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2012-09-17 05:51:20 PM

badaboom:


[standupforamerica.files.wordpress.com image 338x500]

Well I hope that you or no one you know isn't gay


Enjoy your vacation.
 
2012-09-17 05:51:37 PM

Pharque-it: The question is if the US shall continue pumping $30B or so per annum into a country that obviously cannot sustain itself. The Israel idea was a bad one, and even worse is that it's leaders are unwilling and unable to seek a solution that would be sustainable. Instead it uses blackmailing...
That or Israel has to end.



What would replace it and what would you do with the 7 million people living there? Also, you do know that we also pump Billions into Egypt, Palestine, Pakistan, etc. Should we end that too?
 
2012-09-17 05:54:20 PM

badaboom: Holocaust Agnostic: badaboom: Amos Quito: badaboom: Helen had some ideas

Glad we are getting down to your racist core beliefs.


Glad you're being reduced to name-calling.

Look, the state that was birthed by the racist Zionist scheme is doomed to bite the weenie.

Jews simply can't breed fast enough to fight off all the enemies she's made, she can't support and defend herself without outside help, and sugar-daddy Uncle Sam has exhausted all of his assets schlepping for her. He's broke.

The Zionist regime's fate is inevitable. How the Israelis choose to meet this fate is up to them.

And what would you like to see that fate be?

To meerly hope that it falls apart or is taken apart with as little screaming and burning as possible.

How do you think anyone who is Jewish would do under the new management?


No idea. Depends a lot on how we get from here to there and on many other factors. In any case, simple mass extermination is unlikely.
 
2012-09-17 05:55:13 PM

Somacandra: Mugato: No more American lives for Israel's agenda.

Agreed. I would add no more American weapons either--for Israel or any other country in the Middle East.


Well, no more free weapons. If they want to support the US's domestic arms industry by actually paying for shiat for once, that's cool with us. But no weapons in the form of aid and no using aid money to buy weapons anymore. They can get in line with everyone else.

It's not so much a question of cutting them off as subjecting them to the same restrictions we put on aid for everyone else.
 
2012-09-17 05:55:37 PM

Holocaust Agnostic: badaboom: Holocaust Agnostic: badaboom: Amos Quito: badaboom: Helen had some ideas

Glad we are getting down to your racist core beliefs.


Glad you're being reduced to name-calling.

Look, the state that was birthed by the racist Zionist scheme is doomed to bite the weenie.

Jews simply can't breed fast enough to fight off all the enemies she's made, she can't support and defend herself without outside help, and sugar-daddy Uncle Sam has exhausted all of his assets schlepping for her. He's broke.

The Zionist regime's fate is inevitable. How the Israelis choose to meet this fate is up to them.

And what would you like to see that fate be?

To meerly hope that it falls apart or is taken apart with as little screaming and burning as possible.

How do you think anyone who is Jewish would do under the new management?

No idea. Depends a lot on how we get from here to there and on many other factors. In any case, simple mass extermination is unlikely.



But a little extermination would be ok?
 
2012-09-17 05:58:42 PM

Maud Dib: badaboom:


[standupforamerica.files.wordpress.com image 338x500]

Well I hope that you or no one you know isn't gay

Enjoy your vacation.


Where do you think it is nicer this time of year? Yemen, Tunisia, or Iran? Need some ideas.
 
2012-09-17 06:00:06 PM

Pharque-it: That or Israel has to end.


Got an idea - let's switch around the Israelis and Quebecois. That may not solve many issues, but dosh garnet, it would it be entertaining for a few generations!
 
2012-09-17 06:05:30 PM

badaboom: Holocaust Agnostic: badaboom: Holocaust Agnostic: badaboom: Amos Quito: badaboom: Helen had some ideas

Glad we are getting down to your racist core beliefs.


Glad you're being reduced to name-calling.

Look, the state that was birthed by the racist Zionist scheme is doomed to bite the weenie.

Jews simply can't breed fast enough to fight off all the enemies she's made, she can't support and defend herself without outside help, and sugar-daddy Uncle Sam has exhausted all of his assets schlepping for her. He's broke.

The Zionist regime's fate is inevitable. How the Israelis choose to meet this fate is up to them.

And what would you like to see that fate be?

To meerly hope that it falls apart or is taken apart with as little screaming and burning as possible.

How do you think anyone who is Jewish would do under the new management?

No idea. Depends a lot on how we get from here to there and on many other factors. In any case, simple mass extermination is unlikely.


