Cant believe what i read and hear - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Avi
    • 17.08.07 | 17:29 (IDT)

    What do they feed you people on the left? Just like the left in America- why do you hate yourselves? Why must you blame us for the bad guys? How does that make sense? When you watch a movie- do you feel bad for the bad guys? When you watch Bruce Willis in Die Hard- do you say," Those terrorists just killed all those people because they are treated harshly"? Do you root against Bruce Willis? Then why in real life do you act this way? When you watch a movie- you know the bad guys( you know people like terrorists), yet in real life you blame your own government for them being bad. Let me ask you since you make excuses for terroists- is there anything that would make YOU go into a market with kids and blow it up? UMMM, i hope not because that would make you BAD. No excuse- just BAD. And you want to reward the bad guys? I wonder what type of movie you would make. I sure wouldnt want to see it. G-d Bless Israel. G-d bless America.

    from the article: In the role of party pooper
    First published 00:00 17.08.07 | Last updated 00:00 17.08.07
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