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Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) slammed Russian President Vladimir Putin’s op-ed in the New York Times on Thursday. Putin, using President Obama’s own complaints about the United States against him, lectured Americans about the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and decried American exceptionalism. “It is extremely dangerous to encourage people to see themselves as exceptional, whatever the motivation,” Putin wrote. “There are big countries and small countries, rich and poor, those with long democratic traditions and those still finding their way to democracy. Their policies differ, too.”

Speaking to Sean Hannity on Fox News Thursday, Cruz pulled no punches in defending American exceptionalism and reminding viewers about the brutal Soviet regime:

[2:00] It was truly astonishing and I think the final paragraph was the most striking where he castigated the president and Americans for believing in American exceptionalism and I actually think he was right.

Autocrats have reason to fear when Americans focus on our principles and focus on exceptionalism because it’s been American exceptionalism that stood up to the Nazis and stopped the murder from the Nazis and it was American exceptionalism that stood up to the Soviet Union and freed hundreds of millions from behind the Iron Curtain. So Putin is right to be concerned about American exceptionalism.

Cruz said Putin and the Russians have been bad actors throughout the Syrian proceedings and he favors President Reagan’s approach of “trust but verify,” saying he is skeptical of Putin’s motives. “It is a very dangerous time and one of the principles that has been true from time immemorial is that bullies and  tyrants don’t respect weakness.”

Other responses to Putin’s op-ed were more tepid and cautious.

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The nation Putin is addressing is no longer the exceptional nation, the "new race" that was born on Freeman's Field in 1777. That nation has been invaded by millions of parasites. If we are still exceptional we will repeal them and re-establish our nation and rediscover the American Spirit that founded this nation under God. For that purpose the current administration has to be removed and 9/10s of the bloated government bureaucracy have to be eliminated. It will happen as the system they have installed collapses under its own weight. Soon the nations of God's good earth are not going to accept any US dollars any more. We must not fear that for in that manner the centralized DC parasites will no longer have anything to pay with. Putin is right. Currently this nation is not exceptional. As soon as we return to the Constitution we will be exceptional again. A banana republic with kangaroo courts lead by a buffoon president is not exceptional, there are dozens of them all over this sad planet. But the America born in 1776 is unique and gloriously exceptional. We just have to return there. And you better believe we shall return.
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American exceptionalism springs from the values and principles in which we believe, and defend. Those principles are laid down in the Declaration of Independence, and the Constitution. Putin no more understands, or adheres to these principles than did Stalin, or for that matter, does Obama. That's why both Putin and Obama denounce -- and fear -- American exceptionalism, and deny that it ever existed.
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The Divine equal rights of all individuals to life, liberty and the fruit of their individual labor in creative pursuit of happiness is the core of American exceptionalism. At the heart of American exceptionalism is the American Declaration of Independence which Thomas Jefferson described as "an expression of the American mind." No nation, with the exception of the United States of America, has declared a life, liberty and creativity affirming, self-evident, sacred, and unamendable natural law - our Second Continental Congress did so on July 4, 1776 by voting for the Declaration of Independence. The human rights declared in our Declaration of Independence serve and benefit all individuals equally - it is not a self-serving declaration for the benefit of government. Medieval Europe functioned under a self-serving so-called Divine right of Kings. Islam functions under a self-serving divine right of Imams and Caliphs. Marxist governments function under a self-serving secular collectivist right - for themselves to collect. Yes, deep in her heart and mind, America is exceptional.
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Where was Putin during the Berlin Airlift?
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Discussions of American Exceptionalism are full of proud/defensive statements these days. Proud to be an American? Great. Believe that the US is special? Fine. The defensiveness seems to derive from the realization that things have changed, while denying that they have. Many have come to accept this; we are called various names by those who don't see the changes. That the changes have occurred are simply and clearly manifested in the existence of the Obama Administration. It is much more that Obama's sealed past that proves the descent of the public into something unexceptional - it is the quality of the people around him and the beliefs that they hold. The US twice elected a progressive Administration, the second time with overwhelming evidence as to what it believed in and represented. The issue is not what Putin thinks, but what is real and what is not. The outrage over Putin's comments points to denial.
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You're right. We were once a great and exceptional nation (much as was Formerly Great Britain). But then, we saved the world (or at least, Europe), and sat back and rested on our laurels. The great men who lived during that time have died, and been replaced by soft men.

