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Wednesday, September 07, 2011

Clueless!

WASHINGTON (AP) — The economy weak and the public seething, President Barack Obama is expected to propose $300 billion in tax cuts and federal spending Thursday night to get Americans working again. Republicans offered Tuesday to compromise with him on jobs — but also assailed his plans in advance of his prime-time speech.


59 comments:

  1. I wonder what Ralph would have thought about these laptops, and iphones? And, the internet?

    Or, crazy arab suicide bombers?

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  2. I imagine it would have been the crazy arab suicide bombers that he would have had the hardest time getting his head around.

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  3. Jackie Gleason - what a career he had. He definitely won the global talent lottery.

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  4. The yields on the benchmark 5 percent Mimshal Shiklit due January 2020 and 5.5 percent bond due in January 2022 rose nine basis points, or 0.09 percentage points, to 4.5 percent and 4.7 percent, respectively, at the 4:30 p.m. close in Tel Aviv. The shekel fell 1 percent to 3.6735 per dollar at 5:44 p.m., after earlier weakening to 3.6813, the lowest level since Feb. 14. The currency was the worst performer among the 10 most-active Europe, Middle East and Africa currencies tracked by Bloomberg.

    ...

    “The perception of credit risk for Israeli assets is bound to increase because of the deterioration of ties with Turkey bringing more uncertainty to the geopolitical situation and the economy,” said Shuki Arditi, a bond trader at Leader Capital Markets Ltd. in Tel Aviv.

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  5. Murdering US citizens on the waters of the Mediterranean.

    Similarities to the Achille Laura incident abound. Open sea piracy, leading to terror and the death of a US citizen, only the names have changed.

    To protect the guilty.

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  6. A couple of months ago, Retail Sales (Dept Stores) were Up 4.0% Year on Year. In two months they have fallen to up 2.7% YOY.

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  7. The Republicans, rufus, have shaken the confidence of the American people, to the core.

    Knowing that the first priority of the GOP is not to be a partner in government of the United States, or to improve the lot of the people that reside in the country.

    No, as Mitch McConnell told US, the first priority of Republicans is to defeat Obama. They will thrash the economy of the country to achieve their goal.

    They are doing what they can to stifle economic growth, increase unemployment and reduce confidence in the Government.
    That the Congress's approval rating has dropped to 13%, under GOP control since Mr McConnell made his statement about the GOP's first priority, truly inspiring.

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  8. Brett Cummins, a meteorologist at a news station in Arkansas since 2001, was questioned by police Monday after he awoke in an empty bath tub with the corpse of a dead man wearing a dog collar.

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  9. Another
    "Dirty White Boy



    MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) – A West Virginia man suspected of slaying five people in their rural home before killing himself had spent 14 months behind bars for armed robbery.

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  10. Americans ain't all rocket scientists, and, mostly, they don't follow the inside baseball of government, and finance, on a daily basis,

    But, They're NOT Stupid.

    They know we're getting in deep shit, Obama's not getting it done, and the Pubs ain't helping.

    They're aware of "governnment debt," budgets, and whatnot, but

    they LIVE "Jobs, Stagnant Wages, Rising Gasoline, and Hamburger Meat Prices, and Rising Unemployment."

    They know that we need to be drilling in the Gulf, and that this is a lousy time to cut off grandma's Social Security checks.

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  11. My daughter talks to some guy in New Zealand. He referred to her as a "good cunt" followed by some other words.

    She said, "Excuse me?"

    Apparently their meaning of cunt is far more complimentary than ours is here.

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  12. The Jackie Gleason Show

    :) He had a game show that was so bad he apologized for it. On the air.

    That whole episode was just under 10 minutes. Short attention spans in those days?

    risky

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  13. Reporting from Washington—
    The Obama administration is considering leaving about 3,000 American troops in Iraq after this year, rejecting more ambitious Pentagon options that would have deployed 10,000 or more military personnel, two U.S. officials said Tuesday.

    The White House has made it clear to Pentagon officials and military commanders that it wants to retain only a skeletal force in Iraq, primarily to train the nation's military and police. Even the smaller number is subject to approval by Iraqi officials ...

