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Israel's Loonies Bark Their Opposition to the Iran Deal in The Streets of New York


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Sam
- 1341 days ago - news.yahoo.com
Protesters in Times Square echoed NetanyahuâEUR(TM)s demand that Congress vote down the proposed U.S. deal with Iran.



   

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Sam H (410)
Wednesday July 22, 2015, 11:16 pm
If you’re not sold on the Iran deal yet, consider that fact that Alan Dershowitz is against it. If that’s not enough to convince you that it’s a good deal, then you’re a warmonger to the core!
 

Cindy Brickner (4)
Thursday July 23, 2015, 12:11 am
Alan Dershowitz thinks that the Obama administration is 'arrogant'??? Well, I believe strongly that Congress acted arrogantly when they went behind the President's back to invite Nethanayu to address them! In fact, I'll go further and say they were guilty of committing treason. Because most Republicans deny that what they did is actually treason, I suspect that they can't read and understand the definitionof the word.
 

Evelyn B (63)
Thursday July 23, 2015, 4:40 am
With AIPAC throwing in $20 million to "educate" the US as to why the deal should be shot down, this doesn't surprise me.

Don't miss reading
Anti-Iran Deal AIPAC Spin-Off Relies on Iranian Ex-Terrorist Group
(which includes a link to a video that will scare uninformed & trusting viewers completely s***less if they don't cross check the information)
and

Israeli Media Drowns Out Pro-Iran-Deal Voices


Thanks, Sam
 

Evelyn B (63)
Thursday July 23, 2015, 4:44 am
Once, I would have counted on "common sense" making most people see the other side, the pluses of the deal.

However, between Faux News popularity and the GOP line up seriously being considered for Presidential candidacies .... I'm now convinced of the rarity of "common" sense - not "common" at all :>D
 

Maria Teresa Schollhorn (42)
Thursday July 23, 2015, 5:05 am
Noted. Thank you Sam.
 

Carol R (11)
Thursday July 23, 2015, 6:36 am
Watched Jon Stewart interview Obama and Obama's comments on the Iran deal and it's opponents were spot on.

http://thedailyshow.cc.com/full-episodes/skawjk/july-21--2015---barack-obama

Thanks Sam.

And thanks to Evelyn for the links.



 

Angelika R (143)
Thursday July 23, 2015, 1:18 pm
Thx Sam. Surprised to read Schumer wasn't at the ralley, at first glance I thought that was him next to Pataki on that last photo with the flag. The lying ass is trying to save his seat as Senate leader, of course he'll vote no.
We need to see COUNTER RALLIES!
 

jan b (5)
Thursday July 23, 2015, 1:30 pm
. ISRAEL is next door to the country that wants to annihilate them.......

America is 6000 miles away ---BUT IF Iran was as close as Canada to the USA ---it might be a different story when during the negotiations the crowd started shouting, “Death to America,” the ayatollah responded: “Of course yes, death to America, because America is the original source of this pressure.
 

Past Member (0)
Thursday July 23, 2015, 1:58 pm
Noted. Thanks Sam. Peace waits, somewhere in time.
 

Past Member (0)
Thursday July 23, 2015, 4:33 pm
John Kerry: "It was entirely wrong and arrogant for the Obama administration to submit the deal to the U.N. before Congress voted on it"

Indeed.

Obama thinks nobody understands what Hudna means...
 

Past Member (0)
Thursday July 23, 2015, 4:43 pm
Evelyn, with Saudi Prince Talal throwing 32 BILLION (not AIPAC 20 Million) to "educate" and Islamize the US, the absence of Iran support rally should surprise you.

 

Stan B (123)
Thursday July 23, 2015, 6:23 pm
I'd back Dershowitz's opinion against Sam's any day of the week. So would most sane, decent people.
 

Sam H (410)
Thursday July 23, 2015, 6:46 pm
That's expected! Loonies have to stick together. Otherwise all that indoctrination would go to waste!
 

fly bird (26)
Thursday July 23, 2015, 6:50 pm
loonies stick together, to hide how cracked up they are... you got that right, Sam.
 

Past Member (0)
Thursday July 23, 2015, 8:51 pm
Loonies stick together, to hide how cracked up they are, and go to read Electronic Intifada or Mondo Weiss together.
 

Sam H (410)
Thursday July 23, 2015, 9:14 pm
Inbreeding can limit one’s creativity to repeating what others say.
 

