Larry Greenfield, California Director, Republican Jewish Coalition
Andrew Lachman, President, Democrats for Israel, Los Angeles
Moderated by Steven Goldberg, Vice President, CJHSLA; National Vice President ZOA
November 11, 2007 - Sportsmen's Lodge - Los Angeles, CA
• There is no such thing as an insignificant election for the President of the United States, but rarely have the stakes been as high as in the 2008 race.
• Voters will be asked to choose who can best lead the country to deal with Iraq and Afghanistan, can best handle Iran and Russia, and can best deal with ongoing environmental and economic problems.
In the Middle East, the Jewish State faces the risk of
complete physical annihilation for the first time in decades.
• Politicians - especially politicians dealing with issues as daunting as these - have an interest in keeping their policies vague so as to appeal to the broadest constituency