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  14. The show typically opened with a monologue from Gleason, followed by sketch comedy involving Gleason and a number of regular performers (including Art Carney) and a musical interlude featuring the June Taylor Dancers. (Taylor was Gleason's sister-in-law; he married her sister Marilyn in 1975.)

    Gleason portrayed a number of recurring characters, including supercilious, mustachioed "playboy" millionaire Reginald Van Gleason III; friendly Joe the Bartender; loudmouthed braggart Charlie Bratten; mild-mannered Fenwick Babbitt; bombastic Rudy the Repairman; and a put-upon character known only as the Poor Soul, whom Gleason always performed in pantomime.

    Gleason also occasionally portrayed Stanley R. Sogg, a late-night movie pitchman for Mother Fletcher's products ("No-Cal Chicken Fat"), similar to the later Art Fern character played by Johnny Carson in his "Tea Time Movie" skits on The Tonight Show.


    heh, I had forgotten the monologue.

    Stanley R. Sogg, pitchman for Mother Fletcher's "No-Cal Chicken Fat" :)

    Not Lo-Cal, but your real No-Cal.

    risky

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  15. .

    What's interesting is that this study does not reflect what has happened since 2007.

    Many in U.S. slip from middle class

    “A middle-class upbringing does not guarantee the same status over the course of a lifetime,” the report says.

    The study focused on people who were middle-class teenagers in 1979 and who were between 39 and 44 years old in 2004 and 2006. It defines people as middle-class if they fall between the 30th and 70th percentiles in income distribution, which for a family of four is between $32,900 and $64,000 a year in 2010 dollars.

    People were deemed downwardly mobile if they fell below the 30th percentile in income, if their income rank was 20 or more percentiles below their parents’ rank, or if they earn at least 20 percent less than their parents. The findings do not cover the difficult times that the nation has endured since 2007...


    And It Gets Worse

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  16. Also? A few years ago while I was taking a friend and her family to the airport to head back to England, I was telling her a funny story, she turned to me and said, "hahaha..Blow me!"


    "Would you like me to pull over or should we wait until we get to the airport."

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  17. .

    Apparently their meaning of cunt is far more complimentary than ours is here.


    Riiight!

    Them darn colloquialisms.

    .

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  18. Leon Klinghoffer (September 24, 1916 – October 8, 1985) was a disabled Jewish American appliance manufacturer who was murdered and thrown overboard by Palestinian terrorists in the hijacking of the cruise ship Achille Lauro in 1985.

    Klinghoffer, 69, a retired businessman who was in a wheelchair, and his wife Marilyn were celebrating their 36th wedding anniversary with a cruise on the Achille Lauro. On October 7, 1985, four hijackers from the Palestine Liberation Front (PLF) took control of the liner off Egypt as it was sailing from Alexandria to Port Said, Egypt. Holding the passengers and crew hostage, they ordered the captain to sail to Tartus, Syria, and demanded the release of 50 Palestinians then in Israeli prisons, including the Lebanese prisoner Samir Kuntar.
    The next day, after being refused permission by the Syrian government to dock at Tartus, the hijackers singled out Klinghoffer, a Jew, for murder, shooting him in the forehead and chest as he sat in his wheelchair. They then forced the ship's barber and a waiter to throw his body and wheelchair overboard. Marilyn Klinghoffer, who did not witness the shooting, was told by the hijackers that he had been moved to the infirmary. She only learned the truth after the hijackers left the ship at Port Said. PLO Foreign Secretary Farouq Qaddumi said that perhaps the terminally ill Marilyn Klinghoffer had killed her husband for insurance money;[2] however, the PLO later accepted responsibility, apologized, and reached a financial settlement with the Klinghoffer family.[3]
    Initially, the hijackers were granted safe passage to Tunisia, but U.S. President Ronald Reagan ordered a U.S. fighter plane to force the get-away plane to land at Naval Air Station Sigonella in Italy. After an extradition dispute Italian authorities arrested and later tried the Palestinian terrorists but let Abu Abbas, the Palestinian who had served as a mediator, fly to Yugoslavia.


    Yep just the same as an armed Turkish American on the illegal blockaid busting ship Mavi Marmara. Filled with prepared violent terrorists who attacked the IDF who border the ship...

    Only someone who has no moral judgement could call them the same...

    That's right...

    Rat is a confessed killer of civilians in Central America. (not a crime according to him, since he did not get caught)...

