Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Is it enough for GOP to be the party of "No"?

Is it enough for the GOP to be the party of "No"?
If you ask my opinion - no, not even close. GOP should become the party of "Hell, No!" or even "Why are you even bothering me with this crazy bullsh*t?!" I would not object, if GOP utilizes McAuliffe's reply to the Nazi hordes during the battle of the Bulge "Nuts!"

Obama slams Israel over her attempt to protect sacred Jewish sites - no one is surprised
Israeli government designating two shrines, Cave of the Patriarchs  and Tomb of the Biblical Matriarch Rachel in Judea and Samaria (commonly known as West Bank of River Jordan) as Israeli national heritage sites. Obama administration was not amused, and the "State Department spokesman Mark Toner said the administration viewed the move as provocative and unhelpful to the goal of getting the two sides back to the table." It's a bit difficult to understand why Obama administration hates the Jewish Holy sites and why their protection would be a provocation to the Moslems. Does he thing that Moslems have to destroy all Jewish Holy sites as condition of their religion?

Moreover, it's not like Israel had no reason to be wary of Moslem attacks on Jewish Holy sites. When the Moslem terrorists were destroying the Jewish Holy sites, the entire world was silent. But now, when the Jews are trying to defend them - Obama calls it "provocation". I am curious why this cannot be classified as "anti-semitism"?

Van Jones will be teaching in Princeton - as if it needs another ignorant marxist

According to worldnetdaily: "Princeton today announced Jones has been appointed a visiting fellow in the Center for African American Studies and the Program in Science, Technology and Environmental Policy at the university's Wilson School. Noliwe Rooks, associate director of the Center for African American Studies, told the Daily Princetonian Jones will also conduct research and host discussions on such subjects as "the next phase of green jobs, environmental policy [and] environmental justice."

Van Jones has no credentials in science, environment or technology. His appointment in Princeton proves once again that Princeton program in "Science, Technology and Environmental Policy" has absolutely nothing to do with Science, Technology and Environment - but everything with left-wing propaganda.

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