Notice his choice of words

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  1. RichJ


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    Jan 26, 2009

    TEL AVIV, Israel -- Vice President Joe Biden has opened a high-profile speech in Israel with warm words of praise for the Jewish state.
    Biden appears to be trying to calm a diplomatic row that erupted during his visit over Israeli settlement plans for disputed east Jerusalem.
    The vice president told the audience at Tel Aviv University on Thursday the U.S. has "no better friend" than Israel. He also spoke about his long connection to Israel.
    Earlier this week, Biden condemned Israel's plan to build 1,600 new homes in disputed east Jerusalem, saying it undermined trust in peace efforts.
    Israel has apologized for embarrassing Biden, but not backed down from the construction plan.
    Biden is in Israel to help restart peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians.

    Biden said that the USA has no better friend than Israel. Well duh? Of course we don't. Do we need to reinforce ourselves of that to an Israeli audience?

    What he didn't say, and should have said, is that Israel has no better friend than the USA. In my opinion that has two totally different meanings. Does it not?
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  2. G33

    G33 Frisky! CLM Millennium Member

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    With G29
    Biden and Obama are liars.
    Jews know it.
    Run along.