Israel, Obama and US Elections
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Submitted by Alex (United States), Sep 5, 2012 at 18:28
Obama step-by-step built up anti-Israel strategy. He can't explain his actions by accidental laps of judgement. All his policy in the US and abroad is anti-American first and foremost, as well as anti-Israel.
He supports radical Islam on Middle East, he made it easier for thousands of radical Muslims immigrate to USA under false pretenses.
He is the person with so many white/black spots in his bio that it is strange that he got a chance to be elected as a president. For the far less important positions people have to give much more clear answers that he ever gave.
We don't know who he really is - Kenyan-born son of foreign student, who grew up according to Islamic traditions, or maybe very successful former "sleeping agent" with relatively well created bio (that explains why there are no real classmates who can remember his study in college, why there are many questions to his documents, why both his mother and grandmother were not only cremated, but their ashes were threw about the ocean - no chance for DNA check, etc.)
We don't know for sure his real background, but we can see what he did during his presidency and his actions are really disastrous for the US and Israel.
He opened doors for radical Islam, he helps it financially, politically and militarily.
He created the situation when illegal immigrants can flow to the country destroying its already ill economy. His policy of destruction is not even communist, because he doesn't care about the people with low income (black, white or Latino).
He has one passion and it is truthfulness to Islam. Obviously, he hates Israel and Jews, but without doubts uses the service of his Jewish assistants (those who could sell the own mother, or are so blindfolded by some quasi-liberal ideas).
We don't know what will Romney do toward the Middle East elections if he will won the elections.
What we really need is a Party of Common Sense - well educated, honest professionals with extensive experience in economy, politics, diplomacy.
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