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Posts Tagged ‘Israel’
Posted in carbon emissions, climate change, Copenhagen, Democrats, Elections, Environment, Foreign Affairs, global warming, Obama, Politics, Radical Islam, Republicans, Sarah Palin, tagged 2010 Elections, Andy Stern, Arafar, Bill Clinton, Bush, Bush Tax Cuts, Cap and Trade, Congress, Copenhagan, General McChrystal, George Bush, Globsl Warming, Israel, Midterm Elections, NASA, Netenyahu, Obama, President Bush, President Obama, Rolling Stone, Sarah Palin, SEIU, Tax Cuts, unions on October 20, 2010| 3 Comments »
Posted in Foreign Affairs, Human Rights, hypocrisy, Media, moral values, Obama, Politics, Radical Islam, Terrorism, tagged Ahmet Davutoglu, Anti-Semitism, Benjamin Netanyahu, Egypt, Erdogan, Flotilla, Free Gaza Movement, Gaza Strip, Hamas, IDF, IHH, Iran, Israel, Israeli Blockade, Jews, Palestinians, Radical Islam, Terrorism, Turkey on June 7, 2010| 6 Comments »
In wake of the recent Israeli/Gaza debacle one common theme is emerging; the world really hates Jews. You would think such a profound lack of moral clarity would be highly alarming to the rational masses. But these days, brainwashed Muslims, uninterested Americans, and welfare loving Europeans have immediately trounced on the unjust opportunity to bash, discredit and rant against the only bastion of freedom in an un-free world. Israel.
The facts of this story are very simple. But like the Arizona Illegal Immigration debate, getting the facts to the users has proven too much to handle for our media, the UN, and Jew hating Muslims worldwide. Let me give you the background on recent events occurring in the middle-eastern area called the Gaza Strip. (more…)
Posted in Foreign Affairs, Health Care, Quick Hits, tagged Benjamin Netanyahu, Dead Bodies, Detroit, Health Care, Israel, Military, MLB, New York Times, Nobel Peace Prize, NYTimes, Obama, Tigers, Yankees on October 12, 2009| 2 Comments »
Last week began an important meeting of the United Nations General Assembly in New York. In front of the entire world, heads of state were able to loquaciously discuss a broad range of topics including the world economy, climate change, and disarmament strategies. Many say these meetings are nothing better than an opportunity for any nation, no matter how small to grandstand and ramble in whatever direction they so choose. I believe these meetings serve a much greater purpose. Not only did President Obama explain in his own words what leftist ideology is, (more…)