What "God?" And it sounds like you're guilty of treason! - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Uncommon American
    • 02.10.13 | 22:47 (IDT)

    1) There is no such thing as "God." The Bible was written by a group of misogynists 45 minutes after they discovered the mushrooms, and is not valid in the 21st Century. 2) Elected a Pharaoh to lead? Wow, just how disgraceful can you be! Romney would've been a billion times worse. I am disappointed that Obama has continued the Israel apologism in the UN, and continued some of the Bush policies I'd hoped he'd get rid of, but he's still better than the rat that the war criminal Netanyahoo and his treasonous buddy Adelson tried to get into the White House. And speaking of treason, your post sounds very much like you're guilty of it, as well. You seem to be more loyal soon-to-be apartheid Israel than to the United States of America!

    from the article: At UN, Netanyahu spoke to a world that refused to listen
    First published 05:00 02.10.13 | Last updated 01:42 02.10.13
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