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May 19, 2011

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narciso

For those who want some details about what Matt is talking about:

http://www.verumserum.com/?p=24634

Jane

When Obama gives speeches like today, which I missed and only heard about, he seems utterly incidental and irrelevant. That of course is wishful thinking, but since he has worked so hard to make us mediocre, why would he expect anyone to pretend we still are matter and listen to us?

cathyf

Ok, if we are going to talk about a "right of return" lets talk about returning Medina to the Jews. Oh, and all of the Saudi territory between Medina and Israel, because of, ya know, that whole "contiguous state" thingy...

maryrose

Beck seems to have the jump on what the next big thing will be in the world. He was also in the know about food and oil prices going up. He will be missed but I will be forever grateful for his pre-2010 rally which helped win the House of representatives. Fast Eddie's rally paled in comparison and was made up of mostly thugs.

Ignatz

--Ok, if we are going to talk about a "right of return" lets talk about returning Medina to the Jews.--

Heh.
All victories are equal, but some victories are more equal than others.

Porchlight

Did he give me a h/t?

Actually Ed (or Allahpundit, hard to tell) just walked back previous statement about Obama having simply restated prior US policy (my emphasis, scroll down to Update III):

The issue, according to the AP, is the major West Bank settlements — which have always been the issue. Obama called for territory swaps, presumably to cover this issue, but it’s obviously not going down well in Jerusalem. While US plans for peace settlements have long been based on the 1967 lines, the US has until now not been specifically committed to those lines — so this does represent a significant change, at least in public commitments.
Danube of Thought

they’ve settled on their reason why: Liu was awful mean to Justice Samuel Alito.

Back in the days of Judge Bork, such behavior was disqualifying evidence of a lack of "judicial temperament." I'm glad this guy got stiffed.

MarkO

Back in the days of Bork, smoking weed was disqualifying. We now have a coked up President.

Is that racist? Well, if it disparages Obama it must be.

Porchlight

Interesting, also from Hot Air:

Update: A nice catch from Hot Air alum Bryan Preston. A major Israeli paper, Yedioth Ahronoth, reported two days ago that Obama would publicly endorse the 1967 borders. Bibi’s “surprise” may simply be surprise that O didn’t relent after Israel asked him to remove that passage from the text.
Danube of Thought

Does "international law" apply to "Palestinian" suicide bombers, rockets and mortars? Or does it only go one way?

anduril

Ok, if we are going to talk about a "right of return" lets talk about returning Medina to the Jews.

How about let's [note the spelling: let's = contraction of "let us"; "lets" = 3rd person singular of "to let", meaning, "to allow"] wait for the Jews to make a claim? Why should "we" get involved in such a hypothetical situation, anyway? That interventionist mindset is part of what has got America in the soup that it's currently in. The reason America has a moral obligation to see justice done to the Palestinians is that America was intimately involved in the injustice inflicted on them in the first place (against the advice of the State Department). BTW, as someone who claims to be Catholic, I'm disappointed that you should choose to treat such claims of justice so flippantly. The Vatican, for what it's worth, endorses a right of return for Palestinians.

MarkO

Isn't it great to be lectured by someone who's not that smart?

Rick Ballard

I hope Bibi makes it crystal clear that Israel has no intention of ever returning one square foot of land taken during the blood bath that is coming as a result of the President issuing his April Gillespie go ahead for another major conflict in the ME.

Abby needs to reward the President's stupidity by closing off enough KSA production to drive oil over $120. The President's resolute focus on Pali trash while ignoring the Persian threat deserves a pay back strong enough to eliminate any possibility of re-election and Abby has the means and hopefully the will to see to it.

Starting a "Before" folder of images of Cairo, Damascus and Tehran is probably a good idea. There will be plenty of time to set up the "After" folders when Israel gets done with them.

Danube of Thought

Has any nation in history ever extended a right of return to refugees who voluntarily emigrated during a war? (It may very well have happened, perhaps often, but I am not sure.)

Has the UN ever purported to extend such a right to any people other than the "Palestinians?"

anduril

Here's the Wiki article that deals with the One-state solution. While it doesn't have much popular support among Israelis,

Some Israeli politicians, including [but not limited to] former defense minister Moshe Arens, current Knesset Speaker Reuven Rivlin, and the Knesset member Tzipi Hotovely have voiced support for a binational state through the supposition that this is in fact the current nominal situation within Israel-Palestine.
Porchlight

BTW, as someone who claims to be Catholic, I'm disappointed that you should choose to treat such claims of justice so flippantly.

