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Majority of Democrats Don't Support Israel Defense Against Hamas

renny4 Wrote: Nov 19, 2012 8:36 PM
The Dems. support cowardly retreat and mispronunciation of all foreign names.
justme16 Wrote: Nov 20, 2012 6:46 AM
Actually the practice PASSIVE AGGRESSION...where the aggressor "innocently acts' and takes over something that isn't theirs, and then advocates that the one who is being tresspassed on simply yield to KEEP the peace that that the aggressor invades. The ONLY solution to t his situation which has been going on since 1948? BTW there NEVER was a Palestinian state. Is to issue an edict to the so-called peaceful palestinians (who celebrate every time the radicals in their midst kill i.e. 9/11) - Chase the radicals from your midst, or prepare to be treated as accomplices. You have fifteen days to either do that or get out of the way because we are going to roll over top of you and them like a steam roller and put an end to this nonsense.
wtmoore1 Wrote: Nov 19, 2012 8:59 PM
You're not seriously proposing that "gentlemen" Senators and Representatives from the Dixie South are better at pronunciation than most Democrats, are you?

...Because I'm not sure that I've ever heard a Republican pronounce the name of a Middle Eastern country correctly... To be fair, most Republicans that I know aren't very concerned with the way they do things in other countries--pronunciation included.

A new CNN poll shows only 40 percent of Democrats support Israel's response to Hamas launching repeatedly rockets into their country.

"Although most Americans think the Israeli actions are justified, there are key segments of the public who don't necessarily feel that way," said CNN Polling Director Keating Holland. "Only four in ten Democrats think the Israeli actions in Gaza are justified, compared to 74% of Republicans and 59% of independents. Support for Israel's military action is 13 points higher among men than among women, and 15 points higher among older Americans than among younger Americans."