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This is Sparta ... uh oh America, not Israel!

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This is Sparta ... uh oh America, not Israel!
American Hero Hagel Gets Hammered by Israel First U.S. Senator Lindsay Graham

The U.S. Senate is currently grilling one of president Obama’s most controversial choices for a key job in his team.

Chuck Hagel is being quizzed on everything from relations with Israel and the Arab world to his view of women in the military, during his confirmation hearing to be the new Defense Secretary.

Here, check out Lindsay Graham attacking Hagel for his statement that he is a U.S. Senator, NOT a Senator from Israel. How dare he? Shame on him! Right folks! American Senator? What is this Hagel guy thinking?

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Apparently, Graham, in support of his assigns at AIPCAC, does NOT really get the irony of his attack. Isn’t that special?

Oh and now, check this out. RT’s Gayane Chichyakyan explains why certain political groups are so against his nomination. The attack ad against Hagel is especially fun and the American people are once again victims to marketing from a foreign power.

Gotta love it….3 Cheers for the Israel first producers, The Emergency Committee for Israel at www.CommitteeForIsrael.com. Go ahead and click on that link. And then send these Anti-American jerk offs a note that we’re all over them like a Euro-Bagel on Zionist cream cheese! This is America, NOT Israel!

“Hagel has been forced by the circumstances attending his nomination to recant most of his earlier positions, and even to apologize for some, despite the fact that all were both honest and accurate. These people who put him in that position need to look in their mirrors, review their oaths of office and remember both their citizenship and their sworn responsibility to the American people – and then reflect on the consequences of betrayal.” Alan Sabrosky