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Rationalizing Why Status Quo of American Politics Did Not Change Attitudes Towards Israel's Quest for Conservative Values

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Nov 15, 2022 at 10:45

The outcome of the recent American electoral processes should provide lessons about how irrational the voting in America has gone off the rails and irrespective of the obvious irregularities, did anyone learn the underlying tragedy that has befallen the American Republic? Well, maybe Israel did. But is it enough?
For all of the multiple millions of dollars spent in attempting to portray America as being a nation on the verge of a political precipice, a 'red wave' being used as a mantra to encourage a conservative votership appeared to be contraindicative and the psychology was imperceptibly misleading when considering that socialism had historically operated under the red flag of communism. This reader will dispense with the multitudes of invectives that spewed socialistic rhetoric for decades since the McCarthy era.
But a greater perception of the circumstances was still overlooked: how do politicians who were elected to serve their constituencies predicated upon integrity and protection of Constitutional freedoms think to project their vision as being better than what they were elected to represent? All of it is a bait and switch political ploy and it has been going on for a lot longer than any are willing to admit; even the conservatives are complicit.
Israel, and the next leader of the Jewish Nation need to take heed. Conservatism is Israel is not viewed in the same way as America and in the words of Bibi are recalled: if they have to go it alone against a hostile world, well in the words of this observer, you may very well have to.

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