From Steve Sheffey, a recounting of all that President Obama has done for Israel, and how this list doesn't seem to please his Republican opponents:

Disagreeing with elements of the President's strategy is fine. But suggesting that President Obama is anything but pro-Israel is myopic.  One of the first Pesach songs we learn is "Dayenu" - "it would have been enough." The Republican motto when it comes to President Obama seems to be "nothing is enough" - no matter how much President Obama does for Israel, it's not enough for some of our Republican friends.
 
President Obama has provided Israel with more security assistance than any president in history.
But that's not enough for our Republican friends.
 
President Obama has ushered in an era of unprecedented military cooperation between the United States and Israel.
But that's not enough for our Republican friends.
 
President Obama has done more than any other president to thwart Iran's illicit nuclear ambitions.
But that's not enough for our Republican friends.
 
President Obama fulfilled his promise to boycott Durban II.
But that's not enough for our Republican friends.
 
President Obama renewed sanctions against Syria several times.
But that's not enough for our Republican friends.
 
President Obama fully funded the Arrow 3 ballistic missile system and the Iron Dome system.
But that's not enough for our Republican friends.
 
President Obama maintained the U.S. policy of ambiguity on Israel's nuclear weapons.
But that's not enough for our Republican friends.
 

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