2010-05-20

Congressional Statements and Letters Reaffirming the U.S.–Israel Relationship

Vatic Note: Given what we already know, this has been a real gift to us. We owe a debt of gratitude for them making up this list for their Israeli voters in our congressional districts, but what it has also done is provided us with a list as well. If you were wondering who to vote for and who not to vote for, well, the list is right here, and as Dick Eastman says, Vote your conscience and do what is right for the full country and not just for your district AND NOT FOR ISREADL WHEN THERE IS A CONFLICT OF INTEREST, right now as we speak, we have murdered millions of innocent people in other countries, we have acted like the modern day Hitler and lost 78,000 of our own children and maimed over 1 million of our kids, all for the interest of Israel and NOT THE UNITED STATES. . This list gives you exactly who NOT TO VOTE FOR..... Remember, UNITED, WE ARE POWERFUL..... so lets unite and go prove it. (remember also who killed more Americans than all muslim countries put together, and that includes 9-11..... Israel).

(A list of your bought and paid for reps, not all inclusive either.  Check campaign contributions, I suspect these are the safe districts.)  In case you forgot,  remember the USS Liberty, the USS Cole, 7-7 in London, and finally, 9-11 and the Levon Affair.   Thousands of our citizens have died by their hand. 

AIPAC ALERT: Updated March 26, 2010

Contributed to Vatic Project by Alex James
Congressional Statements and Letters Reaffirming the



U.S.–Israel Relationship

U.S. Senate

Arizona
• John McCain (R-AZ)

Connecticut
• Joe Lieberman (I-CT)

Kansas
• Sam Brownback (R-KS)

Maryland

• Benjamin L. Cardin (D-MD)
• Barbara Mikulski (D-MD)

Nebraska
• Mike Johanns (R-NE)

New York
• Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY)

Pennsylvania
• Arlen Specter (D-PA)

Wisconsin
• Russ Feingold (D-WI)

U.S. House of Representatives

Arizona
• Harry Mitchell (D-AZ)

Arkansas
• John Boozman (R-AR)

California
• Howard L. Berman (D-CA)
• David Dreier (R-CA)
• Mary Bono Mack (R-CA)
• Kevin McCarthy (R-CA)
• Tom McClintock (R-CA)

Florida  (VN:  Looks like the entire state of Florida wishes to move to Israel)
• Gus Bilirakis (R-FL)
• Ron Klein (D-FL)
• Connie Mack (R-FL)
• Kendrick Meek (D-FL)
• Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-FL)
• Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL)

Georgia
• Tom Price (R-GA)

Ohio
• Jim Jordan (R-OH)
• John Boehner (R-OH)

Illinois
• Mark Kirk (R-IL)
• Mike Quigley (D-IL)

Indiana
• Dan Burton (R-IN)
• Mike Pence (R-IN)
• Mark Souder (R-IN)

Kansas - (VN:  notice it doesn't matter, republican or dem)
• Jerry Moran (R-KS)
• Todd Tiahrt (R-KS)

Oklahoma
• Dan Boren (D-OK)

Oregon
• Greg Walden (R-OR)

Michigan
• Thaddeus McCotter (R-MI)
• Gary Peters (D-MI)
• Mark Schauer (D-MI)

New Jersey
John Adler (D-NJ) ( See Akerman below, co-signed the letter)
Robert Andrews (D-NJ)
March 17th, 2010

Dear President Obama,
I am writing you regarding the close relationship between the United States and Israel. I
ask your Administration to encourage moderation in the rhetoric of all parties despite the
recent tensions.

Israel is America’s closest ally in the Middle East. The United States and Israel share a
relationship that should not be threatened by minor policy differences such as the recent
decision to build housing units in East Jerusalem. While small disagreements between
our two great nations may exist, we should be careful to continue to emphasize the bonds
that hold us together. To this end, we should try to work out our differences in private
whenever possible.

The foundation of the American-Israeli relationship is rooted in our mutual strategic
interests, shared democratic values, and a long commitment to peace in the region. I
strongly urge the Administration to work closely with our partner Israel to address any
issues between the two governments.

Sincerely,
Robert E. Andrews
Member of Congress

• Leonard Lance (R-NJ)
• Steve Rothman (D-NJ)

New York    (VN:  remember and never forget 9-11, now we know who did it, example of ltr to AIPAC and Obama)
Gary Ackerman (D-NY)
March 16th, 2010

The recent tension in U.S.-Israeli relations is an unfortunate distraction from the real
issues that ought to be of foremost concern to ourselves and to our friends in Israel,
namely, stopping Iran from acquiring a nuclear arms capability, and enabling Israel to
make peace with its neighbors while the regional strategic balance is favorable.

Prime Minister Netanyahu has apologized for the untimely announcement during Vice-
President Biden's visit, and I hope and expect that the Administration and the Israeli
government will be able to quickly make arrangements to repair the damage to our
bilateral relations.

At this critical time, neither country can afford an unnecessary and fruitless distraction
from the very daunting challenges we should be facing together. I have every confidence
that, with good will, relations will quickly be restored to their normal warmth and candor.
(Press Release)

• Joseph Crowley (D-NY)
• Eliot Engel (D-NY)
• Steve Israel (D-NY)
• Nita Lowey (D-NY)
• Dan Maffei (D-NY)
• Carolyn Maloney (D-NY)
• Anthony Weiner (D-NY)

Nevada
• Shelley Berkley (D-NV)

Pennsylvania   (VN: remember the G-20 meeting and the police state tactics & brutality)
• Chris Carney (D-PA)
• Patrick Murphy (D-PA)

Texas
• John Carter (R-TX)
• Pete Sessions (R-TX)
• Pete Olson (R-TX)
• Ted Poe (R-TX)

Virginia
• Eric Cantor (R-VA)

Washington
• Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA)




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Randwulf said...

"we have acted like the modern day Hitler and lost 78,000 of our own children and maimed over 1 million of our kids"

I don't know about the numbers but you could be right on them. I don't think it is accurate to compare our Israel-First foreign military ventures to anything done by Hitler or Germany during his time because he never would have sacrificed German lives for the sake of a third party nation. All his emphasis was on reclaiming lost German territory and circumventing future attacks by hostile foreign entities. Sort of a 1940's form of European Union, free of destructive or degrading inside and outside influences. Do I have to spell it out?

Vatic said...

No, believe me, I know exactly what you are saying, which by the way makes us worse for letting them do that to us. Especially our treasonous leaders.

I have said many times since before Bush left office and since Obama took office, that we are indeed a foreign occupied country. I have also said no one in the muslim world, either individually or collectively has "INTENTIONALLY" KILLED AS MANY AMERICANS as our very good ally, Israel, in all these many years and done so for political manipulation of our government to fight their battles without using their childrens blood to do it.

The perversion of it all is using our wealth and blood of our children to destroy us. Nice, huh? With allies like that who needs enemies. LOL