In the aftermath of getting snubbed by the Republican Jewish Coalition, which didn’t invite him to address its conference in Washington this week, Ron Paul’s campaign has produced an interview with the candidate talking about his views on Israel in reassuring terms. Morning Score has the video:
Paul specifically highlights his opposition, in the 1980s, to rebuking Israel for its attack on the Iraqi nuclear program. “The spirit of the moment was, we have to condemn them for doing this because it was a violation of the sovereignty of Iraq and this sort of thing. To me, it was Israel’s business, so I was voting for their independence,” Paul says. “I think Israel should be treated as an independent nation and not a puppet of our state.”
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