But like Englishmen, who can still be proud of their Englishness (though Nelson, Peel, Churchill, and others, might not, considering what the country has become), we can still be proud of what we've done in the past, and keep alive the hope that we can restore that condition.

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Barry is shocked. He knew nothing of this. That all happened when he was back in the Illinois statehouse voting "present" on every controversial item on the docket save one: the right of abortionists to commit infanticide

----- infanticide |inˈfantiˌsīd|
noun
1 the crime of a mother killing her child within a year of birth.
• the practice in some societies of killing unwanted children soon after birth.
2 a person who kills an infant, esp. their own child.

Yep, that's our president. And Putin has him by the short hairs. How did we come to this? I think we have the RNC -- the imbeciles who gave us McCain and Romney -- to thank for it.
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No no no, it is The American People that are Failed. Those Stupid People in those Obama Sticker cars. A chia pet would be better than Obama. NOTHING says STUPID like an Obama Sticker on your car.
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Yes, sir. Bob Dole, John McCain, Mitt Romney, G.H.W. Bush or as I call them the RINO "traitor enablers" that got us off the Reagan Revolution and delivered their country to the enemy.
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We also have the hard left to thank for hijacking our education and cultural reins, and the previous generation to thank for simply letting them gain control. I know because I've seen it occur multiple times.
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You get it. It has nothing to do with McCain, Romney. Liberalism is so much more than just the Democrat Party. It is moral and cultural decline, and our nation is now predominantly handout parasites and victims. The Democrat has a Victim Group for anyone that is not A White Male Who Is Not Gay.

This nation is over as its people are over. Liberalism is a disease that dominates our Media, Academia, and Culture (music, Hollywood,...). That is Rot from Within, just like the Romans, Greeks, French, British Empire, and other cultures all imploded from within.

As Arnold Toynbee wrote "Civilizations are not murdered, they commit suicide."
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And the rot started with the Enlightenment, with Rousseau being the most notable point of origin. Once we conservatives regain control of those aspects, we WILL make sure that anyone who is liberal is denied access, period, and if they want a fight, we'll make sure they don't escape their fate either. Letting the left live will result in destruction.
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The nation Putin is addressing is no longer the exceptional nation, the "new race" that was born on Freeman's Field in 1777. That nation has been invaded by millions of parasites. If we are still exceptional we will repeal them and re-establish our nation and rediscover the American Spirit that founded this nation under God. For that purpose the current administration has to be removed and 9/10s of the bloated government bureaucracy have to be eliminated. It will happen as the system they have installed collapses under its own weight. Soon the nations of God's good earth are not going to accept any US dollars any more. We must not fear that for in that manner the centralized DC parasites will no longer have anything to pay with. Putin is right. Currently this nation is not exceptional. As soon as we return to the Constitution we will be exceptional again. A banana republic with kangaroo courts lead by a buffoon president is not exceptional, there are dozens of them all over this sad planet. But the America born in 1776 is unique and gloriously exceptional. We just have to return there. And you better believe we shall return.
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Today's Americans are stupid and dependent, and with such an American People, on balance, we shall not return.
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Correct, this is no longer a useful nation, as the American People are a Failed People. Americans now love Free Stuff and being called Victims, and this means they vote Democrat. That is how this nation re-elected the Worst President in American History on many quantifiable measures. Know you well that when a nation does that, that nation is over. The American People on balance are a sorry dependent immoral bunch of parasites, liars, and hypocrites.

