February 24, 2006, - 5:41 pm

Pro-Hezbollah Congressman Supports Ports Deal

I’ve given so many reasons why the is bad (, , , , and ).
Now there’s another reason: Darrell Issa a/k/a “Jihad Darrell.” I’ve written about the Republican U.S. Congressman from San Diego ad nauseam (here, here, and ), and in response, he spent tax payer funds to put together and disseminate (not a very effective one).
He is an unabashed supporter of Hezbollah (called the terrorist group that murdered 300 U.S. Marines and civilians, “legitimate resistance,” “humanitarian,” and “farmers”), and–when he was still alive–Yasser Arafat (who Issa said had a “great sense of humor” and would let “you eat the food off his plate.”). Jihad Darrell also voted to condemn Israel for building a fence to keep out terrorists and opposed the Syrian Accountability Act. And, oh yeah, he .

Jihad Darrell: Pro-Hezbollah Rep. Darrell Issa Supports Ports Deal

Now, Issa is supporting the DP World deal to control 6 of our major ports, and claims the rest of us are prejudiced against Arabs. I’ve already written about that supports the Ports. Now, there’s Jihad Darrell to boot.
Paraphrasing the old adage, you can tell a lot about others by the company they keep. And so far, the company Dubai Ports World is keeping in this country tells us this deal is simply terrible for America.

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Proof that not all the asshats are Democrats.

Ripper on February 25, 2006 at 4:31 pm

P. Buchanan’s recent article (WND.com) about the port matter has gotten the point wrong.
Other recent writers/pundits (not D.Schlussel) have made the same error in judgement about the enemy.
We Americans are not antiArab
One can be Arab and not Islamic.
One can be Cuban and not Marxist.
One can be German and not sickLiberal/Nazi.
One can be AmerIndian and not Pagan.
One can be American and not Sodomite/secularHumanist.
One can NOT “re-consider or have a Reformation” of Quran/Hadith and continue a Muslim – you have crossed the line to “Infidel” and are
marked for execution (by ShariaLaw) as an apostate.
Enough Americans (hence the “FriendOrFoe radar” hit driving the 22 ports matter)understand that Islam is not a religion but an ideology and as such the IslamicNation has returned to its’
historic quest (aka,Caliphate_Returns) to destroy all who oppose its’ world conquest agenda -“convert or die, infidel”.
We Americans are anti-IslamicNation and by extension we Americans are anti-IsalmicNazism/Marxism (fascism is too “nice
Where IslamicNazism/Marxism = advocating the Islamic state socialist agenda (rule by oligarchs, aka Sheiks).
Regardless of “all the other peaceful Muslims”, the Islamic state is not peaceful nor is it benign.
It decieves its “non-Muslim friends” and Quran/Hadith encourges all of
its'”soldiers” to deceive the “Infidels” whenever and whereever necessary.
When Islam considers me (hello Infidels!!) their enemy then it is only prudent for me to consider them as the same and act accordingly.
Have you seen the latest “IslamicNazi” poster on the InterNet -“God Bless Hitler” ?
The historical connection of Islam to Nazism/Marxism/Socialism is there for those who are not aware of it or not convinced by the
facts (see C.Morse’s “Nazi Connection to Islamic Terrorism”).
The Grand Mufti Amin al-Husseini (akin to Cardinal or Bishop) of Jerusalem (circa 1936-48 and Yassar Arafat’s uncle) was the main
architect of A.Eichman’s “Final Solution” methods.
He was a driving force to murder all European Jews rather than deport them to British Palestine or other non-European countries.
We are at war with the IslamicNation (Caliphate_Returns).
Bush is wrong to suggest this is a “War on Terror”.
It is the “3nd Islamic War” and to try and foist the notion that Islam is a “religion of peace” is “aiding and abetting the enemy”.
We are at war with Islam(Nation) and that recognition is what’s driving the common sense furor against Bush’s globalist machinations which are at their root – against American sovernty.
carl schade

F.Marrion on February 25, 2006 at 10:26 pm

This is not an apartheid river http://caricatura.ru/black/sergeev/pic/624.jpg

InplainviewMonitor on February 25, 2006 at 11:47 pm

Tht’s budget / trade deficit, stupid.
D.Ignatius. Taste of the Future http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2006/02/23/AR2006022301412.html
The furor over Dubai is misplaced on so many levels, but let’s start with the supposed terrorist threat. Military and CIA officials will tell you privately that the United Arab Emirates is among the most effective intelligence partners the United States has today in the Arab world.
…the idea that by purchasing the British company that has been managing six U.S. ports, Dubai Ports World is somehow opening the door to terrorism is, frankly, racist.
The real absurdity here is that Congress doesn’t seem to realize that an Arab-owned company’s management of America’s ports is just a taste of what is coming. Greater foreign ownership of U.S. assets is an inevitable consequence of the reckless tax-cutting, deficit-ballooning fiscal policies…
The best quick analysis I’ve seen of the fiscal squeeze comes from New York University professor Nouriel Roubini, in his useful online survey of economic information, http://www.rgemonitor.com .
Until recently, he writes, the United States has been financing its trade deficit through debt — namely, by selling U.S. Treasury securities to foreign central banks. That’s scary enough — as it has given big T-bill holders such as China and Saudi Arabia the ability to punish the U.S. dollar if they decide to unload their reserves.
But as Roubini says, foreigners may decide they would rather hold their dollars in equity investments than in U.S. Treasury debt.
The worst thing that could happen to the United States, paradoxically, would be for Arab and other foreign investors to take us at our xenophobic word and decide that America doesn’t really want foreign investment. If they pulled out their money, U.S. financial markets would plummet in a crash that might make 1929 look like a sleigh ride.

InplainviewMonitor on February 26, 2006 at 11:20 am

2006-02-26 George Will and political cursing http://inplainview.monitor.us.tt/

InplainviewMonitor on February 26, 2006 at 1:19 pm

In plain sight; what’s the connection between (Ivr R. at the j.d.l.) and Darrell Mr. all knowing inplainsight?teach us!

danny on February 27, 2006 at 5:19 pm

I was wondering which side of Pat Buchanan’s split personality would comment on this, and indeed he’s left his “Is that guy on something?” side at the door this time and Buchanan the legend is back in action. He was on point and didn’t pull any punches. I bet he’s really enjoying himself, because for all his isolationist excesses, the line between conservatives and Bush groupies he warned about is starting to become more apparent. This is really a three-way political battle. I’m not talking about the dying Old Right represented by Buchanan, they’re out of the picture already (with the exception of Serge Trifkovic). A new generation of real conservatives like Debbie Schlussel, Michelle Malkin, Robert Spencer, and the most powerful and respected member of this school, Tom Tancredo, will hopefully take the reigns of the Republican party. And hopefully, people like Jihad Darrell will be a thing of the past.

KnightoftheImpaler on February 28, 2006 at 2:18 am

Knight….blah….:……”And hopefully,people like Darrell will be a thing of the past.”dream on.

danny on February 28, 2006 at 5:14 pm

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