    Same nonsense, different day...


    Elsewhere, the Report notes that “Once a blockade has been lawfully established, it needs to be understood that the blockading power can attack any vessel breaching the blockade if after prior warning the vessel intentionally and clearly refuses to stop or intentionally and clearly resists visit, search or capture. There is no right within those rules to breach a lawful blockade as a right to protest. Breaching a blockade is therefore a serious step involving the risk of death or injury.”

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  19. desert rat said...
    Murdering US citizens on the waters of the Mediterranean.

    Similarities to the Achille Laura incident abound. Open sea piracy, leading to terror and the death of a US citizen, only the names have changed.

    To protect the guilty.



    Nonsense...

    Turkey should be charged with the crime of sending a terrorists loaded boat into a closed military zone.

    After all, as a member of the UN, Turkey knows better than to commit crimes against other nations..


    Shh dont tell that to Cyprus...

    or the Armenians....

    Or the Kurds....

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  20. Rufus II said...
    I wonder what Ralph would have thought about these laptops, and iphones? And, the internet?

    Or, crazy arab suicide bombers?



    He'd nuke Medina and Mecca at FULL levels of populations and then spit on them...

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  21. The Israeli military murdered a US citizen, in cold blood.

    The Pirate of the Mediterranean know no religion.

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  22. Oh, and Story, let's see a copy of that supposed confession.

    You tell lies about me, your veracity is non-existent if you cannot provide the evidence to support your claims.

    You'll be proven to be a lying Zionist if you cannot produce the confession that you continue to reference.
    Par for the course.

    Zionism = Nazism
    Both tell the "Big Lie", as a matter of course.
    Both follow the Nuremberg Laws established by the NAZI of Germany.

    Both worked diligently to remove Judaism from Europe.

    Proven performance tells the tale.

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  23. Gleason didn't have an easy time of it at first --

    Early life

    Gleason was born at 364 Chauncey Street in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, New York.[3] He grew up nearby at 328 Chauncey Street, an address that he later used as the address for Ralph and Alice Kramden on his show The Honeymooners.[4] Originally named Herbert Walton Gleason, Jr., he was baptized as John Herbert Gleason.[5] His parents, both from Faranree, County Cork, Ireland, were Mae (Maisie) (née) Murphy, a subway change-booth attendant, and Herb Gleason, an insurance auditor.[6] Gleason was one of their two children. Gleason's brother, Clemence, died of spinal meningitis at age 14, and his father abandoned the family.[7] He remembered his father as having "beautiful handwriting", as Herbert Gleason often worked at the family's kitchen table writing policies in the evenings. The night before his disappearance, Gleason's father disposed of any family photos he was pictured in; just after noon on December 15, 1925, Herbert Gleason collected his hat, coat and paycheck, leaving the insurance company and his family for good. When it was evident he was not coming back, Mae went to work taking change for the Brooklyn–Manhattan Transit Corporation (BMT). After his father left, young Gleason started hanging around on the streets with a local gang and hustling pool.[8] He attended elementary school at P.S. 73 in Brooklyn. He attended but did not graduate from John Adams High School in Queens and Bushwick High School in Brooklyn. Gleason was raised by his mother, who died when he was 19.[5] Gleason became interested in performing after being part of a class play; when he left school he got a job as an MC of a theater. The job paid $4 per night. Other jobs of his included working in a pool hall, stunt diver, and carnival barker.[1][8] Gleason and his friends made the rounds of the local theaters; he put an act together with one of his friends and the pair performed for Amateur Night at the Halsey Theater, where Gleason replaced his friend, Sammy Birch, as the master of ceremonies. He was also offered the same work two nights a week at the Folly Theater.[8]

    When his mother died in 1935, young Gleason had nowhere to go and less than 40 cents to his name. The family of his first girlfriend, Julie Dennehy, offered to take him in but Gleason was headstrong and insisted he was going into the heart of the city.[8] His friend, Sammy Birch, made room for him in the hotel room he shared with another comedian. Birch also told him of a one week job in Reading, Pennsylvania that would pay $19; it was more money than Gleason could imagine. The booker advanced him bus fare for the trip against his salary; this was Gleason's first job as a professional comedian. He had regular work in a variety of small clubs after that.[9]


    risky

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  24. And he made a great Minnesota Fats.

    r

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  25. We all KNOW Rat that you confessed to killing people in Central America....

