We're not naive we don't have a clue what we are saying.
Adviser denies Obama showed naivete on Jerusalem
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Democrat Barack Obama misused a "code word" in Middle East politics when he said Jerusalem should be Israel's "undivided" capital but that does not mean he is naive on foreign policy, a top adviser said on Tuesday.
Addressing a pro-Israel lobby group this month, the Democratic White House hopeful said: "Jerusalem will remain the capital of Israel, and it must remain undivided."
The comment angered Palestinians, who want East Jerusalem, captured by Israel in 1967, as the capital of a future state. "He has closed all doors to peace," Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas said after the June 4 speech.
Obama later said Palestinians and Israelis had to negotiate the status of the city, in line with long-held U.S. presidential policy.
Daniel Kurtzer, who advises Obama on the Middle East, said Tuesday at the Israel Policy Forum that Obama's comment stemmed from "a picture in his mind of Jerusalem before 1967 with barbed wires and minefields and demilitarized zones."
We're not naive we don't want to piss off the Hamazoids
We're not naive we don't understand what undivided means
We're not naive we don't want to piss off the jews who control the election and our foreign policy
We're not naive we just like Winnie the Pooh
We're not naive we thought undivided meant you multiply
We don't need no Jimmy Kimmel for comic relief.