Israeli Army Poll: Bibi should cancel March 3rd US-Congress speech.

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47% - cancel speaking before the US Congress on March 3rd.
34% - don't cancel
margin: cancel +13%


Nearly half of Israelis want PM to cancel Congress speech -- poll The Times of Israel


Nearly one in two Israelis believe Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu should cancel his March 3 address to the United States Congress amid heightened tensions between the White House and Jerusalem, an Army Radio poll on Monday showed

However, more than half (63 percent) also insisted that whether or not Netanyahu goes ahead with the address will not affect their voting choices.

According to the survey of 509 respondents, carried out by Millward Brown, some 47% say Netanyahu should cancel the speech, 34% say he shouldn’t cancel, and 19% say they don’t know.

The planned speech, on Iran’s nuclear threat, has angered the US administration and threatened to further fray ties between Jerusalem and Washington.

Netanyahu has faced growing calls in Israel and among US Jews to cancel the speech as rivals accuse him of risking Israel’s relations with the United States in hopes of winning extra votes in next month’s Israeli parliamentary election.

-and-


Even some of Netanyahu’s sympathizers were saying he’s misjudged the situation.

“You’re right, but don’t go,” said the headline in a front-page commentary by columnist Ben-Dror Yemini in the Yedioth Ahronoth daily. “Obama is wrong and you’re right. But if there is any chance of budging him from his position, then you are making every possible mistake and turning him into an adversary.”

Michael Oren, who served as Netanyahu’s ambassador to Washington until 2013 and is now running for Knesset with the rival Kulanu party, said that if he were still in the post, he would have advised his boss not to address Congress.
This is a poll sponsored by the Israeli Army, a large supporter of Netanyahu.
 
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So they vote to surrender and move back to europe? The effin palestines aren't going to do a damn thing for this worthless peace agreement that won't happen.

What does one single speech have to do with palis? And why should the existence or lack of one single speech decide whether this means that Israelis "vote to surrender and move back to europe?"?

Did it ever occur to you that the REAL mechanics of foreign policy are happening every day, behind the scenes?


Dude, that was some weird bullshit, I gotta say.
 

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It must be important and inperative for Bibi to speak to the House because liberal reaction against it.
 
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47% - cancel speaking before the US Congress on March 3rd.
34% - don't cancel
margin: cancel +13%


Nearly half of Israelis want PM to cancel Congress speech -- poll The Times of Israel


Nearly one in two Israelis believe Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu should cancel his March 3 address to the United States Congress amid heightened tensions between the White House and Jerusalem, an Army Radio poll on Monday showed

However, more than half (63 percent) also insisted that whether or not Netanyahu goes ahead with the address will not affect their voting choices.

According to the survey of 509 respondents, carried out by Millward Brown, some 47% say Netanyahu should cancel the speech, 34% say he shouldn’t cancel, and 19% say they don’t know.

The planned speech, on Iran’s nuclear threat, has angered the US administration and threatened to further fray ties between Jerusalem and Washington.

Netanyahu has faced growing calls in Israel and among US Jews to cancel the speech as rivals accuse him of risking Israel’s relations with the United States in hopes of winning extra votes in next month’s Israeli parliamentary election.

-and-


Even some of Netanyahu’s sympathizers were saying he’s misjudged the situation.

“You’re right, but don’t go,” said the headline in a front-page commentary by columnist Ben-Dror Yemini in the Yedioth Ahronoth daily. “Obama is wrong and you’re right. But if there is any chance of budging him from his position, then you are making every possible mistake and turning him into an adversary.”

Michael Oren, who served as Netanyahu’s ambassador to Washington until 2013 and is now running for Knesset with the rival Kulanu party, said that if he were still in the post, he would have advised his boss not to address Congress.
This is a poll sponsored by the Israeli Army, a large supporter of Netanyahu.
Every time one of you turds argues that Bibi should cancel his speech, it only convinces me that he should proceed with it. Whatever the left tells the right it shouldn't do is something the left is afraid of, which means it's exactly what you should do.

Also, your poll doesn't add up to 100%. The third answer not listed is probably "don't care," and that alone with "don't cancel" add up to more than 50%
 

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So they vote to surrender and move back to europe? The effin palestines aren't going to do a damn thing for this worthless peace agreement that won't happen.

What does one single speech have to do with palis? And why should the existence or lack of one single speech decide whether this means that Israelis "vote to surrender and move back to europe?"?

Did it ever occur to you that the REAL mechanics of foreign policy are happening every day, behind the scenes?


Dude, that was some weird bullshit, I gotta say.
That's what scares us. The thought of Kerry conducting foriegn policy out of the light of day is frightening.
 

