Pandering for the Jewish vote, which doesn't actually amount to that many people. When you come right down to it, how much can it amount to, 1% or 2% of the population? We’ve heard that the percentage of Jews who vote is larger than the percentage of those from other groups who vote, so let’s say the Jewish vote comprises 5% of the total vote. It's still not that big a deal. If every Jew who voted for Obama in 2008 voted for McCain instead, McCain would have lost by a little less.
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