You should hear what Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak said about President Obama's support for Israel.
Asked on Fox News whether he thought Israelis were "disenchanted" with President Obama, Barak said:
"No. Our countries are good friends. And I'm the minister of defense, I can tell you that I can hardly remember ... a better period of support, American support and cooperation and similar strategic understanding of events around us than what we have right now.
"The President didn't say that Israel should go back to the borders of '67. He made it very clear that he thinks that Palestinians deserve a state of their own. We also believe in two states ... [a] secure Israel side by side with a demilitarized Palestinian state that will basically have the same area that's West Bank and Gaza Strip had before '67 with certain swaps, with understanding of the transformation on the ground."
Over the next 15 months, the other side will do their best to distort the President's record -- particularly on Israel. We've already seen them mischaracterizing the vision he's laid out for a new era of peace in the Middle East. It's up to supporters like us to set the record straight.