On Tuesday, we apparently had a pro-Hamas rally in downtown Wilkes-Barre. I really wouldn't have known about it except I listened to Corbett on my commute home yesterday. Well, truth be told, it was Corbett and a few hundred terrorist apologists that called in that I listened too.
I am curious as to what Corbett and said apologists think happened over there. Do they think that one day Israel just decided to launch air and ground assaults in Gaza? Israel began prosecuting this campaign after a few thousand rockets were fired at them. What the fook did Hamas think would happen? They must have forgotten that Israel doesn't fight according to world public opinion like America has since Vietnam. I liken Hamas to the little kid that throws rocks at a hornet nest and can't understand why he got stung.
If you listen to the apologists, you'll hear them all say that only a few Israelis were killed or injured. I ask those farktards, do you really think Hamas wouldn't have liked a higher death toll? If those asshats had ever learned how to shoot or had better weapons systems and killed thousands with the thousands of missiles they have fired, would you still be sympathetic? Would Israel's response still seem over the top?
The one basic fact that the apologists/sympathizers always seem to forget is that only one of the belligerents in this conflict has sworn to totally eradicate the other. Hamas has always stated that as their dearest wish, not Israel. Another basic difference between the two is that Israel doesn't store and fire their weapons while surrounded by women and children to insure casualty counts designed to garner world sympathy.
Perhaps we should have Jimmy Carter go give the terrorist leaders a handjob again and see if they settle down or maybe Israel should just wipe them right the fook out and be done with it.