So it has come to this — Israel, may be not a good idea?
Posted March 17, 2011on:
In a strongly written condemnation, American Thinker excoriated a leader of that group who recently wondered aloud that ‘may be Israel ain’t such a good idea’ after all.
How did we come to this existential credulity? How did the most prosperous, the most beneficent of the modern societies, devoted to the well-being of humanity come to have such doubts about the simple right of the righteous people to exist and govern themselves. As they have proven to the world for nearly a century that they could indeed do it admirably, nobly and honorably. All the while, their enemies plotted, feuded, failed and provoked and wallowed in wretchedness.
American society, at once noble, gallant and giving, that rescued millions, fed the hungry and homed the refuse of the nations, suddenly amidst us grows this cancerous group that simply obfuscates, vacillates and doubts the very validity of Israel’s existence!
The janissaries of J Street are at last showing their true color. It’s sad.
Sarah Palin deserves a hearty salute. For standing by Israel everyday, in every way. Her utter goodness shines through!