March 20, 2007, - 11:16 am
By Debbie Schlussel
With suicide car bombs going off every day, and internecine warfare between feuding Muslims escalating, you’d think the most important issue facing Iraq’s Maliki government would be law enforcement or getting the Iraqi Army in shape. Or even just keeping electricity and utilities working beyond a few hours a day.
But you would be wrong.
Instead, as Jerusalem Post investigative reporter Micheal Freund writes, the most important issue–the one the Iraqi government is putting great energy into–is the Arab Boycott of Israel.
So glad they’ve have their priorities straight. And, FYI, the boycott is being enforced against U.S. companies–companies YOU–the American Taxpayer–is financing to HELP this backassward country get back on its feet. This is what our soldiers are dying for?! Yet again, no good deed goes unpunished. (And, as I’ve detailed repeatedly on this site, it’s illegal for U.S. companies to abide by the Arab boycott of Israel.)
Read Michael’s entire report on this absurdity. And read his blog, too.
**** UPDATE: Cox & Forkum has a nice cartoon to go along with this.
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