Kike loving, jew boot licking republicunt vomits her heresies
At a Republican Jewish Coalition event in Los Angeles last week, Rep. Michele Bachmann offered a candid view of her positions on Israel: Support for Israel is handed down by God and if the United States pulls back its support, America will cease to exist.
The Republican Jewish Coalition is the same organization that recently hired former Sen. Norm Coleman. Bachmann’s appearance on Feb.1 is part of a whirlwind of national events for Bachmann in February. Next up: she’s keynoting the Take Back Washington North Dakota event in Bismarck this Friday night.
Here’s a transcript of some of her remarks at the RJC event:
I am convinced in my heart and in my mind that if the United States fails to stand with Israel, that is the end of the United States . . . [W]e have to show that we are inextricably entwined, that as a nation we have been blessed because of our relationship with Israel, and if we reject Israel, then there is a curse that comes into play. And my husband and I are both Christians, and we believe very strongly the verse from Genesis [Genesis 12:3], we believe very strongly that nations also receive blessings as they bless Israel. It is a strong and beautiful principle. Right now in my own private Bible time, I am working through Isaiah . . . and there is continually a coming back to what God gave to Israel initially, which was the Torah and the Ten Commandments, and I have a wonderful quote from John Adams that if you will indulge me [while I find it] . . . [from his February 16, 1809 letter to François Adriaan van der Kemp]:
"I will insist that the Hebrews have done more to civilize men than any other nation. If I were an atheist, and believed in blind eternal fate, I should still believe that fate had ordained the Jews to be the most essential instrument for civilizing the nations. If I were an atheist of the other sect, who believe or pretend to believe that all is ordered by chance, I should believe that chance had ordered the Jews to preserve and propagate to all mankind the doctrine of a supreme, intelligent, wise, almighty sovereign of the universe, which I believe to be the great essential principle of all morality, and consequently of all civilization."
. . . So that is a very long way to answer your question, but I believe that an explicit statement from us about our support for Israel as tied to American security, we would do well to do that.
I can't believe there are still some of you out there who honestly believe that there is a difference between the two inept, bought and paid for political parties, and you are buying into this "liberal versus conservative" shell game. It's a single party that comprises an elite establishment club and the goal of any candidate or elected official is to get in and ride the money train, get as much of the pilfered loot as they possibly can, and then retire in splendor. The partisan bickering you see on your cable news programs is merely entertainment to get the rubes fired up for one "side" or the other.
Fealty to Israel, is, of course, the quickest way not only to lucrative profitability and a comfortable life filled with amenities, it also insures you holding a seat on the money train by being re-elected cycle after cycle, either until you decide to leave of your own accord with your cash and prizes or decide to test the tether of your kikejew masters and they destroy you politically.
This Bachmann lunatic is a different kind of animal all together. Yes, she's flush with kike shekels and I know for a fact that she and her family have been wined and dined on the jew's dime with trips to Isra-hell.* But, she strikes me as one of these zio-"christian" nut bags who actually believe this "G_d's Self Chosen" clap trap. The perversions and obscenities spewed by this deranged whore regarding kike parasites is utterly revolting, so much so that my skin crawls and I can feel the bile creeping up my esophagus.
* Comment from Karl, a reader of the Minnesota Independent on this story:
"It’s no wonder Bachmann speaks so fondly of Israel. They’ve provided her and her family members free annual vacations to Israel every year she’s been in office–to the tune of $44,380.
Most recently, in July-August 2009, Bachmann and her daughter traveled to Tel Aviv on the dime of the American Israel Education Foundation, living like royalty in $500-a-night hotels. Cost of the trip for Michele and Elisa Bachmann: $19,414.74, covered entirely by the Jewish group, which is affiliated with the powerful pro-Israel lobbying group AIPAC (American Israel Public Affairs Committee). They each even got a nice photo album from their hosts as a momento of their junket.
In 2008, Bachmann and her husband, Marcus, traveled to Jeruselum, this time courtesy of the Jewish Community Relations Council. Cost of trip: $7,170.
In 2007, Michele and Marcus jaunted off to Tel Aviv with the American Israel Education Foundation picking up the tab again, including luxurious $436/night hotels. Cost: $17,796.
It’s not like Minnesota’s 6th District is heavily Jewish or anything. That matters little to our bought-and-paid-for congresswoman. What really matters is that for their $44,380 investment in Bachmann, the Israeli/Jewish lobbyists, er, “educators,” have gotten a loud mouthpiece to drum up support for Israel among the evangelical Christian base."
Transparency statement regarding the August 2009 trip to Tel-Aviv can be found here:
And let us not forget that this timely reminder is just another propaganda piece to prime the sheeple for accepting an apocalyptic war with Iran...for israel's benefit of course.
These regime criminals are all guilty, only differentiated by the varying degrees of their culpability. In a perfect world, such treasonous bitches and bastards would be dragged through the streets before their mutilated corpses are hung in the public square. That they paid lip service to this or that pet issue of yours(in order to get your vote) does not merit mercy. To offer it is akin to letting the fox back in the hen house to resume his steady diet of poultry. We (or whoever picks up the pieces after we're gone) had better be smarter than that.