You only claim to be a Catholic?

Danube of Thought

Ed Whelan on Liu:

Liu’s woeful inexperience compounds his deficiencies of judicial philosophy. He is only 39, and he has even less experience than his age might suggest. He has been a member of the bar for less than eleven years, and he practiced law for less than two years. Under a neutral application of the ABA’s rules — i.e., “a prospective nominee to the federal bench ordinarily should have at least twelve years’ experience in the practice of law,” and “substantial courtroom and trial experience as a lawyer or trial judge is important” — Liu would presumptively receive a “not qualified” rating and be very fortunate to eke out a “qualified.” But somehow the ABA’s process was jiggered to give Liu the ridiculous rating of “well qualified.”
maryrose

Is Anduril Catholic? I am catholic and I resent his implication.The Arabs of Palestine are not negotiating in good faith and have allowed Hamas{terrorist group} to call the shots. Last time I checked Pope Benedict the XVI was against terrorism.

Danube of Thought

There will be plenty of time to set up the "After" folders when Israel gets done with them.

They better do it before Iran tests a nuke.

clarice

I regard the Liu vote as the first sign that Obama has now in effect lost the Senate as well as the House. His colleagues there see the incoming tide and have had it with Mr. Teutonic Shift.

narciso

No they haven't, and the new territory would promptly be carved up, by Syria, Egypt, and Jordan, in short order,

Truncated Truth

" Bibj"

I think his full name is Al Bibi Assad Hosni Netanyahoo.

maryrose

Ben Nelson's vote is very telling in this confirmation process. Too bad Nelson voted for Obamacare. It will cost him re-election. Who will run against him in Nebraska?

Ignatz

--Is Anduril Catholic?--

No. He is the Bishop of the Holy See of the Idiosyncratic Church.
Unofficially he is known as Pope Idio the first.

maryrose

Obama in his arrogance thought he could just slip Liu's name in there again and the repubs wouldn't notice. He wants what he wants when he wants it.

I R A Darth Aggie

Obama can kiss the Jewish vote good bye.

Based on...what, exactly? you're aware that the term "useful idiots" was initially applied to the non-practicting Jews who sold out their practicing brethern to the NVKD? and that once their usefulness in informing on Jews dried up, they themselves were picked up and sent to the gulag?

anduril

Yitzhak Rabin writes:

The population of [Lydda] did not leave willingly. There was no way of avoiding the use of force and warning shots in order to make the inhabitants march the 10 to 15 miles to the point where they met up with the legion. (Soldier of Peace, p. 140–141)

This is in reference to the ethnic cleansing of Lydda, something like 50,000 people at a crack.

clarice

How substantial a pledge is his promise of billions of dollars of aid to Tunisia and Egypt?How many members of the House and Senate will vote for it?

anduril

You only claim to be a Catholic?

Even as I wrote that, I realized that some of the dumber inhabitants of this site would misunderstand it. But cathyf didn't. In a deeper sense, yes, I only claim to be Catholic. Ultimately God will decide.

Minimalist Poster

We will provide Israel with a (completed) moat with crocodiles. Just like our border with Mexico. We will also provide the remaining trained attack sharks. What could be more secure than that?

Danube of Thought

Problem with reading this site on the Ipad is, there's no Narcisolator so that other crazy shithead's posts show up.

"Some of the dumber inhabitants" must mean those who are not syntactically challenged.

clarice

"Back in the days of Judge Bork John Bolton, such behavior was disqualifying evidence of a lack of "judicial diplomatic temperament." I'm glad this guy got stiffed."

Danube of Thought

"Ultimately God will decide."

You decide whether you're a Catholic. He will decide whether you're a good one or a bad one. (I'm reliably informed that He diapproves of bigoted anti-Semites.)

Extraneus

the blood bath that is coming

Israel is probably trying to wait out Obama's defeat in 2012. If Obama wins, they may have to give up on us and take a shot before their adversaries get even stronger than they are now.

Considering the stakes, I wonder if there's anything they could do to help with that 2012 defeat.

Extraneus

I didn't see the speech or read about the particulars, but from the comments here, it seems that all the agonizing about how to craft the speech in such a way as to take credit for the "Arab Spring" was wasted by an unnecessary and gratuitous shot at Israel.

