I have to disagree with your assessment that hyphenated Americans,ie Jewish-Americans,African-Americans,Italian-Americans,English-Americans,should not base their voting on the happenings in the country of their ancestors.We are a democracy and no one,let me repeat,no one has the right to establish any norm for voting.The English-Americans during the 1939-1941 period urged the administration for immense aid to strengthen British forces against the German Nazi juggernaut.Were they any less an American?The question is an insult to these or anyone else supporting the Brits.The issue of promises of very strong ties to Israel has an impact on the integrity of an administration's word to any country.But they can easily be avoided.Johnson's promises to Israel in 1967 to break the blockade of Eilat by Egypt with international cooperation could not be kept,since he could not obtain such cooperation.
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