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10 weeks ago @ Jewish Daily Forward - We Are All Pamela Gell... · 0 replies · +9 points

Jay Michaelson, what we need to figure out is not how to rise above Pamela Geller because very few will ever rise anywhere close to her. What we need to do is support her battle against Jihad.

10 weeks ago @ Jewish Daily Forward - We Are All Pamela Gell... · 1 reply · +9 points

This article starts out with 2 blatant lies. Pamela Geller never said that all followers of Islam are “savages” and she never said that there’s no such thing as a moderate Muslim. It was Tayyip Erdogan, Prime Minister of Turkey who said ""There is no "moderate" Islam." A pew poll released on August 2005 showed that 60% of Turks, 74% of Pakistanis, 76% of Indonesians, 88% of Moroccans, 99% of Lebanese Muslims and 100% of Jordanians, when asked about their attitude toward Jews checked either "somewhat unfavorable" or "very unfavorable". Shame on Jay Michaelson for joining their jihad.

27 weeks ago @ The Tea Party Economist - Iraq in Chaos. A Total... · 0 replies · +7 points

The problem is that Bush never finished the job and Obama retreated afterwards. It's the same as if after we defeated Nazi Germany in World War 2 we just left and let the Nazis rise again. Part of the job was taking out the Mullahs of Iran. We should have done that but we didn't so now they have funded the insurgents that are taking over Iraq.

168 weeks ago @ Frontpage Magazine - The U.N. House of Lies... · 1 reply · +10 points

I met a girl in graduate school who had the misfortune of being at an airport which was attacked by Palestinian terrorists. She told me "they don't deserve anything". Truer words were never spoken.

170 weeks ago @ Frontpage Magazine - Successful Palestine S... · 0 replies · +11 points

The Palestinians already have a state in fact they have more than one. See the Four State Solution

171 weeks ago @ Frontpage Magazine - The Mullahs’ Apocaly... · 0 replies · +1 points

171 weeks ago @ Frontpage Magazine - Obama’s Defilement o... · 0 replies · +2 points

The response to 9/11 should be rage. A year after 9/11 Eric Fettman in an OpEd called Where's the Anger (New York Post 8/29/02) wrote:

...what has happened to our anger?

The acute rage, the white-hot fury that nearly all Americans felt in the immediate aftermath of the horrifying murders of 3,000 people seems to have dissipated.

And, with it, the resolve that saw Americans united on the need to utterly demolish international terrorism...

I'm sorry, but I don't want to see mournful processions and bagpipes playing "Amazing Grace" over and over. I want to see a rekindling of the unrestrained anger we once felt...

Yes, taking drastic action on the basis of unrestrained emotion can be dangerous. More often than not, it's necessary to step back a bit and gain some perspective.

But it's just as dangerous when the pendulum of emotion swings to the opposite extreme - and we forget what and why we are fighting.

171 weeks ago @ Frontpage Magazine - Turkey Threatens Milit... · 1 reply · 0 points

If the Turks unite with Egypt in attacking Israel which is quite likely Israel may not win and if Israel loses that's the end of Israel. Turkey may not get along with Assad but if there is war I'm sure Syria would participate as would Hezbollah and Hamas with their vast number of rockets some of which are probably armed with chemical warheads.

172 weeks ago @ Frontpage Magazine - Berkeley Takes On the ... · 0 replies · +14 points

All the Tea Partiers want is that we don't spend money we don't have. The hostile reaction of the left is astonishing and teaches us a lot about the left. They want to spend money we don't have and demonize anyone who gets in the way of their destructive agenda

172 weeks ago @ Frontpage Magazine - Housing Market Outrage · 0 replies · +4 points

The questionable assumption in this article is that the unjust measures to save the economy discussed by Mr. Ahlert really will help. The money used to save the economy has to come from somewhere and that somewhere is from honest people who are productive enough to make the money. Taking their money away will hurt the economy perhaps more than bailing out the banks will help it. The ostensible reason for no money down loans imposed by our government was to make housing affordable to the poor. Well dropping housing prices is making it more affordable, unfortunately vanishing incomes is making affordable houses less affordable but taking money away from people who are productive simply makes their incomes vanish as well. The government's role should have been to enforce justice all along. Than the current situation would not have happened. Enforcing injustice is not the answer.