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It Could Get Worse... a Whole Lot Worse

Reader comment on: Mounting Israeli Frustration Over Lack of Missile Defense
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Submitted by Rubicon (United States), Mar 30, 2009 14:16

The new American President many in the world cheered, has now told us today, he will honor automakers warranties.

His priorities, understanding of the business world, & ability to lay blame on us, shows me Israel better be ready to defend herself because it now looks like we here will be busy trying to save our own nation from idiots dedicated to an insane utopian idea of one world government. Imagine if you can, Islamists agreeing to that!?! What a joke. Only if they can enforce Sharia on all of us would they even begin to talk & even then, we would have to commit ourselves to reversal of all civil rights for women, burning down all places of non-Islamic worship, etc.

And here many thought only Israel was in trouble!


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tough nut to crack [101 words]

Phil 

Mar 30, 2009 12:27

Wishful Thinking [359 words]

Rubicon 

Mar 30, 2009 09:54

  Mounting Israeli Frustration over Lack of Missile Defense [131 words]

Debbie 

Mar 30, 2009 10:23

  ⇒ It Could Get Worse... a Whole Lot Worse [131 words]

Rubicon 

Mar 30, 2009 14:16

  Agree, It could and will get alot worse. Obama has just scratched the surface. [206 words]

Debbie 

Mar 31, 2009 17:14

  It Goes On & On & On & On..... [244 words]

Rubicon 

Mar 31, 2009 18:32

  It goes on and on and on- I share your frustration and hunger for truth and justice. [79 words]

Debbie 

Mar 31, 2009 22:34

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