Friday, June 4, 2010
I might have to make this a daily feature if all the of the Jew-hating Americans keep showing their true colors so openly. It's time to call these people out and let them know their hatred is not welcome in the United States of America.
And yet Bank of America is mentioned 5,170 times on SEIU's web site, with most mentions being attacks on the bank and its CEO, Ken Lewis. By comparison, Lehmann Brothers gets 144 mentions on SEIU's website, Goldman Sachs 688 and AIG 144.
Why the Bank of America obsession? Here's a clue: In 2008, the union's total liabilities were $156 million. According to Department of Labor filings, in 2007 the SEIU owed $94,578,779 to ... Bank of America.
Thursday, June 3, 2010
So that one girl yells "You killed my people! You killed my people!" (Who at the end also states that Israel has no right to exist.) And the police must separate the rabid crowd from the lone boy, right? When Muslim extremists flew planes into the World Trade Center and into the Pentagon, and over 3,000 civilians were murdered - deliberately mind you - the vast, vast majority of Americans not only didn't protest outside of a Muslim country's embassy, nor did a mob try to attack a high school boy, nor did we cry out "murderer!" to every passing Muslim, but rather, most Americans united and tried hard to reach out to Muslims. As a nation, our President set the tone when he called for love, not hate, and everyone from the President on down made it clear that bigotry toward Muslims was not acceptable.
But now, when Israel tries to defend itself from those same terror elements by simply trying to check the cargo of the flotilla - to ensure it wasn't a weapons transfer to Hamas - and when the Israeli soldiers are viciously attacked by the terror sympathizers on the boat, and when the soldiers defend themselves, NOW it's okay to harrass and intimidate a young Israeli kid? Now it's okay to yell "murderer?" Now it's okay to openly talk about the destruction of Israel and her people? So the question is this: when are we as a society going to hold Muslims to the same standards of tolerance and decency by which we hold ourselves?