    We all know you erased your posts....

    You have used that story to PROVE your street creds..

    Even Deuce says you are the real deal!

    So now you are non-proud of your wet operations?

    Not proud of your mercenary ties to Ollie North?

    Rat = Liar

    Rat = Israel hating piece of smegma....

    We all KNOW your biased and out of American main stream pov you have about Israel....

    You are par for your course....

    toilet water,,,,

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  26. Brett Cummins, a meteorologist at a news station in Arkansas since 2001, was questioned by police Monday after he awoke in an empty bath tub with the corpse of a dead man wearing a dog collar

    I hate when that happens.

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  27. At least it wasn't a drunken Swede in the apple tree.

    r

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  28. Those meteorologists are so silly.

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  29. Heh,

    My first victim.

    My inspiration was those dog collars that keep dogs from straying.

    The secret is implanting the technology in a stealth mode that goes undetected by the sex-shops and the customers.

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  30. U.S. Army Orders First Suicide Drones

    Operators can even call off strikes at the last second after arming the Switchblade. That kind of control allows soldiers to retarget in case an enemy moves out of sight, or avoid collateral damage if a civilian wanders too close.

    The drone, created by AeroVironment, is able to fly in both autonomous robot mode or as a remotely-piloted air vehicle. Either way, its small size and quiet electric motor allow it to approach targets without warning. It can even switch off its motor and glide in for a stealthy attack.

    "Just as our small unmanned aircraft systems provide game-changing reconnaissance capabilities to ground forces, Switchblade provides a revolutionary rapid strike capability to protect our troops and give them a valuable new advantage on the battlefield," said Tom Herring, AeroVironment senior vice president and general manager of Unmanned Aircraft Systems.

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  31. WiO,

    I don't mean to interfer, but I do not think DR drew the analogy you think. No, he was, instead equating the USS Liberty incident during the fog of war with the murder of a kike on a cruise. Had the bad guys tied "Mrs. Kike" to the back of the wheelchair and tossed them both overboard, it would have been all the same to DR.

    DR is a subtle thinker.

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  32. WiO,

    Pardon! I failed to mention that, re the USS Liberty, the score remains 13 for Israel and 0 for the nutters.

    That felt so good, I think I'll do it again :-)

    Israel 13
    Nutters 0

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  33. WiO,

    Isn't it passing strange that DR has never acknowledged or called for the liberation of "occupied Cyprus"?

    In that case it was Greek Christians eating Muslim steel.

    Yep, you do have to admit the guy consistent. The enemies of Islam are his enemies.

    Occupied Cyprus Project

    Yeah, the Turks liberated the Greeks for their own good - sort of like the Roman liberation of Jerusalem. Or, how about the liberation of more than a million Armenians by the Turks?

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  34. allen said...
    WiO,

    I don't mean to interfer, but I do not think DR drew the analogy you think. No, he was, instead equating the USS Liberty incident during the fog of war with the murder of a kike on a cruise. Had the bad guys tied "Mrs. Kike" to the back of the wheelchair and tossed them both overboard, it would have been all the same to DR.

    DR is a subtle thinker.





    Pardon my misread....

    The USS Liberty?

    Isnt that the USA ship that was off on an illegal NSA mission to collect an electronic war map that was being sent to the Brits on Cyprus and then sent to the Egyptians?

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  35. Some liberated Armenians
    By the way, the Turks continue to deny their ghastly deed, frothing if anyone dares mention the history – like someone here.

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  36. WiO,

    All I know with certainty about the USS Liberty is that hundreds fine military personnel worked to help produce over 2400 pages of history that exonerates Israel from the charge of having made a malicious attack against a US vessel at sea. Of course, they were all in the palms of the KiKe Konspiracy of world domination.

    When I took the time to put up the links to the reports and the thousands of pages of evidence, people on this site actually attacked the data within minutes. Now! You call that screed reading.

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  37. "Yeah, the Turks liberated the Greeks for their own good - sort of like the Roman liberation of Jerusalem. Or, how about the liberation of more than a million Armenians by the Turks?"

    ---
    also,

    Obamanomics is the GOP's fault.

    Rufus joins RatWorld on that one.

