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Chuck Hagel as a 'Teachable Moment'

RyanM Wrote: Dec 18, 2012 4:16 PM
"As there is no evident daylight between Sen. Hagel's views and those of this president, the opportunity must be seized to expose both." Interesting that Daffney can make this claim. I haven't heard Hagel state a position on Obama's Libyan War. On the other hand other than that stupid peace about the UN and Israel I would bet that Daffney was for it. The best reason for supporting Hagel is this quote presented by the little Lenin himself- Bill Kristol:
RyanM Wrote: Dec 18, 2012 4:17 PM
9. When questioned about his pro-Israel record during a meeting in New York with supporters of Israel, Hagel is reported to have said, “Let me clear something up here if there’s any doubt in your mind. I’m a United States Senator. I’m not an Israeli senator. I’m a United States Senator. I support Israel. But my first interest is, I take an oath of office to the constitution of the United States. Not to a president, not to a party, not to Israel.”

Kristol finds it offensive that Hagel might actually take his oath of office and the Constitution seriously. Despite what Jew Bolsheviks like Kristol might want Hagel is here to serve America, not Israel.
RyanM Wrote: Dec 18, 2012 4:17 PM
This quote not only speaks well for Hagel but shows just where Kristol's real loyalties lie. It isn't the red, white and blue for him, only the white and blue.
John1921 Wrote: Dec 19, 2012 2:44 PM
Many Jews-in-America do not support Israel. Others do. What they have in common doesn't involve Israel; almost none of them support America, qua America. CPUSA, NAACP, ACLU, NYC, George Soros, Chuck Shumer, Hollywood, the Frankfurt School, etc., etc., etc. All working every day in every way to destroy America as a white, Christian nation. And who's behind the replacement of B.C./A.D. with BCE/CE?
RyanM Wrote: Dec 19, 2012 4:37 PM
You are correct, John. These are the Frankfurt School cultural Marxists. They are usually the one either upfront raising hell about Christmas displays, etc., or working in the background.

The ones that do support Israel at the expense of America are either secular Neocons or religious nuts. Both groups are bad for the rest of America.
Bondman60 Wrote: Dec 20, 2012 12:54 PM
John and Ryan: About 2/3 of Jewish Americans, with whom you both seem quite obsessed, voted for BHO in 2012. That means about 1/3 of Jewish Americans voted for someone else, like Romney. That ratio is more even than many other minority groups in America. As a proud Jewish American, I support America , qua America. I support a nation that is as loyal to its allies as they are to it. It can be easily argued that no ally has been as loyal to the U.S. as Israel, with the possible exception of Canada in recent years. It would be nice to see the U.S. treat other nations as they treat us, instead of appeasing and bowing to them in the hopes that they might like us. Kissing Muslim butts will only end up wih us covered in s---.
rdemonteverde Wrote: Dec 21, 2012 8:35 PM
That is what he said, not what he does. Just like Obama he says one thing, does another.

The conventional wisdom is that Barack Obama dodged a politically perilous "bullet" when he declined to nominate Susan Rice as the next Secretary of State. Had he done so, the President would have provided his critics a high-profile platform for exposing and critiquing his administration's conduct with respect to Benghazigate and the larger, dangerous practice of "engaging" Islamists, of which it was a particularly dismal example.

Yet, President Obama is reportedly intent on creating what may prove to be a similar "teachable moment" by nominating former Republican Senator Chuck Hagel to replace Leon Panetta as Secretary of Defense. Sen. Hagel has...