Thursday, August 2, 2012

The undignified hollow man was doing it for the money. The Jewish money!

Thomas Friedman: Romney's visit to Israel was all for Adelson's money

Stop making the Middle East conflict worse for your own political gain, urges NYT columnist of U.S. politicians, 'They can make enough trouble for themselves on their own.'

Mitt Romney speaking in Lansing, Mich., May 8, 2012


Romney's "whole trip [to Israel] was about how to satisfy

the political whims of right-wing, super pro-Bibi Netanyahu,

American Jewish casino magnate Sheldon Adelson," New York Times

columnist Thomas Friedman wrote Tuesday in a new op-ed.

"There are real lives at stake out there," he wrote, "If you're

not going to do something constructive, stay away."

In his column published on Tuesday, "Why Not in Vegas?",

Friedman writes that the Republican presidential candidate's

whole trip to Israel was about money.

Friedman wrote: "Why didn’t they just do the whole thing in Las Vegas?

I mean, it was all about money anyway — how much Romney would

abase himself by saying whatever the Israeli right wanted to hear and

how big a jackpot of donations Adelson would shower on the Romney

campaign in return."

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