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Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Ron Paul: Israel created Hamas, US created al-Qaeda

If God forbid this guy ever becomes President of the United States.... This is from a statement on the House floor during Operation Cast Lead (anyone recognize the Congresswoman who gives him the floor?).

Let's go to the videotape.

Does America need a third political party? It will if people like Ron Paul take over the Republican party.


At 11:15 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

There are moonbats in both parties. The West did not create Islamist movements. We can only hope the Ron Paul delusion doesn't become the signpost of American foreign policy for the rest of this century.

At 11:20 PM, Blogger Lois Koenig said...

Just the mere thought of Ron Paul is enough to induce severe nausea.

He is a Jew hater of the worst kind, as you know, and an enemy of Israel, as this post proves.

I cannot see his even being nominated, but after seeing Barack HUSSEIN Obama take office, it seems anything is possible.

To me, Paul is a nut job, but he has not yet faded into oblivion.

I think that the Republicans will disown him as they must if they really want to win back the White House. I feel that he is an embarrassment to the party, and to the USA.

I could not vote for him, even if he was running unapposed.

At 11:36 PM, Blogger A Soldier's Mother said...

Hamas was created by Israel...and they elected this man???

Okay...I now have YET ANOTHER reason why I am really glad I live in Israel and if anyone reading this lives in Texas...I have to tell you we have some wonderful apartments in my city that are well worth renting. Get on the next plane NOW!

At 1:43 AM, Blogger ANGRY FOR GOD said...

Gosh, I dont know who that is. Ron Paul HATES Israel, his followers HATE Jewish people to the MAX.
He is all over Stormfront as well as Alex Jones. But even on his worst day, he is better than Hussein.
Face it, we ARE DOOMED. People here in America cannot see that this is an EVIL, wicked ruler that has taken over.
That's my site. There is so much anti-semitism here in America that the people I fear for the MOST, are right wing-Jewish people.

At 12:57 PM, Blogger Alpha3958 said...

The woman at the beginning is Ileana Ros-Lehtinen.

At 7:23 PM, Blogger Shimshon said...

You guys are pathetic. I live in Israel, in the "territories" even, and not only do I support Ron Paul, I actually donated to his presidential campaign...TWICE.

I have read and seen too many interviews and statements of his to believe he has a single anti-semitic bone in his body. Yes, he has said some things that sound questionable, but more from a lack of ignorance, I believe.

Compare his positions vis a vis America and Israel to Moshe Feiglin (someone else I support) and tell me how they differ in quality regarding Israeli sovereignty and freedom of action? He supports ending American aid to Israel (so does Feiglin). He also would prefer America stay out of Mideast conflicts (so does Feiglin).

He is on record as supporting Israeli freedom of action regarding Iran (I saw at least one interview live).

When the entire Federal government, from Reagan on down, condemned Israel's destruction of the Osirak reactor in Iraq, Paul went out on limb, and vehemently supported Israel's right to pursue its own defense policy. He owed nothing to the Israel lobby and had nothing to gain by such a gesture.

At 7:26 PM, Blogger Shimshon said...

Finally, to the subject at hand, America did fund the mujahedin in Afghanistan, which included Osama bin Laden, and had a role, even if indirect, in the creation of al Qaeda.

As well, I've read for decades how Israel helped nurture Hamas to act as a counterweight to the PLO. This is not news, except to ignorant reactionary Jews who can't differentiate between fact and anti-semitism.

At 5:38 AM, Blogger Lydia McGrew said...

Just as a factual matter: America does need a third party. For that matter, it wouldn't hurt if we had _several_ more parties. But unfortunately whenever a conservative third party arises, it seems to attract more rather than less of the Ron Paul types. Ron Paul's natural home is a third party, not the Republican party. If he weren't a long-time incumbent he could never get elected in the Republican party today. So on that score, you needn't worry. On the other hand, some of us who wish for a viable more-conservative third party also wish such groups didn't attract the Paul types so much and that we could have a clearly pro-Israel third party.


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