I do not call myself a republican or a democrat nor a conservative or a liberal. I think that anyone that specifically has to fall into one and only one category is doing it more for the feeling of a community then for actual opinion. However I do lean more towards conservative objectives on social issues (Its not easy being a new yorker). Here are my realistic views of political hypocrites and their agendas.

Thursday, May 15, 2008

The Jewish Conspiracy

I drive a large part of my day, which is arguably my most favorite part (even though I always rush to get it over with) because I get to relax and listen to whatever I want on the radio (As I otherwise am forced to listed to Curious George CD’s by my son or techno music by my husband) I usually listen to a mix of Z100’s morning zoo, CNN and Fox (thank you husband for satellite radio).

So today I happened to have been listening to CNN when a “CNN breaking news” story came out. Those always make me happy.

Today the story was about the Obama camp getting mighty peeved with President Bush regarding something he supposedly said in Israel about Barack Obama (but without actually saying Barack Obama, instead saying “some" people).

Going back a little, here is what PB (President Bush) did say:

"Some seem to believe we should negotiate with terrorists and radicals, as if some ingenious argument will persuade them they have been wrong all along…We have heard this foolish delusion before …As Nazi tanks crossed into Poland in 1939, an American senator declared: 'Lord, if only I could have talked to Hitler, all of this might have been avoided.' We have an obligation to call this what it is — the false comfort of appeasement, which has been repeatedly discredited by history."

If you go on CNN now (11:53) on Thursday, May 15, 2008 news is swarming of this, and they already had numerous guests come out and say that this is wrong and unjust for PB to unfairly attack B.O.

Here is where this doesn’t make any sense for me.

1. He didn’t refer directly to B.O. More then one disillusioned fool has shared B.O’s view on this. (As B.O’s perpetrators, I mean fellow democrats, are quick to point to PB’s defense secretary saying something, that when you misquote it, can be construed as similar.)

2. Obviously this is B.O’s view. Since this is obviously your view, why get upset?

In all seriousness, Barack Obama does not share most of his views on politics and the world. His speeches are inspiring, but in essence empty. The one (of very few) things B.O has made clear is that his response on the Iran problem would be one of “discussions” (and yes, appeasement – removing trade sanctions, etc).

This probably wont be the only reference to Barack's policies and the history involving Hitler in the same context. The two of them have one very important thing in common, both of them have expressed (though, giving credit to Barack, B.O's policies are less distasteful) their anti-Jewish agenda (read the first post for B.O's anti-Jewish agenda) before actually becoming national leaders. Another very important similarity is that even with B.O's policies out in the open, Jews are still voting for him en mass. Where is this Jewish conspiracy that I hear so much about?

Jewish people, invite me in to your secret meetings so we can talk and not have history repeat itself again!

1 comment:

Maggie M. Thornton said...

I don't understand the Jewish voters either. There was a small hope after 9/11 but it quickly vanished.

The best answer I get from my Jewish friends is that Jews have always been Democrats.

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