i agree, both candidates were gonna fight terrorists, but we knew how Bush does it. i was hoping Kerry would do it wiser. who knows. i hope Bush will be successful in his war. if there is anything i can help him i would. the only thing is that i'm certainly not convinced that he was chasing terrorists in Iraq. he created many freedom fighters in Iraq though.<br><br>by fixing the Palestinian war he could cut all the issue into half, because that's where most of the ideological support for anti american feelings come from. if the Palestine would be created and it was accepted by most nations in the world, terrorists would loose all their foundings. right now people in the middle east are not shy to give big amounts of money to support the Palestinian case. i have given a small fortune by now myself. all this money that is supposed to go help suffering children usually ends up as funding for bombs and firearms.<br><br>
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#202091 - 11/05/0403:13 AMRe: The United States today
Seriously, who's going to get elected in this country (see: large Jewish population) who doesn't come out in favor of Israel and against 'the terrorists'...?<br><br>I dunno man - fewer than 6 M jews in america according to http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/Judaism/jewpop.html<br>1 M or so in NY where the vote will be Democratic anyway... <br><br>assuming all 6 M Jews vote the same way in favor of a good Isreal policy, that's still only 6M/300M = 2% of US votes. (note that I assume that the proportion of elligible voters in the general population is the same as the proportion of elligible voters in the jewish population - pretty safe assumption). 2%, while enough to have made this election much closer, is still not a sure victory in the polls.<br><br>neye<br><br>
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I don't know if it's sheer numbers as it is their positions in high places, and their influence on American society in general...<br><br>'Less than 6 million' can't be right...I have nothing to base that feeling on, but it just doesn't sound accurate.<br><br><br><br>[color:red]C'mon...you know me.</font color=red>
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