This is not fixable. Everything from Maryland and up the northeast is a cesspool of Liberalism, gone, no longer American as founded. Illinois, Michigan, California, Ohio, and maybe Colorado gone. The only hope for this nation is to split up, cast off those Failed Americans in the states above and form a new nation.

Our Young People are just about all Obama Voters, brainwashed, entitled, handout types, The Hopey Changer Generation. They need to be taught Self - Reliance and American principles, instead of the garbage now taught in our schools and universities that have been destroyed by the Jane Fonda 1960s Liberals. They may be hopeless.

But the current course this nation is on is just re-tracing the last voyage of the Titanic. Either split, or this nation is doomed, as its people are a Failed American People on balance, so cast off the Victims and Parasites in the states listed above, maybe more, or this nation is over.
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You call them "parasites" but to me they're just immigrants who want to enhance and participate in the American dream. My first immigrant ancestor arrived here in 1639, one of the founders, and my mother's mother came from Finland in 1906. I do not come from a family of parasites, none of us do. Immigrants are what America IS, we are a nation of many who - because of our gift to assimilate - become one. A really bad president shouldn't take that away from us.
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I re-post this due to my usual typos... sorry!

Please read my comment again for I did not talk about immigrants legal or illegal. I could hardly make a blanket statement like the one you seem to imply because I am a naturalized American citizen myself. Got it? Many immigrants coming into the US today ARE parasites and many ARE NOT. For years we had grandmothers and grandfathers imported into the country for the sole purpose of getting them Social Security benefits for which they never contributed a penny! I have seen that with my own eyes. There significant numbers of youths who simply move in to be part of gangs. One more thing: there is one group of "immigrants" moved in here by a foreign government we do a lot of business with who come here financed by foreign mafias to whom they have to "pay" a "passage fee" over a period of 10 or 20 years while their families in the old countries are kept as a "guarantee" that they do not forget to pay their "obligation". Those poor people may not be parasites but the organizations and the government behind them are parasitic in nature. There are morons that think that a nation of immigrants mean that anyone has to be received. That's not an American tradition. Not every Englishman was allowed to move here before 1776, not every Irishman was allowed to come in, not every German or Norwegian either. For most of our history people suffering with diseases or a known history of crime had to take the boat back home. Was Al Capone a positive asset for the US? Frankly I doubt it! but under your blanket policy of "everyone's welcome" we should be happy that he decided to grace our shores with his presence.

