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    • jsq
    • 10.08.10 | 10:49 (IDT)

    Thank G-d for the USA. As opposed to Europe which has no moral bearings and sells its soul for market access in Arabia and (a seld delusional) quiet amongst its growing islamo fascist residents, the USA remians the one true bulwark or simple honesty and self respect in the West. These congressmen know that the lebanese army is now totally coordinated with the Hizbulla terrorists. The congressmen have the integrity to look at the facts and deal with them as they really are and not as the Obama administration really really really wants them to be. Same with the Turkish premeditated provocation of the Marmara terror ship which came with weapons and deadly intent to illegally breach a legal blockade of a hostile terrorist controlled Gaza. If not for the congress and the 10's of millions of Zionist Christians in the USA, there would be no westerner left with any integrity or morality. Straightforward old fashioned "Yankee" honesty is the greatness of America. We love em.

    from the article: U.S. lawmakers block money for Lebanon's army after border clash
    First published 04:29 10.08.10 | Last updated 04:29 10.08.10
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