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Thursday, February 26, 2015

Probably inevitable: J Street Jan will skip Netanyahu speech

Representative Jan Schakowsky (D-Il) has announced that she will skip Prime Minister Netanyahu's address to a joint session of Congress next Tuesday. And she still has the gall to describe herself as an 'Israel supporter.'

I suspect that having seen one member after another of the Congressional Black Caucus announce that they will boycott Netanyahu, we will now see one recipient of J Street's Soros money after another announce that they too will boycott.

Honestly, I'm not convinced that it matters anymore who shows up and who doesn't. The real point of this speech has become for Netanyahu to be able to speak directly to the American people. It's something that both Barack Obama and Bill Clinton have done to hand-picked audiences of Israelis. Funny how no one objected then.

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At 2:28 PM, Blogger Sunlight said...

I'm hoping for clear speaking... it will be recorded and sent out over the internet.

And you wonder why Soros is paying for the nationalization of the Internet through overreaching FCC rules. Just like the Gaia Green $lu$h Fraudsters, the Internet "Entrepreneurs" will have to do what the Obama/Clinton/Kerry Posse say, or lose the platform that has launched endless salaries for ordinary people. We're going back to the Hippy days of Vietnam, when the general public only knew what the Democrat-Media Complex decided to let them know, with disastrous results. None of this is good for Israel, but a bunch of Israelis are right in there with these Democrats trashing the American economic system and free speech, without being called out by name to inveigh on them to STOP.

At 2:40 PM, Blogger Sunlight said...

Note: $ugarDaddy Google is in there advocating for Govt seizure of the Internet. Don't be Evil (they used to say... but no more). Israel, you will not be able to get ANY message or facts out there without the free internet. HELLO!

Tom Wheeler tweaks net neutrality plan after Google push

Read more: http://www.politico.com/story/2015/02/fcc-chairman-tom-wheeler-net-neutrality-plan-google-115502.html#ixzz3Sr1dsAY6


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