David A. Harris

“Who Did What on Israel?”

Let’s play a game.

Can you name which president punitively withheld nearly $300 million in loan guarantees to Israel?

Or how about which presidential candidate was slammed by a former head of Israel’s Mossad for “playing with our lives?”

Or which president is the only president to achieve a 100% pro-Israel voting record at the United Nations?

If you think you know the answers, then be sure to play my organization’s game of “Who Did What on Israel.”

The National Jewish Democratic Council (NJDC) released the new online quiz to showcase the side of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney and previous Republican presidents that is all too often glossed over by the media and history books. It’s an important tool to educate voters about the real differences between President Obama and Mitt Romney, as well as Presidents Bush and Reagan.

In addition to being informative, the quiz is fun! You can share it with your friends and compare scores. It only takes a few minutes, and I guarantee you’ll learn a thing or too.

Hopefully you’ll discover that President Obama is a great friend of Israel— which is why American Jews will overwhelmingly choose him as the right person to continue strengthening the U.S.-Israel relationship.

If you care about Israel’s security and the US-Israel relationship, take the quiz at, share it with your friends, and learn the truth. 

About the Author
A writer and consultant, David A. Harris served as the President & CEO of the National Jewish Democratic Council until 2013. David previously worked as NJDC's Deputy Executive Director for seven years, and as the Executive Director of the Israel on Campus Coalition for three years. David has also served as the Director of Governmental and Public Affairs for the American Jewish Congress and as the Washington Representative for the Israel Policy Forum; in Democratic politics, David was a congressional fellow for the late Senator Paul Simon (D-IL) and a congressional campaign manager as well. David is a native of West Lafayette, Indiana, and lives in Washington, DC with his wife, Megan.
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