> See want I mean about strategy? The US Left does not know how to
> think strategically, i.e, to put the pieces together in a coherent
> program that can address the whole gamut of issues. Instead, US left
> conducts contradictory practices: raises demands in regards to
> US/Israel, then turns around and supports the party that suppresses
> such demands.
So we support a candidate who, even with a miracle, won't get over 10%? That should strike fear into Sharon's heart.
And who, if he gets a large enough vote, will throw Bush right back into the White House -- and we know what a terror Bush is on Sharon.
See what I mean about strategy?
Jon Johanning // jjohanning at igc.org __________________________________ After the Buddha died, people still kept pointing to his shadow in a cave for centuries—an enormous, dreadful shadow. God is dead: but the way people are, there may be, for millennia, caves in which his shadow is still pointed to. — And we — we must still overcome his shadow! —Friedrich Nietzsche