NO NEWS Is Good News.
Here I am thinking about all the possible implications of what Dave Gaubatz has to say (see post just below), and the Times is covering the French and Nigerian elections on their front page? Oh, to live in their Shiny Happy Multicultural World, where there is nothing to be done but to amuse oneself and occasionally bash the President.
If they only knew what we've just heard, maybe they could bash him with good reason... instead of for his supposedly "diversionary" attempts to convince us that Congress is irresponsible (as if we didn't already agree).
Irresponsibility loves company, and that goes for everybody, from the government to Dhimmedia. It's enough to make a person feel sick.
Speaking of feeling sick, did you happen to see the full-page anti-Israel antisemitic ad placed ever so carefully (and expensively) in the editorial pages of yesterday's New York Times?
No doubt timed to coincide with Remembrance Day in Israel.
Many thanks to The Husband for scanning a copy.
SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE NANCY PELOSI should be applauded... Her visit [to Syria] ... was clearly in the national interest.
....Speaker Pelosi acted responsibly to encourage change in the U.S. foreign policy dynamic in the Middle East... Talking to the head of state of Syria marks a promising beginning of greater realism, less ideology...
Opening up a congressional dialogue with the Iranians is the next logical step.
I can barely stand to type it out for you. The ad calls for "resumption of foreign aid" to PA/HAMAS, and for Pelosi to "now show as much courage on the Palestinian issue as she has in going to Damascus."
On June 9th the world will mark the 40th anniversary of Israel's oppressive military occupation of Palestine - the longest occupation in modern history. Yet the U.S. government continues to fund, support and even encourage Israel's policy of colonization, Apartheid [yes, it's printed with a capital "A"], and imprisonment of the Palestinians.
Israel has turned Gaza and West Bank into open-air prisons. Only Jewish people are allowed to live in Israeli settlements in the West Bank - housing that is highly subsidized by the U.S. taxpayer, at the rate of $500 million per year. Israel's intimidating wall, built on Palestinian land, separates Palestinians and their goods from Israelis, from the outside world, and most perversely, from 100,000 other Palestinians living on the "wrong" side of the wall.
Among a population of 2.5 million Palestinians on the West Bank, Israel has strategically placed nearly 500,000 Jewish settlers, supported by a vast netword of settler-only bypass roads and military checkpoints that crisscross the territory, making a two-state solution to the conflict impossible. It is a simple grab for land and water.
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First, I'm going to breathe, then I'll send copies of the ad to everyone who would care (if you want a scanned - fairly readable and emailable - copy for yourself or your blog or publication, just email me).
Then I'm gonna look for ACTION we can take to oppose these enemies of the Jewish state.