Walter F (129)
Friday July 24, 2015, 12:05 am
They weren't the loonies Sam the loonies are those who honestly believe Iran has put on hold its threat to annihilate the nation of Israel. In 1939 Chamberlain came back from a visit ti Hitler waving a piece of paper and cheering "peace in our time",.In Berlin Adolph laughed at him ..In Tehran today Rouhani is laughing at Obama
 

Stan B (123)
Friday July 24, 2015, 12:17 am
Walter and Bob. Sadly you are wasting your time.
Poor Sam is beyond redemption.
 

Walter F (129)
Friday July 24, 2015, 12:21 am
Stan Justin can lead him to salvation
 

Stan B (123)
Friday July 24, 2015, 1:00 am
I doubt it, Walter. He's still blaming Jews for killing Jesus.
 

Stan B (123)
Friday July 24, 2015, 1:25 am
On these hottest days of summer – especially when parts of our country are rationing water – we should thank late Israeli engineer Simcha Blass for helping farmers figure out how to best harness the water they do have.

Blass revolutionized drip irrigation in the early 1930’s, pretty haphazardly. As the story goes, Blass saw a big tree growing seemingly without water. When he dug into the soil, he found an onion-shaped pocket of underground water feeding the tree’s roots. Each drop of water was being stored and sucked out as needed.

Blass made tubing that would release water slowly and steadily through larger and longer passageways, using friction to keep the flow. Blass refined this method and patented his surface drip irrigation emitter. In 1965, Kibbutz Hatzerim used Blass’s creation to create a new irrigation development industry, called Netafim, Hebrew for “droplets.”

Today, with Blass as inspiration, Israel continues to lead the way in drip and micro-irrigation inventions. These new products help farmers all over the world, no matter how arid the soil or how slow the water pressure.

It’s also a great lesson in human ingenuity and patience. Each water drop (and every kind action) makes a difference in the life and growth of our world.


 

Walter F (129)
Friday July 24, 2015, 1:29 am
No longer Stan he's been reformed, he has joined Carrie's Church of Enlightenment.They put the blame fair and square on the bloody Romans.
 

Angelika R (143)
Friday July 24, 2015, 3:11 am
Thursday July 23, 2015, 4:33 pm
John Kerry: "It was entirely wrong and arrogant for the Obama administration to submit the deal to the U.N. before Congress voted on it".

The nitwit best suffice caring about his own Canadian polticians since he's evidently unable to tell US politicians apart, putting Rep. Peter King's words into Sec Kerry's mouth. Can't rule out another intentional idiotic lie either..
 

Carol R (11)
Friday July 24, 2015, 9:18 am
Thanks for the clarification Angie. *************************
 

Angelika R (143)
Friday July 24, 2015, 9:31 am
Carol, I couldn't let that stand and was wondering why nobody noticed it when it is so obviously against all logic! Aside from being quoted in the very article Sam linked.
 

Evelyn B (63)
Friday July 24, 2015, 9:44 am
Angie
That's par for the course, perfect illustration of (un)reliability of info read or reported by Bob .... :>)
Half a grasp on reality - & the other half imagination/ confusion guided by his level of sources.
For example, he also thinks that somehow people in Gaza have more than one birthday per person per year (Bob A. (34) Sunday May 31, 2015, 7:31 am "Gaza is known for the highest birthday rate in the World,")
 

Evelyn B (63)
Friday July 24, 2015, 9:58 am
Angie - Your last comment was posted while I was commenting!
What makes you think he READS the article? Perhaps he thinks they'll contaminate his thinking .... but I've seen series of exchanges where he doesn't understand replies because he hasn't read the story posted, just makes ill-informed assumptions ....
 

Angelika R (143)
Friday July 24, 2015, 10:54 am
Evelyn, I was actually referring to all others here who did read it, should have noticed but left it standing.
There's no such thing as "info by Bob" and his usual blabber isn't worth discussing. But I thought that particular comment stood out uniquely and needed to be addressed.
 

Stephen Brian (23)
Friday July 24, 2015, 11:22 am
It should probably be pointed out somewhere that regardless of Sam's new headline, Israel is mentioned exactly zero times in the original article. The first stated ground for opposition are that congressional objections were ignored, and that under U.S. law, Congress is expected to have some say in implementation of foreign affairs-agreements. The second is that one of the protesters believes the deal is bad for the U.S. The third is that another protester simply does not trust that the reality created by the agreement will follow its stated intent because she does not trust Iran to hold up its end. Yes, the first two protesters interviewed are known supporters of Israel, but the article, at least formally, had nothing to do with Israel.

