Romney says he supports a two-state solution with the starting point on borders to be “decided by the parties involved.”
Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney supports a two-state solution to solve the conflict between Israel and the Palestinian Authority, he told CNN during his visit to Jerusalem.
In an interview with the American news network, which took place in Jerusalem on Sunday, Romney was asked if he saw the starting point for negotiations as the borders which existed prior to the 1967 Six Day War.
He responded by saying,
“I’m not being that specific. I’m saying that there will be borders that have to be negotiated and what the starting point is something which will be decided by the parties involved.”
He added, “What the ending point is will be decided by the parties involved.”
Addressing the issue of Jewish construction in Judea and Samaria, which the U.S. has criticized, Romney said that the issue “is something that should be discussed in private by the American president and our allies.”
“When we show a diplomatic distance between ourselves and our ally, I think we encourage people who oppose that relationship to seek other means to achieve their ends,” he added.
Source: Israel National News
What was Mitt Romney’s message, during his visit to Israel?
Wounds from a friend can be trusted, but an enemy multiplies kisses.
After a second look, we can see a typical US candidate for President in the fine print.
Lets study what Mitt Romney did not say:
He did not say, that Jerusalem can not be the capital of two states. He did not say that Jerusalem shall never be divided again.
Since Mitt Romney still support a two-state-solution, my best guess is that the proposed totalitarian Islamic state of “Palestine” must have a capital. And an airport too.
Funny. Looks like we already have an Obama II in the pipeline.
Written by Ivar