The parasites I am talking about in my comment are not exclusively immigrants but those infected with the world-wide failing socialistic ideas of "you go to work, I 'll get the welfare benefits" currently in vogue. I am currently spending time abroad because I could not work productively in the US and --for the record-- While in the US, I had to leave a company where I worked in Virginia because the liberal majority there made it very difficult for conservatives to work in that place. That company is currently going out of business--surprise, surprise--as most productive employees left long ago. Do yourself a favor, buddy, and do not compare your ancestors to the kind of scum that is scaling the fences to get into a LA to steal cars and "work" oppressing Mexican American small businessmen through "protection" schemes, practice extortion, enslave women, destroy the youth selling them drugs, etc. etc. Do not compare me or put me in the same group either: I worked decently every day of my stay in the US (three decades) and when the gang currently in power made it impossible to make a decent living I got myself a job in another country before I went to check the welfare office. I am sick and tired of being put in the same bag with welfare scum and criminals. I am sure your ancestors do not appreciate being thrown in the same boat either. Use your intelligence and learn to discriminate between good and evil. That would be a good starting point not only for you but for the whole country.
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Okay, let's say you're right and I'm just a silly romantic. Even so, you're argument leaves no place for the one human trait we all share, the capacity to grow, learn and change. Al Capone - and all of his ilk - didn't exactly assimilate. He never participated in American culture, he inhabited a culture that was imported from Sicily and recreated here. There are millions of Italians who DID assimilate and have enriched our country for generations. And success and assimilation to one degree or another have occurred in every group that has ever immigrated. My ancestor came here in the 17th century for one reason, to create a business and make money. And that is still the reason people come. I think there are more like that than the parasites you speak of.
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Please read the original comment again. I quote: "the centralized DC parasites will no longer have anything to pay with". If you want to have an idea of the kind of immigration that is filtering in these days just spend a month or two living in East LA, some parts of Philly, Chicago, or Lansing Michigan. Wake up the days of Svensen, Schmidt, and Sormunen are gone, buddy. And just for the record, the parasites I speak off are the socialist progressive liberals who suck the life of any society they manage to infect. Of those the bad immigrants are only a minor part. Text comprehension: I may not be clear (English is my 4th language and I am still trying to master it, sorry!)
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Did you grandmother crawl over/under a fence or float over, or get a fake ID?
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Or sign up for welfare, medicaid, food stamps, Obamaphones, et al.
Nor did they vote illegally. The parasites are just that. They do not grow OUR economy, they take what they get and send it home, to their economies.
DeTocqueville always maintained that the reason America could run the way it did was because the Anglo-Americans who founded it were steeped in religion and morality, and were used to ideas like Freedom and Liberty.
I often point out that Mexico has had the vote almost as long as we have. They just can't seem to get the hang of it. Ditto South America. They have no tradition of enlightened thought, only the mantra of obeying the Master.
Once you view it as a Master/Paeon relationship, you understand why the Dems want them here so badly. They vote you in, you give them stuff.
Hmmmm. Where have I heard that, before?
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The people of Britain had a parliamentary tradition going back centuries and they passed it on to their colonies here. While Virginia had 152 years of local self-rule through a parliament of peers, most Spanish colonies only knew Viceroys appointed by an all powerful king who was accountable to no one. When the American Revolution came the Americans elected an exemplary man, George Washington of whom one never can say enough good things, for he was a true beacon of rectitude and civil virtue. The South Americans chose Simon Bolivar (over the much more virtuous and enlightened Gen. San Martin). Bolivar was a corrupt bastard who thought himself a king and dismissed the will of the people whom he considered rabble. One can see the results now: it took 200 years plus to corrupt the US while the former Spanish colonies were corrupt from the start and now embrace with enthusiasm all the socialist crap that has been a complete disaster for so many people all over the world.
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Not all immigrants are parasites, but all parasites do vote for Democrats, as the know the Democrat Party is the Party of Free Stuff and the Celebration of Victimhood.

The great bulk of immigrants are illegal Hispanics with little education and skills, and they vote for Free Stuff overwhelmingly and that means they are just about all Obama Voters. That, with more amnesty on the way, and with the loss of the Young People aka The Hopey Changer Generation, means that just like California was tipped forever by Amnesty in 1986, this entire nation is now most likely tipped forever, to be controlled by the Democrat Party.

The Takers have taken over, more parasite handout entitlement types than producers. Split this nation up or it is doomed. Say goodbye to California, Michigan, Illinois, Ohio, and everything from Maryland on up to the Northeast US. Let them do their little Utopian Socialist Vote - Buying Celebration of Victimhood Union Liberal Media thing by themselves.
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Sadly, I have to agree. Take courage though. The tide of Liberalism is now about to recede and it has started receding among many groups and in many places. It simply cannot be sustained and people are beginning to notice. This is the peak of it here in the US but they have nowhere to go but down. Everywhere they succeeded they collapse once they pass the 50% mark. Once the producers flee for better pastures, the takers are left holding the bag. At that point their masters reveal themselves and the masquerade is over. It is gulags and misery from there on until they exhaust the resources completely. A wise man sits at the city gates and waits for his enemy's funeral to pass. At the other end of the socialist fever lays a new Christian order and the Rediscovery of Man: that will be the 21st century greatest event.
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That Putin used the distaste Obama himself has expressed regarding American exceptionalism to skewer him in an op-ed is not surprising and even, given Putin's diabolical cleverness, to be expected. Obama's disdain for the concept is completely in tune with the collectivist ideas that have saturated the academy, the culture and lefty politics for decades. Pound until all the nails are even, use the hammer to subdue those who want to rise above the rest, to be exceptional makes the other nails feel bad. All this hammer-swinging is how we got President Obama in the first place.
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Rush Limbaugh Classic Monologue on American Exceptionalism

