Zionists don't last long in Civil Discussion

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    Seems to me that Zionists come to the Clean Debate Zone to talk about Israel Palestine, but they just don't last that long, maybe a day or two. I was wondering why that was. Two thoughts came to mind, maybe they just can't deal with the rules imposed by the Zone or maybe , and more likely, George, Seal, and Tinmore scare them off . Interesting observation, huh.
     
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    Lately, I've noticed they don't want to answer the question about Israel's ultimate Eastern border?
    Maybe the demographics scares them away.
     
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    All the zionists have in their arsenal to defend Israel is cuss words and insults.

    Take those two things away and they got nothing. :cool:
     
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    Our main argument is that Israel is here, Palestine isn't, and that everyone who has tried to destroy us has failed miserably
     
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    Israel is where exactly in reference to the Jordan River?
     
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    Look at a map you will see.
     
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    LMAO! Oh Patrick, why do you do this to me? Lord have mercy. My guts hurt from laughter on this post. Read this folks.



     
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    Ya I read it, quite the drivel !
     
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    george, I want you to watch this video, and tell me what you think. I know you're gonna say its Zionist propaganda, but please watch it.

     
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    I just looked at the CDZ for the first time and was underwhelmed. Not only did most posts not conform to the standard set forth in the sticky notes but the veneer of a CDZ was invoked as a factor in the structure of formulating argument. I would avoid the CDZ in its current former not because I can't employ formal rhetoric to support my points but because the CDZ is not a venue that fosters formal rhetoric in any useful way.
     
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