Whoever said that Obama wasn't principled was apparently wrong. He has principles that he acts on. Just not any that we would agree with.

Janet

So is the R2P strategy gonna be used for the Palestinians & their new state as defined by the UN & Obama?

Jack is Back!

I could care less about the Arabs and Palestiniens sesibilities. Let Isael have itz land and do more with it than every Arab or Islamic country could possibly do. How the hell can anyone support the dark ages agianst modernism except the fR left. Go figure.

Porchlight

Even as I wrote that, I realized that some of the dumber inhabitants of this site would misunderstand it.

Just admit you misplaced the modifier. I wouldn't have bothered to note it if you hadn't (in the same comment) criticized cathyf for leaving out an apostrophe.

Ignatz

--how to craft the speech in such a way as to take credit for the "Arab Spring"--

Well, trying to take credit for something on which he had little to no impact, has only just begun and stands considerably better than even odds of replacing the status quo with something considerably worse demonstrates once again MarkO's favorite dicta; Barry's just not that smart and he's a liar.

Truncated Truth

"Well, trying to take credit for something on which he had little to no impact"

Don't think he's taking credit, but it must be acknowledged by the leader of the free world.

H?T Wikileaks...........Samestream Media; take notes....

Jack is Back!

Disregard my iPad attempt at commenting.

Truncated Truth

H/T.......

anduril

"BTW, as someone who claims to be Catholic, I'm disappointed that you should choose to treat such claims of justice so flippantly."

"Just admit you misplaced the modifier."

Um, which modifier would that be?

I will readily admit that I could and should have written:

"BTW, I'm disappointed that you--someone who claims to be Catholic--should choose to treat such claims of justice so flippantly."

As I said, I realized it at the time I was writing that it wasn't as clear as it should be, but I was in a hurry to get ready for dinner and decided to rely on the good faith of people here. My mistake. And my correction of cathyf had a non-grammatical point--which was to point out that she was using "we" as if the US should be involved in her facetiously hypothetical example. That, as I said, is indicative of a mindset that has gotten us in trouble repeatedly. "We" are not here to solve all the worlds problems, but we should try to solve those in which we are complicit.

Extraneus

Drudge main headline: NETANYAHU TO OBAMA: TAKE IT BACK

Extraneus

I wonder how many Jews and other friends of Israel will add to the Strong Disapproval index tomorrow.

Ignatz

--Don't think he's taking credit...--

I figure in this vast universe there has to be one undiscovered thing he hasn't taken credit for, but I'm doubtful this is it.

Porchlight

Um, which modifier would that be?

You incorrectly placed the modifying phrase "as someone who claims to be Catholic" so that it modified "I" [anduril] when you meant it to modify "you" [cathyf].


I will readily admit that I could and should have written

Yes, "readily," right after your comment about the "dumber inhabitants of this site" who pointed out your error.


And my correction of cathyf had a non-grammatical point--

And yet you simply had to mention her typo while making it.

clarice

As LI notes the Bush promise was in exchange for the Israel ceding of Gaza, a move which placed Iranian puppets at its border.

If anyone doubted the land for peace model they have good evidence to support that view.

anduril

"And my correction of cathyf had a non-grammatical point--

And yet you simply had to mention her typo while making it."

I was big enough to admit my infelicitous syntax--are you big enough to admit that my serious point was connected to the grammatical point? The grammatical mistake is what drew my attention to the serious point.

As for the dumber inhabitants of this site, including yourself (I hope that's clear enough for even you to understand), I call dumb those who refuse to address serious issues with open and informed minds. Nitpicking grammar, spelling and syntax is fine and I'm always eager to improve my writing, but when there are serious moral issues concerning our foreign policy at stake, I have no time for your sniping.

I suppose I should take it as a compliment--the fact that you numbskulls are unable to engage the wealth of factual information that I provide and are reduced to petty sniping. However, I don't. I would much prefer a substantive exchange, simply because I think this issue is so important.

Truncated Truth

"Drudge main headline: NETANYAHU TO OBAMA: TAKE IT BACK"

It was more diplomatic than that.

But BiBi does make a salient point.

The 2004 agreement was land for peace, but
re-taking Gaza may annul that agreement.

The fence made a Polish Ghetto of Gaza,

We'll see what happens when BiBi arrives.

