In his speech to AIPAC, Sen. Barack Obama tilted to the right on the Israeli-Palestinian dispute, blurring past policy differences with President George W. Bush, Sen. John McCain and Sen. Hillary Clinton.
The Real News Network Senior News Analyst Aijaz Ahmad tells us that when Obama finished his speech at the AIPAC policy conference in Washington, he got an applause more thunderous than there had been for McCain on the first day.
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Obama has come along way from the days when Karl Rove called him a man of the far left. He no longer speaks of the "tragic plight of the Palestinians" and adds that postponing elections would have been the best way to deal with Hamas as they were sure to win a majority in free elections.
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