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U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Susan Rice Skipped Netanyahu Speech

jafo2me Wrote: Sep 29, 2012 11:16 AM
Jewish people in this Country are not just a small voting block. They have lots of people in powerful places, own the media and Hollywood. What's my point??? The figures of the Jewish vote going for Obama was 70% in 2008 and it is close to that now or practically unchanged. Most of the Liberal commentators who are drug out on Fox to rebut the Conservative view are Jewish and the other Networks Liberals are almost entirely Jewish. Whats my point??? The Jews as a people love Liberalism, love Socialism and back in history were the primary supporters of Communism and the Communist party here back in the 40's and 50's.
klr56 Wrote: Sep 29, 2012 6:32 PM
Well, George Soros is Jewish, so we can't expect them all to be intelligent. ;-)
jafo2me Wrote: Sep 29, 2012 11:29 AM
The Jewish people seemed to learn "Nothing" from the history of Fascism and how they murdered and destroyed their own people and they still support the same type of people with the same policies.

Obama the puppet is "NOT" just a Marxist who has surrounded himself with radical Communist/ Marxist, he is a "Totalitarian," a pure Fascist. The distribute the wealth BS is purely window dressing for the coming State-ism

While the "POWERFUL" Jewish people here give lip service to how they care about Israel they don't demonstrate it by changing their views on "ANYTHING."

What, are we then suppose to believe they care??

Yea, like Limousine liberals care for the poor. They don't give 2 sh**'s for anyone but themselves and they show it!!!

The woman who went on five different Sunday talk shows a week ago to lie to the American people about the attack in Libya on 9/11, saying it was a spontaneous protest when the administration knew it was in fact a terrorist attack 24 hours after it occurred, skipped Israeli Ambassador Benjamin Netanyahu's speech yesterday at the U.N. General Assembly in New York City. U.S. Ambassador Susan Rice instead decided to go to a lunch with foreign ministers. There is no word on whether Rice's decision to skip Netanyahu's speech was spontaneous or planned in advance.