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Dream on (unfortunately)

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Submitted by sara (United States), Nov 5, 2012 at 17:45

Anne,

As one who has voted for Romney and a concerned voter for Israel, I still must say "dream on". It is a political hot potato, and no President, no matter how they touted it during campaigns, has even tried anything. I don't hold out hope that Romney will be any different.

That said, I will be feeling infinitely more hopeful and relieved (about Israel and the economy) after Romney wins :)

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