Because I'm a lovable tyke, you gorgeous lady, and you know it!
I don't know what Sharon is up to, I can't say that for certain, and nobody else can either. That is only known to Sharon.
I find it stupid to play footsies with those who are out for the destruction of not only your nation but your entire race. Arafat is a terrorist,
that is where he came from, and his hands are wet from new blood. The man should have been taken out a long time ago. That's just my opinion,
though and without the intel briefings that Sharon receives every day.
Why should the burden be placed on Israel, just because it is a democratic nation? The surrounding nations should not be relieved of their
responsibilities just because the religion is not friendly to democracy; they should certainly be expected to provide both land and economic support
to their brethren that they manipulated into pawns so many decades ago.
And while they are at that, I think the rest of the world should see about giving them a hand up (not a hand out) as well. If we want to be in the
business of nation-building, why not there as well?
First, I'd like to see the Arab nations accept their responsibilities.
I've read the book, though, and I know how it is going to end. They aren't going to help these people.
BTW, if it means anything to you, I don't think you're seething with hatred, just a victim of others' "explanation" of what is what. It is easy
to do. It doesn't matter whether you're democratic or republican, liberal or conservative, taking the word of either our public education system,
the talking heads on Fox News or our own church's pastors; they all seem to have an agenda. I fear it is only going to get harder to grasp as the
history revisionists (on both sides) are only going to get much better. Up to date, I feel I have an extreme leg up on the politics, and what is
internationally wrong and right. To be honest with you, though, by the time my son is of college age things will be to the point where "they" have
information controlled to the point its worse than any sci-fi writer could imagine.