"Today, his determined work on Middle East peace is informed by an abiding sense of the need to secure Israel as a home for the Jewish people. For years since that first visit, he has engaged passionately with a wide variety of leaders in Israel, the Palestinian Territories, and across the region to understand the way to peace. He also maintained a 100-percent pro-Israel voting record during his nearly three decades in the US senate. It is this deep involvement that has led to the conviction that Israel's long-term security requires a two-state solution -- that, in the face of the inexorable forces of security, demographics, and geography, Israel cannot sustain occupation of the West Bank and remain both democratic and Jewish. It is the same conclusion that such resolute defenders of Israel as Yitzhak Rabin and Ariel Sharon reached and that Prime Minister Netanyahu is confronting now. Prime Minister Netanyahu, Foreign Minister Lieberman, and Ambassador Dermer were courageous in their defense of my brother's motives. We can all debate the effectiveness of security measures, the delineation of borders, arrangements for East Jerusalem, and other real issues among the parties, but there is no truth and no good that can come by calling into question John Kerry's good faith toward his own heritage. Israel and the Jewish people deserve better than that."So basically the whole article is "these mean people called me names, so stop." Cam isn't particularly convincing the Kerry knows what he's doing. For example he just reiterated a call for a settlement freeze while offering nothing in return, the same mistake that Obama made two years ago.
Anyway, what Cam forgot was that this is the Huffington Post, where being pro-Israel makes you a terrible person. So he got raked over in the comments:
I look forward to Cam's next article whining about how mean these people are and that John Kerry really loves the Palestinians and always has.