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It's "Anti-Israel Day" at the DNC

RVNUSMC Wrote: Sep 05, 2012 7:06 AM
Since when do our candidates for national public office have to go to israel for approval? It was sickening to see the republican candidates falling all over themselves when asked about their "support" of israel. We native-born AMERICANS are no long "masters of our own destiny" when we have to get approval for our prospective political candidates from a sh!tty little country in the middle east.
praetorianC130 Wrote: Sep 05, 2012 10:19 AM
Amen to that !

It is a overtly cheap sentiment that seems to be a right of passage for American politicians.....I seriously doubt members of the Knesset have to bend over backwards in singing our praises !


Semper Fidelis Brother
Agent Crawfish Wrote: Sep 05, 2012 7:38 AM
Please ... your strategic grasp of the middle east is shaky.

Between the news that (1) the Democrat platform has dropped any mention of Jerusalem as Israel's capitol; (2) Israeli ambassador Michael Oren contradicted Debbie Wassterman Schulz's claim that he described Republican opposition to Obama policies as bad for Israel; and (3) the fact that Jimmy Carter is speaking tonight at the DNC, there's only one conclusion that can be reached.

It's "Israel Day" at the DNC.  Or, more accurately, "anti-Israel Day."