UN agrees to recognize Palestine as a state, will delineate borders based on where the rubble ends

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    Re: UN agrees to recognize Palestine as a state, will delineate borders based on where the rubble ends

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    In response to GreginMeffa's comment:

    P sst.  Obama opposes it BIG TIME

     

     

    I'm pretty sure he was against the Benghazi attack too, but that didn't stop the wingnut conspiracists.

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    Yeah. And where was empty chair for the 7 1/2 hours during the attack?

    Where was Obama when they were calling us for help?

    We will find out eventually despite all the stonewalling.

     
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    P sst.  Obama opposes it BIG TIME 

    I'm pretty sure he was against the Benghazi attack too, but that didn't stop the wingnut conspiracists.
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    BBBWWWAAAA!!!

     
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    Re: UN agrees to recognize Palestine as a state, will delineate borders based on where the rubble ends

    Its a bold move by the UN, and it puts a lot of pressure on Israel and the Palestinians.  That said, I am not sure this will amount to a hill of beans but it is a n interesting one none the less. 

     
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    Re: UN agrees to recognize Palestine as a state, will delineate borders based on where the rubble ends

    Apartheid in Israel continues unabated.

     

     

     
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    Re: UN agrees to recognize Palestine as a state, will delineate borders based on where the rubble ends

    In response to ThatWasMe's comment:
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    In response to 12-Angry-Men's comment:
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    In response to GreginMeffa's comment:

    P sst.  Obama opposes it BIG TIME

     

     

    I'm pretty sure he was against the Benghazi attack too, but that didn't stop the wingnut conspiracists.

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    Yeah. And where was empty chair for the 7 1/2 hours during the attack?

    Where was Obama when they were calling us for help?

    We will find out eventually despite all the stonewalling.

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    You think the President needed to be involved in the response? 

    Somehow Petreaus, Hillary Clinton, and Panetta don't have enough experience to know how to handle armed insurgents attacking the Consulate.  You think that if only Obama had been in the White the insurgents would have been too afraid to attack.

    I love the righties - Obama gets no credit for taking out Bin Laden, but it's his fault that the insurgents lobbed mortar rounds into the consulate killing 4 Americans.

    In my opinion, the fact that only 4 Americans were killed speaks volumes of how well the CIA and State Department staff responded. 

     
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    Re: UN agrees to recognize Palestine as a state, will delineate borders based on where the rubble ends

    In response to ThatWasMe's comment:
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    In response to 12-Angry-Men's comment:
    [QUOTE]

    In response to GreginMeffa's comment:

    P sst.  Obama opposes it BIG TIME

     

     

    I'm pretty sure he was against the Benghazi attack too, but that didn't stop the wingnut conspiracists.

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    Yeah. And where was empty chair for the 7 1/2 hours during the attack?

    Where was Obama when they were calling us for help?

    We will find out eventually despite all the stonewalling.

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    Where were the republicans who voted against extra security for embassies?

     
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    Re: UN agrees to recognize Palestine as a state, will delineate borders based on where the rubble ends

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    You think the President needed to be involved in the response? 

    Somehow Petreaus, Hillary Clinton, and Panetta don't have enough experience to know how to handle armed insurgents attacking the Consulate.  You think that if only Obama had been in the White the insurgents would have been too afraid to attack.

    I love the righties - Obama gets no credit for taking out Bin Laden, but it's his fault that the insurgents lobbed mortar rounds into the consulate killing 4 Americans.

    In my opinion, the fact that only 4 Americans were killed speaks volumes of how well the CIA and State Department staff responded. 

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    The only similarity in the two is that the decision making process was approved or not by Obama!

    The killing of Bin laden was done using intel going back to Bush years and with a carefully pick group of specialist (seal team 6) and carried out well and Obama recieved praise from all including republicans and myself.

    The terrorist attack on our consulate was after many warnings that things were deteriorating and that the consulate could not protect themselves from such attack! The aftermath was chaotic with false or at the least misleading messages coming out of the WH for weeks!

    BIG DIFFERENCES!

     
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    Re: UN agrees to recognize Palestine as a state, will delineate borders based on where the rubble ends

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    Apartheid in Israel continues unabated.

     

    I'm pretty sure Hamas has something to do with it. There will be no Statehood as long as they are in power, and that goes for Netanyahu as well.

    Severe hardships, yes, Apartheid no, (Israeli Arabs have the same rights as Israeli ciizens).  The current government of Gaza is not doing their people any favors by continually launching attacks that result in harsh measures.

     
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    Re: UN agrees to recognize Palestine as a state, will delineate borders based on where the rubble ends

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    Can't wait for the wingnut caterwauling over this one.

    It will be illuminating to see the contortions the wingnuts will go through to try and blame this on Obama.

     

     

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    Well, the good news is the rockets that get fired into Israel will now be coming from an actual country, not a vassal of the U.N.

     
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    Re: UN agrees to recognize Palestine as a state, will delineate borders based on where the rubble ends

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    Apartheid in Israel continues unabated.


    And, Israel's plan to build 3000 new homes on the West Bank and in East Jerusalem is just stupid, and vindictive on the heels of the UN vote. The move will only lead to increased tensions and more israeli isolation. If Israel is truly committed to peace, they sure have a strange way of showing it.

     

     

     

     

     

     
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    Re: UN agrees to recognize Palestine as a state, will delineate borders based on where the rubble ends

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    Its a bold move by the UN, and it puts a lot of pressure on Israel and the Palestinians.  That said, I am not sure this will amount to a hill of beans but it is a n interesting one none the less. 

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    Pressure Israel to do what, exactly?  Move their people closer to being pushed into the sea?

    For the life of me I don't understand the liberal attraction to a made up people group, hated by the arabs, that has been launching rockets into Israel at the rate of three a day for years and calls for the jews to be pushed into the sea.  That's not a group I would hitch my wagon to.

     
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