The Corner

That’s Funny, He Doesn’t Sound Jewish

A Noam Chomsky commenter has the guts to tell us what’s really going on:

The media gives space to the neo-cons as they are the zionist sponsored batch and the most extreme of the teabaggers. They are also as phony as the fundy Christian movement, another zionist started and lead fascist movement to promote zionist policy. The neo-con teabaggers’ purpose is to give zionist puppet obama and his merry corporate welfare crew some opposition to fool the wad with…

So, you say, why is “zionist puppet obama” so relaxed about Iranian nukes? Oh, don’t be so naive. Ayatollah Khamenei’s the biggest zionist neocon corporate teabagger of them all.

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