November 8, 2012

Why Obama Won't Punish Netanyahu

David Horovitz, Times of Israel

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Early on election night, when the first projection for Virginia came through and put the state as “too close” to call, Britain’s SKY news did a drill-down of Virginia voters’ reasons for their presidential choice. Lots of voters who had plumped for Mitt Romney said they had done so primarily because of concerns about the economy. Many of those who had chosen Barack Obama — he ultimately took the state — said they had done so first and foremost because of his policies on health care. For what percentage of Virginia voters had foreign policy been the key issue that determined their vote? Zero. That’s right — 0%!

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