http://commoncts.blogspot.com/2013/09/rush-limbaugh-classic-monologue-on.html
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If that is all that our punditry and leadership have learned from this OpEd, you might want to double check your back yard bunker or learn where the nearest public NBC shelter is located.
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It was also American Exceptionalism that built the weapons that allowed the Russians to defeat the Germans in WWII in the East. How soon they forget.
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American exceptionalism springs from the values and principles in which we believe, and defend. Those principles are laid down in the Declaration of Independence, and the Constitution. Putin no more understands, or adheres to these principles than did Stalin, or for that matter, does Obama. That's why both Putin and Obama denounce -- and fear -- American exceptionalism, and deny that it ever existed.
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That America is gone, those Americans with The Right Stuff are gone or dying out, the parasites have taken over.

The 20th Century was The American Century, this is the East Asian Century, China, India, S. Korea, maybe Viet Nam.
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No, you have no idea what makes for exceptionalism. The East Asian countries won't become exceptional because they don't promote the principles that made America exceptional. If they did, they would already be exceptional.

The principles still exist in America, but they have to be upheld over the ideas of the Left, and defended as they were before the government came to be too powerful. If that is done, America will once again become exceptional. But we have to eliminate the pernicious groups who think government has the only, and all the answers.
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Talk is cheap.

Russia is backing Iran to extend the Shia Crescent via Syria and Hizballah to the Mediterranean. Russian has just announced it is supplying advanced SAM missiles and nuclear plant equipment to Iran. Iran is on 9 yards away from a TD in fielding nuclear weapons.

Cruz doesn't support intervention in Syria. Fine. Does he support bombing the Iranian nuke plants?

I like and admire Cruz but if he wants to be a serious statesman on national security he has to do more than join the Paulistas in panicking at the thought of FBI drones.
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The biggest foreign policy blunder of the past 10 years was the invasion of Iraq. In late 2002, Bush had one of 4 major choices: 2) Invade Iraq 1) continue containment policies against Iraq and Iran and instead just concentrate on going after al-qeda in the Af-pak region, 3) Invade Iran and forget Iraq and 4) invade both Iran and Iraq. These 4 choices are listed in order of worst to best. Option 4 would have remade the Middle East and likely put Kim Jong Il on ice. Option 3 would have taken out enemy number 1 of the United States, nipped the Syrian war in the bud, and push out the Russians to boot. Option 2 would have had the effect of containing Iran simply by leaving Saddam at his throat. And Option 1, the dumbest of all the option is of course exactly what we did. It lead the disasterous Iraq civil war, the emboldening and nuclearization of America's enemy number 1 and North Korea, a resurgence of Russian influence the region, and not least the election of O-dumba$$. Way to go Bush!
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If you think FBI drones aren't a huge problem, you don't understand the situation.
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OK, exactly how is the FBI aviation program a "problem"? The parameters of warrant-less law enforcement surveillance from aircraft has been the subject of litigation for decades. So how are drones a violation of 4A Constitutional rights (assuming that warrants are provided for any advanced sensors which require them)?
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And it's just going to get huger, if something isn't done about it.
(Is "huger" even a word? It's way too early...
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From Cruz's recent foreign policy speech at Heritage:

"In my opinion, the President of the United States should stand up and say unequivocally, if Iran continues to proceed towards acquiring nuclear weapons capacity, the U.S. will use overwhelming military force to prevent them from acquiring those weapons in simple, clear, categorical language.

