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Old 12-07-2017, 09:44 PM
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But all will hear from our resident libs, will be that Trump does not keep his word.
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Originally Posted by KyDawg View Post
But all will hear from our resident libs, will be that Trump does not keep his word.
Actually 5 presidents before have endorsed Jerusalem as the capital, and not a one of them stood behind it. Trump will be the first one.

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Originally Posted by elfiii View Post
It upsets every "ally" we have except Israel because none of the rest of them have the boulders to do the right thing and acknowledge Israel has the right to designate it's capitol city. As far as claims on Jerusalem go the Israeli's claim goes back several thousand years, long before Islam was invented.

The "Palestinians" (which is a fake name for a bunch of no name disorganized bedouins that no other Arab country wants anything to do with) have no claim to it at all. They are basically nothing more than urban campers who got evicted when the owners came home from vacation.
"Boulders" - Trump is not a perfect man. But he is, at least a manly man. Apt description. We've had peas in the White House for too long.
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