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    • Phillip
    • 27.03.10 | 23:14 (IDT)

    Can someone please explain to me why 77 percent of American Jewish voters voted for President Obama. I`m not trying to be a provokative, I truly want to understand why Jews would vote for a man with a questionable commitment to Israel. Forgive me if this is not the right avenue to getting this questioned answered, but I`m not sure how else to go about it. Please e-mail me with the answer. Thank you so much --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- because American Jews are mostly liberal. And liberal ideology supercedes loyalty to Israel. Israel should stand up for itself. If Obama wants to meet with Israel make him fly there. Obama will change his attitude in 2011 when he has to get ready for 2012. He'll need the Jewish vote. If he wins reelection Israel should worry. For the sake of our relationship Israel should cut the US out of the peace process. But that will never happen.

    from the article: What awaits Netanyahu on his next trip to Washington?
    First published 17:31 27.03.10 | Last updated 20:49 27.03.10
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