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Thursday, December 7, 2017

After Three Cowardly Presidents, Trump Finally Recognizes Jerusalem

ANOTHER PROMISE KEPT   LOVE THIS PRESIDENT!!

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

The Pope didn’t want to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. This Pope continues to reveal that he is much more a secular politician than building the spiritual Kingdom of God.

Anonymous said...

For what it is worth, I don't care what the 'Pope' says. But, in my opinion, this move is a very bad idea.

Wolf's Head said...

This should have been done long ago.

Let the muzzies and the lefties cry.

Anonymous said...

Wolf, with due respect, I am not a 'muzzie' nor a 'leftie', so again, this is not a good idea.

guy faulkes said...

"

Wolf, with due respect, I am not a 'muzzie' nor a 'leftie', so again, this is not a good idea" - Anonymous

How so? Please explain your stance.

Sarkazein said...

Anonymous 9:15 is right. We should continue to coddle the Palestinian terrorists. When they are not fighting Israeli citizens they are fighting themselves. Jerusalem as the recognized capital might make them angry. We must continue the Status Quo, no matter the status or the quo.

Sarkazein said...

Can you imagine... the "Palestinians" are rioting. Who would have thought it. Time to replace the tear gas with Napalm.

Blogger said...

Since the establishment of limited Palestinian self-rule in the West Bank and Gaza Strip in the mid-1990s, the U.S. government has committed more than $5 billion in bilateral economic and non-lethal security assistance to the Palestinians,

President Obama on his own released $221 million in humanitarian aid to the Palestinian Authority even though two Congressional committee members had placed the distribution on hold