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Netanyahu to Obama - Kiss my Jewish rear-end (UPDATED)

In so many words:

benjaminnetanyahu.jpgPrime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu was quick on the draw Thursday in voicing clear displeasure with President Barack Obama's mideast policy speech.

"Israel appreciates President Obama's commitment to peace," the response began, curtly. "Israel believes that for peace to endure between Israelis and Palestinians, the viability of a Palestinian state cannot come at the expense of the viability of the one and only Jewish state."
 
"That is why Prime Minister Netanyahu expects to hear a reaffirmation from President Obama of U.S. commitments made to Israel in 2004, which were overwhelmingly supported by both Houses of Congress." 
 
"Among other things," Netanyahu reminded Obama, "those commitments relate to Israel not having to withdraw to the 1967 lines which are both indefensible and which would leave major Israeli population centers in Judea and Samaria beyond those lines."
 
"Those commitments also ensure Israel's well-being as a Jewish state by making clear that Palestinian refugees will settle in a future Palestinian state rather than in Israel."
 
"Without a solution to the Palestinian refugee problem outside the borders of Israel, no territorial concession will bring peace."

"Equally, the Palestinians, and not just the United States, must recognize Israel as the nation state of the Jewish people, and any peace agreement with them must end all claims against Israel."

I remember well the reports during the Presidential campaign from media outlets expressing confidently that Barack Hussein Obama was his own man, that the virulently anti-Semitic and anti-Israel statements made by Obama's pastor of 20 years and by others affiliated with the church he attended and gave most of his charitable contributions to, would have no impact or influence over the man or his policies.

To which after today we should all be saying... bovine fecal matter.

The most radical President in history has just shored up those credentials by throwing Israel under the bus and by in effect siding with those sworn to see Israel destroyed.

This will not lead to peace.  Quite the contrary.  This President has stoked the fires.

Some might say purposely and nefariously. 

UPDATE: Hamas has weighed in and incredibly are saying that Obama's offer falls short.


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Comments (44)

Barry is about as qualified... (Below threshold)
Sep14:

Barry is about as qualified to settle things amicably in the mid-east as he was to receive a Peace prize, or create jobs, or stimulate the economy, or lead, or....Win reelection..

Fact is we are going to do ... (Below threshold)
glenn:

Fact is we are going to do to Israel what the West did to the Jews and the Eastern Europeans in the 30's. And if we do that will be the end of us. Any pretense of moral leadership in the world will vanish. And we'll be making excuses all the way to the gallows.

I've thought about this a b... (Below threshold)
docjim505:

I've thought about this a bit. I suppose that, to some extent, my support for Israel is knee-jerk: I grew up with it.

On the other hand, there's a pretty clear choice. I can support one of the two "countries":

(1) Stable democracy that doesn't really bother anybody unless they are attacked... which they are on a regular basis, or;

(2) Kleptocratic semi-dictatorship that straps suicide bombs to mentally handicapped people and celebrates the murder of innocent women and children. Oh, and the f*ckers cheered and danced in the streets on 9-11.

You know, that's actually not a hard decision to make!

Dear Mr. Netanyahu,<p... (Below threshold)
twolaneflash:

Dear Mr. Netanyahu,

Get in line!

signed,

America

"You know, that's actually ... (Below threshold)
Sep14:

"You know, that's actually not a hard decision to make!"

It is if you are used to doing things the Chicago way.

Yeah 911.. After that celebration who gives a .... what them worthless ..... want. Bulldozing them is way more peaceful then what they deserve.

Brings to my mind the actio... (Below threshold)
Burt:

Brings to my mind the actions of Jimmy Carter. He was the president that manipulated Israel into withdrawing from the Sinai. Probably got Sadat assassinated and gave credence to Arafat.

This is the sort of carp th... (Below threshold)
Sky Captain:

This is the sort of carp that makes people believe that BHO is a Muslim.

"....of U.S. commitments ma... (Below threshold)
DaveD:

"....of U.S. commitments made to Israel in 2004, which were overwhelmingly supported by both Houses of Congress."

Uh, Bibi, you must pay closer attention. Congress is irrelevant to this particular presiden. Obama will have his EO ready for your upcoming visit.

Obama just insured he will ... (Below threshold)
Gmac:

Obama just insured he will be a one term president.

