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 Asunto: El nº2 de Obama. "I´m a Zionist"
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JOE BIDEN: 'I am a Zionist'

Biden in 2007 interview: I am a Zionist
Barack Obama's new running mate praises Israel
in 2007 interview with 'Shalom TV'

By YITZHAK BENHORIN
Israel News Saturday, 23 August 2008

WASHINGTON — Senator Joe Biden, who was chosen by Democratic
presidential hopeful Barack Obama to be his running mate in the
upcoming US elections, has previously declared himself to be a Zionist.


SENATOR JOE BIDEN: Pimping for Israel

Calling Israel "the single greatest strength America has in the Middle
East," he also revealed a Jewish connection in an interview last year.

During the interview conducted by the Jewish Shalom TV Biden said,
"I am a Zionist. You don't have to be a Jew to be a Zionist." He also
revealed that his son is married to a Jewish woman, of the Berger
family from Delaware, and that he had participated in a Passover Seder
at their house.

He added that "probably my most poignant Seder memory is not with
the Bergers, but what happened right after I came back from meeting
Golda Meir (in 1973). I had predicted that something was going on in
Egypt. And I remember people talking about what it meant to them
if Israel were actually defeated."

'Greatest Middle East ally'

Biden presented himself as a friend to Israel, which he referred to as
"the US' greatest Middle East ally."

"Imagine our circumstance in the world were there no Israel. How many
battleships would there be? How many troops would be stationed?"
he asked.

He also called comments about Israel's connection to the war in Iraq
"insulting", explaining that "if tomorrow, peace broke out between
Israelis and Palestinians, does anybody think there wouldn't be a
full-blown war in Iraq?"

Regarding the terror attacks in Israel, Biden said the Sept. 11 attacks
made American parents feel what Israeli parents have been feeling.

"The difference between now and before 9/11," he said, "is that many
Americans can taste what it must feel like for every Israeli mother
and father when they send their kid out to school with their lunch to
put them on a bus, on a bicycle or to walk; and they pray to God that
cell phone doesn't ring."

http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0%2C73 ... %2C00.html


BARACK OBAMA:
The Kosher Connection


Denver 2008: Boosters, Power Brokers
and Money Men — The Behind the Scenes Players

— The Jewish Daily Forward August 21, 2008




On his path to the Democratic convention, Barack Obama had
a complicated push-and-pull relationship with the Jewish community.
When he was an upstart politician in Chicago, local Jews were some
of his earliest supporters, and Obama likes to tell Jewish audiences
that in some of his early races, he was criticized for being too close
to Jews.

Obama came into this race with a Jewish chief campaign strategist,
David Axelrod, but in the Democratic primaries, much of the Jewish
political establishment lined up behind opponent Hillary Clinton.
The Jewish power brokers who backed him struggled to reassure
voters that Obama would be good for Israel and that he could be
trusted.

Now that Obama is preparing to accept the nomination in Denver,
his Jewish backers go into the convention with their stock on the rise.
Here’s a closer look at the Jewish conventioneers who helped Obama
reach the stage at Invesco Field.



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Alan Solomont
The Early Hekhsher

Democratic mega-donor Alan Solomont will spend the week of the
convention meeting with Jewish Democrats, conferring with Obama’s
national finance committee, hosting a lunch for Massachusetts
Governor Deval Patrick and casting his delegate ballot to officially
nominate Obama.

The bustle of conventions is nothing new for Solomont. He has played
a prominent role in each of the past five Democratic presidential
campaigns, and he was a national finance chair for the Democratic
National Committee in the late 1990s under Bill Clinton. In early 2007,
prominent Jewish donors had already begun to line up behind
presumptive favorite Hillary Clinton, and Solomont was expected
to do the same, but he broke ranks.

“It was clear this election was going to be about change,” Solomont
told the Forward. “People were ready to turn the page, for a new
approach to politics. I felt as though Senator Obama spoke to that
longing in ways no other candidate did.”

Solomont signed on to the Obama campaign in January 2007,
sending shockwaves through the Democratic Party. He was one
of the first established Democratic fundraisers to back Obama
outside the senator’s home state of Illinois, and it gave the fledgling
campaign instant gravitas.

“It was huge,” said Steven Grossman, a longtime Democratic
fundraiser and a backer of Hillary Clinton’s primary bid. “I think
it gave Senator Obama great credibility early on in the community
of heavyweight fundraisers and political activists.”

So startling was the news, according to a party insider, that it sent
the Clinton campaign scrambling to roll out its own fundraising
team ahead of schedule. Solomont took charge of fundraising for
Obama in the northeast and was pivotal in helping Obama raise
enough money in the early part of the race to prove he was viable.

