Friday, January 27, 2006

Who Was Most Surprised About The Hamas Landslide?

Hamas! That's who!

I'm kinda going off the cuff here, I normally read a few things, get some ideas, but not this time...

First off, let's not forget, Hamas was elected.

With democracy, we have to take the bad with the good.

Personally, I think the electors are misinformed, but I think California electors are just as clueless, so what are ya gonna do?

You can't think that Hamas ever wanted to be 'The Government.'

They are a terror organization, set on the destruction of Israel, plain and simple.

They put forth a great effort to get out the vote, and it snowballed on them.

Watch for every Democrat to go running to them to ask how they did it!

But anyway, like I was saying, do you really think Hamas wants to run the government?

Sure, it sounds like great fun, but building roads, managing the economy, and all those other things governments do, you know, besides destroying Israel, is not Hamas' cup of tea.

But who knows?

Maybe, given some responsibility, they may come through and show us they are ready to be good world citizens.

Like, you know, and not destroy Israel.

Now that Hamas is in the majority, they have a lot to think about.

For one, they are no longer 'just' a terror group that can hide under ground while their government makes nice with Israel.

Now they are the face of that government.

If they attack Israel on any level, they are out there for the world to see.

It's like this, last week Bin Laden mentioned a truce with the US.

A truce? With who? Al Qaeda is not a country! They are just a bunch of terrorists.

Hamas used to have that luxury, but no more.

For Israel, it is business as usual, Palestinian radicals want us eliminated, except now Palestine is directly run by those radicals.

Isn't that far better anyway? No more hiding, it's all out there for the world to see.

Lastly, Hamas is going to have to play nice now.

From where do the Palestinians get the most aid?

The US.

And if they go against our ally, Israel, where will that leave them?

Broke as hell, that's where.

If they don't play nice, they will have a war bigger than they can fight on their hands .

This conflict has been too hot, for too long.

I have my doubts about the strength of the world, but I don't think anyone will sit back and watch as a Hamas led Palestine try to take out Israel.

I am actually kinda optomistic about this.

I know some are saying that it looks strikingly similar to Germany electing Hitler.

And that is a good thing to say, because in my optimism, I will also suggest, don't take your eye off of Hamas for even a second.


Blogger martin said...

Yea. you got that right.

4:20 AM  
Blogger Pastorius said...

Good post. I'm in absolute agreement.

6:54 AM  
Blogger Cosmo Kramer said...

Oh so right Fu2rman, i am in total agreement. :-)

12:33 PM  

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