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“You have just as much blood on your hands as they do. They got a right to exist as well. Everybody does. And I don’t want this thing…this back and forth…you and them…I don’t want this turning into an election issue for me, right? I can’t be telling those people how to treat your country any more than you want me telling you how to treat them, right? You see where I’m at in this?
Don’t you turn this into something that might take away Jewish votes for me. That’s what you got going here – I know what you’re up to. Don’t do it. This thing…Iran…don’t try…don’t hurt me politically with it. You need us. We don’t need you.”
When you think of it, Israel is just a blip on the map. If they come here they could build a thriving city like New York or a Los Angeles. It could be in Nebraska or Wyoming or something.. Maybe somewhere near the middle of the US.. They would need housing and cars. They may jumpstart the economy. Perhaps America is still too prejudgdice against Jewry to consider it. Please consider all the business they would bring. This could be the answers to our prayers, that is, if they would come.
You know. The world just isn't the United States. There are another 195, roughly, countries out there.
I know that the USA is the leader of the free world and all that.
But I'm getting tired of it being the USA all the time to solve the worlds problems.
I'm at the point to say that we should let these guys fight out their problems and we can just quarantine the area to make sure no one goes in or out.
And we'll deal with the survivor.
I know my post is going to seem ridiculous. I've been thinking....Why don't we just invite all Israelies to come over here?
While the Obama administration touted the depositions of Egyptian prime dictator Hosni Mubarak and Libya’s Muammar Gaddafi as victories for democratic reform, peace and social networking, it should be quite obvious that what’s transpired in the middle east under the leadership of our Nobel Peace Prize winning Commander In Chief is yet another chapter in the broader destabilization of the region.
By your logic, we should have invited Kuwait back in the 90's when they were threatened by Saddam Hussein and invaded Why just stop at that or Israel? Any country that is threatened by someone, we invite them if they have money and businesses? Common now.
Originally posted by Swabmouse
I know my post is going to seem ridiculous. I've been thinking....Why don't we just invite all Israelies to come over here? They have money and businesses. We need money and busineses. There may be some Isaelies who want to leave because of the constant threats from their neighbors and the constant shelling. We could give them their own city. They could call it New Israel or something that wouldn't inflame the Arab population. The Muslim middle eastern countries could finally settle down because they say all they have against us is we support Israel. If most of the Israelies are here they would have no problem with us and the world would be more peaceful (perhaps). Just thinkin....
Originally posted by seabag
Netanyahu has been eager to eliminate the perceived threat to Israel posed by Iran. Regardless whether you agree with his claims about Iran or not, nobody can dispute that he’s pushing for war. However, the upheaval in the Middle East we’re experiencing today is a direct result of failed leadership in the White House. Obama had a remarkable opportunity to reduce US presence overseas, forge new relations in the region and stabilize old ones. Instead, this arrogant man has only focused on his personal political agenda and he’s created a huge mess for the free world.
We have no leadership in America. This truly is amateur hour in the White House and far worse is yet to come…..
edit on 13-9-2012 by seabag because: (no reason given)