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  38. Pardon my misread....

    The USS Liberty?

    Isnt that the USA ship that was off on an illegal NSA mission to collect an electronic war map that was being sent to the Brits on Cyprus and then sent to the Egyptians?


    They were American seaman doing the job assigned to them shit bird. They sailed under an American flag and the bastards that killed them were lucky that some series American firepower wasn't put on them so that would be something else they should never forget.

    Don't equate the reluctance of bought and paid for American politicians as acceptance by Americans that know the facts as opposed to your apologetic fantasies for all things Israel , all the time..

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  39. The Retribution Will Not Be Televised

    Ten years after 9/11, our answer to al-Qaida won't be on 9/11.

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  40. The vast majority of Americans love and support Israel. To learn that you have to look at scientific polling data and avoid biased propaganda. That is why Mr. Obama, despite his sympathies for his Muslim "brothers", will have to sell out the PA on 20 Sep 2011. That is why the American public will crucify him if he fails to release military supplies in the pipeline when the scimitar hits the wall.

    "...59 percent -- nearly 6 in 10 -- said their sympathies were with Israel, while just 18 percent sided with the Palestinians. When respondents were asked for their opinion of various countries, 63 percent said they had a favorable view of Israel (21 percent said very favorable), compared with just 15 percent who thought highly of the Palestinian Authority..."
    Why Are Americans So Pro-Israel

    For whatever it is worth, those hating Israel the most and loving the poor PA unconditionally are American Jews. It is no accident that all the pioneers of psychotherapy and psychology were Jews...just a thought...

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  41. UN Report on Flotilla Incident Exonerates Israel

    The panel concludes that the “humanitarians” on the Mavi Marmara came armed for a fight:

    "iIt is clear to the Panel that preparations were made by some of the passengers on the Mavi Marmara well in advance to violently resist any boarding attempt….The Panel accepts, therefore, that soldiers landing from the first helicopter faced significant, organized and violent resistance from a group of passengers when they descended onto the Mavi Marmara. Material before the Panel confirms that this group was armed with iron bars, staves, chains, and slingshots and there is some indication that they also used knives.389 Firearms were taken from IDF personnel and passengers disabled at least one by removing the ammunition from it. Two soldiers received gunshot wounds. There is some reason to believe that they may have been shot by passengers, although the Panel is not able to conclusively establish how the gunshot wounds were caused. Nevertheless, seven other soldiers were wounded by passengers, some seriously".

    It is not startling that in the face of this Turkey rejected the report. Nor is it surprising that Israel rejected Turkey’s astonishing demands for an apology. Israelis from left to right rejected that demand, knowing that an abject apology in such a situation would weaken their country’s reputation for strength and resolve in the entire Middle East. And in Israel’s situation, such a weakening in front of enemies and potential enemies would be dangerous. Moreover, Israel survives with an unspoken but critical understanding between its army and its populace: we defend you, and you defend us. Throwing the young commandos to the wolves, opening them to prosecution, calling their heroic acts unlawful, would have broken that pact.

    It is with all of this in mind that the actions of the Obama administration must be seen as miserable. For instead of defending Israel, the White House has for weeks been pressuring Israel for an abject apology to Turkey. Why? The obvious reasons were given: Gee, we need Erdogan on Syria and Egypt, we needed him on Libya, come on, patch things up, it’s just words.

    So this is another example of the Obama Administration refusing the strong support Israel needs and looking instead to find compromises—tawdry, damaging, dangerous. After 31 months of this, no one should be surprised. But when a UN commission takes what is in many ways a stronger moral stance in defiance of the UN’s automatic anti-Israel majority than does our own government, we have a right to be disgusted.

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  42. Allen and What is "Occupation" equate any criticism of Israel or Jewish individuals, groups - as anti-Semitic. They exhibit a disgusting dual loyalty. Always the same meme, Jews show the world just how noble, honest, trustworthy, and valuable an ally the Jewish State is.

    We are to recoil from their immunity amulet claimed because Jews have suffered in a way that somehow did not confer a similar immunity amulet on other freely-criticized groups like Armenians, Ukrainians, Lithuanians, Rwandans, Cambodians...

    Their bellicose insistence that any criticism of any Jew or of Israel is out of bounds only serves to set them apart from the rest of the World and further isolates them.