You know, one of the ironies is that the softer a leader is in dealing with the enemies of the United States, the more likelihood there is for military conflict. One principle from time immemorial is that bullies and tyrants don’t respect weakness or appeasement. In the Arab World, appeasement only encourages more violence. It was not an accident that the nation of Iran released our hostages after 444 days the day Ronald Reagan was sworn in as President. I am a big believer of peace through strength.

Because of this administration’s ambiguous messages on Iran, I think we have increased the likelihood of military conflict with Iran because those messages can only have been taken by the Mullahs as encouragement that the United States, that the President, will be less than vigorous protecting our National Security. And that if they do proceed, the result might be an unbelievably tiny strike. That encourages military conflict."
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That's it: Si vis pacem, para bellum
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Unfortunately, because of evil in the world (and in the human heart), this is necessary.
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Mrs. Bolyard,

Thanks for the reply. I enjoy your posts.

Glad to hear that Cruz spoke on the issue, but his comments seems more like a description of the likelihood of future military action than an unequivocal call for some sort of decisive action against Iran.

If Cruz is serious and aspires to a Reagan-ite or Churchillian place in history perhaps he will offer a UMF amendment proactively authorizing the President to use military force to destroy Iranian WMD and IRGC facilities?
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I would rather have congress decide that. Would you really want to trust that decision to Obama, Stephanie Powers, Valerie Jarrett, et al? I think Cruz's comment about the release of the Iranian hostages is important. Tyrants can smell fear and weakness. The next few years will be very dangerous. I think our best bet at this point is to have a tough-talking congress that's willing to back the talk up with action -- and they can drag Obama (kicking and screaming if necessary) along with them.
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"I would rather have congress decide that"

Well, actually my hope that Cruz would introduce an amendment authorizing an attack on Iranian WMD facilities, etc. looks for Congress to take a role. But, IMHO, the Constitution assigns Congress a limited and particular role in war making The only thing worse than one mediocre commander-in-chief is 535 mediocre wannabe commanders-in-chief.

It is too bad that way can't wheel out some combination of Reagan, Churchill, FDR and TR to act as wartime leader, but the tyrants of the world aren't going to wait for 2016 So, I choose to support a mediocre commander-in-chief and try to push him to make wise choices That's why I think a pro-active authorization on Iran would be a wise move. It would show the world that, following the Syrian debacle, the US Congress will support the President to strike at the primary belligerent threat.
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Well it sounds nice to talk about a tough talking congress, but the American People have decided that handouts and being called Victims and a foreign policy of Apology and Appeasement is more important than any "Tough Talk".

And is it not cute how Obama and Kerry and all these other useless incompetent Liberals try to talk tough to Putin and Assad and all while Putin and all know that they are just stupid Liberal do nothing blowhards and that it is after all just talk with no consequences? Today's American People are the most failed people of all time, as measured by Potential Production compared to Actual Production. Today's American People have done the least with the most, have gone from First in the World to Pathetic Has Beens.
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We do not want to go to war with Barack Obama as our CIC and Chuck Hagel as SOD. They are exceptionally incompetent. The Syria public relations fiasco was about The Narcissist's ego and nothing else. In my opinion the world and this president do not have the fortitude to prevent Iran from completing its development nuclear weapons. Israel will have to decider whether it is prepared to risk annihilation.
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Israel can thank American Jews for this predicament, and if Israel perishes, it is American Jews who more than anyone else that deserves the blame. It is indeed amazing that American Jews are so stupid, as just about all of them are Obama Voters.

It must be that America is some sort of breeding ground for Dependency and Stupidity, as the Jewish People have a long proud history, and so it must be something about the American milieu and ethos that makes them oblivious to who their enemies are, and so they fall for all this Social Justice Redistribution of Wealth Fairness Celebration of Victimhood stuff.
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