Thursday, September 4, 2008

'Palin told AIPAC she wants stronger Israel ties'

How long before Palin makes the obligatory trip to the wailing wall, wearing a yarmulka and repeating verbatim whatever her Zionist masters want her to?

Not to be outdone by some shiksa, Joe Boy Lieberman, the Democrat, er, Independent, uh, Republican Senator representing Tel Aviv, pleased Zhid Central by speaking at the RNC love fest.

"Hey Sarah, besides swallowing a bunch of lies, did you swallow anything else during your smoozing with AIPAC and was it GLATT KOSHER?

Abe Foxman must be drooling over the prospects of having this babe in ADL's bed.

A "private" session with the quisling, Joe Boy Leiberman? Did he have that old man smell or just that old man taste, Sarah?

'Palin told AIPAC she wants stronger Israel ties'

By Haaretz Service and Reuters

U.S. Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin told the pro-Israel lobby AIPAC on Tuesday that she would "work to expand and deepen the strategic partnership between U.S. and Israel," the group's spokesman told the Wall Street Journal on Wednesday.

According to the Wall Street Journal, Palin spent Tuesday in her hotel suite with campaign aides working on her speech at the Republican Convention scheduled for Wednesday. Sources familiar with her schedule said that she also had a private session with Jewish Senator Joe Lieberman.

Lieberman, a democrat and former vice presidential nominee, has come out in support of the Republican ticket, saying in his speech Tuesday "Governor Palin, like [presidential candidate] John McCain, is a reformer, that's why I sincerely believe the real ticket for change is the McCain-Palin ticket."

"I'm here to support John McCain because country matters more than party," Lieberman added. "John McCain's whole life testifies to a great truth: being a Democrat or a Republican is important. But it is not more important than being an American."

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