Another long-winded piece of anti-Semitism. We’ve heard this song before, in Russian, German, and Arabic.
Either get a new song or get away from the juke box. You are wearing out the needle.
This article is a sad, delusional diatribe.
8000 rockets have been fired at Israel since 2005. There you go Mead. Weave that into your narrative.
Oh wait you can’t.
posted on 11/19/2012 12:40:43 AM PST
("Government creates nothing" - Romney, 2012)
Is this *writer* on some sort of drugs?
Europeans have a tradition of “knightly”, limited wars. Two world wars and Hitler’s extermination of the Jews, and Stalin’s of almost everybody, were just anamolies /s
posted on 11/19/2012 1:24:52 AM PST
(One Who Can See)
I love these blowhards who refer to the "rest of the world screaming in anger" against the Israelis and their actions. The "rest of the world" is content to watch Hamas launch ground raids and fire missiles and artillery rockets against any person they can kill, to watch Hizbollah stockpile another 20,000 - 30,000 artillery rockets to bombard Israeli cities and Iran's open development of nuclear weapons. Their solution is just to let Israel keep getting hit over and over and then have them whine to the UN - who hates Israel.
We Americans aren't stupid: we recognize anti-semitism for what it is and we also recognize the innate irrationality of the arab/islamist position. They are not interested in coming to a solution that will ensure a peaceful future: they only want the destruction of Israel and the annihilation of the Jews.
The "rest of the world" can pound sand.
posted on 11/19/2012 2:59:36 AM PST
(A simple rule of life: if you can be blamed, you're responsible.)
Far from seeing Israels use of overwhelming force against limited provocation as harsh or immoral, many Americans see it as courageous and wise.
You're close Mead. I say we give the remaining Christians and atheist in Gaza 48 hours to leave, then nuke the place. That would be "wise."
posted on 11/19/2012 4:51:20 AM PST
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