These are not crazy nonsense-complaints.
In the first case, because Congress was circumvented, U.S. support of the agreement formally ends with the inauguration of the next president. This means that in January 2017, a political fight will get going again in the U.S., escalated by its delay, rather than be settled now.
In the second case, we are talking about a congressman just doing his job, ready to vote in Congress for what he believes is best for the U.S. Some here may not agree with him, but that's democracy.
In the third case, we are talking about an agreement where Iran has practically zero incentive to hold up its end, and has effectively stated that it would not. There is now up to a 24-day delay between when inspectors request to see a site and when the government is required to permit them to do so, if other methods of demonstrating the absence of forbidden activities do not suffice. The latest round of tension, culminating in the sanctions, started when inspectors were not allowed into the Parchin military site. The Iranian government reacted to the deal saying it would not permit inspectors onto its military sites. The worst thing Iran is likely to face, if it proceeds with a nuclear weapons-program is a temporary resumption of sanctions, but with the program far advanced.
 

Stan B (123)
Friday July 24, 2015, 5:32 pm
Ros. That's a very interesting site. Lots of things I didn't know so thank you.
As for the guy you mentioned I don't believe a word of his story. He's trying to lie his way back into Oz.
Time will tell.
 

Angelika R (143)
Saturday July 25, 2015, 3:30 am
What we need is a poll how many of the opposition barkers actually KNOW the details of the deal -bet your bottom $ it will be a small minority! Congress critters and the press included, most havent even read it!
Instead parrot the propaganda and lies about it.
Also : “Question wording seems likely to be a big part of the answer.” ... So much for those polls.

Furthermore, one article from which BD thankfully quoted selective parts, also tells us that "According to the poll, 56% of Americans support the deal, which lifts economic sanctions on condition that Tehran does not pursue atomic weapons. Only 37%, by contrast, oppose the deal."
 

Stan B (123)
Saturday July 25, 2015, 2:43 pm
I see you've changed your name, Ros. Hope you don't know something I don't!!!
 

Evelyn B (63)
Saturday July 25, 2015, 4:29 pm
I assume this is the countdown to the big move, complete change in lifestyle? (and then a stretch where we'll miss you during the transition period), Ros?
 

Stan B (123)
Saturday July 25, 2015, 6:43 pm
Good luck with your move, Ros. I hope it all goes smoothly. Moving to Qld? Seen the light? Keep in touch.
 

Evelyn B (63)
Friday August 7, 2015, 1:43 am
Someone just moved and became 7 years younger overnight ....

I'd guess they were more Americans with guns .....
 

Angelika R (143)
Friday August 7, 2015, 3:25 am
And now one more loonie finally barked out his opposition to the deal and his intent to vote no: Senator Schumer chose the GOP debate to make his decision public.
With his outrageous demands he has absolutely DISQUALIFIED himself to become Senate leader!

“I believe Iran will not change, and under this agreement, it will be able to achieve its dual goals of eliminating sanctions while ultimately retaining its nuclear AND NON -NUCLEAR power”
Reports in e.g.

The WSJ
NYT
HuffPo
 

Evelyn B (63)
Friday August 7, 2015, 7:09 am
Thanks, Angie!

Extract from http://beforeitsnews.com/u-s-politics/2015/08/democratic-party-immediate-donor-strike-to-cripple-party-leaders-2486366.html : “Risking American lives in wars of choice isn’t leadership, it’s small and backward,” Sheyman says." & "WAR IS TERROR"
 

Angelika R (143)
Friday August 7, 2015, 9:32 am
Thx for that Evelyn. But I bet that campaign to withhold some $10 million in contributions will only trigger laughs at the Israel lobby who have spent double that amount.
Schumer KNOWS from which side comes more cash and decided accordingly. If he doesn't voluntarily gives up on his expected Senate Dem leadership, he will have to be forced. Hopefully voices calling for it will sound real quickly and loudly now.

Sam so far missed placing the link for his latest newspost about this, which I only discovered after my above comment, here it is:

This Is How Israel Saps Our Resources and Undermines Our Democracy
 
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