Friday, September 26, 2008

Another Reason for Jews to Dump Obama: McCain and the Israel - Arab "Peace Process"


McCain will refrain from actively engaging in the peace process
By Ted Belman
Last week I wrote to John McCain’s press office and recommended that he take a position of not pushing Israel to capitulate in the peace process. I wrote that it would contrast with Obama’s position supported by J-Street and his foreign policy advisors that Israel should be pressured to make further concessions.
So you can imagine my satisfaction of seeing this in INN

McCain ‘Would Not Promote Israel-PA Talks’
by Gil Ronen
( A U.S. administration under John McCain would discourage Israeli-Syrian peace talks and refrain from actively engaging in the Israeli-Palestinian diplomatic process. That was the message delivered over the weekend by two McCain advisers – Max Boot, a senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations, and Richard Williamson, the Bush administration’s special envoy to Sudan – during a retreat hosted by the Washington Institute for Near East Policy at the Lansdowne Resort in rural Virginia.

Richard Danzig, a representative of Barack Obama, said the Democratic presidential candidate would take the opposite approach on both issues.

I believe this is an important policy difference, one which will drive more Jews to vote for McCain.

Shock Poll: Jews Now Favor McCain in New York, 54-32

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