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The Times of Israel hosts an open blog platform for any writer who applies to become a blogger on the site. The Times generally does not review or edit blog posts submitted by approved writers, and accordingly, it takes no responsibility for such blogs, which are not necessarily in line with the newspaper's editorial stance.

Leave it to a far left drone to find an article that is not fact checked by it's own.

Also leave it to the far left to misrepresent what is really happening.

"an Army Radio poll"

It is an opinion poll like an on-line poll..

So once again the context of the far left post, shows that this far left drone will do it can to protect Obama..
 
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Fear of the Jew is running rampant with the racist left
Most libs are virulent antisemites. They try to hide it by using the term anti-Zionism, but only the gullible are fooled.
 

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Fear of the Jew is running rampant with the racist left
Most libs are virulent antisemites. They try to hide it by using the term anti-Zionism, but only the gullible are fooled.
Then they turn around and say that the jews need to be removed from israel. Israel doesn't have a right to self defense as the poor fucking pallys shoot missiles into their cities.
 

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Could you imagine the PM Of the United Kingdom addressing Congress because he doesn't like the peace iniative in Northern Ireland, or the President of South Korea addressing Congress because he doesn't like the policy towards North Korea?

Hell, no. Most allies would realize that was bad form.

So let's look at what Bibi wants. He doesn't like Obama trying to reach a deal with Iran on nukes. So he's trying to undercut that deal. so that at some point, we'll attack Iran for him.

If you want evidence that the Zionists have too much influence in our government, I give you this.
 

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It must be important and inperative for Bibi to speak to the House because liberal reaction against it.
It is soooo important that Obama has sent opperatives to defeat Netanyahu in the upcomming Israeli elections.
 

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47% - cancel speaking before the US Congress on March 3rd.
34% - don't cancel
margin: cancel +13%


Nearly half of Israelis want PM to cancel Congress speech -- poll The Times of Israel


Nearly one in two Israelis believe Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu should cancel his March 3 address to the United States Congress amid heightened tensions between the White House and Jerusalem, an Army Radio poll on Monday showed

However, more than half (63 percent) also insisted that whether or not Netanyahu goes ahead with the address will not affect their voting choices.

According to the survey of 509 respondents, carried out by Millward Brown, some 47% say Netanyahu should cancel the speech, 34% say he shouldn’t cancel, and 19% say they don’t know.

The planned speech, on Iran’s nuclear threat, has angered the US administration and threatened to further fray ties between Jerusalem and Washington.

Netanyahu has faced growing calls in Israel and among US Jews to cancel the speech as rivals accuse him of risking Israel’s relations with the United States in hopes of winning extra votes in next month’s Israeli parliamentary election.

-and-


Even some of Netanyahu’s sympathizers were saying he’s misjudged the situation.

“You’re right, but don’t go,” said the headline in a front-page commentary by columnist Ben-Dror Yemini in the Yedioth Ahronoth daily. “Obama is wrong and you’re right. But if there is any chance of budging him from his position, then you are making every possible mistake and turning him into an adversary.”

Michael Oren, who served as Netanyahu’s ambassador to Washington until 2013 and is now running for Knesset with the rival Kulanu party, said that if he were still in the post, he would have advised his boss not to address Congress.
This is a poll sponsored by the Israeli Army, a large supporter of Netanyahu.
Every time one of you turds argues that Bibi should cancel his speech, it only convinces me that he should proceed with it. Whatever the left tells the right it shouldn't do is something the left is afraid of, which means it's exactly what you should do.

Also, your poll doesn't add up to 100%. The third answer not listed is probably "don't care," and that alone with "don't cancel" add up to more than 50%

Christian Fundamentalists Are Irrelevant: Only Jews Matter On Israel

now run along and go play with your cross

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Could you imagine the PM Of the United Kingdom addressing Congress because he doesn't like the peace iniative in Northern Ireland, or the President of South Korea addressing Congress because he doesn't like the policy towards North Korea?

Hell, no. Most allies would realize that was bad form.

So let's look at what Bibi wants. He doesn't like Obama trying to reach a deal with Iran on nukes. So he's trying to undercut that deal. so that at some point, we'll attack Iran for him.

If you want evidence that the Zionists have too much influence in our government, I give you this.
Hey Jew hater joe bibi was invited.
 

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47% - cancel speaking before the US Congress on March 3rd.
34% - don't cancel
margin: cancel +13%


Nearly half of Israelis want PM to cancel Congress speech -- poll The Times of Israel


Nearly one in two Israelis believe Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu should cancel his March 3 address to the United States Congress amid heightened tensions between the White House and Jerusalem, an Army Radio poll on Monday showed

However, more than half (63 percent) also insisted that whether or not Netanyahu goes ahead with the address will not affect their voting choices.

