Home > Uncategorized > GOP senator favors cutting US aid to Israel

GOP senator favors cutting US aid to Israel

Rand Paul stands up to that festering, Semitically septic wound in the middle east. Note how the Jew pole-smoking ‘Pudlickins quickly move to thwart any effort to stop extorting money from your pocket so the  monetary succubus known as Israel can continue to draw the lifeblood from American taxpayers.

Just another example of why the Republican party is no more than a Kosher chorus line of lisping faggots, perpetually bent at a 90 degree angle in order to satisfy their hooked-nosed masters. These are the precious daisies that are going to save our country? It’s to laugh.

Avoid these CON-servative cowards like a meth-addicted nigger prostitute with the clap. Mock them. Ridicule them. And hopefully someday, we can hang them.

GOP senator favors cutting US aid to Israel

Rand Paul, Kirsten Gillibrand, John Thune, Thomas Carper, Scott Brown AP – From left, Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y., Sen. John Thune, R-S.D., Sen. Thomas …
By DONNA CASSATA, Associated Press Donna Cassata, Associated Press Fri Jan 28, 4:10 pm ET

WASHINGTON – Tea party-backed Republican Sen. Rand Paul favors cutting U.S. aid to Israel as part of a deficit-driven effort to slash government spending by $500 billion this year, drawing criticism from Democrats and Republicans who argue the U.S. must be unwavering in its support for the longtime Mideast ally.

The freshman Kentucky lawmaker unveiled his budget proposal this week that would make significant cuts in education, housing and energy while reducing money for wars in Afghanistan and Iraq by $16 billion. Paul’s plan also would cut some $20 billion in overseas aid, and he said he wants to eliminate the $3 billion the United States provides to Israel annually in foreign military assistance.

“The overwhelming majority of Americans agree with Senator Paul — our current fiscal crisis makes it impossible to continue the spending policies of the past,” Paul spokesman Gary Howard said in a statement responding to the criticism. “We simply cannot afford to give money away, even to our allies, with so much debt mounting on a daily basis.”

The latest economic forecast puts the deficit at a record $1.5 trillion.

Paul explained his position in an interview with CNN on Wednesday, saying he respects Israel as a Democratic nation but feared funding an arms race in the Mideast. His proposal drew a swift response from Republicans and Democrats.

“We share Senator Paul’s commitment to restraining the growth of federal spending, but we reject his misguided proposal to end U.S. assistance to our ally Israel,” said Matthew Brooks, executive director for the Republican Jewish Coalition, in a statement Thursday. The organization counts several former senior Bush administration officials on its board of directors.

Rep. Nita Lowey of the New York, the top Democrat on the House Appropriations subcommittee that oversees foreign aid, said the United States cannot renege on its commitment to the only Democratic nation in a dangerous region.

“Using our budget deficit as a reason to abandon Israel is inexcusable,” Lowey said in a statement. “It is unclear to me whether Rand Paul speaks for the tea party, the Republican Party or simply himself. I call on all those who value the U.S.-Israel relationship to make it clear that our nation will not abandon our ally Israel.”

The United States has stood staunchly with Israel for decades, through various governments in Washington and Jerusalem. The United States and Israel signed a memorandum of understanding several years ago to ensure Israel’s military edge in the region. Under the agreement, Israel received $2.8 billion in U.S. dollars in the last fiscal year and is slated to get $3 billion in the current year.

The agreement calls for $3.1 billion in U.S. funds to Israel over a five-year period beginning with the next budget.

Last November, Vice President Joe Biden met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and told the Jewish Federation of North America that the Obama administration “represents an unbroken chain in American leaders who have understood this critical strategic relationship.”.

The steadfast support for Israel is widespread in Congress and Paul’s proposal is certain to face strong opposition. In a fresh example of that support, six senior members of the House sent a letter to President Barack Obama imploring him to promise a veto of a pending U.N. resolution that condemns Israel and urging him to pressure Palestinian leaders to negotiate directly with Israel.

Signing the letter were House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, R-Va.; House Democratic Whip Steny Hoyer, D-Md.; Foreign Affairs Chairwoman Ilena Ros-Lehtinen, R-Fla.; the panel’s top Democrat, Rep. Howard Berman of California, and the heads of the committee’s subcommittee on the Middle East, Reps. Steve Chabot, R-Ohio and Gary Ackerman, D-N.Y.


  1. January 29, 2011 at 8:59 am

    This is hilarious! The first comment is from a jew in the RJC,
    Paul is 100% correct we are funding an arms race that has no benefit to the US. This is a holy war that we do not belong in. If anything we are on the wrong side of that war.

    My republican friends always think I am pro muslim when I say we must stop funding israel. The truth is, I say let them kill each other. If we stop supporting the war maybe we will not be targeted by terrorist. Or if we stop funding the jews, I bet dollars to bagels we will start seeing jew terrorist popping up.

  2. srdavidson
    January 29, 2011 at 1:52 pm

    Tell those Republicans about the USS Liberty, the Levan Affair, or the endless espionage these Jew parasites have committed on the US and they will stick their pudgy digits in their ears and grow hypocritically silent. These myopic patriotards can’t see/think behind their Beckian numb-skulled paradigm of Jew=good–Muslim=Bad.

    This is why the Republican party is a complete dead-end for White people. These puffy, Rush Limpdick worshiping catamites concern themselves only with their bank accounts and image. Really, what is the difference between these scabs and the Democrats? They are both for Anti-White hiring practices, open borders, outsourcing, forced integration, etc.

    We Whites need to shed this racially impeding drag-weight. They only serve as a safety valve for disenfranchised Whites. that’s the modus operandi of these blowhards. They need to be attacked at/on every front and called out as the mewling Hebe-whores that they are.

  1. No trackbacks yet.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: