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They would vote for Romney anyway

Reader comment on item: Romney's Remarkable Speech in Jerusalem

Submitted by salkey (Ukraine), Jul 31, 2012 at 02:53

Romney has taken over the Adelson mantle from Gingrich. If he only understood that courting the Jewish vote is futile. All Presidents have said nice things about Israel or Jews, but made their deals with the Arab oil. They will continue with this until there is no oil left. Why do you think that Obama will not even say that the capital of Israel is Jerusalem?

The only people that are bothered by this, or who think Romney's speech was brave, were going to vote for Romney anyway.

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