Edward Abington: political prostitute

Written by David Ben-Ariel

"The American Diplomat in Arafat's Corner," published in The Jerusalem Report, came as no surprise to me. It was referring to Edward Abington, Jr.,repparttar United States' former consul general in Jerusalem who is now "guidingrepparttar 149686 Palestinians throughrepparttar 149687 labyrinths of Washington. And his firm is being paid $2.25 million for his expertise."

Allowrepparttar 149688 following information to shed light on his less than faithful service to American taxpayers:

"Dear Congresswoman Kaptur: Thank you for your valuable assistance in my pursuit of justice! It's wonderfully refreshing to see some public servants truly helping out their fellow Americans.

It's obvious from Mr. Abington, Jr.'s letter to you that he has strongly held political views that prefersrepparttar 149689 continued occupation of JUDAISM'S MOST HOLY SITE -repparttar 149690 Temple Mount - by militant Muslims. Such radical views enablerepparttar 149691 Muslim extremists to continue to pose a threat to religious Jews and Christians who merely hope to pray onrepparttar 149692 site...

However historically or biblically inaccurate Mr. Abington, Jr's views are, I believe he is entitled to them. I do not believe his personal views ought to interfere with his public duty. It appears he has DELIBERATELY IGNORED every relevant FACT that PROVED my arrest amounted to political and religious PERSECUTION.

As honestly reported in The Jerusalem Post article he referred to, I wasn't interrogated...by 6 different SECRET SERVICEMEN aboutrepparttar 149693 TEMPLE MOUNT because of an "expired visa!" I charged Ms. Leech (his assistant) with complicity in their unjust actions against me for going along with their lie that my visa was expired and for turning a blind eye to their undemocratic ways. I'd given her a letter for Mr. Abington, Jr. to PROTEST MY POLITICAL ABUSE AND RELIGIOUS MISTREATMENT. Since he never bothered to respond, I'm not sure he even received it.

Uniting Americans

Written by J.J. Jackson

Liberals are fretting over who President Bush will nominate to replace a retiring Justice Sandra Day O’Connor. For themrepparttar prospect of Justice O’Connor who has only at times been a friend torepparttar 149685 Constitution being replaced with a truly qualified Supreme Court Justice is terrifying. She has flirted with liberal ideology enough over her tenure thatrepparttar 149686 left has gone from completely opposed to her to promotingrepparttar 149687 need to replace her in kind becauserepparttar 149688 mere thought of her replacement being torepparttar 149689 “right” of this “moderate” brings them feelings of dread and despair. At least with a “moderate” onrepparttar 149690 court like Justice O’Connor they can still win victories for their ideology.

Sorepparttar 149691 liberals are out in force calling for a nominee that will unite America. And to be honest, I agree … somewhat.

When liberals talk about “uniting” America they mean someone that is agreeable to all sides be they right or wrong. The problem is however that this isn’t possible. You cannot nominate someone that is acceptable to constitutionalists like my self who seek a nominee that will actually enforcerepparttar 149692 law and not make law and also someone that atrepparttar 149693 same time is acceptable to those that want a nominee who will create a new law and then enforce that new law. Sorry, but it just isn’t going to happen.

I don’t find it odd that this isrepparttar 149694 vain tactic ofrepparttar 149695 left; to call for unity of all ideas no matter how opposed they are to each other. But where wasrepparttar 149696 call from these same elite liberals when a then President Bill Clinton put up for nomination famous rewriter ofrepparttar 149697 Constitution Ruth Bader Ginsberg? I don’t remember them asking Bill Clinton to nominate a Justice that was acceptable to us Constitutionalists and “unite” America. And that is because they didn’t.

But like I said before, I do sort of agree that we need to unite America with Justice O’Connor’s replacement. President Bush should nominate someone that is able to “unite” Americans but realizing that just because people live here and claim citizenship here that they are not necessarily “Americans”.

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