The Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netenyahu, has been invited to address the US House of Representatives. Recently certain democratic Congressmen have announced that they will not attend the Prime Minister's remarks, probably because Obama detests Mr. Netenyahu, and has asked his democratic supporters to snub him.
Many Americans, both Jewish and Gentile, have great respect, admiration, even love, for Israel. They admire the Israeli's courage, resource, and dedication in the face of implacable Arab hatred.
Speaking for myself, a Gentile, I would be offended if my Congressional representatives were to snub the leader of a smaller, friendly, allied, and threatened country. I wonder how many voters share my thinking on this.