Hamas predictably gains the sympathy of Left. But Israel must push on.

The worst thing, that can happen as this article points out is that Israel should suffer from the international disaproval that always comes when a country invades another and then, not acheive its military goals. Hamas must be extinguished. Israel must push through the castagations of tie-dyers. Easy answers are plyed on easy problems. Easy this isn’t.

Israel withdrew from Gaza in 2005. What was Hamas’ response? Over 6000 rockets rained onto Israeli civilians. They had their chance, and in classic Arab fashion, they fouled it up. Now, the only people they have for allies are people who would never fight for them in the first place.


5 Responses to “Hamas predictably gains the sympathy of Left. But Israel must push on.”

  1. December 31, 2008 at 3:21 am

    Actually, they should try diplomacy. I just read a comment from No2War that diplomacy is the answer and since god knows it hasn’t been tried, maybe someone should suggest diplomacy. As long as that diplomacy is presented via f-16’s and a Apaches – it might actually work 😉

  2. December 31, 2008 at 12:16 pm

    Sure, be diplomatic with Hamas. I just don’t think that people realize that not all people are like the West.

    Peace activists and liberals, bless their bleeding hearts, are downright hypocritical. They want to pat themselves on the back for being compassionate–they don’t really care that much that people die in wars. And they sure as heck couldn’t care less that people get slaughtered in places like Darfur (Muslims killing off the black populace by the millions). Doing something about that would require fighting for the right thing–and that’s something libs don’t do.

  3. 3 kernunos
    December 31, 2008 at 8:22 pm

    Look back on our own Presidential Administrations’ histories and see how many times they have been praised for successful diplomacy and talks between these to groups of people. Looking at today one wonders if any of them were ever truly successful. This is of course rhetorical.

  4. January 1, 2009 at 12:03 pm

    Jimmy Carter has good intentions. But he refused to call evil: evil. I have problmes with that. He’s an appeaser. Nations must draw a line in the sand. There is a point where negotiation is no longer an option, and your enemy is mere;ly playing with the fact that you want to talk not fight.

    Again–the playground and middle-school is the best training ground for foreign policy. I really believe this. Bullies never stopped being bullies when you talked or walked away. They just ended up with pockets full of lunch money. But the very first time you were willing to fight–they never bothered you again. In fact–they wanted to be friends afterward.

    Walk softly, feed the poor, shelter the homeless–and carry the biggest damn gun you can find. 🙂

  5. January 2, 2009 at 2:19 am

    Yep, if Diplomacy was going to work, it would have already. So now, they need to fight it out and once one side gets their asses thoroughly kicked, Diplomacy might be a viable option. For now, I can’t see anything but ass kickings – thoroughly and utterly defeating them – changing the situation.

    The Peace Activists are such fucking phonies anyway. They aren’t peace activists at all. They are 5th columns fuckheads – I mean, a few peace activists might be sincere but on the whole, they’re just a bunch of masked Leftists who hate the US and by proxy, Israel.

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