The proposed agreement, the Israeli premier said, “will give them a definite pathway to nuclear bombs — not a bomb, but nuclear bombs”.
“You won’t find two members of Congress more at the opposite ends of the ideological spectrum than Bernie and me”, said North Florida US Rep. Jeff Miller, the House Veterans Affairs Chairman. She said if the nation elected a Republican president, “they will repeal the Affordable Care Act”.
Ahead of last week’s release of his book “Ally”, on the Israel-US relationship, Oren penned several opinion pieces that received mixed reactions from U.S. political figures and the Jewish community, including “How Obama abandoned Israel” in the Wall Street Journal.
In June, Clinton held a rally outside Concord, New Hampshire, and signed a number of souvenirs supporters had left for her, one of which was a note Ollie wrote excusing him from school that day.
What the country needs is a another Democrat president to continue what works for the vast majorty of Americans.
Clinton then shook a few more hands, met the owners of the shop and hopped into her van, headed for a fundraiser at the Holderness, New Hampshire home of Meg and Gary Hirshberg, the owners of the Stonyfield Farm organic yogurt company.
“The goal of the nuclear negotiations is not to rely on trust, but to set up a verifiable mechanism where we are cutting off the pathways for Iran to obtain a nuclear weapon”, Obama said.
“I take a back seat to anyone when looking at my record to stand and fight for progressive values”, Clinton said in a speech in Hanover, New Hampshire, on Friday. Sanders has risen in recent polls against Clinton, who has dominated the Democratic field.
“Neither (race) is going to be a cakewalk, but I think that his stamina and energy and points of view will carry him through”, she said. In contrast to Sanders, who talks a lot about legislation he has introduced, O’Malley touts bills that he muscled through in Maryland to legalize same-sex marriage, abolish the death penalty and provide new benefits to immigrants. Sanders’s $15 million in donations in two months also represents only one-third of Clinton’s $45 million in three months but far exceeds expectations and illustrates a level of grassroots enthusiasm that no one is laughing at any more.
“There’s a little feeling of inevitability with her”, said Chuck Manns, of Lebanon, New Hampshire, who backed Clinton in 2008. “We wanted to accommodate the press, allow her to greet voters, and allow the press to be right there in the parade with her as opposed to preset locations”. Obama was handed the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression, she said. “But if more people are able to hear about his message, absolutely he can win the nomination”.