But a little extermination would be ok?


Not really no. But if you can get this knot neatly untangled there's a Nobel in it for you.
 
2012-09-17 06:06:57 PM

Brick-House: [4.bp.blogspot.com image 576x381]


Listen I dont want you to get in trouble with your handlers, SG already has the threadshiat post offensive picture and run thing down, just wanted to give you a heads up.
 
2012-09-17 06:07:33 PM

badaboom: Pharque-it: The question is if the US shall continue pumping $30B or so per annum into a country that obviously cannot sustain itself. The Israel idea was a bad one, and even worse is that it's leaders are unwilling and unable to seek a solution that would be sustainable. Instead it uses blackmailing...
That or Israel has to end.


What would replace it and what would you do with the 7 million people living there? Also, you do know that we also pump Billions into Egypt, Palestine, Pakistan, etc. Should we end that too?


They could probably stay or move. It is the state of Israel , the invasion, that is hated, much more than her occupants. These other countries are self sustained, and the billions paid could most likely be reduced if Israel did not exist.
 
2012-09-17 06:08:59 PM

Pharque-it: badaboom: Pharque-it: The question is if the US shall continue pumping $30B or so per annum into a country that obviously cannot sustain itself. The Israel idea was a bad one, and even worse is that it's leaders are unwilling and unable to seek a solution that would be sustainable. Instead it uses blackmailing...
That or Israel has to end.


What would replace it and what would you do with the 7 million people living there? Also, you do know that we also pump Billions into Egypt, Palestine, Pakistan, etc. Should we end that too?

They could probably stay or move. It is the state of Israel , the invasion, that is hated, much more than her occupants. These other countries are self sustained, and the billions paid could most likely be reduced if Israel did not exist.


You might want to google that. Check how much Egypt gets for example.
 
2012-09-17 06:18:04 PM

badaboom: Pharque-it: badaboom: Pharque-it: The question is if the US shall continue pumping $30B or so per annum into a country that obviously cannot sustain itself. The Israel idea was a bad one, and even worse is that it's leaders are unwilling and unable to seek a solution that would be sustainable. Instead it uses blackmailing...
That or Israel has to end.


What would replace it and what would you do with the 7 million people living there? Also, you do know that we also pump Billions into Egypt, Palestine, Pakistan, etc. Should we end that too?

They could probably stay or move. It is the state of Israel , the invasion, that is hated, much more than her occupants. These other countries are self sustained, and the billions paid could most likely be reduced if Israel did not exist.

You might want to google that. Check how much Egypt gets for example.


To not attack Israel? A lot!
 
2012-09-17 06:20:54 PM

badaboom: You also realize that Israel has no state religion, right?


www.reactionface.info
 
2012-09-17 06:23:15 PM
No shirt, no shoes, no Israel, no problem.
 
2012-09-17 06:25:33 PM

Pharque-it: badaboom: Pharque-it: badaboom: Pharque-it: The question is if the US shall continue pumping $30B or so per annum into a country that obviously cannot sustain itself. The Israel idea was a bad one, and even worse is that it's leaders are unwilling and unable to seek a solution that would be sustainable. Instead it uses blackmailing...
That or Israel has to end.


What would replace it and what would you do with the 7 million people living there? Also, you do know that we also pump Billions into Egypt, Palestine, Pakistan, etc. Should we end that too?

They could probably stay or move. It is the state of Israel , the invasion, that is hated, much more than her occupants. These other countries are self sustained, and the billions paid could most likely be reduced if Israel did not exist.

You might want to google that. Check how much Egypt gets for example.

To not attack Israel? A lot!


That may be part but you probably have it wrong. Preventing Egypt from attacking Israel is NOT for Israel's sake. It is for Egypt to prevent their arse from being handed to them yet again.
 
2012-09-17 06:39:31 PM
Why again do we care if Israel gets wiped off the map?
 
2012-09-17 06:45:45 PM
You know if we really need to go to war with Iran then so be it. Israel is our ally and we should help them if the shiat hits the fan.

But these obvious attempts to interfere in US elections and drum us into another war are farking disgusting. Absolutely disgusting.



I can only hope our unwavering support of Israel dies with our older generations. They should be treated as any other ally.
 
2012-09-17 06:52:10 PM

badaboom: Amos Quito: badaboom: Helen had some ideas

Glad we are getting down to your racist core beliefs.