RichatUF

Ex-

Considering the stakes, I wonder if there's anything they could do to help with that 2012 defeat.

Just hold out.

They could dig up the assets that the US has in place to destabilize the Netanyahu government (how the Clinton administration was able to get "their toy" into office). A story like that could pay like a reverse Koreagate.

Pay back. The US put alot of effort to burn the Dubai effort (whether or not Israel actually killed al-Mabhouh) and leaking relevant information about that could be useful pushback.

I haven't read the whole text of the speech, but damn, did he just give Assad some cover to finish sacking the opposition? Give the "Arab Spring" over to a "Persian Summer"? Very odd.

Danube of Thought

"I call dumb those who refuse to address serious issues with open and informed minds"

One thing about ol' Anduril, he's really got an open mind. (Shall we have a vote to confirm that?)

If you are as contemptuous of the people at this site as you just indicated, Anduril, why don't you accept our broad-based and oft-repeated invitation to get the hell out and stay out? It appears that you have a pathological need to go on at geat length in as offensive and unpersuasive a manner as possible, and for that reason you are disliked and widely ignored. In all of your endless blathering you have converted not a single soul, changed not a single mind. Take a hike, asshole.

Mark Folkestad

So Ear Leader is intoxicated with the smell of pixie dust and unicorn farts, and he believes that we can give full faith and credit to the people who paved roads with Jewish tombstones and, later, used vestments, altar cloths and the Bible itself to wipe their asses after defecating inside the sanctuary of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre during their occupation a few years ago. I remain unmoved and unimpressed.

Boatbuilder

Actually, DoT, he has changed my mind. I used to think that many anti-semites were just deluded souls who actually believed the rhetoric of "justice" they spouted. Now I am convinced that anti-semitism is simply pathological and incurable hatred.

RichatUF

The fence made a Polish Ghetto of Gaza

Would that be the Israeli or Egyptian fence? And would that the Kuwaiti "Palestinians" or Egyptian "Palestinians".

Truncated Truth

Effluent;

You seem especially angry of late.

Take a Sabbatical for the duration or risk
an aneurysm.

Do you have a dog you can kick?

Perhaps you can dislocate your annoyances if you take a good look at yourself and renew the covenant with your perverted principles.

On your return things will look a little less bleak.

Rick Ballard

Extraneous,

BOzo needs a war by next spring at the latest. Egypt, Iran and Syria all have plenty of disposables which they would gladly be rid of. It's a match made in Hell.

I wonder if having a common enemy will strengthen Israeli/KSA ties? Did Abby tweet Bibi with "See? I toldja he was that stupid."

Truncated Truth

Marmalard;

See comment to Effluent of Thought.

anduril

"You seem especially angry of late."

Isn't that the truth? I really feel sorry for some of these hurting people.

narciso

What a difference a year makes huh, Rich, th Caeserea team dispatched Madhouh, under the
nose of Inspector Renault, I mean Thanim, who
was duly shocked, shocked, that a terrorist
was doing business in his bailwick. Not that much different than the landshark visit of Seal Team 6, to the Prince of Abbottabad Gardens.

Truncated Truth

"Now I am convinced that anti-semitism is simply pathological and incurable hatred."

I'm sorry.

I forgot that only Jews can critique Israel.

RichatUF

narciso-

Excellent.

Not that much different than the landshark visit of Seal Team 6, to the Prince of Abbottabad Gardens.

Stealable.

Captain Hate

Mark Levin suggests a way for Israel to improve relations with the Jugeared Indonesian: Change its name to Mexico.

Danube of Thought

Cleo, go talk to the imaginary Marine. Surely he can enlighten you.

RichatUF

Don't know if it has been linked, but here is the transcript of Obama's speech.

rse

numbskulls is one of those words that should only be spoken, in anger, but never put in print.

Excuse me Anduril, whomever you presume yourself to be, it is certainly not courteous.

What good is being bright and well read if you have such contempt for the people you want to interact with.

Ignatz

--I wonder if having a common enemy will strengthen Israeli/KSA ties?--

Seems to be strenghtening Leo's and anduril's.

Mark Folkestad

Heh! Great line, Ignatz.

