..but there is some real meaning in what he says. You don't have to be tagged a "radical right" to believe such things, I really believe those of us in the "middle" believe in his underlying message. If you read between the lines of rhetoric, you may find it comforting to know that there's a candidate that undeniably supports the State of Israel. As an American living in Israel, it's refreshing after the last 3 years of the Obamacare.policy. Ever since Obama took over office, his ME policy was simply the appeasement of the Arabs, which in itself is a form of hypocrisy - take some time to digest and think about this before making any premature comments. Don't fault Perry for having the guts to say what many of us already think and believe , that: 1. Embassy should be in Jerusalem (aleph ,.. bet) 2. 1967 borders are not realistic. For those of you who live in Israel like myself, let's not forget that Israel is the only ME democracy that historically has had to defend itself time after time against our neighbors that would like nothing but to destroy the Jewish state.
Police disperse hundreds in brawl in Kafr Manda, northern Israel (Haaretz)
from the article: Texas Governor Rick Perry: Like a Likudnik