He threw the one Democrat constituency that is not goverment dependent under the bus. The Jewish voting block as a whole has been reliably voting for the Democrats for decades, to have this (P)resident tell them they are going to give up the Golan Heights, Jerusalem and go to the pre-'67 borders is never going to happen. He has effectively severed the link Jews had to the Democrats by betraying their very existence to their enemies with his 'peace' proposal.

Smart move there Kemosabe, you'll find that suicide is not in the Jewish playbook, nor are their votes for his reelection.

Is it to late to give Pales... (Below threshold)
Matt:

Is it to late to give Palestine back to the Romans? England too?

How about we return Israel to the borders during the reign of King David or King Solomon?

If anything else, this spee... (Below threshold)
Stan:

If anything else, this speech shows how much of a closet Muslim, he really is. Even Jimmy Carter tried to put on a front of supporting Israel, but not Barry. He would rather support the terrorists that bomb and rocket innocent civilians in the name of Allah. Maybe his supporters in the state controlled media will finally get hit with a clue bat and start seeing what he really is. A dirty conniving low down skunk.

I can't wait til Bibi addre... (Below threshold)
Taxpayer:

I can't wait til Bibi addresses Congress next week.

Obama simply revived Arafat... (Below threshold)
John S:

Obama simply revived Arafat's plan to destroy Israel in stages. If you accept that Obama is a devout Muslim, everything he says and does makes perfect sense.

Even if you did not accept ... (Below threshold)
Sep14:

Even if you did not accept that Barry is a devout muslum, everything he says and does in relation to Israel proves that he is..

Barry... Ready too lead ( t... (Below threshold)
Sep14:

Barry... Ready too lead ( the joos into the dead Sea ) from day one!

Barry screwed the Hispanics... (Below threshold)
GarandFan:

Barry screwed the Hispanics on immigration. No problem. They'll give him money and vote for him again. Same with the Jewish people.

Netanyahu wants to continue... (Below threshold)
Chico:

Netanyahu wants to continue to grab Arab land and build settlements so that no Palestinian state is possible. With no Palestinian state possible, there will have to be some ethnic cleansing program to expel Arabs to Jordan or Syria, kill the rest and make the West Bank Arabrein.

The problem is that the USA takes the blame and foots the bill for Israel. They can do what they want as a sovereign state, but without tens of billions in US taxpayer money and our military muscle backing them up. Remember the Liberty and Pollard.

Chico,I'm curious.... (Below threshold)
Evil Otto:

Chico,

I'm curious... is there a standard leftist position you DON'T hold? I mean, you've often claimed not to be a leftist, and yet here you are spewing the same crap about the Liberty and "Arab land" that I can read on any leftist blog.

Otto:I never knew ... (Below threshold)
Chico:

Otto:

I never knew that objecting to other countries bombing U.S. Navy ships and stealing our nuclear secrets and selling them to the Soviet Union was a "leftist" position, but I don't keep up with your political correctness.

What I've said about the the USA being blamed for Israeli landgrabbing was also said by Gen. Petraeus.
http://www.haaretz.com/news/u-s-general-israel-palestinian-conflict-foments-anti-u-s-sentiment-1.264910

Is Pat Buchanan a "leftist?" According to you, yes.
http://www.amconmag.com/blog/2011/05/19/israel-in-a-post-american-era/

I guess to you, the "conservative" position is to put Israel first and the USA second or lower.

Please feel free to reply with your usual stream of angry insults and fact-free statements.

President Bush in 2005 said... (Below threshold)
Bruce Henry:

President Bush in 2005 said this:

"Any final status agreement must be reached between the two parties, and changes to the 1949 Armistice lines must be mutually agreed to. A viable two-state solution must ensure contiguity of the West Bank, and a state of scattered territories will not work."

What are the 1949 Armistice lines? The 1967 borders!

Which is exactly what Obama called for yesterday. I guess W was a "devout Muslim," too.

I never knew that object... (Below threshold)
cirby:

I never knew that objecting to other countries bombing U.S. Navy ships and stealing our nuclear secrets and selling them to the Soviet Union was a "leftist" position,

They weren't - twenty years ago. Nowadays, however, the left will make an alliance with pretty much any group in the world that espouses a collectivist philosophy, even if everything else that group says or does is on the evil side.

