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One of you readers suggested to me that I try to cheer up Steve in Florida. You said that he sounded very depressed, and you'd like me to write something a bit more positive to raise his spirits. I responded to this person that it would be a real effort, as so much garbage is happening right now, and the material is endless to bring to your attention. But, in the name of being a good sport, I will concede. I found this little gem of a video clip (below) to put a smile on your faces. -This one's for you, Steve. :-)
If B. Hussein Obama wins, maybe a victory by him wouldn't be so bad for Israel. I have heard about the bumper sticker that says, "OBAMA IS GOOD FOR ALIYAH". And he will be. In actuality, Israel is on her own. We can't expect anyone to defend us, but ourselves. An Obama victory would hammer that consideration in hard on our nation. Our government would know not to wait for any 'green lights' from a President Osama – oops, I mean Obama (sic), who thinks it's ok to sit and talk with Muslim leaders who not only call for the wiping out of Israel, but who would probably wish to see the same outcome for those infidels in America as well.
So, whoever wins – if elections are not canceled or postponed, - the outcome, either way, has its positives. If Obama wins, it can be a wake up call for Israel and the Jewish people. If McCain wins, which I highly doubt, it just might be the impetus for unhappy democratic voters to finally throw in the towel and move up north. They just might find their Shangri-La there. Though, ...I don't know how the Canadians would feel about it.