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"I have more Jewish grandchildren than anyone."
This is what America has become. A nation led by Israeli loving fifth columnists who will do ANYTHING to please their masters in Tel Aviv. Like Israeli-firster Speaker of the House Pelosi, who never misses a chance to kiss her Zionist Master's derrière. Here's a small sampling of Pelosi's traitorous activities performed in service to that racist and apartheid Jews only state of Hate, Israel: Start an illegal and immoral war in Iraq to protect Israel's flank? No problem. Run up huge debts to keep this immoral war for Israel going and going? No problem. Stick with the "official" story of how 9/11 was pulled off by some cave-dwelling madmen and not look at the overwhelming evidence that 9/11 was an inside job, pulled off by Zionists and Neocons? No problem. Appear at any number of Jews only conventions so that leaders like House Speaker Pelosi can show she can out-Jew even the Zionists in attendance? No problem. Repeat numerous Zionist lies about Iran's peaceful pursuit of nuclear power? No problem. Promise her Zionist Masters that she, Pelosi, the Speaker of the House and one of the most powerful women in America, will gladly invade another country, Iran, at Israel's behest? No problem. Getting tearfulwhen she talks about some member of the ZOF--Zionist Occupation Force--yet never mention in public the thousands and thousands of American kids she has sent to their deaths fighting wars for Israel? No problem. Electing to Congress Americans who put America first, second and third, and tell the world's most dangerous, violent and psychotic nation, Israel, that you're the problem and not the solution in the Middle East? PROBLEM.
Speaker Pelosi, Speaker Itzik talk tough on Iran at Hadassah conclave By Tom Tugend As the personification of women's empowerment, two of the most influential female politicians in the United States and Israel stood on the stage, greeted by the cheers of more than 1,800 delegates to the 94th national Hadassah convention. Nancy Pelosi, speaker of the House of Representatives, and Knesset Speaker Dalia Itzik had telling messages, embroidered with some warm personal touches. Pelosi let it be known that she was a mother of five and grandmother of seven, and later noted, "I have more Jewish grandchildren than anyone." (A pardonable exaggeration, since she has only two Jewish grandkids, who, however, serenade her with "Happy Birthday to You" in Hebrew.) Itzik couldn't quite match Pelosi, but countered with her three children, all Jewish. On the occasion, though, what was most on the minds of the two speakers was the threat posed by Iran's nuclear ambitions. "We must take the madmen in Tehran seriously," Itzik urged. "Their nuclear plans threaten not only Tel Aviv, but also New York and Los Angeles." Pelosi called for "far-reaching and tighter sanctions that recognize that Iran is a danger to the entire world," adding that global security "demands that Iran give up its nuclear ambitions." The San Francisco Democrat, who led a bipartisan congressional delegation to Israel in May to help celebrate the nation's 60th anniversary, demanded the return of Israeli hostages held by the Iran-supported Hamas and Hezbollah terrorists. She said that the wife of hostage Eldad Regev had presented her with a set of her husband's military dog tags. "I wore the dog tags when I was meeting the kings of Jordan and Saudi Arabia and the president of Syria," she said. Pelosi also warmly praised the work of the Hadassah Medical Organization and its two medical centers in Jerusalem. Noting that the Hadassah hospitals were open to anyone, regardless of race or religion, she told the delegates, "Hadassah accepts all patients, not because they are Jewish, but because you are Jewish." Pelosi also called for Jewish community support for a series of health-related bills, ranging from stem-cell research to Medicare reform, which passed both houses of Congress, but were vetoed by President Bush. "But it won't be long until these bills become law," she promised. "The next president will sign them." Hadassah's national president, Nancy Falchuck of Boston, standing between Pelosi and Itzik, referred to them jokingly as "Stereo Speakers" and praised them as pioneers who had shattered the glass ceilings in their respective countries. Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America, has some 300,000 women members in the United States and an additional 30,000 male associate members. The four-day convention at the Bonaventure Hotel ended Wednesday, July 16, after a crammed program of sessions, workshops and plenary addresses on current politics, the future of medicine, anti-Semitism, women's health, information technology, being green and projects in Israel. The opening event with Pelosi and Itzik concluded with a lengthy video presentation intertwining the histories of the State of Israel and Hadassah, from 1948 to the present.