With President Obama's endorsement of returning Israel's borders to 1967 levels, which has infuriated our Jewish allies, political analysts are attempting to figure out what impact, if any, this will have in the upcoming 2012 Presidential election.
I believe next year's election could be very good for Republicans.
The Democratic Party has won the Jewish vote in twenty-two straight elections, even though the Republican Party has historically been friendlier to Jewish interests than Democrats, who have run candidates like Jimmy Carter and Barack Obama.
In fact, the Presidency of Jimmy Carter left such a bad taste in the mouth of Jewish voters, that Reagan came within points of winning a plurality in 1980.
Which is what I believe will happen next year.
President Obama's history of hostility towards Israel and Jewish interests is bad enough, but his endorsement of the 1967 borders in coordination with the rightward drift of younger Jews will help the next Republican for President gain, and I firmly believe this, close to 30% of the vote.
Start watching for signs, because Jewish voters are going to mass exodus into the GOP.
What say you?