Obama Calls For End Of Occupation in Middle East
Former President Barack Obama needed only one phrase to tell Americans not to be so sure we know who the good guys are.
A "moral reckoning for all of us."
First of all, that's not what we have here, Barack.
There is no moral reckoning here; it's pretty simple what happened, actually.
A group of brutal terrorists ruthlessly murdered innocent people, and now some of America's liberal politicians are trying to twist the story around.
For political reasons, it's really important to liberals that the American public aren't told the honest story about how Israel was attacked.
That's because Democrats have been defending people like the terrorists in Hamas for quite some time now, and it would practically be admitting we shouldn't trust them if Democrats were to come out and say the truth now.
It's not a "moral reckoning for all of us."
There shouldn't be any confusion about who are the good guys and who the bad guys here.
"All of this is taking place against the backdrop of decades of failure to achieve a durable peace for both Israelis and Palestinians," Obama said. "One that is based on genuine security for Israel, a recognition of its right to exist, and a peace that is based on an end of the occupation and the creation of a viable state and self-determination for the Palestinian people."
Over 1,400 Israeli citizens are dead at the hands of brutal terrorists, and our politicians want to pretend we don't know exactly where the blame lies?
"It is hard to feel hopeful. The images of families mourning, of bodies being pulled from rubble, force a moral reckoning on all of us," Obama said.
"We've had to sort through our anguish, our outrage, our fears and our differences on the issues," Obama concluded. "I had a conversation with a group of you around this issue, and you were passionate and pushed me around some of the public statements I'd made."
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