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In the debate tonight Obama just said that he gets his foreign policy advice from Dick Luger. Obama keeps saying that he is a friend of Israel. But Dick Lugar is not a friend of Israel. In fact that he is one of the MOST ANTI-ISRAEL Senators in the Senate

When, on May 22, 1998, the Senate, by a vote of 90 to 4, passed the Iran Missile Proliferation Sanctions Act, imposing sanctions on foreigners who help Iran’s missile program, Mr. Lugar fetched up among the four senators who voted against the measure.

On July 24, 2001, the Senate voted 96 to 2 to renew the Iran-Libya Sanctions Act to help deny Iran and Libya money that they would spend on supporting terrorism or acquiring weapons of mass destruction. The only two senators who opposed the measure were Obama’s buddies Lugar and Hagel.

On April 6, 2001, 87 members of the Senate sent President Bush a letter saying Yasser Arafat should not be invited to meet with high-level officials in Washington until he renounced terrorism against Israel. Lugar declined to sign the letter.

On April 18, 2002, when the Senate, by 88 to 10, voted to ban the import to America of Iraqi oil until Iraq stopped compensating the families of Palestinian Arab suicide bombers, Messrs. Lugar and Hagel were among the handful who voted to bring in the oil.

In a July 10, 2003, editorial headlined “Ayatollah Lugar,” have already reported on how Mr. Lugar watered down the Iran Democracy Act that was introduced by Senators Brownback, Schumer, Kyl, Inouye, and others.

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