Ignatz

--I would much prefer a substantive exchange, simply because I think this issue is so important.--

Virtually the only time you have engaged in what can be described as a substantive exchange is occasionally on economic matters when you briefly experience the transient humility that you do not possess the all seeing eye.
The rest of the time, particularly on the issue at hand, you drone on and on, contemptuously bloviating to the extent that when I see the name anduril I now immediately visualize this guy:

bunkerbuster

Jimmy asks: ``1. Who starts off a negotiation with having one side make an enormous concession, with all other issues still to be determined?''
Concessions indeed. No one in the Obama administration is suggesting Israel should concede anything. Rather, the idea is that Israel accept the premise that the maintenance of its colonies cannot be a pre-condition to negotiations. The talks must be based on the idea that the occupied territories are exactly that, not de facto provinces of a Greater Israel that must be accepted by Palestinians as a pre-condition.
Israel has always demanded that Palestinians renounce their right to self-defense as a condition of negotiations. Moreover, Israel has consistently refused to recognize Palestine's right to exist, while Palestinians have merely been duplicitous about recognizing Israel's. Moreover, Palestinians have never made such recognition a pre-condition to negotiations, whereas Israel has.
At various times, Israel has demanded pre-conditions including total unilateral disarmament, surrender of the right to claim Jerusalem as the capital of Palestine and surrender of the rights of refugees to their property and nationality. Israel has also steadfastly refused to negotiate anything on any terms with the democratically elected representatives of Palestine because they are from the Hamas party.
As a matter of historical fact, the Palestinian side has always been far more willing to negotiate than Israel. After all, Israel has a lot to lose from negotiating rather than relying on its vast military superiority , while the Palestinians have almost nothing to lose, given their military weakness.

RichatUF

from the speech...

The West was blamed as the source of all ills, a half-century after the end of colonialism. Antagonism toward Israel became the only acceptable outlet for political expression.

BUT...

For decades, the conflict between Israelis and Arabs has cast a shadow over the region...this conflict has come with a larger cost to the Middle East, as it impedes partnerships that could bring greater security and prosperity and empowerment to ordinary people.

Rick Ballard

Ignatz,

That's odd - I always visualize someone with very short arms who blames missing the brass ring at every pass on a Zionist conspiracy...

clarice

I do hope Frau can explain what a teutonic shift is.
Maybe it's a Valkyrie chemise.

RichatUF

And there is bunkerbuster chiming in with the CW. Nice.

narciso

I think either Statler or Waldorf, the two grouchy critics, from the balcony on the Muppet show.

Truncated Truth

." Rather, the idea is that Israel accept the premise that the maintenance of its colonies cannot be a pre-condition to negotiations. The talks must be based on the idea that the occupied territories are exactly that, not de facto provinces of a Greater Israel that must be accepted by Palestinians as a pre-condition."

Well put.......

"Israel has a lot to lose from negotiating rather than relying on its vast military superiority ,"

BiBi was not as Icelandic as usual in his response to Obama. I think he will arrive; Hat in Hand to assure future 'handouts',

Truncated Truth

BB;

You do realize that, anything short of complete capitulation to Israel, is anti-semitic,

Just sayin'

yup, it's me cleo

Sorry, guys. Just angry that getting jacked up and going to the mall to vomit on strangers and kick six-year-olds doesn't alleviate the loneliness and self-loathing.

Maybe if I take more of these. Can't hurt, stomach pumping is free if you're on SSDI/Medicaid.

yup, it's me cleo

I must explain: One of the only ways I get a feeling of self worth is when I criticize Israel for existing. It lasts exactly four minutes, but what the hell.

The other way is when I'm broke and my pusher fronts me a baggy of percocets instead of making me pay in kind. I kind of tear up a little. Like I'm a person for once and someone treats me like a person.

dk70

Happy Unity Accord Hamas and Fatah.

Hope you enjoy this present.

Your Friend and Ally President Obama.

Captain Hate

So the word has gone out to the bots to refer to the settlements as "colonies". I'm not sure if Orwell would be amused or vomiting uncontrollably.

narciso

In the samw way that San Antonio and other enclaves were settlements, back in his young
radical phase, Walter Russell Mead, called the US, Australia, and Israel, all settler states, and there is a certain commonality there.

Dave (in MA)
Is Anduril Catholic?
Does BuBu shit in the woods?
RichatUF

Feels like 1999 all over again.

Truncated Truth

"US, Australia, and Israel, all settler states, and there is a certain commonality there."

