User Profile: BondmanPhil

BondmanPhil

Member Since: February 08, 2012

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  • April 11, 2014 at 1:21pm

    I grew up right near this hotel, and I doubt it’s ghosts. More likely bedbugs. It may be a landmark, but, at least when I lived there in the 1980s, it was no Pierre. Really a run-down flop house, as I recall.

  • April 1, 2014 at 3:43pm

    Even in the People’s Repblic of New Jersey, you can go into your local police station and the local PD will acept your applications for firearm licenses and payment, and submi it to the NJ State Police in Trenton. Making everyone travel to Hartford is stupid, and an unreasonable burden.

  • March 31, 2014 at 1:20pm

    Actually, the IAF conducts practice runs over Israeli population centers all the time. Israel lacks strategic depth, and so it is possible that IAF planes will engage enemy aircraft over Israeli air space and over population centers.

  • March 31, 2014 at 1:07pm

    katzkiner: After 2000 years of being asked to convert, sometimes nicely, to Christianity in Christian lands, you will have to forgive the Jews for protecting themselves on their own, tiny sliver of land. How about this challenge: When is the last time you heard a Jew telling a Christian that if he didn’t convert to Judaism he would burn in hell?

  • March 31, 2014 at 1:03pm

    And still… MohamedMan can’t help himself. If it’s got “Israel” in the byline, he clicks on it. Great post, Nojo-Man.

  • March 21, 2014 at 3:25pm

    Hey! Not ALL Joisey guys of us vote for liberal morons. Just a bit over 50%. Ugh.

  • March 21, 2014 at 3:15pm

    I have been to this guy’s range (at least one of them). He operates a clean, family-friendly business. I think his angle, the financial one, is the blue-print for the NRA and other Second Amendment rights groups to follow. The state is criminalizing items purchased legally in the past. This is government confiscation of legally owned private property. Whether I have to turn in a weapon, or pay to have a magazine altered, the expense should be charged to the state. This would place a high cost to the state for not grandfathering new gun control laws. If the state then grandfathered the items in question, simply prohibiting new sales of such items, the NRA lawyers could then make the case that if these items are not so dangerous that they could be grandfathered, then why is the state banning new sales? Either it is safe for law-abiding residents to own, or not. The state can’t have it both ways. I think this could be a winning strategy to defeat the anti-gun cult.

  • March 12, 2014 at 9:49am

    Glick makes some great points, and I intend to read her book. However, what I don’t see, at least in this interview, is evidence that she understands the role of the State Department in forming U.S.-Israeli policies. From the beginning, State was opposed to the creation of Israel, and has worked on behalf of the Arabs ever since to weaken it. In our beauracracy, cabinet departments like State have become the tail that wags the dog. Careerists in these departments dictate policies to their superiors that are appointed by the POTUS. At State, these careerists base most of their policies on what will be good for them once they leave State and look for a job elsewhere. As a Saudi official once said on U.S. TV, the fact that many former State Dept. employees are now enjoying lucrative careers with the Saudi government is not lost on current employees at State. Get it? That is why, as Glick notes, Bush was predisposed to support Israel, but his policies hurt Israel – because he took his advice from his trusted Secretaries of State, who parroted the agendas of the careerists at State. Changing the culture at State may be impossible, and would take drastic moves that no POTUS would dare undertake. At the very least, a law would have to be passed prohibiting former State Dept. workers from working for foreign entities for, say, 10 years after leaving State. For that reason alone, Israel is much better off without “help” from U.S.

  • March 11, 2014 at 3:34pm

    You seem to care enough to read the piece and post your useless comment, holyroller. If you don’t care about it, feel free not to click on the link.

  • March 11, 2014 at 3:31pm

    You may be a troll, Blight14 (good name choice), but you throw your lot in with genocidal monsters. Wht BDS is really after is the destruction of Israel an 6 million dead Jews (yet again). If you think this about Israeli policies, you are being fooled. Look at what this movement really wants to accomplish and where the money for it comes from. If you hate Jews and want them all dead, just say so. Otherwise, you have no idea what you are supporting when you support BDS.

  • March 11, 2014 at 3:22pm

    Herr Turttle peaks out from under his shell to call the Jews names. With no knowledge except how to troll The Blaze with stupid comments, Herr Turttle sits in his Mom’s basement with his Nazi parphernalia and well-worn copy of The Protocols of the Elders of Zion, spreading his hate and lies. How sad and pathetic.

