michaelmas12

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436 weeks ago @ Commentary Magazine - Obama Doubles Down on ... · 0 replies · +2 points

around- you are way too pessimisitic. First of all, the left and Onama have already suffered a loss- Hillary Clinton may have been fatally damaged by this brouahaha.I also think they can kiss 2014 goodbye. I think this will continue to fester and some in the media will see it as a way to get an exclusive (Jonathan Karl) and others may be salivating to find more. There are plenty of people to throw overboard before it reaches the Oval Room. This may continue for a while.

444 weeks ago @ Commentary Magazine - Inciting Intifada: A N... · 0 replies · +16 points

absolutely brilliant !!

444 weeks ago @ Commentary Magazine - If “Problem” Is Zi... · 0 replies · +8 points

I stopped buying the NYT some years ago and started to buy the WSJ- what a breath of fresh air! And I won't even pay the measly fee for their so-called we edtition. NOt a penny for the NYT!

444 weeks ago @ Commentary Magazine - Do Jerusalem Homes Pre... · 0 replies · +9 points

what a joke! Israel is not ready to make concessions???? and the Arabs are.....what? ready to compromise? what drivel!

444 weeks ago @ Commentary Magazine - Do Jerusalem Homes Pre... · 0 replies · +12 points

How many times will we hear this drivel coming from well meaning people? If there cannot be peace without an undivided Jerusalem, so be it. If there cannot be peace unless you make Jerusalem judenrein, then that peace is worthless. We, as jews have not come so far, after two millenia of persecution and murder,to compromise on our own lands. Let there be no peace- the losers are the Arabs.

445 weeks ago @ Commentary Magazine - What’s “Wacko” A... · 1 reply · +8 points

Well, we all dodged a bullet when JOhn MacCain was not elecetd President.....can you imagine how he would have treated his own party if they would ever disagree with him? It is totally irrelevant whether Rand Paul's views are "dangerous"- Republicans of all ilk applauded him because he stood up to the President- rathr than playing footsie with an implacable foe. John MacCain should have retired two years ago. Now, he will just turn into the old cranky uncle that no one listens to an ultimately loccks in the attic.

447 weeks ago @ Commentary Magazine - GOP Shouldn’t Fear S... · 1 reply · +9 points

Another, even more important,reason for the Republicans not to cave in (again!) will be the reaction of the rank and file of the Republican Party across the nation. It will effectively discredit the present House Republicans in the eyes of most conservatives and moderate Republicans, to the point that bitter primaries will be fought and many will stay at home.A cave now will destroy the present Houses Republicans. They cannot cave in now.

450 weeks ago @ Commentary Magazine - Hillel’s BDS Battle ... · 0 replies · +9 points

don't worry michael, long after american liberal jewry will have disappeared, true jewry, in theu guise of orthodoxy ,will carry the day, here and in Israel!

450 weeks ago @ Commentary Magazine - Hillel’s BDS Battle ... · 1 reply · +5 points

I still remember that wonderful Obama speech decrying name calling and extreme insults and asking for a civil discourse, a speech by a man so beloved by the liberals that they don't give a whit about it, see comments above!

452 weeks ago @ Commentary Magazine - Anticipating More Obam... · 0 replies · +3 points

No less a liberal icon like Rush Limbaugh says the same about our President- that his purpose is to cut the United States down to size. I imagine you don't agree with that leftist either...