When Obama and Solomont first met in 2005, Obama pointed out
that they shared a common background in community organizing:
Solomont worked for several years in Lowell, Mass., before going
into the nursing home business, where he made a fortune. Solomont
has also been a backer of a number of Jewish causes, including the
J Street Project, a dovish Israel-focused lobbying group and political
action committee that launched in June.

— Anthony Weiss



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Robert Wexler
Jewish Surrogate #1

On the evening of August 27, Robert Wexler will address the
Democratic National Convention for the first time — a sign of the
new stature he has gained as one of Barack Obama’s earliest and
most vocal supporters. Fittingly, he’ll be addressing national
security and foreign policy, topics he has spoken about many times
as he has tried to win Obama the support of the Jewish community.

Wexler, a Democratic congressman from Florida, signed on to
the Obama campaign in March 2007, making him one of the first
congressmen, and one of the first Jewish politicians of national
stature, to endorse Obama.

“Hillary got the top three tiers of people, in terms of staff and
members of Congress and surrogates,” one Democratic party insider
said. “Edwards got the fourth tier. Barack got the fifth tier, with a
couple notable exceptions. Wexler was that exception.”

Wexler gave Obama instant bona fides in the Jewish community.
Wexler represents the 19th district in South Florida, one of the most
heavily Jewish congressional districts in the country, and he is
respected as a pro-Israel voice in Congress. In fact, Wexler says,
one of the issues that won him over was Obama’s stance on Israel.

“I was convinced then, and I’m even more convinced now, that
Senator Obama’s staunch support for Israel, and his compelling
case to directly engage in diplomacy with Iran for the purpose
of thwarting Iran’s nuclear ambition and stopping their financial
support for terror, was the most pro-Israel position that a
presidential candidate could take,” Wexler told the Forward.

Not everybody shared Wexler’s confidence. The 47-year-old
congressman became Obama’s most prominent Jewish surrogate,
crisscrossing the country and speaking to audiences in Ohio,
Pennsylvania, Maryland, Georgia and Iowa.

Wexler helped shepherd Obama through a much-publicized tour
that he made of South Florida — including one event at the
synagogue where Wexler had gotten married — to reassure
Jewish voters.

Wexler says he got his political education in the district, going
from couch to couch in the local condominiums and drinking
in the advice of a group of elderly Jewish ex-New Yorkers who
schooled him in the ways of the world.

But now Wexler’s stumping for Obama has taken him from the
sofas of Boca Raton to the national stage in Denver.

— Anthony Weiss



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Penny Pritzker
The Chicago Booster

Few people at the convention will be busier than Penny Pritzker,
Obama’s national finance chair and the mastermind behind his
record-breaking campaign.

Pritzker grew up in one of Chicago’s wealthiest and most
prominent Jewish families — owners of the Hyatt hotel chain,
founders of the most prestigious prize in architecture and major
donors to civic, Jewish and political causes.

At her dinner table, she told the Forward, there were two main
topics of conversation, “business and politics.” And she recalls
watching her mother and Nancy Pelosi stuff envelopes in the
family living room.

Pritzker met Obama in the late 1990s, when his brother-in-law
coached her son in basketball. She quickly became a member
of Obama’s tight-knit circle of supporters from Chicago, many
of whom were Jewish. Abner Mikva, himself a friend and adviser
to Obama, said that the support of Pritzker and James Crown,
another Chicago Jewish scion, helped establish Obama in the
Chicago Jewish community.

“It’s not just money — it’s the fact that they’re both involved in
Jewish charities and pro-Israel activities,” Mikva told the Forward.
“They’re a seal of good housekeeping as far as Chicago Jews are
concerned with Barack’s bona fides.”

Pritzker backed Obama in his 2004 Senate campaign, but she
did not have a national reputation as a fundraiser when Obama
tapped her in 2006 to chair his finance committee. In fact, she was
not even a party-line Democrat, having donated $2,000 to George
W. Bush in 2003, according to the Center for Responsive Politics.

Still, she took on the job, drawing on her own experience running
her family’s businesses to help craft a fundraising machine that
has skillfully combined traditional big-money donors with
large-scale, Internet-focused fundraising from small donors.

— Anthony Weiss



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Abner Mikva
The Chicago Vet

Abner Mikva has not been a major part of this year’s campaign,
but Barack Obama might not have made it this far without him.
During Obama’s early days in Chicago, Mikva schooled him
in the rough ways of Chicago politics and introduced him to a
number of the supporters — many of them Jewish — who would
become part of Obama’s Chicago base.

