Four years ago, Obama entered the White House riding a wave of optimism and hope. When you make your decision about how to vote, think long and hard about the following question: Are America and Israel better off than they were four years ago? Is the world a better and safer place?
The answer, at this point, should be clear: Obama does not deserve a second term. We, as American Jews, must vote accordingly.
About the Author: Michael Freund is the Founder and Chairman of Shavei Israel. He writes a syndicated column and feature stories for the Jerusalem Post, Israel’s leading English-language daily, and he previously served as Deputy Director of Communications & Policy Planning in the Prime Minister’s Office under Benjamin Netanyahu. A native of New York, he holds an MBA in Finance from Columbia University and a BA from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University.
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