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Obama vs McCain

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Submitted by Karl Kaplan (United States), Oct 29, 2008 at 15:33

Your disclosures on Obama"s connections are frightening BUT so is McCain"s choice of Palin as VP. I believe that his circle of advisors and Congress can control his moves toward Israel and his VP is so very pro-Israel. On the other hand, should Palin become President it would be a major disaster.

Bush was pro Israel but his move on Irag has left the US to weak to really take on Iran, the real danger to the State of Israel. A strong America is the best for peace and Obama has clearly the edge on that score.

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