I am not an anti-Semite or a radical, right-wing Zionist. I'm a grown-up willing to have a discussion, and I'm waiting for everyone else to catch up.
Presidents need latitude to make decisions affecting matters of national security and, until now, all presidents have been afforded it, as provided for in the United States Constitution. But, in the case of Iran, the cheerleaders for war are trying to change the rules.
Our debates over Israel have become coarse and divisive. One reason is that in our zeal to express tough love, we have forgotten about pure love. But how better to fight unconditional hatred than with unconditional love?