will in chicago wrote:
I would argue that Lieberman represents himself, the Likud, and his corporate backers. Most Israelis and Palestinians favor the two state solution. However, Lieberman has allied himself to the Likud and the American neocons, who do have several areas of common ground and philosophical similarities.
The Likud is clearly not a party in America. Lieberman clearly has allegiance to a party of another nation that is not part of the United States .
This is un-acceptable by any American politician that has allegiance to another nation's political party.
This is why dual-citizenship must stop in America, for it is obviously detrimental to our national security
To the best of my knowledge, Senator Lieberman does not have dual citizenship.
However, one can argue that U.S. foreign policy is influenced by a variety of actors, such as the Likud in Israel, the Saudi Royal family, and in the Sibel Edmonds case, Turkey.
Can you explain dual-citizenship. Sometimes, people and entire ethnic groups have been accused of dual loyalties. This often leads to some very ugly accusations.
However, in the case of Lieberman, he seems to be part of a conservative coalition with many different factions. He seems to forget that war should be the last and most reluctant action of a sane foreign policy.