[This comment was deleted on the basis that it might be anti-Semitic, or in truth, critical of Israel and the group in question therefore making it
anti-Semitic] modified by Zionists Against Free Speech, ADL, AIPAC, etc.
So, if a group had gone together and purchased ads that read "fat unemployed people are ruining our nation by using up all the tax dollars for food
stamps" it would have been okay to run those ads? Then when the fat, unemployed people bought some public ad space to retaliate with " the
government intentionally made us fat and stupid, it's their fault for letting us be this way", so on and so forth, that would have been okay, too?
It's just all conspiracy and hearsay, from both sides!
Really, people, these kinds of politically motivated attack ads can't be allowed to cover public anything.
It is wrong to ever threaten violence in any situation. The people who made the threats should be punished. But let's get real here. That kind of
finger pointing on public property is absurd, for any side!
Seeing as the media rarely covers any Anti-Israeli messages, how else are the general public supposed to be aware of this information? It's not like
the messages are unfounded. Even if you don't believe Israel commits any war crimes, I think the majority of Americans would be upset about the amount
of money they are spending on supplying another country with weapons..hell, on another thread here about healthcare, it seems at least 50% of
Americans are annoyed about their government spending money on their own health system
I see also Obama's political campaign for re-election is going to cost over 300,000 times more than these ads- I'd be willing to bet that a portion of
that is spent on political attacks on other candidates and "evil" countries, purely to gain the flocks approval. I guess that's different though,
because he would be agreeing with/reinforcing public consensus.
edit on 30-12-2010 by ScepticalBeliever because: (no reason given)
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