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dbroncos, almost exactly my experience too. With all his shortcomings I am almost thinking I liked dubya Bush better. Of course I have to puke when I say that. But I have been throwing up with Obama's revolting double talk to everyone, and shameless pandering to Zionists. Profanity is not my thing but this SNL un-aired skit says it all. Probably one of the best satire/realities ever. link to hulu.com
“Graham: Name one person in your opinion who’s intimidated by the Jewish lobby in the US Senate”
Answer that goes begging: "Name one that isn't"
Here are some impressions from last night’s debate:
-Whatever little Americans know about the rest of the world was abundantly demonstrated by both candidates. Even more so by Mitt Romney.
-All foreign policy matters must be decided with Israel in mind. To rephrase, U.S. foreign policy should come from Tel Aviv, not Washington.
-We must take care of Israelis before we take care of Americans.
-If we attack, bomb, kill, maim enough people in Muslim countries somehow that will make them love us. Romney would want to do that with more ships, planes and tanks. Obama would make that happen at a lower cost by utilizing drones and so-called smart weapons.
-So far these policies have garnered so much love and goodwill for the U.S. around the world that staying on course is the only viable option.
Both candidates validated the classic definition of insanity; Keep repeating failed approaches, and continue to expect vastly different results. This has worked remarkably in Iraq, and Afghanistan, at least in their eyes.
Expect more devastation for the foreseeable future.
With that level of courage and dedication you raise the hopes for humanity to continue. However, the dark side is infinitely superior in terms of funding and resources. Your visit to Waziristan will be exposing uncomfortable and inconvenient realities on the ground, those that brain-dead and State department-dependent media are oblivious to, and have no interest in researching. Code Pink is to Palestine and Pakistan what Neturei Karta is to Israel. Organizations, that mainstream so called, independent and free media, will not show or talk about.
You have the admiration and support of a lot of people, and Imran Khan is a great person, the only hope Pakistan has of combating terrorism and simultaneously emerging into the real world. Stooges that have been ruling the country and serving foreign interests, hate him, and do not provide protection for him. His only hope is for the Waziristan people to keep him and your delegation safe. But, while you are there, who is going to advise the people who man the drone program to keep their fingers away from the joy sticks?
Your trip will undoubtedly put another chink in the armor of the dark side. May you have a safe and successful trip.
Israel-U.S. have overwhelming weapons and logistics superiority. I see a few inevitables here if Israel-U.S. do attack Iran.
1-The damage to Iran will be massive but it will rebuild. And, justifiably, it will have more hatred for the west.
2-The biggest loser will be the U.S.
3-Israel will cease to exist within 5 years after this horrible war. The good Jews will suffer for the transgressing Zionists.
5- No American embassy will be left standing in the muslim world. That is Israel's goal.
Hint: Learn from Afghanistan.
The time to stop Israel is now.
I think if Finkelstein is heard properly he is saying he is tired and frustrated with the lack of results. I agree with him. I too support the BDS but I also know it will never get anywhere. The Palestinians remain as divided as ever. It is also true if you want a one state solution, simply recognize Israel. That act alone will confound the hell out of Israel.
Forgive me for puking. This provides another strong case for shutting down both the U.S. State Department and Defense Department. If these two, possibly other executive branches, are owned by Israel there is no reason for Americans to foot the bill. Israel is ultimate host manipulating parasite.
Walid, I was about to write the exact same comment. Romney has stated clearly what Obama has been doing quietly. Israel policy does not change with the changing of the presidency in the U.S. The two party system has one heart and that heart is Israel.
Watch Obama still whine and moan about the eight year old child in Siederot who cannot sleep. Well Mr. Obama, maybe children in Israel can sleep better now.
It will be a disaster for Abbas to back out now. He has little credibility as is. Let the U.S. veto it. Even in defeat the Palestinian movement will have victory. Israel will never win. Ever.
link to bit.ly
While we are at it we should ask how much of Congress' job is related to Israel and similarly for the President and the Secy of State. As it turns out Israel is first and foremost in the minds of our leaders. The Oath for office needs to be changed to accurately reflect Israel's importance in their minds and hearts.
The implication being that so far the U.S. has done everything not to alienate the Muslim world. Sorry, somehow that just does not appear to be a very sound assumption.
"MR. TONER: We can go around and around on this. " Yes, we have been going around this only for the last six decades thanks to our Congress, State Department and the White House. All I can say is I want my Tax money back.
Perry can say what he wants but the U.S. did not place a precondition on talks by mandating a Jerusalem construction freeze. link to bit.ly
Imagine if John Mearsheimer and Stephen Walt are interviewed on NPR and PBS. Thus would end all issues about Public Radio/TV's survival. All you need is to speak the truth and watch yourself be destroyed.