“I tried to help him whenever I could,” Mikva said. “When he
was running for Congress, and later on for the Senate, I would help
organize fundraisers for him on the North Shore, which had been
my congressional district, and along the lakefront in Chicago ….
A lot of people who came to those were Jewish.”

Mikva grew up in Milwaukee in a household that was Jewish
politically, if not religiously.

“It’s a part of the Yiddishkheit we grew up with to be a liberal,”
Mikva told the Forward.

After he moved to Chicago, Mikva put down his political roots
in the Chicago Jewish community. During his first campaign for
state senate in Hyde Park — later Obama’s neighborhood —
his punning motto was “Mikva Means Clean Government.”

Later, after Mikva became a federal judge in Washington, he tried
to hire Obama as a law clerk, but Obama turned him down. When
Mikva returned to Chicago, the two became friends. Mikva took
Obama under his wing, instructing him on how to speak and
whom to know, and introduced Obama to his old base.

“I was fascinated from the first time I saw him with Jewish
constituents at how easily they got along with him, how much
they liked him and were drawn to him, and how well he answered
questions, particularly on Israel,” Mikva said. “He did better than
I used to do.”

— Anthony Weiss


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Dan Shapiro
The Middle East Hand

Dan Shapiro will come into Denver with a new job. In the week
before the convention, Shapiro was hired to join the Obama
campaign as a senior adviser and the outreach coordinator to
the Jewish community. He had already been volunteering full time
for the campaign for well over a year, advising on Middle East
and Jewish community issues.

The decision to give Shapiro a formal job in the campaign
headquarters is part of an effort to increase outreach to many
subgroups of voters and to pay special attention to Jewish voters,
who are considered part of the backbone of any Democratic
campaign.

Obama now has a staff of three, headed by Shapiro, that deals
with Jewish outreach. The McCain campaign, in contrast, does not
have any staff members assigned to work only with Jewish voters.

“The Obama campaign is reaching out aggressively to the Jewish
community through the creation of Jewish Community Leadership
Councils in cities around the country, and Dan joins National Jewish
Vote Director Eric Lynn to augment and expand this outreach effort,”
an August 19 statement issued by the campaign read.

While Shapiro served on the National Security Council during
the Clinton administration, most of his political career was spent
working on Capitol Hill. He was deputy chief of staff for Senator
Bill Nelson and worked on the staffs of Senator Dianne Feinstein
and Rep. Lee Hamilton, who once chaired the House Foreign
Affairs Committee.

Shapiro is known to hold moderate views on Middle East issues
and is a strong supporter of the Israeli-Arab peace process. At the
same time, Shapiro has made clear his opposition to having ties
with members of the Hamas movement, which now controls Gaza.

For the past year, Shapiro maintained contact with Jewish groups
in Washington and met with representatives of most Jewish
organizations. He took part in all of Obama’s meetings with
Jewish groups and joined the candidate’s recent trip to Israel
and the Middle East.

— Nathan Guttman


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Eric Lynn
The Campaign’s Jewish Face

Though the Obama campaign recently hired Dan Shapiro to run
its Jewish outreach operation, Eric Lynn will be the campaign’s
familiar face for most Jewish activists at the convention.

Lynn joined the Obama campaign in July 2007 and has since been
in charge of ties between the candidate and the Jewish community.
He will remain in place as the campaign’s No. 2 Jewish staffer,
with the title of “Jewish vote director.”

Lynn’s ties to Obama, however, extend back to before the candidate
had even run for national office.

The two first met in 1999, in their hometown of Chicago. At the time,
Lynn was the director of a local pro-Israel PAC and Obama was
an Illinois state senator who was waging a long-shot campaign for
Congress. Though Obama wasn’t well known, Lynn was impressed.

“I immediately saw he was the kind of person you’d like to see as
the president of the US” Lynn told the Forward in a June interview.

Since then, Lynn has worked for a number of politicians in
Washington. He served on the staff of former Florida congressman
Peter Deutsch, where he was involved in Middle East issues and
Jewish affairs. In 2004, he filled a similar position in the John Kerry
campaign under Jay Footlik.

In 2007, Lynn formally joined the Obama campaign and was quickly
faced with the need to deal with the rash of anti-Obama e-mails
circulating among Jewish voters.

Obama’s Jewish community staffers also double as Middle East
advisers, and as such, Lynn is among those who discuss regional
policy issues with the candidate. Lynn spent a year in Israel,
studying at the Hebrew University and working for a Jerusalem
high-tech company.

