Friday, July 16, 2010

Joe Sestak was willing to put his life on the line to defend Israel

In a letter sent out by Rep. Joe Sestak's attorney Jared Solomon, he claimed Sestak "was willing to put his life on the line to defend Israel," and it was "offensive and outrageous to suggest that he does not stand with Israel." Reading the above statements, one would have come naturally to a conclusion that Joe Sestak was running for office in Israel.

In a normal world, it does not make sense for any candidate running for office to claim that he was willing to put his life on the line to defend a foreign state. It certainly makes no sense to have to defend how one "stands with" a foreign state. But when it comes to Israel, there is really nothing ordinary or conventional. Just for Israel, our lawmakers have to whore themselves to show how much they are willing to do for it, proclaiming that they are willing to put their lives on the line in order to defend it. Can't you see how wrong this picture is?

Congressman Joe Sestak could have responded to those attack ads challenging his lack of support for Israel by declaring that he is Senatorial candidate for the United States of America and not Israel, and he is loyal to no countries other than the United States of America. That was all Rep. Joe Sestak needed to say. But instead, Rep. Sestak felt the need to respond to the attack ads by whoring himself, like most of our lawmakers, to demonstrate how pro-Israel he was.


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