I think the Apache, Sioux and Aborigines have a lot in common with the Palestinians,

Rick Ballard

Should we measure the actual value of the speech by George Mitchell's reaction to the sneak preview? Should Michell have waited until BOzo beclowned himself, once again, before giving him the single finger salute?

clarice

Interesting, narciso. It is my observation that in LATAM there is only one settler state, Costa Rica, the others being places where Europeans (largely from Spain) swooped in to siphon off the riches of the land and take them home.

Interestingly, Costa Rica has the strongest democratic tradition in the area.

Captain Hate

Mitchell was a fool to think he could accomplish anything positive. Even Slick, after stacking the deck by having his operatives blatantly interfere in the elections in another country and installing their Petain, owned up that Arafat torpedoed his great supermarket sweepstakes giveaway.

yup, it's me cleo

I have disgust for brown-skinned people, especially Arabs. But if I champion their cause against rich white guys, then for a moment the feeling goes away and I'm like a real person for a while. For a little while, on the blogs, I'm not a racist but a real person.

Then when I see one on the street the feeling comes back. So I go buy a flask.

Melinda Romanoff

Rick-

Loved the brass ring toss!

Rocco

“We shall not enter Palestine with its soil covered in sand, we shall enter it with its soil saturated in blood."

Nasser, March 8, 1965

Howard Sachar, A History of Israel: From the Rise of Zionism to Our Time, (NY: Alfred A. Knopf, 1979), p. 616.

To date, approximately 94 percent of the territories Israel has won in it's defensive war has been given back. Not "occupied," WON!

centralcal

It is really too bad there isn't a Grease Monkey app, and narcisolator add-on for iPad.

Sick puppy will never get well, nor be well, until he recognizes how very sick he is. Meds are our friends (h/t AB).

In the meantime, without remedial medication, it is rather useless to even interact with the poor sick thing.

Rocco

Oh and Happy Independence Day Israel!

President Obama

clarice

The NYT is reporting Iran had a hand in 9/11:

"Two defectors from Iran’s intelligence service have testified that Iranian officials had “foreknowledge of the 9/11 attacks,” according to a court filing Thursday in a federal lawsuit in Manhattan that seeks damages for Iran’s “direct support for, and sponsorship of, the most deadly act of terrorism in American history.”

One of the defectors also claimed that Iran was involved in planning the attacks, the filing said. The defectors’ identities and testimony were not revealed in the filing but were being submitted to a judge under seal, said lawyers who brought the original suit against Iran on behalf of families of dozens of 9/11 victims.

The suit’s allegation that Iran had foreknowledge of the attacks is hard to assess fully, given that the defectors’ testimony is being filed under seal.

The suit contends that Iran and Hezbollah, the Lebanese militant organization with close ties to Tehran, helped Al Qaeda in planning the attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, and in facilitating the hijackers’ training and travel. After the attacks, the suit contends, Iran and Hezbollah helped Qaeda operatives escape, providing some with a safe haven in Iran."

http://www.nytimes.com/2011/05/20/world/middleeast/20terror.html?_r=1

Ledeen has been saying this forever.

Of course, in the upper echelons of foggy bottom they still hold on to the nonsense that shiites and Sunnis would never work together.

Why that would be like Hitler and Stalin linking arms.

Janet

Some nice news...
Track Palin has married his high school sweetheart.

Captain Hate

Newt continues on his quest to be the Repuke Silky Pony of 2011: No sex (For the love of God; Nooooooooooo) but lots and lots of stoopid and self-beclowning.

Jan

Anduril:

"(The General Assembly) Resolves that the refugees wishing to return to their homes and live at peace with their neighbours should be permitted to do so at the earliest practicable date,"

True, and about 100,000 returned. The rest stayed awayed for the UN welfare and they did not want to live under Jews.

I went to your links--how come you people always say you are "smart" you seem dumb to me. And foolish and arrogant and worst of all for you, pseudo-intellectual.

This idea to "blame" Netanyahu sounds like monomanical crankdom bordering on anti-semitism of the perpetual blame kind.

narciso

Yes this denial that Ryan was the subject of his 'right wing social engineering' and 'goggles they do nothing'

Danube of Thought

numbskulls is one of those words that should only be spoken, in anger, but never put in print

It's also a word that, when put in print by literate people, is actually "numskulls," but the pedantic fool would have no way of knowing that.

clarice

The world wants to know--Did Track get andrew Sullivan's Blessing?

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