How can you tell the Jews are nervous??

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    They get the best paid-off Congress persons in the US capitol to beat up on the Prime Minister from a country we are trying to rebuild to say things publicaly that he doesn't agree with. Boy this sure shows the world who pulls the stings to the puppets in this country!! The Jewish lobby is calling in favors and cranking up the rumor mill to take the heat off of Israel's defiance to world oppinion, and the pressure from moderates to have a cease fire.

    I think this CNN poll is bullshit, and a ploy to divert negative feelings towards Israel's handling of the situation.

    http://www.cnn.com/2006/POLITICS/07/19/mideast.poll/

    Todays comments made by the like of Charles LeScumbag Schumar, and the SuperPutzwatercarrier Jack'off Reid.

    http://msnbc.msn.com/id/3626796/

    No wonder nobody respects the US anymore. Even the Congress of the US shows contempt for the very ideals this county was founded on.
     
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    You're talking about Howard Dean calling him an anti-Semite right?

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    WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. -- Democratic Party chairman Howard Dean on Wednesday called Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki an "anti-Semite" for failing to denounce Hezbollah for its attacks against Israel.

    Al-Maliki has condemned Israel's offensive, prompting several Democrats to boycott his address to a joint meeting of Congress and others to criticize him. Dean's comments were the strongest to date.

    "The Iraqi prime minister is an anti-Semite," the Democratic leader told a gathering of business leaders in Florida. "We don't need to spend $200 and $300 and $500 billion dollars bringing democracy to Iraq to turn it over to people who believe that Israel doesn't have a right to defend itself and who refuse to condemn Hezbollah."

    On Tuesday, leading Senate Democrats said in a sharply worded letter that Al-Maliki's "failure to condemn Hezbollah's aggression and recognize Israel's right to defend itself raises serious questions about whether Iraq under your leadership can play a constructive role in resolving the current crisis and bringing stability to the Middle East."

    The Republican National Committee rejected Dean's criticism of Al-Maliki, saying, "It is incredibly troubling that Howard Dean would seek to score cheap political points by attacking the democratically elected prime minister of Iraq."

    On Capitol Hill, Sen. John Warner, R-Va., the chairman of the Armed Services Committee, said: "I dismiss Howard Dean. Really, he's a disappointment, even to Democrats. I don't care to deal with that."

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    Dean also used the Florida appearance to criticize President Bush, calling him "the most divisive president probably in our history" as he complained that Republican policies of deceit and finger-pointing are tearing the country apart.

    "He's always talking about those people. It's always somebody else's fault. It's the gays' fault. It's the immigrants' fault. It's the liberals' fault. It's the Democrats' fault. It's Hollywood people," Dean said. "Americans are sick of that. Even if you win elections doing that, you drag down our country."

    Dean spoke to about 240 business leaders in Palm Beach County at a gathering of the Democratic Professionals Forum. It is part of a nationwide grassroots campaign to get voters involved in politics on a local level ahead of the November elections.

    Republicans welcomed Dean's appearance in Florida, criticizing him for the same divisiveness he accused Republicans of creating.

    "Howard Dean's divisive rhetoric has done nothing more than drive the Democrat Party further to the extreme left of the political spectrum," said Carole Jean Jordan, head of the Republican Party of Florida.

    http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/national/1110AP_Iraq_Dean.html
     
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    I just assume they're always nervous. Nervous for the day when white people wake up and go "Screw this, you guys are full of shit"
     
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    I was talking about the Democrats in the House who got this guy into a room and drilled him for answers as to Hezbollah. I guess they wanted him to admit that Hezbollah is wrong to do what they did, and that he has to show respect for the US, before they would support his cause, I guess.

    It was pretty evident that Reids and Schumars were out bolstering support for Israels refusal to a cease fire. I figure the Congress is buying Israel some time to push back the Hezbollah before the world opinion demands it.. Now, granted, the Hezbollah are continuing to fire rockets at Israel too.. I would bet the real world opinion balance is for Israel to back off, and let the Hezbollah save some face. I don't know. But even with the cause of the nervousness aside for the Pro Israel faction, it seemed like many in the US Congress were walking lock step.

    One other interesting note. The voices of the Allied countries were pretty meek today when each announced their committment to sending troups in to be a part of a UN Peacekeeping force.. Sign of the times, exhaustion, or not wanting to piss off the Arabs???

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    Sounded to me that they were having a hard time agreeing who was going to run the show. I bet Kofi didn't get nominated for the job by acclaimation.:laugh:
     
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    I'm against us sending more troops for this crap. Let the jews die for their damn gift of land from god.
     
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    Peacekeeping mission. What does that mean? Fighting jews? Fighting hezbollah? Holding southern lebanon? screw all of those choices.
     
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    It's a euphemism for a referee I think.
     
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    I bet they're gonna want us to hold southern lebanon and be shot like sitting ducks as we patrol around the brush and get destroyed by snipers and IED's screw this. If they don't have the manpower screw them. This IS NOT our war.
     
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    We are not changing minds over there. We are convincing them of the truth of zionist intentions. No matter how many leaders we pay to say what we want to believe, the people will hate us and the jews even more.
     

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