Who should we trust in the Middle East? NO ONE!

This is a very revealing video. I don’t know why we waste our freaking time and treasure in that part of the world.



14 comments ↓

#1 Helga on 08.20.10 at 12:08 am

When Netanyahu was prime minister in 1996, Gary Burbank at WLW in Cinci used to call him Nuttinbutayahoo. He was correct then and it still holds true.

#2 l3wis on 08.20.10 at 3:53 am

I was surprised he was talking so freely about it, right in front of a kid.

#3 Plaintiff Guy on 08.20.10 at 7:39 am

From his signals and body language, I suspect this is the real Netanyahu.

The US should be present in the middle east but only with respect for an allied relationship and suppression of nuclear arms. Continually pumping money into the region makes us a big sucker they’ll certainly take advantage of.

Here’s how stupid we are:
There’s going to be a “Muslim Shrine” at the World Trade Center. It’ll look like a shrine at first but they’ll transform it into a monument (on our soil) dedicated to how they beat the #1 world power with a dozen terrorists and 2 airplanes.

#4 l3wis on 08.20.10 at 10:20 am

As far as I am concerned the Zionists are just as dangerous as the extremist Muslims.

#5 Costner on 08.20.10 at 3:42 pm

So PG… we are stupid for having a constitution which specifically states the government won’t limit freedom of religion?

I respectfully disagree.

#6 Sy on 08.20.10 at 8:41 pm

They (like we) are free to practice their (& our) religion just about any where and any way they like.

That being said, the mosque near ground zero should be relocated. If it isn’t meant as a relgious and or political statement, than it shouldn’t matter where it’s built. It’s not like there’s a huge population of underserved Muslims in lower Manhatten. Just like I have freedom of speech, but that doesn’t mean I can/should be allowed to scream “fire” in a movie theater.

and DL, when and where exactly was the last time the “Zionists” took up arms against this country?

#7 l3wis on 08.20.10 at 8:45 pm

Why would they? They have families and investments here.

#8 l3wis on 08.20.10 at 8:46 pm

I was talking about them sticking the hornet’s nest in the middle east.

#9 John2 on 08.21.10 at 5:11 pm

We’d be safer if all Catholic churches were forced to move a mile from all play grounds and schools. It’s just too soon.

#10 l3wis on 08.22.10 at 6:35 pm

Didn’t Jon Stewart have a joke about that the other night?

#11 Costner on 08.23.10 at 9:44 am

Well said John – that just shows how idiotic this whole debate is.

First of all, it wasn’t Islam that flew planes into the twin towers… it was 14 men who claimed they were religious.

So basically if we don’t allow a mosque to be built near ground zero, I guess we shouldn’t allow any Christian churches to be built near abortion clinics, because Christians always seem to be behind abortion clinic bombings.

Yes that sounds stupid and the logic is faulty, but it is the same thing people are saying about this Mosque.

So if they can’t built it where they are proposing, where can they build it? Is there a five block radius around ground zero that no mosque can be built within? How about 10 blocks? Maybe 15?

So what about timing… since it has been almost 9 years since the attack, do we need to wait until 12 years before allowing a mosque? How about 15 years? Would 20 years be better?

Hey – all of those terrorists also had dark skin, so should we ban everyone with dark skin from being within 1000 feet of ground zero?

There is no reasonable justification to try and prevent them from building a mosque near ground zero. Slice it any way you wish, but the only argument anyone can come up with is based upon the assumption all Muslims are guilty of terrorism, and that just doesn’t mirror reality.

#12 l3wis on 08.23.10 at 11:04 am

You have to remember to they are Sufi Muslims, despised by Alqueda.

#13 Ghost of Dude on 08.23.10 at 1:05 pm

Sunni. AQ was founded by a Wahabi Muslim from Saudi Arabia.
Wahabis are kind of like the Dutch Reformed fundies of the Muslim world. Very literal in their scriptural interpretation.

#14 l3wis on 08.23.10 at 9:32 pm

Nope. Sufi.

http://crooksandliars.com/nicole-belle/fareed-zakaria-gps-al-qaeda-vs-islam