Jeff Danziger for February 26, 2024

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    old1953  4 months ago

    AIPAC is a gathering of the craziest of the crazy. And they all act crazier than they are to impress each other.

    AIPAC takes it as a given that America would not only survive WWIII but would thrive, especially since those nasty East and West coast cities would be gone.

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    Call me Ishmael  4 months ago

    Israel, as awful as it is, is a sideshow. If we don’t save Ukraine, we will be considered a second class power.Europe’s nuclear arsenal does not compare with Russia’s. And our chances of saving Ukraine are rapidly diminishing.

    The South Carolina Republican primary is NOT a hopeful sign, either. Things were going so well – until Monica Lewinsky snapped her thong…

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    Grandma Lea  4 months ago

    Weren’t the parents of aipac supporters of irgun, lehi, and haganah have been murdering Palestinians since the 1940s, and to taunt them some groups decorated their vehicles with the heads of children and babies to entice the Palestinians they were attacking to counter attack their superior weapons; taking sides in the middle east is about as smart as following the advice of the French on stabilizing Indochina!

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    Escapee  4 months ago

    Make those morons go to the front lines and see how long their BS clamoring lasts.

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    ncorgbl  4 months ago

    AIPAC takes it’s orders from Netanyahu who is the reason this war came. Biden is pressuring Netanyahu who refuses to budge. The Israeli people no longer support Netanyahu. Our congress knows this.

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    rekam Premium Member 4 months ago

    acorgbi, Wrong! This war came because HAMAS massacred Israeli mothers and children.

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    cherns Premium Member 4 months ago

    I remember a time when the hard-liner Begin was running Israel, and AIPAC’s line was, “We in the diaspora can’t really appreciate the forces facing Israel, and therefore can’t really criticize its government’s actions.” When Ehud Barak became Israel’s Prime Minister and tried to find sort of reconciliation with the Palestinians, the line suddenly changed to “We in the diaspora owe it to Israel to give them our advice not to be so conciliatory.”

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