According to the survey of 509 respondents, carried out by Millward Brown, some 47% say Netanyahu should cancel the speech, 34% say he shouldn’t cancel, and 19% say they don’t know.

The planned speech, on Iran’s nuclear threat, has angered the US administration and threatened to further fray ties between Jerusalem and Washington.

Netanyahu has faced growing calls in Israel and among US Jews to cancel the speech as rivals accuse him of risking Israel’s relations with the United States in hopes of winning extra votes in next month’s Israeli parliamentary election.

-and-


Even some of Netanyahu’s sympathizers were saying he’s misjudged the situation.

“You’re right, but don’t go,” said the headline in a front-page commentary by columnist Ben-Dror Yemini in the Yedioth Ahronoth daily. “Obama is wrong and you’re right. But if there is any chance of budging him from his position, then you are making every possible mistake and turning him into an adversary.”

Michael Oren, who served as Netanyahu’s ambassador to Washington until 2013 and is now running for Knesset with the rival Kulanu party, said that if he were still in the post, he would have advised his boss not to address Congress.
This is a poll sponsored by the Israeli Army, a large supporter of Netanyahu.
Every time one of you turds argues that Bibi should cancel his speech, it only convinces me that he should proceed with it. Whatever the left tells the right it shouldn't do is something the left is afraid of, which means it's exactly what you should do.

Also, your poll doesn't add up to 100%. The third answer not listed is probably "don't care," and that alone with "don't cancel" add up to more than 50%

Christian Fundamentalists Are Irrelevant: Only Jews Matter On Israel

now run along and go play with your cross

Tikkun Daily Blog Blog Archive Christian Fundamentalists Are Irrelevant Only Jews Matter On Israel
What Bullshit. Try using facts and not propaganda
 

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Hey Jew hater joe bibi was invited.
which is relevant to what, exactly?

It was bad form to extend the invitation, it was bad form to accept it.

You see, Obama is trying to get the best deal out of Iran he can with very little leverage. there's going to be a point where the Chinese, Russians and Europeans - who don't give a fuck about Israel - are just going to do business with Iran anyway if they don't see the Americans negotiating in good faith.

And hell, American might start asking WHY we let the Zionists dictate our foriegn policy.
 

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Hey Jew hater joe bibi was invited.
which is relevant to what, exactly?

It was bad form to extend the invitation, it was bad form to accept it.

You see, Obama is trying to get the best deal out of Iran he can with very little leverage. there's going to be a point where the Chinese, Russians and Europeans - who don't give a fuck about Israel - are just going to do business with Iran anyway if they don't see the Americans negotiating in good faith.

And hell, American might start asking WHY we let the Zionists dictate our foriegn policy.
Obama is being a traitor by appeasing terrorists and states that are funding them all because like you he hates Jews.
 

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47% - cancel speaking before the US Congress on March 3rd.
34% - don't cancel
margin: cancel +13%
Nearly half of Israelis want PM to cancel Congress speech -- poll The Times of Israel


Nearly one in two Israelis believe Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu should cancel his March 3 address to the United States Congress amid heightened tensions between the White House and Jerusalem, an Army Radio poll on Monday showed

However, more than half (63 percent) also insisted that whether or not Netanyahu goes ahead with the address will not affect their voting choices.

According to the survey of 509 respondents, carried out by Millward Brown, some 47% say Netanyahu should cancel the speech, 34% say he shouldn’t cancel, and 19% say they don’t know.

The planned speech, on Iran’s nuclear threat, has angered the US administration and threatened to further fray ties between Jerusalem and Washington.

Netanyahu has faced growing calls in Israel and among US Jews to cancel the speech as rivals accuse him of risking Israel’s relations with the United States in hopes of winning extra votes in next month’s Israeli parliamentary election.

-and-


Even some of Netanyahu’s sympathizers were saying he’s misjudged the situation.

“You’re right, but don’t go,” said the headline in a front-page commentary by columnist Ben-Dror Yemini in the Yedioth Ahronoth daily. “Obama is wrong and you’re right. But if there is any chance of budging him from his position, then you are making every possible mistake and turning him into an adversary.”

Michael Oren, who served as Netanyahu’s ambassador to Washington until 2013 and is now running for Knesset with the rival Kulanu party, said that if he were still in the post, he would have advised his boss not to address Congress.
This is a poll sponsored by the Israeli Army, a large supporter of Netanyahu.
Thanks for doing the margin math...I don't have my calculator with me this morning.
 

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The isralie army doesn't want Netanyahu telling congress about the Iranian threat. If true it says more about how the army feels about liberal America than Netanyahu.
 

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