by Obama’s claims that Israel is only “one of our closest allies” and that he would ignore “noise” from the Middle East during the election race. The “noise” remark was widely understood to refer to Israel’s requests for stronger action against Iran’s nuclear development program. White Hou ...
How does Obama really feel about Israel? UPDATE 9:32 p.m. EDT: The White House denied late Tuesday that President Barack Obama had snubbed Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu by rejecting his request for a meeting when he comes to the annual United Nations General Assembly in New York in late September. A spokesman confirmed an Israeli news reports that the two leaders would not meet but cited the president's uncertain and hectic election-year schedule. "Contrary to previous press reports, there was never any request for a meeting between the Prime Minister and President in Washington, nor was this request ever denied," U.S. National Security Council spokesman Tommy Vietor told reporters by email. (Obama and Netanyahu later spoke by telephone for an hour "as a part of their ongoing consultations," the White House said. "The two leaders discussed the threat posed by Iran's nuclear program, and our close cooperation on Iran and other security issues. President Obama and Prime Minister Netanyahu reaffi ...
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