How would the founding fathers deal with Israel?

#1 Posted by willtsherman (667 posts) -

So recently congress has approved to give Israel $225 million dollars for Israel's defense. It has been quite obvious that over the years the US government has supported Israel. Recently Howard Stern made a claim that if you are anti-Israeli you are anti-American. My question is, how would the original founders of the US felt about the current situation and how would they have dealt with it?

#3 Edited by airshocker (29697 posts) -

Considering Jefferson was one of the first US Presidents to realize fundamental Islam would be a world problem, I have a feeling they'd support Israel.

#4 Posted by always_explicit (2914 posts) -

If they had any sense they would ignore it and mind their own damn business.

#5 Posted by Boddicker (2745 posts) -

@always_explicit said:

If they had any sense they would ignore it and mind their own damn business.

Beat me to it.

At this rate we should go ahead and make Israel the 51st state.

#6 Posted by LJS9502_basic (151104 posts) -

The founding fathers had enough to do with this country...

#7 Posted by Aljosa23 (24995 posts) -

Some of the founding fathers hated Jews so they wouldn't care about Israel.

#8 Posted by udUbdaWgz1 (631 posts) -

they'd be smart enough to realize that israel is a nation of the one and only true god that is constantly attacked by evil men and would support them by all means.

what do i say? lol, one small little non-muslim nation surrounded by a bunch of evil cowards. you want to attack me then get ready to reap the consequences that i bestow.

#9 Posted by willtsherman (667 posts) -

@udubdawgz1 said:

they'd be smart enough to realize that israel is a nation of the one and only true god that is constantly attacked by evil men and would support them by all means.

what do i say? lol, one small little non-muslim nation surrounded by a bunch of evil cowards. you want to attack me then get ready to reap the consequences that i bestow.

That last part sums up Israel's cowardice towards small little Gaza.

#10 Posted by AmazonTreeBoa (16745 posts) -

The founding fathers wouldn't even know there was a war yet. Took a long time back then to cross the ocean, so they wouldn't have received the news yet.

#11 Edited by udUbdaWgz1 (631 posts) -

@willtsherman: lol, if you allow evil to take over your home, then, you will suffer alongside that evil when good confronts them and you will have no justification.

of course, those in control of "gaza" are evil and so your point is invalid.

#12 Edited by willtsherman (667 posts) -

@udubdawgz1: Exactly those in control, aka the zionists occupying it are evil

#13 Posted by Serraph105 (28082 posts) -

Did somebody not appreciate my post about why it would be irrelevant to ask the founding fathers such a question?

Or does glitchspot eat posts now?

#14 Posted by willtsherman (667 posts) -

@Serraph105: I remember seeing this topic say you posted last but no post was available. I always appreciate your posts.

#15 Posted by TehFuneral (8051 posts) -

I think Benjamin Franklin would have supported a two state solution with the original borders of (1976?)

#16 Edited by udUbdaWgz1 (631 posts) -

@willtsherman: lol, "gaza" lets hamas and other fools who hate israel and want them annihilated as a race control their plot of land and will reap from those cowardly choices.

#17 Posted by TehFuneral (8051 posts) -

@udubdawgz1: this post reeks with political ignorance.

#18 Posted by udUbdaWgz1 (631 posts) -

@TehFuneral: lol, simple truth is the bane of the foolish.