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Boycott MSNBC and Buy Dunkin’ Donuts: Olbermann is clueless and support what the Kaffiyeh stands for the genocide of the Jewish people

Posted by avideditor on May 29, 2008

Rachel Ray was clearly wearing a pro Jihadi scarf. Olmermann supports Hezbollah, Hamas, and other terrorist and he has the audacity to call people exposing Jihadist the most like them. Olbermann is full of lies. He is a terrorist supporter. Every time I see some one wearing a Kaffiyeh I ask them if they support terrorist. Every time they say they support the “Palistinian struggle” against Israel. If you don’t believe me ask the next person wearing a Kadifah yourself. Wearing that scarf means you support the “Palestinian” effort to kill all the jews. Dunkin’ Donuts did the right thing by pulling that ad. If Dunkin’ Donuts was kosher I would eat there every day. They did the right thing by standing up against the Jihadis attempt of genocide against Jews. May G-d bless Dunkin’ Donuts and everyone else that takes a stand against terrorism. Watch the terrorist loving Olbermann preach his lies and hate.
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Click here to go to Dunkin’ Donuts buy something to support their good judgement.

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Barack Obama Pastor Problem: Obama has another Racist Pastor Michael Pfleger

Posted by avideditor on May 29, 2008

You can judge someone by the company they keep. Barack Obama hangs around too many racist American Haters to not be one himself. 

I found this at Pat Dollard:

Hussein Distances Himself From Yet Another Clergyman

obamaandfriends.jpgFirst Hussein brought us the Rev. Wright “flip flop”


Here –
Hussein’s Other Spiritual Leader Video

and here

Black Priest Apologizes For Sliming Hillary

Hussein brings us the Fr. Pfleger contraversy…..

You can tell a LOT about a man by the company he keeps…..

No matter how much he tries to shove those skeleton’s back in his closet.

Now hes about to try to throw this one under the bus too? Yeah… Not gonna work.


CHICAGO – Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama said Thursday that he was “deeply disappointed” by a supporter’s sermon at his church that mocked Hillary Rodham Clinton. Read the rest of this entry »

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U.S. Suspects Syria Has More Secret Nuclear Sites YET OLMERT WANTS TO GIVE THEM THE GOLAN

Posted by avideditor on May 29, 2008

Olmert is trying to trade the security of Israel for his own political survival. Even the US sees Syria has more secret nuclear sites. 

(IsraelNN.com) The Bush administration suspects Syria has at least three more nuclear sites in addition to the Al Kibar facility that Israel allegedly bombed last September, the Washington Post reported Thursday morning. Syria is negotiating with the International Atomic Energy Agency, which wants to conduct inspections in the country.
American Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) director Michael Hayden told the newspaper, “Do not assume that Al Kibar exhausted our knowledge of Syrian efforts with regard to nuclear weapons.”

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Posted by avideditor on May 29, 2008

I found this on Pat Dollard and I agree completely. It is time the american public wakes up and realizes what we are fighting for our survival. The jihadis want to establish an Islamic Caliphate world wide we need to realize that Jihadis are just as bad as Nazis. 

President Bush Compares Iraq, Afghan Wars To World War II


I have to agree….

Were in a fight for our freedom…

Same fight, different enemy….

All I have to ask is….

When can we drop 2 nukes on Tehran to end it for the win?

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado (CNN) — President Bush told the 2008 graduating class at the U.S. Air Force Academy on Wednesday that the “only way America could lose the war on terror is if we defeat ourselves.”

Speaking on a cloudy day at Falcon Stadium, the president compared the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan to America’s earlier conflicts, particularly World War II.

“Our nation is once again contending with an ideology that seeks to sow anger, hatred and despair: the ideology of Islamic extremism,” he said.

“In today’s struggle, we are once again facing evil men who despise freedom and despise America and aim to subject millions to their violent rule.

“We assumed this obligation before,” he said, referring to the rebuilding of Germany and Japan after World War II, a conflict that saw the loss of more than 400,000 American lives. Watch more of Bush’s speech »

“Germany and Japan, once mortal enemies, are now allies of the United States. And people across the world have reaped the benefits from that alliance,” he said. “Today, we must do the same in Afghanistan and Iraq. … We’ll lay the foundation of peace for generations to come.”

But today’s wars differ from those of the past, Bush acknowledged, and not only because of modern technology that allows “greater precision” in warfare.

One challenge is that in the past, in Germany and Japan, the work of rebuilding took place in relative quiet,” he said.

“Today, we’re helping emerging democracies rebuild under fire from terrorist networks and state sponsors of terror. This is a difficult and unprecedented task — and we’re learning as we go.”

The measure of success in war has changed, he said.

“In the past … there were public surrenders, a signing ceremony on the deck of a battleship, victory parades in American cities. Today, when the war continues after the regime has fallen, the definition of success is more complicated.”

Nonetheless, he said, in Iraq and Afghanistan, there is a clear definition of success: when those countries are rid of al Qaeda, when they are economically viable, when they are democracies that can govern effectively and when they are strong allies on the war on terror.

“These successes will come,” he told the class. “And when they do, our nation will have achieved victory, and the American people will be more secure.

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