Kerry refused to sign letter supporting extending Iran sanctions... last weekAnd with good reason.
When Kerry ran for president, he was vetted by the so-called pro-Israel community in the U.S., and little was made of his attitudes toward Israel because he had, for the most part, steered clear of controversy.
Kerry's record since his presidential campaign tells a different tale. It was clear that Kerry would not run for president again, and his policy shift on Israel was ignored. What's worse is Kerry's attitudes on Israel are still being ignored by the pro-Israel community.
Even Kerry's failure to sign the December 20, 2012 letter in support of continuing sanctions against Iran has not been a matter of concern for pro-Israel activists. And this even though 73 of Kerry's fellow senators signed the letter.
Kerry's Israel problem goes back much farther than his troubling attitude towards Iranian sanctions.
The problem is that with this President, you won't get anyone better, and you might get someone worse. The fundamental problem isn't Kerry so much as it's that the Jews supported Obama.
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