Archive for March, 2015

It was a Republican who first said that politics stops at the water’s edge. That Grand Old Party is long gone, replaced by one asserting the same name, but having no other resemblance.

How else to explain a party that would invite a foreign leader to interfere with domestic politics at the highest levels – where war, peace and national security are debated?

Netanyahu’s interference can be seen as possibly in his own interests – but the recklessness of our own Congress inviting foreign interference in our most sensitive national deliberations is hard to fathom and impossible to forgive.


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