“His knowledge of the Middle East is incredible,” Lynn said
of Obama.

Now Lynn’s work has brought him back to Chicago, where he has
helped establish Obama support groups in areas that have large
Jewish populations.

— Nathan Guttman

http://www.forward.com/articles/14056/


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Ya sabia yo que el Obama este era otro capullo, seguro que sera parecido a Bush (disimula)

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MikeToreno escribió:
Ya sabia yo que el Obama este era otro capullo, seguro que sera parecido a Bush (disimula)


Yo creo que será incluso peor, dale tiempo. A este, además de hijo de puta como bush, se le ve medianamente inteligente, lo que le hace más peligroso todavía. No es el que maneja los hilos, pero tampoco es un mero títere como el pijo-paleto petrolero.

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EE.UU. no practica en su casa lo que promueve fuera de ella. John williamson

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Esta gente ya no tiene reparo ninguno en defender el sionismo y declararse abiertamente pro-sionistas. La única diferencia entre esto y la apología al genocidio-racismo del blanco al negro, es que el primero esta bien visto en esta sociedad y el segundo no, pero son exactamente lo mismo, incluso yo diría que lo primero peor, porque alardean de ser sionistas como si fuera una virtud o algo así.

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Pues claro que lo consideran una virtud, e intentan identificar el prosionismo con Occidente. Lo peor de todo es que hay mucho tonto que se lo creé o le mola que así sea, como a César Vidal o a Losantos. Creen que el estandarte de Occidente es EEUU, su estilo de democracia (!) , su libre mercado y su apoyo a Israel. Lo peor de todo es que hay gente entre nuestro pensamiento que les da la razón a estos liberales, sin percatarse que la idea de Occidente es más antigua que EEUU, más antigua que el capitalismo y el sionismo.

El pueblo elige a su presidente, y el sionismo decide lo que el presidente dice y hace. VIVA LA DEMOCRACIA.

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Y aquí en la television de Cataluña, acaban de decir textualmente “el presidente que puede hacer un profundo cambio en la politica norteamericana”......si, si., un profundo cambio de maquillage, ....cuando oigo este tipo de comentarios en la televisión publica no se si romper a llorar o ponerme a reir, mas que nada porque hay muuuuucha gente que se lo cree.

Muerte al ZOG.

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Para todos ellos que van defendiendo al 'bourbon' y a la monarquía, os lo dedico: http://es.youtube.com/watch?v=_lO5Mg89YzY

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sera peor que bush.
y encima se declara pro-sionista .
horro!!!!!
el blanco sera cada vez mas perseguido.


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Aaagggg! no he podido ver el video entero del Borbón. Sólo ver que tenia la kippá puesta en la cabeza me ha revuelto el estómago.

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Regarding the terror attacks in Israel, Biden said the Sept. 11 attacks
made American parents feel what Israeli parents have been feeling.

"The difference between now and before 9/11," he said, "is that many
Americans can taste what it must feel like for every Israeli mother
and father when they send their kid out to school with their lunch to
put them on a bus, on a bicycle or to walk; and they pray to God that
cell phone doesn't ring."

¿No fue el 11-S exactamente lo que los sionistas necesitaban para involucrar a jUSA en su orgía destructora de Oriente Medio? ¿Un "evento catalizador parecido a Pearl Harbour", como lo llamó el judío Wolfowitz? ¿Acaso no es el lobby sionista de Washington quien promueve sin descanso una intervención militar en Irán?


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Esta declaración tiene le mérito de ser clara al menos (humm) , pero se dudaba de toda manera los USA (and Israël claro) son el cuartel general de los sionistas.

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Mi patria : Francia.
Los que tienen valores, los que resisten en toda europa.
Pertenezco a los pueblos celtas y niego el "políticamente correcto"
Viva FN y DN.


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Bueno a ver si la "Madre Rusia" nos salva de estos sionistas

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MikeToreno escribió:
Bueno a ver si la "Madre Rusia" nos salva de estos sionistas

Putin defiende los intereses de Rusia de la misma forma que Bush defiende los de eeuu. Se que no compartireis mi opinión, pero ojalá tuviéramos en España un presidente como Bush que defendiera nuestros intereses como el defiende los de su nación.


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El paleto de George W. no defiende los intereses de su país, sino los de los sionistas y las grandes corporaciones.


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El paleto de George W. no defiende los intereses de su país, sino los de los sionistas y las grandes corporaciones.


Ahi le has dado, esa es la diferencia entre EEUU y Rusia

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