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Obama agenda: Sending a letter to the new pope

President Obama sent the new pope a private letter, the White House says.

Obama voters don’t want him to approve the Keystone Pipeline.

Things change… “Last year, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney attacked the Democratic convention platform for its ‘shameful’ decision to omit a reference to Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. But in a sign of how U.S. politics have changed in 40 years, President Richard Nixon complained in 1972 of the Democrats' ‘dishonest’ platform language declaring the city Israel's capital. Nixon's national security adviser, Henry Kissinger, agreed with his condemnation during a previously unreported taped conversation from June 29, 1972,” AP reports.

Kissinger told Nixon: "To make Jerusalem the capital of Israel is not the platform of a major American national party. That is what I find so revolting here."

More: “The tape is one of a collection housed at the University of Virginia's Miller Center. Nixon's national security adviser, Henry Kissinger, agreed with his condemnation during a previously unreported taped conversation from June 29, 1972. ‘To make Jerusalem the capital of Israel is not the platform of a major American national party,’ Henry Kissinger told Nixon. ‘That is what I find so revolting here.’”