Note, for example, your claims. Of your two claims, one stopped being dramatically important to most of the world about twenty years back, and the other doesn't have much evidence behind it (mostly thin connections made by the sort of conspiracist who is mostly looking for one more reason to hate Israel)...

These were never important subjects to you here until right now - when it suited you to bring them up to attack the one country in the Middle East that has backed the US consistently over the decades.

Please feel free to repl... (Below threshold)
Evil Otto:

Please feel free to reply with your usual stream of angry insults and fact-free statements.

Gladly. Oh, I'm supposed to take you seriously, attention-whore? Sorry, but that's what you want, and I don't feel inclined to grant you enough respect to give it to you. You go right ahead... keep spouting those leftist cliches like the unthinking drone you are. I'll mock you for it.

Note, for example, your ... (Below threshold)
Chico:

Note, for example, your claims. Of your two claims, one stopped being dramatically important to most of the world about twenty years back, and the other doesn't have much evidence behind it (mostly thin connections made by the sort of conspiracist who is mostly looking for one more reason to hate Israel)...

They sold US nuclear secrets to the Soviet Union during the Cold War, and we're just supposed to forget it?
As for "conspiracists" and the Liberty, does that include the surviving crew of the USS Liberty? http://www.usslibertyveterans.org/
Does it include former DIA Middle East chief Col. Pat Lang? http://turcopolier.typepad.com/sic_semper_tyrannis/uss-liberty/ They all believe it was a deliberate attack.

These were never important subjects to you here until right now - when it suited you to bring them up to attack the one country in the Middle East that has backed the US consistently over the decades.

How does stealing our nuclear secrets and selling them to our deadliest adversary square with backing the US? How do they "back us?" What has Israel ever done for the USA? We give them tens of billions, for what? Them getting us involved in wars.

I know the Arabs sell us the oil which keeps our economy running, but Israel, what is it they do for us?

And some Jews will still vo... (Below threshold)
mag:

And some Jews will still vote for Obama or any democrat..I think some would even vote for Hitler if ran as a democrat. WHY???

I always admired Jewish people for their loyalty to each other, why not in this case, why do they vote for politicians (especially Obama) who are so against Israel???

"What has Israel ever done ... (Below threshold)
DaveD:

"What has Israel ever done for the USA? We give them tens of billions, for what? Them getting us involved in wars."

Those wars being......?

Netanyahu: Ok Obama. You fi... (Below threshold)
VagaBond:

Netanyahu: Ok Obama. You first. Give Alaska back to the Russians.

"This is the sort of [arrog... (Below threshold)
gary gulrud:

"This is the sort of [arrogance] that makes people believe that BHO is [the Antichrist]."

Payback for Clinton, Panetta, Gates and Daley over OBL.

Why is it that anytime a "t... (Below threshold)
Matt:

Why is it that anytime a "two state" solution is mentioned for Israel it seems to always be a plan that hurts Israel the most and would likely lead to its demise and ultimately a one state solution?

If the Palestinians are so hot for a Palestinian state, why don't they ask Egypt for the parts that abut their state? The Negev is pretty much empty except for various Bedouin bands and they should welcome their muslim brothers. They could ask Syria and Jordan for just a little space too, just a little, not much than a mile or two into their territory.

The simple truth is that th... (Below threshold)
hermie:

The simple truth is that there never was a nation called Palestine. It was made up because the Muslims thought they could easily defeat the Jews, so they persuaded those Muslims who had not sold the land to the Jews to simply leave when Muslim nations attacked Israel. Those who did sell land to Jews thought they would get it back when the wars wre over and the Jews were thrown out; keeping the money of course.

When those wars failed to push the Jews out, those that left the areas they used to live in became burdens on Jordan, Syria, etc. So they became 'Palestinians' and perpetuated the victim status for decades.

In reality they don't want a separate state, they want the place currently known as Israel. They don't want to live in peace but to take over what the Jews worked so hard to build since Israel's conception.

Vagabond made a good point.... (Below threshold)
WildWillie:

Vagabond made a good point. The Prime Minister should point out to congress on Monday that there is a sizable mexican population in this country and across the border that thinks the borders should be redrawn prior to Santa Anna. He should advise us to do that for peace. That would be great.

