I just watched Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu's speech to a joint session of Congress. This man, a foreigner, was able to get ALL of our leaders on their feet, numerous times. At one point in his speech, he rebuked Obama's "'67 Borders Plan" as idiotic, to a standing ovation from the whole assembly. I hope Obama was watching as this man thanked America for its unwavering support of the Nation of Israel. I hope Obama sat there wishing he was half the public speaker as this man.
When I was a young man of 11 or 12 years of age, the people of Iran threw a revolution. It started out much the same as the recent revolts in Egypt and Libya, but was quickly taken over by tyrannical mullahs. Ever since that time, Benjamin Netanyahu has been fighting to save his nation from extermination. He was almost killed at least once. His older brother was killed, as were many of his close friends. But today he is still willing to live in peace beside the very people who have dedicated themselves to his destruction. I admire him greatly for being that noble. I can only hope that I would be as noble in his shoes. Fortunately, I live in America, a place that will never have the issue of destruction from abroad. We face that issue from within, and I don't believe I share PM Netanyahu's strength of character, because I do not want to live in peace with those who wish to destroy my country.
At the close of his remarks to Congress, Mr. Netanyahu asked God to forever bless America. Thank you sir, for that prayer. I pray that America will always support and defend Israel.