Secretary of State John Kerry was blasted yesterday after reportedly saying that Israel is in danger of becoming an “apartheid” state. On Monday, Kerry backtracked a bit, issuing an official statement, “On Support for Israel.”
Full Kerry statement pic.twitter.com/6A8iKclYon
— Zeke Miller (@ZekeJMiller) April 29, 2014
“I want to see a two state solution that results in a secure Jewish state and a prosperous Palestinian state, and I’ve actually worked for it,” wrote Kerry. “I will not allow my commitment to Israel to be questioned by anyone, particularly for partisan, political purposes.”
He can write the 3rd New Testament, won't change a thing, @ZekeJMiller. Against it before he was for it, as usual. pic.twitter.com/eQ7dDNjaGP
— VACUOUS CIPHER (@THE_DAILY_BLEAT) April 29, 2014
This country used to be better than this. pic.twitter.com/6yKPe2zFdP
— Sean Agnew (@seanagnew) April 29, 2014
There was a time when we didn't have small, petty men in the WH. @seanagnew @ollieblog
— Burrrton (@SeahawkBurrrton) April 29, 2014
@seanagnew @rantburger I cannot believe in a country with 300M+ people the best we can do is clowns like this guy, #Obama, #Biden, et al.
— Ronald Griffiths (@Ron_GriffithsJr) April 29, 2014
Now @chrislhayes et al are defending Kerry's statement that he wouldn't make if he had a do-over.
— Greg Pollowitz (@GPollowitz) April 29, 2014
Good luck with that.
Let the backtracking begin. Sigh. "'If I Could Rewind the Tape;' Kerry Issues Statement on Apartheid Comment" http://t.co/Wsn95Wsf7i
— Hussain Shiyam (@ShiyamHussain) April 29, 2014
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