Obama wont be around forever & his time is running out - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • zionist forever
    • 11.03.10 | 09:14 (IST)

    Obama may be obsessed with the palestinian cause but that doesn't mean the next president will be. If Obama is only going to be a one time wonder like Jimmy carter then his window is very small. Already his hold over Israel is less than it was in his first year because we are now approaching midterms & the Democrats are expected to loose alot of seats. He has another 2-3 months at best before he has to start getting more Israel friendlly. After the midterms if the Democrats do loose heavily then Obamas ability to steam roller through his ideas will be reduced. Then he has until mid 2011 before he becomes a lame duck with this conflict because he will be in a presidential election year and he needs the jewish vote and that means being much more pro Israel than he is right now. If we are lucky & Obama looses and we get a more pro Israel Republican president then for the palestiinians the good times when the US was on their side will be over and they will be more pro Israel again

    from the article: The U.S. will no longer turn a blind eye to Israeli settlements
    First published 01:17 11.03.10 | Last updated 14:33 11.03.10
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