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Can Israel survive another Obama Term?

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Submitted by Deborah (United States), Jul 6, 2011 18:07

I say Time is running out, Its a shame that so many Jews voted for Mr. Obama. He is the most Anti-Israel President in History, even worse than Jimmy Carter. The 1967 borders are totally indefensible. The enemies of Israel would have the ability to destroy the nation of Israel for the first time....I don't know if many people have thought of the situation before the holocaust when Hitler united with Islam to try and destroy the Jewish people...Let me also say the people who are in control of the White House are not Democrats, they are radicals who's goal is to destroy Israel and America. Look at the policies, the economy, moratorium on drilling, attempts to allow illegals to have amnesty and suing the Sheriffs in Arizona for enforcing the immigration laws...will people please wake up and realize these peoples goals are sinister.


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Great summary of Obama's anti-Israel policies [14 words]

dark_poplar 

Dec 22, 2011 22:16

Can Israel survive another Obama Term? NO! [6 words]

JMK 

Aug 19, 2011 12:36

⇒ Can Israel survive another Obama Term? [144 words]

Deborah 

Jul 6, 2011 18:07

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