    It also makes for interesting times when Jews who claim criticism is wrong because Jews or Israel is too good, too noble, too smart to ever engage in atrocities, treachery, or venal corruption get caught red-handed at it.

    As for Israel's treachery, Desert Rat just documents the duplicity with regards to the USS Liberty , selling pilfered US technology to China, stealing US secrets and manipulating American pols. When top secret defense technology is transferred to the Chinese or Soviets by Jews like Pollard and Israeli defense firms, not a squeak from the two of them.

    That is simple deceit and treachery.

    Payback for Israel's untrustworthiness is now open and public. Less people are less afraid to call them for what they are.

    Too bad Allen. All your bluff and bluster will not hide your transparency.

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  43. The Won may have finally succeeded in doing something no other president has accomplished. In doing so, America's strategic dominance is at peril.

    EXCLUSIVE: Libyan missiles looted

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  44. Cedarford,

    ... ... ... ... ... Naaaah :-)

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  45. Deuce


    They were American seaman doing the job assigned to them shit bird. They sailed under an American flag and the bastards that killed them were lucky that some series American firepower wasn't put on them so that would be something else they should never forget.



    they were American seamen put into harms way by an illegal action.

    American firepower were miles away, complying with direct military orders to LEAVE the area.

    Any SHIP in that area at that time was a "hostile", since America stated that it had evac'd ALL AMERICAN SHIPPING...

    Those Americans were killed by the illegal actions of the NSA that put them in danger....

    Do you really believe that a "flag" is proof in a war zone?

    How many times (in war) has one side or the other falsely portrayed themselves?

    Did egypt OWN no American FLAGS to hoist?

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  46. For about the thousandth time I will say that were I calling the shots in Israel things would be different. We would still be roundly hated by nutters but our strategic position would be far, far stronger - perhaps unassailable. There would be no bluff or bluster. I don't sleep with boys. I don't spit on Superman's cape. And I don't go to a gunfight with a pocket knife. That is why, despite being old and battered, I am still in the land of the living.

    Step one would be the simple declaration: Never again. I might even create a tempest by setting off a little firecracker. Step two would be the promise that the first time Israel's security was threatened, she would launch. And finally, I would say to all our good friends who have supplied our enemies, start building bomb shelters.

    Wasn't it Rick Perry who was quoted as saying, "Adios mofo"?

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  47. Deuce

    Don't equate the reluctance of bought and paid for American politicians as acceptance by Americans that know the facts as opposed to your apologetic fantasies for all things Israel , all the time..



    Deuce,

    I for one value the lives of American service people. MY FAMILY INCLUDED.

    I have Uncles that have served in WW2, Korea and Vietnam. Not all of them came back, and some of them left pieces of their flesh...

    The USS Liberty cannot be understood the way you paint it....

    Israel did not launch an attack on an American ship innocently sailing around the Med.

    It was a war zone.

    All American forces were ordered OUT OF THT AREA.

    That aint MY fantasy, that is a fact.

    The fact that the USS Liberty was taken over by a rouge NSA agent and defied ORDERS to leave the area who is to blame?

    Your depth of the subject lacks....

    It's sounds like you know enough to understand talking points but not much more....

    The talking points you know? Come from the very places of Israel hating... There seems to be no grey there...

    You dont seem to have as much anger or hostility at the British (for example) that burned our Whitehouse down..... (1812) Nor do you seem to have as much anger towards the Syrians or Iranians or even Hezbollah that have murdered in cold blood many more American servicemen....

    No, one level of anger to Israel, really nothing for anyone else....

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  48. Cedarford said...
    Allen and What is "Occupation" equate any criticism of Israel or Jewish individuals, groups - as anti-Semitic.



    Actually no...

    Try again lard ass...

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  49. Deuce,

    Thanks.

    Those missiles are a HUGE BIG deal. I predict that they are going to be used against passenger aircraft unless found and destroyed. We should thank Putin the Just for having kicked us in the teeth - AGAIN!!!

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  50. And finally, I would say to all our good friends who have supplied our enemies, start building bomb shelters.

    And the meaning of this is just what???

    r

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  51. No, I don't care a whit about the British having burned down the White House. No more than I would have cared if Lee burned it down. I am more concerned that Obama is in it.

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