Video: Congressman Chris Smith: I Call On The President To Give Israel The Unequivocal, Robust, And Vigorous Support It Deserves

chris smith chemedVIDEO of our Congressman Chris Smith giving a brief speech on the House floor last week regarding the May 31st Gaza Flotilla incident. The Congressman, representing the 4th District of NJ, says in his introduction, “I rise today to call on the president to give Israel the unequivocal, robust, and vigorous support it deserves”. Click here to view the text of the speech.

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  1. b”h there are still chasidei umos haolam that are atleast on the surface pro-jews. with this real rotten white house and two houses full of blatant anti semites it is real fresh air to hear such men as chris smiTH TALK THE WAY HE DID

  2. where are all the ‘vote out smith because of cap n trade’ cries? the answer is, there are more important things then the agendas of limbaugh/hannity, like having a sane voice in the senate in support of israel

  3. I am a natural born American citizen and taxpayer. I do not give Israel a blank check on everything they do. Mr. Smith is using that tired mantra of the Republican Party that the Media is out to get all that is good in this country. Their version of what is good. It’s tired like Mr. Smiths term in congress.

    Now the TLS editor will delete this post.

  4. Congressman Smith is calling on our President to show support for Israel, and I applaud him. The comment of #7 confuses me, because I do not understand how any American would think it was not good for Israel to defend themselves from terroists. These people are enemies of Israel as well as enemies of America. The American version of what is good has not changed despite what some liberal media reports. In November, when Congressman Smith is re-elected, #7 will see who is tired.

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