Brucy, as always you miss the key word in your little "proof". Mutually agreed upon. Not surprise, here is what you should do.

The jews will still fund Obama. That is why he is speaking to their contingent this Saturday.

Why does everyone know but Obama that the arabs, palestinians, Syrians want Israel gone? When England brought war ships and soldiers to fight us during our independence, did we give them the land back after the war even though the British lost? Hell no. The arabs made a huge mistake by invading and attacking Israel and they got their asses kicked. The spoils of war and all that. ww

Chico:They sold U... (Below threshold)
cirby:

Chico:
They sold US nuclear secrets to the Soviet Union during the Cold War

Not so much. The only sources I can find for that claim are, well, crazy-people websites.

You know, the sort of folks you'd ignore if they weren't supporting whatever silly point of view you decided to back this week. Like Rense.com, the original "source" for the "selling US nuclear secrets" BS you've decided to spout. It's also been picked up by a lot of the more idiotic neo-Nazi sites, though, so you know how far to the stupid side you're standing...

Instead of chasing the twin... (Below threshold)
WildWillie:

Instead of chasing the twinkling light Chico always uses to distract us. I would like to also remind you that Rev. Wright preached to Obama for 20+ years about the evil jews and zionism. Roosters, roost. ww

If it is appropriate for Is... (Below threshold)
Sky Captain:

If it is appropriate for Israel to pull back to its orginial borders, why isn't BHO calling for the US to pull back it its orginal borders (1787)?

I figure the lower number of states would be easier for BHO to remember (13 vs 57).

Never before 2008 was I ash... (Below threshold)
PBunyan:

Never before 2008 was I ashamed to be an American. Yesterday the shame and disqust I have been feeling these past 2+ years has risen by orders of magnitude. This should be an impeachable offense.

Pray for Isreal and America. The existance of both are threatened now.

American Jews will turn out... (Below threshold)

American Jews will turn out to vote for Obama no matter what he does to Israel, or, for that matter, Jews anywhere else. Their commitment to left-liberalism is stronger than any association with their history or their religion.

Sorry to say it, but you know it's true.

Things that will happen in ... (Below threshold)
PBunyan:

Things that will happen in the coming weeks and months will prove once and for all that the Nobel Peace Prize is a utter joke and the United Nations is not only a total failure, but actually pure evil.

Well, we all know it was ju... (Below threshold)
Patricia:

Well, we all know it was just a matter of time with our Muslim-loving [p]resident in the D.C. Mosque. The one democracy in the ME, (oops, there's that word "me") and off you go, goodbye. Has he actually earned his Nobel Peace Prize now?

Those wars being......?<... (Below threshold)
Chico:

Those wars being......?

Well, Lebanon 1983 to start. That was a result of Israel's 1981 invasion of Lebanon. There were even armed confrontations between U.S. Marines and Israeli troops, as the Israelis would not respect the peacekeeping boundaries.
http://gunnyg.blogspot.com/2007/03/israel-charged-with-systematic.html

Why we invaded Iraq is a mystery, but it's pretty clear that "securing Israel" was one of the reasons.

We still have a battalion of troops in Sinai.

Most Middle East experts think that US one-sided support of Israel is a strong motivator of Al Qaeda, so you could add Afghanistan, etc.

OK, I've answered your question, now answer mine: what does Israel do for the USA? Anything???? Again, at least the Arabs sell us oil.

They sold US nuclear secrets to the Soviet Union during the Cold War

Not so much. The only sources I can find for that claim are, well, crazy-people websites.

Like The New Yorker? http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/backissues/2011/01/back-issues-jonathan-pollard.html

Pollard has spent 25 years in prison, he must have betrayed the USA severely.

"OK, I've answered your que... (Below threshold)
DaveD:

"OK, I've answered your question, now answer mine: what does Israel do for the USA? Anything????"

• In 1952, as the Cold War got underway, U.S. Army Chief-of-Staff Omar Bradley called for the integration of Israel into the Mediterranean Basin area, in light of the country's location and unique capabilities.

