Religion of Peace blows up two more hotels: Indonesia again, but don’t worry—it’s just a tiny minority of extremists doing all the kabooms.
Palestinians answer Hillary’s request with a kassam rocket: Looks like Hillary’s plea to the Palestinians to refrain from any actions that would make peace more difficult is working. The Palestinians launched a kassam at Southern Israel, because now they’re going to blame Israel for taking action against it. And considering that Netanyahu has stated that he will not tolerate so much as a dribble, expect some tunnels to go boom.
Israel wants UNIFIL to do what? Israel is asking for UNIFIL’s report on the rocket storage depot in southern Lebanon that blew up this week. UNIFIL doesn’t so much as mention the explosion on its site. Ban Ki-Moon hasn’t said anything about the violation of UN Security Council Resolution 1701. The General Assembly is not calling for an emergency session to vote on a resolution condemning Hezbollah’s overt violation of 1701. And the Security Council is silent. What’s that you say? It’s a day that ends with a “y,” so it’s Israeli Double Standard Time? Well. I can see you’ve been reading this blog for a long time.
Syria to U.S.: We want the entire Golan. Meryl to Syria [singing]: You can’t always get what you want.
Neturei Karta guarantee their place in Dante’s Seventh Circle: Okay, not really, but it’s a good metaphor, because any Jew that works so hard for Israel’s enemies—they’re meeting Haniyeh, now, and bringing him little statues of Al Aqsa and the Dome of the Mosque, how sweet—cannot possibly be on G-d’s good side. Really, I detest these people more than I detest almost anyone else in the world, except pedophiles. And even that one is a close call. I know there’s no hell in Judaism, but for the Nutty Karta, I’d make an exception.
Senate votes big expansion of federal hate crimes—Can we get a Constitutional challenge, please? Then again, forget about it. Sotomayor is going to be approved, no way is the Supreme Court going to find hate crime laws unconstitutional. Add this to the list of things I’ve changed my mind about since moving to Virginia: I no longer believe hate crimes should be legislated, at all. A crime is a crime is a crime.
Jake Tapper, will you marry me? If the man continues to tell the truth about Obama, I’m simply going to have to have him.
At a rally in Holmdel, New Jersey, today, President Obama continued making a promise about health care reform that he has acknowledged isnâ€™t literally true.
Holmdel. Feh. Where was he, in the Garden State Arts Center? Whoops, sorry, they changed its name to the PNC Arts Center. And yes, he was. You know, I saw a much better act last time I was there. Lilith Fair. The Pretenders, Sarah McLachlan, Sheryl Crow. All of whom probably voted for Obama, come to think of it (except McLachlan, she’s Canadian). But I digress. Tapper:
â€œLet me be exactly clear about what health care reform means to you,â€ the president told residents of the Garden State. â€œFirst of all, if youâ€™ve got health insurance, you like your doctors, you like your plan, you can keep your doctor, you can keep your plan. Nobody is talking about taking that away from you.â€
But last month, as the president acknowledged during a press conference, he doesnâ€™t literally mean that you are guaranteed to be able to keep your health care plan, and your doctor, if and when health care reform passes.
What? Obama lying again? Say it isn’t so! As for the price tag? Go watch Tapper’s report.
Don’t let him succeed. Call your Senator.