Saletan: Republicans Who Prefer Netanyahu Over Obama Aren't Loyal Americans

18 Apr 2015, 12:37 am

William Saletan of Slate has written about how several recent polls have shown that Republicans are more supportive of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu than they are of President Obama. In particular, Saletan focuses on a Bloomberg poll which asks respondents to indicat

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Saletan: Republicans Who Prefer Netanyahu Over Obama Aren't Loyal Americans

William Saletan of Slate has written about how several recent polls have shown that Republicans are more supportive of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu than they are of President Obama. In particular, Saletan focuses on a Bloomberg poll which asks respondents to indicat

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That is when the crowd turned on him.
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17 Apr 2015, 12:00 am

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