I wrote my last post before I read yours. I agree that Obama's far left views will contradict what his "policy" speech regarding Israel will be. He does not have the life experience to understand the nuances of the situation. I also have concerns, that I've mentioned many times before, that his "audicity of hope" foriegn policy is not going to be as well received in the lairs of Al Quida and Teran as they are on college campuses in the US. I think he is good guy overall. But so am I and so, I am sure, are you. That does not qualify us to be President. The whole Obama "promise" tactic reminds me of the NFL draft. Except, the wrong draft pick only hurts a football team. The wrong President impacts the world for decades. Look at Iran after Jimmy Carter. A true menace that used to be an ally. Anyway, look for Gore to jump in and possibly choose Obama as the number 2 man. Better buy a condo in Toronto.
U.S., allies conduct 1 air strike in Syria and 11 in Iraq against ISIS militants (Reuters)
from the article: Sen. Obama: U.S. must support Israel's right to self defense