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  1. RE: “…we could never see Israel return back to the ‘67 lines,”

    MY COMMENT: “return back” – Spoken like a real (illiterate) southerner*. This sounds like something George W. Bush would utter.

    *Cantor be from Virginny, and I be from Jawga. We’s both lawyahs.

    DISCLAIMER: No insinuations or generalizations were intended by the author of the preceding comment.

    1. That’s a good point about his lackadaisical English. But as you’re from the South you no doubt know that it has produced some of our greatest writers and literary stylists. Clearly Cantor isn’t one and should be compelled to spend some time reading great Southern writers who know how to speak & write the language.

      1. RE: “it (the South) has produced some of our greatest writers and literary stylists”

        MY COMMENT: Yes, isn’t it ironic! Or, is it?

  2. How come no one goes after this guy and demand to know exactly what country he has allegiance to- the USA or Israel. You can’t have it both ways…

  3. I don’t think we in America would want another country telling us how to implement and execute our laws,” Cantor said.

    What Cantor doesn’t say is, of course, that no country in the world, including his own, recognises Israel’s annexation of East J’lem. If Canada would annex Seattle you can bet Cantor would find plenty justification for meddling in Canada’s “internal” matters.

  4. Oh, come on, who are we kidding? Cantor doesn’t give a flying rip about America in any wholistic sense. He cares about America insofar as it underwrites and supports Israel and Israeli policy, that’s it. His is a totally contingent sense of (American) identity and citizenship. He’s utterly indifferent to the fact that Israel’s behavior, generally, and settlement activity, specifically, are bad for American security and hurt our interests.

    Why does the U.S. even need enemies when we have toads like this at the highest echelons of Congress? Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, Franklin Roosevelt would be turning in their graves if they knew what’s happened to this country.

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