AMTV News: Did the DNC Boo ‘God’ or a National Disaster?
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Did the Dems Boo ‘God’ or a ‘Disaster?’
Conservatives have quite literally been handed political points on a silver platter. They will avail themselves of three simultaneous arguments all of which are entirely emotional and wholly fallacious – nevertheless they’re going to pay dividends on the campaign trail.
First was that ‘God’ was outright rejected from the DNC when the previous video clearly showed a more pressing issue – that of injecting American Judeo-Christian bias into a wholly foreign and Israeli/Palestinian effort for long-term coexistence. A plan, which may include the division of the Holy City of Jerusalem first to succeed, but which is precluded from happening – by a defunct three-decade-old agreement and the amendment introduced – until all other negotiations have been completed
Two, that Democrats want to somehow see Israel dismantled rather than mitigate its potency within American foreign policy.
“The nation which indulges toward another an habitual hatred or an habitual fondness is in some degree a slave…sufficient to lead it astray from its duty and its interest.” – George Washington (1796)
And three, that that their clear division is a sign of weakness on the subject of Israel rather than a sign of healthful debate. An argument with, which the GOP elite were keen on eliminating in the future after party rule changes consolidated control over the allocation of delegates, changes which libertarians within the Republican party see as an attempt to silence and stymie the chances of men like Ron Paul from ever questioning Republican orthodoxy again.
“…history and experience prove that foreign influence is one of the most baneful foes of republican governement…Real patriots, who may resist the intrigues of the favorite [country] are liable to become suspect and odious, while its tools and dupes usurp the applause and confidence of the people to surrender their interests.” – George Washington (1796)
Sean Hannity yesterday bared his most insightful and brazen admission: “America is in decline,” however what the wildly popular conservative and rabidly pro-Israel radio show host forgot to mention was it has nothing to do with Israel. Even if Israel is “wiped off the map” as he is so fond of browbeating his audience with it has nothing to do with our 16 trillion dollar debt, the decline of the dollar and the commensurate rise in the cost of living.
It has nothing to do with the Federal Reserve guaranteeing trillions of dollars to foreign banks or with our profligate spending on our current crumbling entitlement superstructure, which promises to sap competitiveness out of the very marrow of our nation. It has nothing to do with rising health care costs or the centralization of healthcare itself.
Israel has nothing to do with the world wide obsession with ever larger systems of governance and it has absolutely nothing to do with our corrupt labor leaders piling up unsustainable pension programs and Wall Street barons, which at every turn manipulate markets world wide. When and if they are unsuccessful both regularly are bailed out.
While many of the Democrats in the audience have a scant idea of what to do about creating jobs, elated to prop up their four trillion dollar president at least half of them have the sense to focus their attention on matters at home. If the Israeli leadership over the last year keep their promise and strike Iran men like Mitt Romney will be more than happy to stand with Israel and bail them out too – all at our expense. Frankly, we can’t afford any of it anymore.