Leo Bloom's Freakout: Party Boy: organizmx: Kanemano: [d24w6bsrhbeh9d.cloudfront.net image 480x397]My friend Yousef (who was on MSNBC today talking about this) wrote a fantastic article about how difficult it is for him and his wife to travel back home, because he's technically an Israeli citizen, and she isn't. Its like two different planes they have to fly, two different airports, checkpoints, etc.Please share.Yousef's wife?
clambam: GAT_00: [i575.photobucket.com image 453x604]Damn, what a shiatty life you have. Have you considered emigrating to one of those other 20 countries where people have exactly the same religion and speak exactly the same language you do, and have one million square miles of mostly empty territory in which to resettle you? No? How about that country right next door, Jordan, which is already 60% Palestinian Arab and which was actually your homeland until 1967? No? The only place you'll accept is the 6,000 square miles of territory in Israel, the one your grandparents emigrated to in the 1920's specifically to keep Jews out? I understand perfectly, you poor thing. Those five million mean ol' Jews are mistreating all 300 million of you innocent Arabs. You poor, poor losers.
LasersHurt: cman: THIS IS NOT AN AMERICAN ISSUEStop itStop politicizing this crapThis is NOT a left/right issueStop making it oneAre you in the right thread?
PsiChick: Party Boy: PsiChick: Pretty much what I was saying. :)Yeah, I'm not really arguing as much as I'm sitting here, wanting a little background.No antagonism. Hot chocolate.Hot chocolate is fantastic. Someday I'll figure out how to add peppermint to it without needing to melt candy in...
Party Boy: PsiChick: Hot chocolate is fantastic.Yes. Its something everyone can come together on.
thekilt04: so when is Egypt going to light the already burning powder keg?
CygnusDarius: If I had the money and resources, I'd:1.- Use small nuclear weapons on both israel and palestine. Nothing big, but on key places (the Wall of Lamentations would be one, and since it's right next to a mosque, I'd hit two birds in one stone).2.- do a massive announcement, basically saying "It was me. I am not tied to any both of the countries. I did it alone, with no one else helping me. I am waiting for you"3.- Watch both countries unite against a common enemy. Peace is made.
TheBitterest: Just curious, but how does our undying support of Israel stack up legally? Isn't that expressed consent and approval of one particular religion? Just wondering.
sophus_tree: Holy fark. The guy says "You can hear what's happening and I'm not going to comment on that. We need to get past 'Who's the victim and who's the victimizer'--we need to get that out of the way and get on with things."CNN: "Wait--what was that sound?""Those were Israeli warplanes bombing Gaza, but I'm not going to comment on that. I'm not going to let it interrupt this debate."Wow. Hope I someday have brassies like this guy.
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