What red line did 0bama draw? I don't see it, what he meant but didn't say is if he is elected Iran will have another four years to develop it's nuclear weapons without having to worry about interference from the USA. He did not say or imply that there was a point specific that if Iran crossed the US would attack and destroy their nuclear facilities. Nor did he say that if Israel attacked Iran's nuclear facilities that the US would back them up. This has left a lot of room for Romney to spell out a realistic policy regarding Iran's nuclear program and their threats against Israel.

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Obama can't do it or won't.

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In 2011:<br />
“We stand with Israel as a Jewish democratic state because we know Israel was born of values that we share,” Obama said in a speech before more than 5,000 people attending the Union for Reform Judaism’s biennial conference, billed as the largest gathering of North American Jews this year.<br />
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In 2012:<br />
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Obama signs Israel bill, upstaging Mitt<br />
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JONATHAN LEMIRE<br />
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Friday, July 27, 2012<br />
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A day before Mitt Romney’s much-hyped arrival in Israel, President Obama jumped ahead of his Republican rival by signing legislation strengthening relations with the United States’ longtime ally.<br />
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The timing of the new law, which will increase the U.S.’s military cooperation with Israel, seemed intended to upstage Romney’s visit to the Holy Land - and muffle the GOP candidate’s claims that Obama has undermined relationships with Jerusalem.<br />
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The bill, which underscores the United States’ special relationship with the Middle Eastern country, also offers $70 million in funding for Israel’s missile defense system dubbed Iron Dome.<br />
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ba<x>sed on the research, above, I would say Obama is not drawing any red lines with Israel.

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