Schussel nails Palin

By Ted Belman

Debbie Sclussel is no fan of Sarah Palin’s. That’s putting it mildly. After I posted my article Sarah Palin is on a Roll,, Schlussel sent me an email complaining about my rosy view of her (my words) and in particular showed displeasure in Palin’s endorsent of McCain.

But now that Palin has endorsed Carla Fiorina, she went ballistic.

That’s Conservative?: Palinmessiah Endorses Jesse Jackson Pal/Fan of Islam, Iran, Amnesty for US Senate
By Debbie Schlussel

Sarah Palin’s endorsement of liberal, pro-abortion, pro-illegal alien amnesty, Iran-enabling Republican Carly Fiorina should be a wake up call for the blind Palinmessiahteapartybots. Sadly, it won’t be. As nothing will.

They won’t care that the empty vesselette in a skirt suit endorsed a close friend of race merchant/shakedown king Jesse Jackson, which Fiorina is. They couldn’t care less that Fiorina, just days after 9/11, gave a drooling speech about Islam. I’ve written about both of these things, exposed by conservative Republican and Orthodox Rabbi Dov Fischer, in a MUST-READ article on Fiorina, which documents Fiorina’s expansion of HP into Iran and how she violated embargo laws to sell ink to the country. Watch this video, below, and you’ll hear more from Sarah Palin’s latest “great American”:

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BTW, this should be a lesson for you regarding frauds like Scamela Geller, the car loan fraud scammer, who takes money from Sarah Palin’s PAC for ads and who repeatedly gush over this vapidette. They claim to be against Iran and Ahmadinejad, against Jesse Jackson, and against illegal alien amnesty. But the bottom line is–like Sarah Palin–they really aren’t.

Talk is cheap.

The trouble with Schlussel is she backs everything up that she writes. She can’t be ignored.

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  1. Israel sees no discord with U.S. on nuclear issue

    HERZLIYA, Israel (Reuters) – Israel is primed for a war on Iran, a deputy to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Monday, in a rare break with his government’s reticence as world powers try to talk Tehran into curbing its nuclear plans.

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    By spearheading assaults on guerrillas in neighboring Lebanon and Palestinian territories, the Israeli air force had gained the techniques necessary for any future strikes on Iranian sites, Deputy Prime Minister Moshe Yaalon said.

    “There is no doubt that the technological capabilities, which improved in recent years, have improved range and aerial refueling capabilities, and have brought about a massive improvement in the accuracy of ordnance and intelligence,” he told a conference of military officers and experts.

    “This capability can be used for a war on terror in Gaza, for a war in the face of rockets from Lebanon, for war on the conventional Syrian army, and also for war on a peripheral state like Iran,” said Yaalon, a former armed forces chief.

    Israel, which is assumed to have the Middle East’s only atomic arsenal, bombed Iraq’s nuclear reactor in 1981 and launched a similar sortie in Syria in 2007.

    But its veiled threats against foe Iran have been questioned by some independent analysts who see the potential targets as too distant, dispersed, numerous and well-defended for Israeli warplanes to take on alone.

    Israel’s leaders rarely use the term “war” while publicly discussing how to deal with Iran, in whose often secretive uranium enrichment, long-range missile projects and hostile rhetoric the Jewish state sees a mortal threat.

    OPTIONS OPEN

    Officially endorsing efforts by U.N. Security Council powers to step up sanctions against Tehran, which denies having hostile designs, Netanyahu and other senior Israeli officials usually speak obliquely of a need to “keep all options on the table.”

    Two other senior Israeli officials said U.S.-led diplomatic pressure should be given a chance. But they voiced misgivings.

    “I believe that, by the middle of June, there will be international sanctions that will be watered down, with very low chances of being effective,” Defense Minister Ehud Barak told a closed-door parliamentary committee, according to a spokesman.

    “With that said, there is nevertheless importance to such sanctions, because the delay has only served Iran,” he said, adding: “It is very possible that there will be other, more effective sanctions by a specific set of European countries.”

    Dan Meridor — another deputy prime minister who, like Yaalon and Barak, belongs to Netanyahu’s inner council — sought to play down Israel’s particular interest in having Iran reined in, calling it a global challenge.

    “If in the end of the day, Iran does get nuclear, in spite of what America says and wants, this will have grave implications for world order, the balance of power and the rules of the game,” Meridor told foreign journalists in Jerusalem.

    In his address to the Fisher Institute for Air & Space Strategic Studies, Yaalon said Israel was in a proxy war with Iran due to its sponsorship of Lebanon’s Hezbollah guerrillas and the Palestinian Islamic movement Hamas.

    “There is no doubt, looking at the overall situation, that we are already in a military confrontation with Iran,” he said. “Iran is the main motivator of those attacking us.”

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    And then you like, ah, cheat on Jen with Angie, see?

    But not discreetly but like all over Europe, got it?

    Humiliating JA for no apparent reason whilst banging AJ for a very apparent reason, okay?

    Like then you adopt like a billion kids with Angie, but the animalistic jungle sex soon just ain’t worth the aggravation, okay?

    So you leave Angie in search of like, um, new meat?

    Like, what do you do then?

    When ya got all day to while away?

    What activity occupies your chi, Dude?

  3. Oh yeh, you creep! 🙂

    Just for that I’m not gonna tell yas that my Gravatar is simply and 80×80 JPG image, assigned in my Gravatar account to the email address I log in with here.