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Tuesday, January 17, 2012

The Bottom Line, Do The Republicans Want to Win and Does The Israeli Government Want to Defeat the Arab Terrorists?

As a high school EFL English Teacher, one of the things I've had to teach has been how to find the main idea of a passage and how to summarize.  These are related skills too often ignored.

Too many people get lost in the maze, see the trees, not the forest and don't quite know where they should be going and how to get there.

Four years ago, in the United States, I had the distinct impression that the Republican leaders, the Bush dynasty fans/workers, were ambivalent at best about the McCain-Palin ticket.  That's one of the main reasons why it did so poorly in the elections against Obama.  I wonder if the Republican Party has learned its lesson.  At this point, they should be working harder at supporting one candidate and a suitable running mate who will run against Obama, rather than still fighting each other.

It reminds me too much of how the Israeli Government refuses to recognize the dangers we're in from Arab terrorism.  Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu  continues with his quest at any cost for peace with the Arabs.  Here and there he'll say something true about the Arabs' intentions, but then he returns to the mind-numbing mantra about the possibility  of a "...chance for peace...."

Unfortunately, we have a Defense Minister, Ehud Barak, who is investing more time fighting Jewish patriots than Arab terrorists.  There is no excuse for this!  Would he and Bibi dare to attack Arabs the way he attacks innocent Jewish families living in Judea and Samaria?

These policies only weaken us, especially in front of our Arab enemies whose aim is to destroy us.

The government also prosecutes Israelis, civilians and soldiers who stand up for their rights.

We shouldn't care about what the world says and thinks. They don't care about us.  The bottom line is that we must do what's best for Israeli security and not follow the rule (perverse morality) of the Left.


Miriam said...

Excellent Post! Our government MUST stand up tall and say "we the Government of Israel will act in the best interest of all Israeli citizens. Those living in Yehuda and Shomron are tax paying Israeli citizens and will not be up rooted because this is what YOU the world wants."
Both Bibi and Barak must be replaced with people who really care more about our country and not their own EGO.

Batya said...

Miriam, thanks. I wish I was wrong.