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Americans in Israel Voting For McCain

The terrorist threat is real, but ironically, thanks to Bush our country is safe and thanks to McCain’s stand against his party in encouraging the strategy of the surge, the US is the big winner…but news of the terrorist threat stays out of the news and people are forgetting that when you vote for president you are voting on foreign policy and national security first and foremost.  If it’s domestic policy that is your number one priority then give those issues priority when voting for your congressman. Interestingly enough though, Americans living in Israel see the terrorist threat as real…of course they do…they are living on the front lines…and guess how they are voting?

According to Tom Gross, media blogger at NRO, Early exit polls show 76% voting for McCain!

In most countries, according to opinion polls, if the local populations had a vote in next week’s American elections, they would choose Obama over McCain.

Among the exceptions (where McCain would win) are Israel, Iraq, Georgia and the Philippines (all countries that have had to cope with terrorism).


October 30, 2008 - Posted by | Politics | , , , , , , , , , ,


  1. Now, if we can overcome the fraudulent votes in Ohio and Florida, maybe right will prevail. 😡

    Comment by angrynana | October 30, 2008 | Reply

  2. Funny just last nite I watched an Interview on Fox News where a reporter in Israel said that the voters favored Obama. There are no more fraudulent votes in Ohio and Florida in 2008 then there was in 2004 and 2008. That is just sour grapes. If McCain was clearly in the lead you wouldn’t even say that.

    Comment by Terry | November 3, 2008 | Reply

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