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Romney Shines in Israel

Kenneth460 Wrote: Jul 31, 2012 1:34 PM
It's more than 'sporitual ties' with Israel, its hundreds of millions of your bucks. Still, it's nice to know when the USA is going down the pan economically that what will really swing the election will be how polite each candidate can be to their paymast--, sorry I mean Our Eternal One True and Indivisible Ally, already. The members of the Knesset welcomed Mittens by asking him to spring Jonathan Pollard from jail. I bet the ghosts of the Liberty crew were cheering. And if Sheldon Adelson comes up with a few more millions for the campaign, who knows if Pres. Mittens might not enable us to get into our fifth exciting and triumphant war in the Mideast. Iran, let's go-- limbering up for the big one with Pakistan!
Hunrodr Wrote: Jul 31, 2012 2:35 PM
shhhh ken....i think you need a nap, the grown-ups are talking now.
Usurped Wrote: Jul 31, 2012 2:32 PM
Ghoul, we spent more in a year in Afghanistan and Iraq than 40 years to Israel. JewHating inbred

I am pumped up about Mitt Romney's speech in Israel -- for both political reasons and policy ones -- and believe it may represent a turning point in the campaign.

Politically -- and this is important because it is critical that he win, or he won't be able to implement any policies and set America back on the road to recovery -- Romney has shown again he is going to take the gloves off, deal with the issues directly and draw a stark contrast between his policies and Obama's record. The significance of this cannot be overstated. Some of...

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