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But the questions are.
I'm sure some Americans would like answers.
No, the questions aren't. The questions reflect your creepy little basement view of the world, nothing more.
Go log in to Stormfront, they miss you.
Redundant. You're already here.
The questions are rhetorical and apply to both parties.
The answers are Michele Bachmann and Ron Paul.
Now go Canuck yourself.
Now we're getting somewhere; Ron Paul - Yes! The only America-firster, but the party hates him.
Bachmann? Haven't you Americans had your fill of fundies yet?
Michele Bachmann's Hazardous Love for Israel
By Jeffrey Goldberg
Michele Bachmann, the Minnesota congresswoman and Republican candidate for president, is making a muscular showing in the polls. She is telegenic. She is clever. Some of her Republican opponents worry she may be unstoppable.
But never fear, oh Republican opponents of Michele Bachmann: I’ve devised a fail-safe way to bring her to a state of cognitive paralysis. This method will require some travel on her part. Bachmann’s destination: the Tel Aviv gay-pride parade.
Bachmann is unwaveringly opposed to what she refers to as the gay “lifestyle.” Her husband, Marcus, runs a counseling practice devoted in part to the straightening- out of gay people. Bachmann herself told an audience not long ago, “It’s a very sad life. It’s part of Satan, I think, to say this is gay. It’s anything but gay.”
So a gay-pride parade in New York or San Francisco might induce in Bachmann some uncomplicated feelings, such as revulsion and loathing. But Tel Aviv is a different story. Because Tel Aviv is in Israel -- a country that, in Bachmann’s view, was placed on earth by God to fulfill his ultimate purpose.
Bachmann has built her foreign-policy platform on the nuance-free defense of Israel. She does this not because Israel is a strategic ally, or because it’s a democracy, but because the Bible states that God will curse those who betray it... [link to www.bloomberg.com
Bachmann Lived on Kibbutz, Staunchly Pro-Israel
01 Jul 2011 By Jim Meyers
For Rep. Michele Bachmann, staunch support for Israel is a personal matter: Teenage Bachmann spent a summer working on a kibbutz in Israel.
Michele Bachmann, Israel, kibbutzThe 55-year-old Minnesota Republican, founder of the House Tea Party Caucus and a candidate for the GOP presidential nomination in 2012, went to Israel in 1974, immediately after graduating from high school. Her mission was sponsored by Young Life, a Christian ministry.
“I always had this love and appreciation for Israel because I was a Christian,” Bachmann, who was raised as a Lutheran, said in an interview with Matthew Continetti, opinion editor of The Weekly Standard. “It’s the foundation of our faith. All of the Bible is about Israel.” [link to www.newsmax.com