Glad you're being reduced to name-calling.

Look, the state that was birthed by the racist Zionist scheme is doomed to bite the weenie.

Jews simply can't breed fast enough to fight off all the enemies she's made, she can't support and defend herself without outside help, and sugar-daddy Uncle Sam has exhausted all of his assets schlepping for her. He's broke.

The Zionist regime's fate is inevitable. How the Israelis choose to meet this fate is up to them.

And what would you like to see that fate be?



Me? I love happy endings.

filmandfelt.com

Puppy dogs, ponies, white picket fences - that sort of thing.

/ It's a Wonderful Life
 
2012-09-17 06:54:14 PM

Eatin' Queer Fetuses for Jesus: Why again do we care if Israel gets wiped off the map?


I think because Jesus.
Which makes the whole thing even more absurd.
 
2012-09-17 06:55:06 PM

badaboom: Holocaust Agnostic: badaboom: Amos Quito: badaboom: Helen had some ideas

Glad we are getting down to your racist core beliefs.


Glad you're being reduced to name-calling.

Look, the state that was birthed by the racist Zionist scheme is doomed to bite the weenie.

Jews simply can't breed fast enough to fight off all the enemies she's made, she can't support and defend herself without outside help, and sugar-daddy Uncle Sam has exhausted all of his assets schlepping for her. He's broke.

The Zionist regime's fate is inevitable. How the Israelis choose to meet this fate is up to them.

And what would you like to see that fate be?

To meerly hope that it falls apart or is taken apart with as little screaming and burning as possible.

How do you think anyone who is Jewish would do under the new management?



Well, that depends. How have they been treating those that they currently "manage"?

Maybe they could work on some policy changes - you know - as a gesture of kindness.
 
2012-09-17 06:56:32 PM

crab66: You know if we really need to go to war with Iran then so be it. Israel is our ally and we should help them if the shiat hits the fan.

But these obvious attempts to interfere in US elections and drum us into another war are farking disgusting. Absolutely disgusting.



I can only hope our unwavering support of Israel dies with our older generations. They should be treated as any other ally.


But they aren't like any other ally. And we give similar attention to other allies as well. Why the Fark do you think we have 30,000 US troops in South Korea?
 
2012-09-17 07:04:49 PM

Amos Quito: badaboom: Holocaust Agnostic: badaboom: Amos Quito: badaboom: Helen had some ideas

Glad we are getting down to your racist core beliefs.


Glad you're being reduced to name-calling.

Look, the state that was birthed by the racist Zionist scheme is doomed to bite the weenie.

Jews simply can't breed fast enough to fight off all the enemies she's made, she can't support and defend herself without outside help, and sugar-daddy Uncle Sam has exhausted all of his assets schlepping for her. He's broke.

The Zionist regime's fate is inevitable. How the Israelis choose to meet this fate is up to them.

And what would you like to see that fate be?

To meerly hope that it falls apart or is taken apart with as little screaming and burning as possible.

How do you think anyone who is Jewish would do under the new management?


Well, that depends. How have they been treating those that they currently "manage"?

Maybe they could work on some policy changes - you know - as a gesture of kindness.


I assume you are talking about the non citizen Palestinians. The over one million Muslim Israelis are afforded the same rights and privileges by law as any other Israeli. Does the same occur in any predominantly Muslim country? In many ways, Muslims, especially women/LGBT have MORE rights in Israel than they would have in a Muslim country.
 
2012-09-17 07:05:34 PM

badaboom: Pharque-it: The question is if the US shall continue pumping $30B or so per annum into a country that obviously cannot sustain itself. The Israel idea was a bad one, and even worse is that it's leaders are unwilling and unable to seek a solution that would be sustainable. Instead it uses blackmailing...
That or Israel has to end.


What would replace it and what would you do with the 7 million people living there? Also, you do know that we also pump Billions into Egypt, Palestine, Pakistan, etc. Should we end that too?



Well, truth be known, the BILLIONS that we pump into Israel's neighbors is basically protection money - essentially bribes paid (to historically corrupt leaders like Mubarak) so that they will "play nice" with Israel. Unfortunately the people of the neighboring countries usually suffer as a result of this "arrangement", and that pisses them off.

Seems like everything has a downside.

But the good news is that if we stop dumping money into Israel, we can stop dumping the protection-racket money into its neighbors.

Granted, this will remove their incentive for feigning friendship, but those Israelis are a creative and resourceful lot, and I'm sure they can think of SOME way to stave off the pent-up aggression.

