The 2002 elections for Congressional representatives and 1/3 of the Senate are just over two months away. The 2004 elections for Congressional representatives, 1/3 of the Senate, and the presidency are just over twenty-six months away.
One good sign is that pro-terrorist, anti-Israel Congresswoman Cynthia McKinley was defeated by her Democratic primary opponent this week.
* Should the Democratic Party be abandoned by pro-Israel voters?
* Does the Republican Party really support Israel?
* Does either party have a well-defined coherent foreign policy?
* What individual races are particularly significant for voters concerned about issues relating generally to Israel, terrorism, the "axis of evil," and so forth?
* What's the best course of action for centrist and left-wing voters who also support Israel?
* I presume Bush will be the Republican presidential candidate in 2004. Who would be a good replacement for Cheney in 2004, who probably will not run as VP again?
* What should be done to get a pro-Israel, strongly anti-terrorist Democratic presidential slate in 2004?
Feel free to rephrase the questions or add your own.