Some people may say that the best way of giving an opinion is actually voting, but I'm not going that route, sorry. To do it I'd need an American address and in all honesty I don't have one. My parents have sold their New York home and live in Arizona.
problems for Israel if there would be a Palestinian sic state. Republican candidate for the United States Presidency told the truth about the goal of the so-called "Palestinians."
Mr Romney is shown saying that Palestinians are "committed to the destruction and elimination of Israel".Why should that be considered a "gaffe?" It's refreshing and encouraging that Romney sees the world through accurate lenses, unlike most politicians including Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu who thinks that by bending the truth he is a more acceptable leader. He may be more accepted by the extreme Left Israeli media, but he's not a leader if he follows their lead.
"The Palestinians have no interest whatsoever in establishing peace," he says, adding that "the pathway to peace is almost unthinkable to accomplish".
Why is this statement by Romney considered a "gaffe?" I hope that he stands by it. Now if Romney stands by his very un-pc, aka not politically correct statement it will show guts, the kind of guts the United States and the world need from an American President. But if Romney starts hemming and hawing and diluting it, then he'd be proving himself no more than any other weak politician.
Unfortunately, most politicians running for office are really chasing polls, trying to manufacture campaign platforms to conform to popular opinion polls. That makes them followers, not leaders. That means that they don't have the guts to do what's right. Their aim is to get elected at any cost. This is an international problem. The world is being run by the media, those savvy enough to control the minds of people, yes, very big brother.
|Big Brother's face looms from giant telescreens|
in Victory Square in Michael Radford's
1984 film adaptation of George Orwell's
Is there a world leader to rescue us?