Behaving as a good neighbor might be a good start.

Or is it too late to try that?
 
2012-09-17 07:06:42 PM

kbronsito: How about we draw a red line where we want Israel settlements to stop.

 
2012-09-17 07:08:31 PM

badaboom: Holocaust Agnostic: badaboom: Holocaust Agnostic: badaboom: Amos Quito: badaboom: Helen had some ideas

Glad we are getting down to your racist core beliefs.


Glad you're being reduced to name-calling.

Look, the state that was birthed by the racist Zionist scheme is doomed to bite the weenie.

Jews simply can't breed fast enough to fight off all the enemies she's made, she can't support and defend herself without outside help, and sugar-daddy Uncle Sam has exhausted all of his assets schlepping for her. He's broke.

The Zionist regime's fate is inevitable. How the Israelis choose to meet this fate is up to them.

And what would you like to see that fate be?

To meerly hope that it falls apart or is taken apart with as little screaming and burning as possible.

How do you think anyone who is Jewish would do under the new management?

No idea. Depends a lot on how we get from here to there and on many other factors. In any case, simple mass extermination is unlikely.


But a little extermination would be ok?



i1121.photobucket.com


And we have a winner, folks!
 
2012-09-17 07:11:07 PM

Amos Quito: badaboom: Pharque-it: The question is if the US shall continue pumping $30B or so per annum into a country that obviously cannot sustain itself. The Israel idea was a bad one, and even worse is that it's leaders are unwilling and unable to seek a solution that would be sustainable. Instead it uses blackmailing...
That or Israel has to end.


What would replace it and what would you do with the 7 million people living there? Also, you do know that we also pump Billions into Egypt, Palestine, Pakistan, etc. Should we end that too?


Well, truth be known, the BILLIONS that we pump into Israel's neighbors is basically protection money - essentially bribes paid (to historically corrupt leaders like Mubarak) so that they will "play nice" with Israel. Unfortunately the people of the neighboring countries usually suffer as a result of this "arrangement", and that pisses them off.

Seems like everything has a downside.

But the good news is that if we stop dumping money into Israel, we can stop dumping the protection-racket money into its neighbors.

Granted, this will remove their incentive for feigning friendship, but those Israelis are a creative and resourceful lot, and I'm sure they can think of SOME way to stave off the pent-up aggression.

Behaving as a good neighbor might be a good start.

Or is it too late to try that?


Well here is where we agree. I don't see why we give any other country a dime of our money short of immediate humanitarian aid.
 
2012-09-17 07:12:51 PM
South Korea can take care of themselves too.


We have troops there because of people such as yourself who see boogeymen around every corner.
 
2012-09-17 07:19:27 PM

crab66: South Korea can take care of themselves too.

We have troops there because of people such as yourself who see boogeymen around every corner.


Well, people like him, the State Department, the Pentagon and the CIA.

Do you really believe the troop presence in SK is not related to the US interest?
 
2012-09-17 07:20:11 PM

badaboom: The Zionist regime's fate is inevitable. How the Israelis choose to meet this fate is up to them.

And what would you like to see that fate be?

To meerly hope that it falls apart or is taken apart with as little screaming and burning as possible.

How do you think anyone who is Jewish would do under the new management?


Well, that depends. How have they been treating those that they currently "manage"?

Maybe they could work on some policy changes - you know - as a gesture of kindness.

I assume you are talking about the non citizen Palestinians. The over one million Muslim Israelis are afforded the same rights and privileges by law as any other Israeli. Does the same occur in any predominantly Muslim country? In many ways, Muslims, especially women/LGBT have MORE rights in Israel than they would have in a Muslim country.



No, I'm talking about the 60 year brutally oppressive occupation of the Palestinians displaced by the Zionist regime.

They're pissed - multi-generationally pissed. The Israelis have Gaza under a Warsaw Ghetto-like siege, they cut off their water, food, medicine and other life essentials, they crush their trade, torch their orchards, bulldoze and bomb their homes and schools, murder them (they're all terr'rists, I know) and constantly encroach on them with militant "settlers".

And now Izzy wants to declare Jerusalem its capital, boot them out, and rebuild the "temple".

Why should they be upset?

www.fortworthinjurylawyerblog.com

It's all fun and games - as long as the leash holds.
 