  • March 11, 2014 at 3:17pm

    Well, there were the Philistines, the archenemy of the Biblical-era Israelites. These were coastal dwellers and sea merchants, and were defeated by, IIRC, King David. Because of that history, Hadrian renamed Judea “Palestine” – the latinized version of Philistine – to vex and humiliate the Jews by ressurecting their historic nemesis. Nothing to do with Islam or the Arabs.

  • March 11, 2014 at 3:13pm

    Once again: Non-observant Jews in America have mostly replaced their Judaism with liberalism, and all of its values. These Jews care little for Israel or its Jews, and are much more concerned with the American progressive agenda. And yes, these Jews voted overwhelmingly for Obama. Of the 20% of Jewish Americans who identify as Orthodox, about 2/3 vote consistently conservative, and nearly all of them support a strong Israel. Please try not to generalize.

  • March 11, 2014 at 3:11pm

    No, MWLovin: The Jews have done nothing to the Arabs that was not related to self-defense. Since before the state was founded, all the Jews have wanted was to live in peace in their homeland. The Arabs have had only one thought as well since before the state was founded: The desire to eliminate the Jews and destroy their state. All of the pain in the Arab world is self-inflicted.

  • March 11, 2014 at 3:07pm

    Once again: Non-observant Jews in America have mostly replaced their Judaism with liberalism, and all of its values. These Jews care little for Israel or its Jews, and are much more concerned with the American progressive agenda. Of the 20% of Jewish Americans who identify as Orthodox, about 2/3 vote consistently conservative, and nearly all of them support a strong Israel. Please try not to generalize.

  • March 11, 2014 at 3:01pm

    TERossi: If you don’t like the libs telling you all whites are racists, then please don’t do the same thing to Jews. Yes, many Jews, mostly the assimilated, non-religious ones, in America are liberals, and guilty of much of what you accuse them of. And that includes uber-liberal Jerws like Foxman, who recently quit the ADL and left his synagogue because of pressure from not-so-liberal Jews there who disagreed strongly with his liberal politics. But so are many gentiles. Liberalism is not specific to Judaism, and is in fact, contrary to much of what normative Judaism teaches. Of Orthodox Jewish Americans, about 2/3 vote reliably conservative. And for every Abe Foxman you can produce, I can produce a Pam Gellar or a Mark Levine. I guess my point is that Jews are just like, um…PEOPLE. They come in all sizes and political varieties. Please don’t generalize.

  • March 11, 2014 at 2:23pm

    kmfa75: Here’s the deal. Of course, one can disagree with Israeli government policies and not be an anti-Semite. Many Jews have issues with Israeli policies. But once you cross the line and deny Jewish national rights in the Jewish ancestral homeland (Israel), it is anti-Semitism. Why? Because the Jews, who were a nation before exile forced them to become a religious group, base their faith and nationhood on the Land of Israel. Judaism cannot be fully implemented outside of the Land of Israel. For Judaism to be properly observed, the Temple in Jerusalem must be rebuilt, and many of the Jewish laws can only be observed in Israel. To deny the national rights of Jews in their homeland, therefore, is to deny Jews the right to freely observe their faith. And that is most definitely anti-Semitism. Many who oppose Israel, like the BDS movement, do not only disagree with Israeli policies, they disagree that the Jews have any national rights in the Land of Israel. IOW, they would like Israel to be destroyed and handed over to its enemies.

  • March 11, 2014 at 12:59pm

    You are text-book anti-Semite, glutamine.sr. The fact that some liberals happen to be Jewish does not mean that all Jews are liberals, or that Judaism is connected with their liberal ideas. In fact, modern liberal thought has almost noting in common with classical Judaism, and that is why 2/3 of Orthodox Jewish Americans vote consistently conservative. I would never tell you that you are not allowed to hate, but how sad is it that your hatred is not based on reality? AIPAC is a lobbying group, and just like any other lobbying group, promotes an agenda to the government, as the constitution permits. You know, just like… PEOPLE.

  • March 11, 2014 at 12:55pm

    No American soldier has ever fought for Israel or the Jews, glutamine.sr. You really need to have more in your library than The Protocols of the Elders of Zion. You are paranoid and anti-Semitic. Quite the combo!

  • March 11, 2014 at 12:53pm

    What’s got you so upset, glutamine.sr? That some fellow citizens are using their constitutional right to petition the government? The Jews are not alone in this – lots of lobbying groups use their constitutional rights in the same way. So your problem is what, glutamine.sr, that these citizens happen to be Jewish? Just come out and say it: You hate Jews because they are Jews, and you hate them no matter what they do, where they live, or what they say. Try being honest.

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