You are troubled by Obama expressing his feelings, but you should be more troubled by Obama expressing his policy - which is that Israel's policy on building in E. Jerusalem is a roadblock which Israel should remove. You should be further troubled by many Americans, including many American Jews, who agree with Obama's policy and who are frustrated with Israel's refusal to cut a deal on Jerusalem. Your troubles should increase geometrically when you realize that Israel's position has made the U.S. less likely to support a hardline Israeli policy on Gaza. That's what happens when you kick your friends in the shins: they're less likely to be around when you need them. Hang tough, Cipora, because it always works. Worked for Israel in 722 B.C.E. against the Assyrians, worked for the Zealots in 73 C.E. and it worked for Bar Kochba a couple of generations later.
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