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Jan 30, 2011

Isn't it Time to Beg Israel for Aid?


Natasha Mozgovaya of Haaretz
U.S. Democrats and pro-Israel lobbies slam Republican Senator's call to halt Israel aid

Quote from
Patriotic American Rand Paul

“Reuters did a poll, and 71 percent of American people agree with me that when we're short of money, where we can't do the things we need to do in our country, we certainly shouldn't be shipping the money overseas.”

"You have to ask yourself, are we funding an arms race on both sides [when giving money to both Israel and Egypt]? I have a lot of sympathy and respect for Israel as a democratic nation, as, you know, a fountain of peace and a fountain of democracy within the Middle East. But at the same time, I don't think funding both sides of the arm race, particularly when we have to borrow the money from China to send it to someone else. We just can't do it anymore. The debt is all- consuming and it threatens our well-being as a country,”

Quotes from
"So-called" Patriotic American Jews

“Senator Paul’s proposal would undermine the decades-long bipartisan consensus on U.S. support for Israel. Any erosion of support should concern Israel’s friends on both sides of the political aisle, and we call in particular on leaders and donors in Senator Paul’s party to repudiate his comments and ensure that American leadership around the world is not threatened by this irresponsible proposal,"

-- Pro-Israel Jewish lobby J Street

“Paul's suggestion is negligent, shortsighted, and just plain wrong. Foreign aid in general, and aid to Israel in particular, is crucial to Israel's security and its pursuit of peace. Senator Paul's statement is yet another illustration of how the Republican Party continues to grow increasingly out of touch with the values of the vast majority of the American Jewish community."

-- National Jewish Democratic Council (NJDC) President and CEO David Harris

“Israel is the only democratic nation in the Middle East and one of our most stalwart allies. A stable and secure Israel is in our national security interest and has been a staple of our foreign policy for more than sixty years. Using our budget deficit as a reason to abandon Israel is inexcusable. It is unclear to me whether Rand Paul speaks for the Tea Party, the Republican Party, or simply himself”.

-- Congresswoman Nita Lowey, Ranking member of the Appropriations Subcommittee on State and Foreign Operations

"We share Senator Paul's commitment to restraining the growth of federal spending, but we reject his misguided proposal to end U.S. assistance to our ally, Israel. Moreover, based on his comments in an interview with CNN, we are concerned that Senator Paul may not grasp the fundamentals of our alliance with Israel. In 2007, the U.S. and Israel signed a ten-year 'Memorandum of Understanding' (MoU) to govern U.S. assistance going forward. A critical aim of the MoU was to preserve Israel's qualitative military advantage. Accordingly, any concern that U.S. assistance might undermine Israel's security is groundless(sic)."

-- Republican Jewish Coalition Executive Director Matthew Brooks

I'm sorry, but the protests from the Jewish alliance sound like the oinks of greedy filthy pigs!

J Street, "You believe this to be 'An irresponsible proposal'?" It is only irresponsible in the eyes of Jews who love Israel more than America. Again, to 70% of Americans, it is actually the responsible thing to do to help America with its budget deficits. And haven't the Jews always told us that this is a "democracy" and that "Majority" makes "right". I know, I know, unless the minority does not like what the majority votes for!!

David Harris, "You believe Rand Paul is 'negligent, shortsighted, and just plain wrong'?" No, it would be negligent, shortshighted and just plain wrong for you to ask America to continue the trillion dollar deficits that the other politicians vote for to get themselves re-elected. There is nothing wrong with being out-of-touch with a Jewish minority that is so deeply out-of-touch with the rest of America.

Nita Lowey, "You ask if Rand Paul speaks for 'the Tea Party, the Republican Party, or simply himself'?" I and most other Americans would say that Rand Paul speaks for the 70% of American people who agree with him. He speaks for the people who elected him, knowing full well his politics.

Matthew Brooks, "You believe that Rand Paul does not understand 'the fundamentals of our alliance with Israel'?" No Mr. Brooks, you do not understand our form of government, where our politicians are free to vote however they wish to vote; regardless of any shackles previous corrupt politicians have placed on America's wrists. They are only answerable to the American people, not to agreements previous administrations have imposed upon them. Being elected to Congress is not the imposition of a prison term.

Rand Paul, "You said that Israel is 'a fountain of peace'?" Rand Paul, you should be more honest. There has been nothing but war over there since Israeli Crusaders occupied Palestine in 1948, murdering British Christians who got in their way, as easily as the former Ottoman Empire Muslims they ethincally cleansed out the the prime real estate they wanted for themselves.

The fact is that America is broke.

Everyone knows it.

But the Jewish alliance will call anyone anti-Semitic that merely suggests we stop giving away billions of dollars to the one particular country THEY LIKE !

We don't even get a "Thank You" card in return for our largess to this WELFARE QUEEN?

I have another idea.

Since Israel is our ONLY FRIEND in the world, and since we are in far greater debt than they are, let's hit them up for some money in our time of great need.

Surely such a wonderful friend, as Israel is to the United States, would be good for a couple of the hundred billion dollars we have given them over the last 50 years, returning to us just a few of those aid dollars, so as to help America get back on her feet!

Surely the Israelis taxpayers, who love America as much as American taxpayers loves Israel, would freely fork over some of their lifetime savings to help the charity of America whilst in time of our great need.

Shekels from the Israeli treasury would help a lot. Why, they can even put strings attached to the aid; I wouldn't complain.

...No, I didn't think they would like that idea!!!

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