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Barrack Obama laying the wreath in the Hall of Remembrance, Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial in Jerusalem, on Wednesday 23th July 2008.
Obama performing the Jewish ritual. It was not surprising that soon after the election was over, Obama obtained a total of 77% votes from the Jewish voters. Compared to John Kerry who only got 74% votes from the Jewish voter in 2004. In 2000, Al Gore obtained the most vote from the Jewish voters ie. 79%. Obama obtained the most votes from the Jewish voters in Connecticut and Massachusetts. In Connecticut, 61% of the Jews supported Obama. The Jews began to like Obama because a lot of Obama's statements were openly supporting the Israeli regime."My view is that the United States' special relationship with Israel obligates us to be helpful to them in the search for credible partners with whom they can make peace, while also supporting Israel in defending itself against enemies sworn to its destruction" Obama said in his media statement to Haaretz on 15th February 2007.Many people enjoyed to see Barrack Obama winning the seat to be the new President of the United States of America, as if Barrack Obama is the new President of the World. Many people do not realize that the war records made by the Democrats are much more than the Republicans. However there are others who said that there was no difference between Bush and Obama, except that the current one is a “Black Skinned Bush”. Is that so?
Obama being advised by Rahm Emanuel, a Jew during the Presidential campaign.
On November 2008, Rahm Emanuel (a Jew, son of an Israeli) was offered a position by Obama to become the White House Chief Of Staff. And it was even more surprising when Obama's mentor himself, ie. Abner Mikva stated "Obama will be the first Jewish President Of USA" in the Jerusalem Post on the 5th November 2008.
"Our job is to rebuild the road to real peace and lasting security throughout the region.
Our job is to do more than lay out another road map. That effort begins with a clear and strong commitment to the security of Israel : Our strongest ally in the region and its only established democracy. That will always be my starting point." speech of Obama when addressing the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) in Chicago on the 2nd March 2007. It seemed that if Bush's policy was considered as wicked and radical towards the Islamic world, Obama's policy is in no shortage of it! Obama's policy might be delicate and will “eat away from the inside”. An enemy who is a "silent killer" is usually more dangerous than an enemy who can be easily seen with the naked eyes. An American President will always be an American President, they come from the same lobbyists!Let's be careful...