Monday, July 30, 2012

Is This ANOTHER Security Leak?

Israeli newspaper Haaretz said National Security Adviser Tom Donilon laid out the plans before Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu during a dinner at a visit to Israel earlier this month, which came out as presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney was telling Israel he would back an Israeli military strike against Iran.

The American official also said Donilon shared information on U.S. weapons that could be used for such an attack, and on the U.S. military's ability to reach Iranian nuclear facilities buried deep underground, the newspaper said.

Of course, there are denials all over the place, but it was Donilon who was also reported as having leaked other security info in recent months, so it does make one wonder - and since this reportedly came out just as Romney was assuring Israel, if this report is true, this would be yet another leak for partisan reasons, to make Obama look strong and keep favor with Jewish voters, particularly in Florida.


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