Scary! I Sound Like Karl Rove! EEK!

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    http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2006/07/29/AR2006072900552.html
     
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    BS, you could get the average American voter to believe that he's a tuna fish if you wanted to.
     
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    I disagree. The press can manipulate the average person from saying certain things, that is 'politically correct or incorrect', but not what they think is right or wrong. Thus the seemingly disjointedness found over and over on foreign policy polls, (which differ mightily from political polls). Consistently 'the people' believe we are at war, by an enemy that needs to be fought. On the other hand, they have serious qualms about any given front.

    Thus the media has made the impression that things are going 'badly', though its unable to dislodge the belief that we are in danger. People for the most part haven't the time or interest to educate themselves on the specifics, but have enough knowledge to know that removing us from the fronts, will not necessarily make us safer, indeed may increase the danger, thus the contradictions.
     
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    Are you kidding Kathianne, you and the other neocon robots are so brainwashed you can't even discuss the conditions involving the establishment of israel. THEY ARE RELEVANT, despite your portrayal as this conflict beginning when hezbollah kidnapped jews. Doing so is "anti-semitism" in your CJDD (Chronic Judeo Deferential Disorder) worldview.
     
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    So if the current conflict wasn't sparked by Hezbollah kidnapping Israeli soldiers, how did it start?
     
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    You loonies keep saying "the current conflict" as if it exists in a hermetically sealed container, independant of other previous events. There has been an ongoing series of hostilities going back fifty years, to the questionable establishment of Israel itself. Just because you choose to ignore that fact, doesn't make your position stronger, it just makes you more willfully ignorant.
     
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    name a country that was not questionably established....
     
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    Lol I think the Mexicans have had things to say about that, not that I care but still we have a few southern states that "came to us" under less than cordial terms.
     
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    So you admit Israel is not necessarily on the moral highground. Good. So let's just get over this, "THe israelis have the moral highground" bullsnap. We've been over this once before manu. I don't agree that the US has a vested interest in seeing Israel win here. We will still fight terrorism as it pertains to us.

    This will not end until every country there is under the judaic yoke.

    And actually jews are the most vocal when it comes to complaining about closing our borders and protecting our jobs. They're not our friends; their concern is creating a global fascist hegemony and destroying american culture.
     
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    This was about the American people, not the Jews. Get over yourself you anti-Semetic blowhard.
     

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