When conservatives oppose illegal immigration, welfare, and English as the official language of the
The point is, Republicans HATE being called bigots, racists, and xenophobes, so why would they do the same to those that oppose the prolonged Israeli action against Hezbollah? It would be just as easy to say that those who support
As Americans, we can not get drawn into these petty debates over who is racist and who isn’t. If someone opposes
Conservatives know that playing the race card is not an argument, but a cheap political trick to hush up the opposition. Not to mention, there are good arguments (not so much a good argument, but it reveals the mindset of those in the current situationon) why Israel should not continue their current action.
Some are already seeing through the smokescreen.
As you may have noticed, the right isn’t the only side throwing around the term “anti-Semitic”.
Democrat leader Howard Dean called the Iraqi prime minister an "anti-Semite" during an address before party loyalists on Wednesday, drawing a swift rebuke from Republicans. The Democratic National Committee chairman also called Republican Senate candidate Katherine Harris a "crook" and compared her to Stalin.
Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, who addressed a joint session of Congress Wednesday, came under fire from Democrats for recent comments on the conflict in
Lebanonbetween and the terrorist group Hezbollah. Al-Maliki hasn't condemned Hezbollah, but he criticized the "Israeli aggression." Israel
Howard Dean is unbelievable. I can only imagine what Maliki said to President Bush regarding the Democratic response to his visit to
“Don’t they get that I am walking a tightrope in
It must be frustrating for him to have to be verbally and politically attacked by politicians from a country that he is trying to help (by stabilizing