BTW corporate media will never let Finkelstein, Chomsky, or Mearsheimer and Walt come on their show.
Add her to the BDS list. I love it how the ignorant and illiterate get to represent Israel's worst acts in positive light and the public laps it up. My suspicion is she may be planning some sort of a Ahava type cosmetic line. Keep watching.
He should become complete and move to Israel. Why should our tax money be paid to this imbecile so he can live "as half a person" in the US.
BTW, good writing on part of Netanyahu's office. Certainly, West could not have come up with the Kurdish angle all on his own.
It would appear the refugees are saying, "you know, we can all live together" but the Virgilians claim only those of the Virgilian faith have a right to Manhattan. They have brought millions from all over the other states to strengthen their position. The indigenous Manhattese are doomed.
She may not have learnt anything but we did. Now we know why we elect lawmakers. So they can serve Israel. Not a word from her about how she plans to serve the U.S.
I want my tax money back.
When one betrays his own values to show loyalty to others it is never enough. Obama betrayed his core values and his base to appease Tel Aviv. It does not matter how much he tries Israel will never trust him. Good!
A lot of the damage was done by Will McCants of C.N.A. on his Jihadica blog. His tweeting of an unproven post quickly translated and widely disseminated simply because it pointed to "Islamists" was utterly irresponsible. By the time he retracted most MSM was not interested in picking up the correction. Jihadica Jumps the Gun on Islamist links
Please see following videos from July 19 Charlotte BDS protest:
link to bit.ly
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My dream game would be when Israel and the U.S. face off in a match. I would love to overhear conversations at the Whitehouse and in Congress about that game and it’s hoped-for outcome. Any predictions about how that will go? “Well our minds are with the American team but our hearts are with the Israelis”… etc.. etc..
If Israel lost to the U.S. team the next morning Congress, in an effort to placate any hard feelings, would pass an emergency bill authorizing an increase in military aid to kill more Palestinians. The President will call it a victory for both countries. Etc. etc.,
If Israel won, then the same increase will be called a reward. But aid will increase never the less.
"Dror Feiler, an ex-Israeli and passenger, told Ynet that the only thing between them and Gaza is the IDF."
Correction: "The only thing(s) between them and Gaza are the IDF and the U.S. Administration"
Podhoretz-“Gallup measures his approval at 60 percent, statistically unchanged from the 64 percent previously measured—but significantly changed from the 80 percent he registered a few months into 2009.”
The 80% is understandable because Barack Obama refused to criticize Israel copping out a “there can only be one president at any given time” when Israel viciously attacked Gaza in a well timed strategy to straddle presidential transition in the U.S. When he finally took office he refused to talk about Cast Lead.
He naively made a half hearted attempt to limit settlement expansion. The honeymoon was over at that time. Then came the 1967 language. Tel Aviv will not forget these indiscretions. Gallup’s poll is not predictive of his popularity in November 2012. It is only a current snapshot.
Podhoretz- “This doesn’t mean Jews won’t vote for him again, and in landslide numbers, in 2012—especially if the Republicans put up someone Jews decide to despise.”
All front runners on the Republican platform are hardcore, blind Israel supporters with, if any at all, very little understanding of geopolitical realities. So much so that Huckabee’s evangelical support & absence from the scene is not being felt much, and there is no telling when he will jump back in, even though he bowed out earlier. In 2012 Israel will find comfort in a solid, mindless, robotic supporter, not in a confusing, Obama.
Barack Obama’s Next Book, ‘Betrayal of Hope’
Celebrating six decades of foreign domination in the U.S.
This video will explain how Israel rules the rulers. Greece is not the first country to tow the line and won't be the last. Israeli Prime Minister trains U.S. Congress using Pavlovian methods
In my naivete I voted for Obama. His conduct since being in office has served to convince me never to trust another politician. It has also shaken my belief in democracy. In order to get my revenge I am tempted to vote for the worst person on the republican slate, which represents a major challenge; who is the worst in that line up.
U.S. State Department abandonment advisory to Americans on the Gaza Flotilla: "Hit the road Jack and don't you come back no more."
link to bit.ly
Facelift is good but the lobotomy is shabby. The surgeon left an "Israel First" chip in their.
For the Palestinians MLK's "I have a dream" to BO's " Yes we can" is turning out to be “Yes we can change your dream into a nightmare, and Yes we will.”
Kathleen, that is a great idea. MSM must provide coverage for this very critical flotilla. I will try contacting them also. Thx for the links.
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