• In 1967, Israel defeated a radical Arab, pro-Soviet offensive, which threatened to bring about the collapse of pro-American Arab regimes and disrupt oil supply, thus severely undermining the American standard of living. The U.S. gained valuable military information from analysis of captured Soviet equipment, including SAM-2, SAM-12, Mig-21 aircraft, and Soviet T-54 battle tanks. In fact, Israel gave an entire squadron of MiG-21s to the U.S. which was dubbed the “Top Gun” squadron and used by the U.S. Air and Naval forces for training purposes. Since 1967, Israel transferred captured Soviet weapons systems to the U.S. Pentagon after every conflict: 1967, 1967-70, 1973, 1982, 1990 (Scud remnants from the Gulf War), and 2006 (remnants of Iranian supplied missiles.

• In the 1967-1970 1000 Day War of Attrition, the IDF, armed with American aircraft successfully defeated a Soviet-supplied air defense system, pointing out the deficiencies in Soviet air-defense doctrine to US defense planners. Israel shared captured military equipment include P-2 radar and Soviet tanks with the U.S. military.

• In 1970, Israel brought about the withdrawal of Syrian forces from Jordan, at a time when the U.S. was tied up by wars in Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia, thus preventing the fall of the pro-American Hashemite regime and the installation of a pro-Soviet radical Palestinian terrorist regime.

• In 1973 – thanks to U.S. re-supply, but without U.S. forces, Israel defeated Soviet-trained and equipped Egyptian and Syrian forces. Israel again shared captured Soviet equipment, including T-62 battle tanks with the U.S. Israel emerged as the only reliable ally where U.S. troops could land, where U.S. equipment can be pre-positioned, where the U.S. has friendly port facilities (in Haifa and Ashdod) in the entire Middle East region. This too has saved the U.S. billions of dollars.

• 1970s - Joseph Sisco, a former U.S. Assistant Secretary of State, assistant to Secretary of State Henry Kissinger during the latter’s shuttle diplomacy, told the Israeli author and military expert, Shmuel Katz: “I want to assure you, Mr. Katz, that if we were not getting full value for our money, you would not get a cent from us.”

• In 1981, Israel bombed the Iraqi nuclear reactor at Osirak, delaying Saddam Hussein’s quest for nuclear weapons. It thus provided the U.S. with the option of engaging in conventional wars with Iraq in 1991 and 2003.

• The vice president General Dynamics which produces the F16 fighter jets has stated that Israel is responsible for 600 improvements in the plane's systems, modifications estimated to be worth billions of dollars, which spared dozens of research and development years.

• In 1982, Israel destroyed Soviet anti-aircraft batteries in Lebanon that were considered immune to American weapons. Israel promptly shared the operation's lessons, estimated to be worth billions of dollars.

• Former Secretary of State and NATO forces commander Alexander Haig has stated that he is pro-Israeli because Israel is the largest American aircraft carrier in the world that cannot be sunk, does not carry even one American soldier, and is located in a critical region for American national security.

• During the first Gulf War 1991, Israel provided invaluable intelligence, an umbrella of air cover for military cargo, and had personnel planted in the Iraqi desert to pick up downed American pilots.

• General George Keegan, former head of U.S. Air Force Intelligence has publicly declared that “Israel is worth five CIA’s.” He further stated that between 1974 and 1990, Israel received $18.3 billion in U.S. military grants. During the same period Israel provided the U.S. with $50-80 billion in intelligence, research and development savings, and Soviet weapons systems captured and transferred to the U.S.

• In 2005, Israel provided America with the world's most extensive experience in homeland defense and warfare against suicide bombers and car bombs. American soldiers train in IDF facilities and Israeli-made drones fly above the "Sunni Triangle" in Iraq, as well as in Afghanistan, providing U.S. Marines with vital intelligence.

• In September 2007, the IAF destroyed a Syrian-North Korean nuclear plant, extending the US’s strategic arm. It provided the US with vital information on Russian air defense systems, which are also employed by Iran. It bolstered the US posture of deterrence and refuted the claim that US-Israel relations have been shaped by political expediency.

• In 2009, Israel shares with the US its battle-tested experience in combating Palestinian and Hizbullah terrorism, which are the role model of anti-US Islamic terrorism in Iraq and Afghanistan. US GIs benefit from Israel’s battle tactics against car bombs, improvised explosive devices and homicide bombing. An Israel-like ally in the Persian Gulf would have spared the need to dispatch US troops to Iraq, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia.

