Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Newspaper: Obama is no friend of Israel

Investor's Business Daily believes Barack Obama has gone to great lengths to foll Jewish voters and other supporters of Israel.

From an editorial in today's edition:
Barack Obama tells Israel's supporters he's on their side. But he's using the playbook of Yasser Arafat, the Palestinian terrorist who said one thing to the West and another to the radicals who supported him.
The newspaper cautions voters about electing a man who is willing to turn his back on America's strongest ally in the Middle East.

More from the editorial:
This should be enough for Obama supporters who stand behind Israel to rethink their vote. Those concerned about honesty and integrity should do the same, since Obama has sworn to be a friend of Israel.

Obama's deception reminds us of the way that Arafat tolerated Israel when talking to the Western media, but had the tongue of a terrorist when speaking in Arabic to radical Palestinian elements. Arafat said what he needed to say to keep his position of power. Obama will say anything to get elected, and then do another to achieve his goal of cutting off oxygen to Israel, the only freely elected government and U.S. friend in the region, outside of the newly formed Iraq.
Read the full editorial, "No Friend Of Israel," at the newspaper's Web site.

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