Thursday, May 15, 2008

Ashkelon Rocket Attack launched from what used to be Dugit

To all of those disengagement supporters what do you say now? The disengagement was supposed bring security and yet, now Ashkelon is under rocket fire from the very Jewish towns that were evacuated. Can anyone in their right mind still think that the disengagement was a success? Will any disengagement supporters apologize?


Garnel Ironheart said...

The problem is bigger than that. The landing of a rocket in a dense population area like that provoked aboslutely no meaningful response. Even if, chas v'shalom, people had been killed, there would have been no response to avoid upsetting Bush and Rice during their big trip.
The problem is that no one is marching on the Knesset and screaming for the government to either do something or make way for someone who will. No one is protesting ever time Olmert and Barak appear in public. And the papers put it on page 15.
That's the real problem.

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