Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Traitor Alert: Allen West thinks Israel's representation in the Congress is not strong enough

Seriously, we are not kidding here. The newly elected Republican congressman from Florida thinks "the Obama Administration has shown an unprecedented disregard for the sovereignty of the State of Israel." His proofs? The Obama Administration was "browbeating Israel for building homes in their rightful capitol" and "disrespecting Prime Minister Netanyahu at the White House." Now how is asking Israel, recipient of more than $3 billion U.S. tax payer dollars a year and unwavering diplomatic support from us, not to build on stolen land - putting the lives of our soldiers at risk - disregarding the "sovereignty of the State of Israel?" In fact, one can correctly note that Israel is not respecting its own sovereignty by continuing to build on stolen land.

And do you know what is so traitorous about Allen West? He is unabashed in declaring his "commitment to Israel will rise above mere statements of support," making absolutely no mention of his commitment to the United States of America, the ONLY country he is supposed to commit to serve as an elected official.

How we long for those days when traitors like Allen West are sent to their rightful places: condemned to the gallows.



Friday, November 12, 2010

Cantor to Netanyahu: Whatever you do, we will side with you



One of the favorite Israel firsters among us is Eric Cantor. For him, there is absolutely no pretense at all where his loyalty lies. There are a lot of Israel firsters among our lawmakers but usually they tend not to too brazen in exhibiting their disloyalty. But not Eric. This soon-to-be the "highest ranking Jew ever in Congress" met personally with the leader of a foreign state and assured him that he would "side, as a policy, with that leader against the president." This is quite extraordinary.