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Sunday, 22 April 2007

The Democraps

Friends of Al Gore have secretly started assembling a campaign team in preparation for the former American vice-president to make a fresh bid for the White House. Meanwhile,

Hitlary Rodham Clinton said Saturday that if she is elected president, she would make her husband a roaming ambassador to the world, using his skills to repair the nation's tattered image abroad.

"I can't think of a better cheerleader for America than Bill Clinton, can you?" the Democratic senator from New York asked a crowd jammed into a junior high school gymnasium. "He has said he would do anything I asked him to do. I would put him to work." When asked what role the former president would play in her administration, she left no doubt it would be an important one. What about Osama, sorry Obama? Well

“He has reached out to the Jewish community, and the Jewish community has reached out to him,” Solow said in a phone interview. “Obama has reached out, has shown up at Jewish community events, has expressed concern — including support for Israel — in a way that is reassuring,” said Jay Tcath, director of Chicago’s Jewish Community Relations Council.

Signs of Obama’s outreach include attending the American Israel Public Affairs Committee’s Washington policy conference in May. All congressional candidates get an automatic invitation to the AIPAC conference, but attendance — especially by those who aren’t incumbents — is considered a serious commitment to the pro-Israel community.