2012-09-17 07:28:52 PM

Mugato: Sorry. You had better pray for a Romney victory if you want a President who is your lap dog. No more American lives for Israel's agenda.

/commence with the anti-semite remarks.


See, here's my take on this:

We get outraged, rightly and appropriately so, when another nation's government (in this case Israel) tries to tell us what to do and how to do it. Even the pro-war faction isn't overly happy that their pet prime ministers are trying to dictate policy. (They may agree, but imagine if Obama got up in Congress and said, I'm going to do everything Netanyahu asks me to--I'm just making him my foreign policy adviser)

And yet, when WE tell another nation's government what to do, they're supposed to lie down like puppies wanting their tummies scratched and love us for our attempt to dictate their policy.

Am I the only one who notices shiat like this? And if so, WHY??
 
2012-09-17 07:30:47 PM
I love how people like the war troll in this thread equate anything less than complete and total subjugation to Israel's will as the equivalent of being an oven guard at Auschwitz.

Hi, no. This whole "either you do what Israel says or else you are a Muslim loving genocide lover" line of argument is just as specious as most false equivalency GOP arguments.

I don't particularly give a shiat about Muslims, Jews, or Christians, and their farking holy land means less than nothing. I DO give a shiat about the American lives people like you trolls think are worth pissing away in a region that really, fark the, all.

Here is hoping those automatic budget cuts kick in and cripple the military's ability to go on extracurricular adventures. Defending America doesn't require more mid east adventuring.
 
2012-09-17 07:48:52 PM

neongoats: I love how people like the war troll in this thread equate anything less than complete and total subjugation to Israel's will as the equivalent of being an oven guard at Auschwitz.

Hi, no. This whole "either you do what Israel says or else you are a Muslim loving genocide lover" line of argument is just as specious as most false equivalency GOP arguments.

I don't particularly give a shiat about Muslims, Jews, or Christians, and their farking holy land means less than nothing. I DO give a shiat about the American lives people like you trolls think are worth pissing away in a region that really, fark the, all.

Here is hoping those automatic budget cuts kick in and cripple the military's ability to go on extracurricular adventures. Defending America doesn't require more mid east adventuring.


Is there anyone actually saying that?
 
2012-09-17 07:52:04 PM

Gyrfalcon: Mugato: Sorry. You had better pray for a Romney victory if you want a President who is your lap dog. No more American lives for Israel's agenda.

/commence with the anti-semite remarks.

See, here's my take on this:

We get outraged, rightly and appropriately so, when another nation's government (in this case Israel) tries to tell us what to do and how to do it. Even the pro-war faction isn't overly happy that their pet prime ministers are trying to dictate policy. (They may agree, but imagine if Obama got up in Congress and said, I'm going to do everything Netanyahu asks me to--I'm just making him my foreign policy adviser)



Yeah, that's basically what Romney pledged to do.

PAY NO ATTENTION TO THE HIDDEN HAND INSIDE THE MITTEN!


Gyrfalcon:
And yet, when WE tell another nation's government what to do, they're supposed to lie down like puppies wanting their tummies scratched and love us for our attempt to dictate their policy.


Hey, wait a minute... If we're dictating the policies of other countries, but at the same time, Israel is dictating OUR foreign policies... who's the ultimate dick-tater here?


Gyrfalcon: Am I the only one who notices shiat like this? And if so, WHY??



No, you're not the only one that notices - and were it any country OTHER than Israel involved, people would be raising hell from the rooftops.

But because is IS Israel, and everyone knows that ANYONE who DARES criticize the comPromised Land of the Choozen People will immediately be labeled an anti-Semite, a racist, a Nazi (etc) and relentlessly and viciously attacked, they tremble in their loafers at the thought.

Proud Cowed to be an American.

/Social engineering via psychological warfare
//It works
///But not like it used to

;-)
 
2012-09-17 08:11:17 PM
Amos Quito, you are being disingenuous.
 
2012-09-17 08:20:36 PM

Porous Horace: Amos Quito, you are being disingenuous.



Howdy Porous Horace!

Happy New Year!
 
2012-09-17 08:36:29 PM

Bag of Hammers: theknuckler_33: Hobodeluxe: Mother Jones might have just performed the Coup de grâce on the Romney campaign.

I'm not sure I agree with that assessment, but the idea that Romney thinks the 47 (or whatever) percent that pay no (federal) income tax all support Obama is about as laughable a concept as anything I can imagine.

