Neocons and AIPAC both want war– but AIPAC has the Dems

Neocons and AIPAC both want war– but AIPAC has the Dems

Neocon Warmongers:

Russia says action on Syria, Iran may go nuclear
‘US neo-cons seek war on Syria, Iran’
Israel lobby pushing Syrian regime change to weaken Iran:


Ron Paul is America’s last hope!

One Response to “Neocons and AIPAC both want war– but AIPAC has the Dems”

  • Daiana says:

    so two months ago at the heghit of a scandal over Netanyahu’s overseas travels.Asked who was more fit to be prime minister, 49% said Netanyahu and 31% said Kadima head Tzipi Livni.When compared with Labor chairmanship candidate Amram Mitzna, Netanyahu had the support of 59% and Mitzna just 20%. Note the difference between the English and Hebrew editions of Haaretz:The English edition elaborated near a picture of Obama that “69% say Obama is fair and friendly.”The English edition of the newspaper contained no graphics distributing the actual numbers, either online or in print. The newspaper’s Hebrew edition, however, included a graphic indicating that just 18% of respondents considered Obama “friendly” toward Israel, 3 percentage points fewer than the 21% who called the US president “hostile” to the Jewish state. Ten percent did not know, and 51% defined Obama’s approach to Israel using the Hebrew word “inyani,” which can be translated as matter-of-fact or businesslike but not as fair. A Jerusalem Post poll said this: Just 9 percent of Jewish Israelis think US President Barack Obama’s administration is more pro-Israel than pro-Palestinian, according to a Smith Research poll taken this week on behalf of The Jerusalem Post.Forty-eight percent said that the Obama presidency favored the Palestinian side, 30% said his administration was neutral and 13% chose not to express an opinion for the survey, which has a margin of error of 4.5 percentage points. A CNN poll showed the 44% of the American people believed was an ally and 38% that it was friendly. In 2001, the numbers were 32% and 40%. What Netanyahu on our soil did is not what an ally would do. American sympathies for Israel vs. the Palestinians are at 67%/16%, a record high since 1988. I don’t know what that Democratic analyst was smoking but I want some. The J Street crowd may show great indignation about how President Obama is treated by the Republicans vis-a-vis Israel but their refusal to be more critical of Israel contributes to undermining him. Living in a more red-state area I’ve seen the PM’s visit help undercut what positive effect that killing bin Laden would have and get right back to the scary, black, Kenyan, Unamerican, Muslim meme.

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