• Israel has relayed to the U.S. lessons of battle (during the Cold War – Soviet military doctrine) and counter-terrorism (including aircraft security, homicide-suicide bombings) which reduce American losses in Iraq and Afghanistan, prevent attacks on U.S. soil, upgrade American weapons, and contribute to the U.S. economy. Without Israel, the U.S. would have been forced to deploy tens of thousands of American troops in the eastern Mediterranean Basin, at a cost of billions of dollars a year.

• Senator Daniel Inouye has recently (2005) argued Israeli information regarding Soviet arms saved the U.S. billions of dollars. The contribution made by Israeli intelligence to America is greater than that provided by all NATO countries combined, he said.

• Israel's utilization of American arms guarantees its existence, but at the same time gives U.S. military industries, such as Boeing and General Dynamics, a competitive edge compared to European industries, while also boosting American military production, producing American jobs, and improving America's national security. Japan and South Korea, for example, preferred the "Hawkeye" spy plane and the MD-500 chopper, both purchased and upgraded by Israel, over comparable British and French aircraft.

• The American industries want U.S. aid to Israel to continue. The bulk of the $1.8 billion in annual U.S. military aid to Israel must be spent in the United States. That provides jobs for some 50,000 U.S. workers. Virtually all of the $1.2 billion in annual economic aid goes for repayment of debt to the United States, incurred from military purchases dating back many years. This debt is now close to being liquidated.

• Innovative Israeli technologies have a similar effect on American civilian, including computer-related industries and agricultural industries, which view Israel as a successful research and development site.

• Members of the U.S. Congress leaders, then Vice President Dick Cheney, and then Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld are aware of Israel's unique contribution to U.S. interests. But, in fact, they all wonder why the post-1993 Israel does not use its impressive contribution as leverage, in sharp contrast to the pre-1993 Israel.

• In contrast to our commitments to Korea, Japan, Germany and other parts of the world, not a single American serviceperson needs to be stationed in Israel. Considering that the cost of one serviceperson per year – including backup and infrastructure – is estimated to be about $200,000 per year, and assuming a minimum contingent of 25,000 troops, the cost savings to the United States on that score alone are on the order of $5 billion a year.

As an added feature, they might even be able to sell us oil in the future, since that seems to be why you consider the Arab sphere beneficial to us.

.... History's least compet... (Below threshold)

.... History's least competent pretender to the presidency has just shored down those credentials by throwing Israel under the bus and by allying himself with those sworn to Israel's destruction ....

Buraq Hussayn may have fairground barker-ed a bit about betraying Bibi and his brethren but Buraq Hussayn doesn't speak for We, The (Sovereign American) People. Who are solidly on Israel's side!

DaveD,The stuff yo... (Below threshold)
Chico:

DaveD,

The stuff you listed, looks like it's from some other source, looks pretty stale to me. Out of 22 points, 12 are from 20 or more years ago.

The rest is just "meh." Like, since they buy U.S. weapons with our money and repay money we lent them with money we give them, it's supposed to make the taxpayer happy?

The rest is just quote from politicians and others saying how great they are, mostly about their "intelligence." Hey if their intelligence was so great, how come they didn't warn us about 9/11? Or tell us where Bin Laden was? Or just do anything that anyone ever heard of.

Chico,You asked and ... (Below threshold)
DaveD:

Chico,
You asked and I replied. You can take it or leave it. I don't much care really because I could have predicted your reply. I understand that the US and Israel have had their tense moments. You pointed that out and I might add in doing so you really didn't offer any new revelations either. I believe that Israel and the United States have a very mutually beneficial relationship for the most part. You will not change our minds and you are not convincing enough here on any consitent basis to change anyone elses mind. If you rationalize that by feeling we are closed minded you should realize also you carry the same baggage.

39. Posted by DaveD<p... (Below threshold)
Gmac:

39. Posted by DaveD

Nice history lesson, it seems that the resident village idiot, Chico who states: "The stuff you listed, looks like it's from some other source, looks pretty stale to me. Out of 22 points, 12 are from 20 or more years ago." has serious reading comprehension issues and likely has no idea that the statements you used are direct quotes from the people who were there as history was made.

Seriously Chico, you need to stop before you embarrass yourself any further with idiotic statements like that.

44 comments and a day later... (Below threshold)
Sep14:

44 comments and a day later Chico is still piling up the negs.




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