And I doubt he actually believes that, but it's what the blurred out millionaires sitting in front of him writing checks want to hear.


Probably.
 
2012-09-17 08:46:10 PM

Cyclometh: Does a responsible international community simply throw up its hands and say "whatever, you two. We're done with you two idiots" and let the chips fall where they may?


No. Whichever one tries to start a war should be stopped.
 
2012-09-17 08:51:20 PM

Bob_Laublaw: Do you really believe the troop presence in SK is not related to the US interest?


All of those entities said invading Iraq was in our best interests too.

You will have to excuse me if I don't agree with the conservative definition of "best interests".
 
2012-09-17 08:54:33 PM
 
2012-09-17 09:06:27 PM
Stfu and be happy we permit your continued viability, Israel.
 
2012-09-17 09:15:39 PM

crab66: Bob_Laublaw: Do you really believe the troop presence in SK is not related to the US interest?

All of those entities said invading Iraq was in our best interests too.

You will have to excuse me if I don't agree with the conservative definition of "best interests".


Heh. I forgot, it's partisan issue, not at all related to the continued American benefit of exercising stabilising influence in that corner of Asia.

And drawing a parallel between Iraq & SK is brilliance, sir! I think we can both agree that there's no logical countenance to that.
 
2012-09-17 09:40:19 PM
What the hell? I didn't bring up to SK. You did. Your whole point was that our purpose in militarily protecting these places is to promote stability right?

You talk about how we should be promoting stability in the region by supporting Israel and then scoff at mentions of the Iraq war. Those two actions are diametrically opposed. These things do not happen in a vacuum. You can't claim to want stability and then conveniently forget about the failed foreign policy that lead to Iraq.

Attacking Iran is also not going to promote stability. Even if it becomes necessary at some point. It's going to massively destabilize the region. Much more than Iraq did.


You can live in your little fantasy world all you want too. I think that's all we need to know about your "non-partisan" views of the world.

Another clueless tool.
 
2012-09-17 10:16:09 PM

crab66: Bob_Laublaw: Do you really believe the troop presence in SK is not related to the US interest?

All of those entities said invading Iraq was in our best interests too.

You will have to excuse me if I don't agree with the conservative definition of "best interests".


But bombing Libya was in our best interests. Look what's happened. Ambassador Steven's speech yesterday was greeted with thunderous applause by the people of Benghazi.
 
2012-09-17 10:53:43 PM

Mrtraveler01: When ex-Mossad agents are telling Israel and US to think twice before attacking Iran, maybe it's time to think twice about attacking Iran


Obviously some kind of terrorist double-agent. Pay him no mind.
 
2012-09-17 11:09:02 PM
I'm having a hard time thinking of any reason I should give a shiat about what trouble Israel is having, and why we should waste American lives and treasure to help them in their eternal battles.

/It's not anti-semitic if you are completely apathetic to their problems

//put on your big boy pants and pull yourself up by your boot straps
 
2012-09-17 11:14:59 PM
Netanyahu should shut the f*** up and quit building condos where other people's homes used to be.
 
2012-09-17 11:22:13 PM

TIKIMAN87: Funny how Obama has time to go on Letterman but no time to meet with the leader of one of our allies.

What a disgrace.



Israel is not an ally, it is a whiny, hypocrotical little proxy shiat-hole that has got to be one of the worst mistakes in modern history. Plus, Letterman would be a more intelligent conversation that Netanyahu.
 
2012-09-17 11:28:59 PM
Israel pisses me off so much that I can't spell!! hahahaha......mmmmm....rum and pepsi.
 
2012-09-18 02:41:59 AM
Why doesn't Bibi draw his own red line?
 
2012-09-18 05:24:01 AM
The funny thing here is that Netanyahu's policies and threats against Iran don't appear to be that appealing to most Israelis. There is as much criticism of him demanding the US (Obama) comply with his way or the highway approach within Israel. Not only in the press, but for example Ehud Barak, the Defense Minister has been openly praising Obama and his treatment of Israel for months and has been very public with that praise.

Just this week, I have read a half dozen or more editorials in Israelis papers calling out not only Bibi, but Romney's potential American puppet master Sheldon Adelson. We view Adelson as a casino magnate, but in Israel he is better known as being more of a Rupert Murdoch figure, with a free daily newspaper he uses as his own propaganda rag. There's been a lot of push back in the other media in Israel, against him, Bibi and Romney.

Just thought I would throw that out there for some perspective.
 
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