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The Carter Effect and Hamas’ endorsement
Posted by: McQ on Thursday, April 17, 2008

Well, that worked out well, didn't it:
Hamas terrorists have fired 12 rockets at Israel so far Thursday, causing fear but no concrete damage. Two rockets were fired at Sderot around 9 AM, with one landing in the city and one to the south, and another one hit the Eshkol region shortly after 10 AM.

Two Katyusha Grad rockets were fired towards the coastal city of Ashkelon, one in the early morning and another in the afternoon. Both fell short, causing no damage. Also this morning, including just before dawn, Kassams were fired towards Israel, landing in the Shaar HaNegev, Sdot Negev and Eshkol regions to the east of Gaza.
The Carter effect? Those numbers are down from Wednesday:
Some 30 Kassam rockets were fired by Gaza enemy at Israel on Wednesday, miraculously causing only minor damage and no casualties.
Meanwhile, Ahmed Yousef, the chief political advisor to the Prime Minister of Hamas let their political endorsement out of the bag:
Yousef said, "We like Mr. Obama and we hope he will win the election." Why? "He has a vision to change America."
Of course Yousef also called Carter a "noble man" who "did an excellent job as President." Huh. How about that. And no, I'm not questioning the characterization of Carter as a "noble man", I think he believes what he is doing is noble. I also think he is completely wrong - but excellent job as President - that's laughable.

Given that, it does seem to indicate what sort of person they hope will win the Oval office.

Barack Carter.
 
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"Some 30 Kassam rockets were fired by Gaza enemy at Israel on Wednesday,"
"Hamas terrorists have fired 12 rockets at Israel so far Thursday,"

Sheesh. How tough is it to count to 21? How do they expect to be a respected and recognized government if they can’t get the protocol right? Hoopefully they will get it right before Carter leaves.
 
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I dunno... From their perspective, I’m sure Carter was a freaking AMAZING president...
 
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How tough is it to count to 21? How do they expect to be a respected and recognized government if they can’t get the protocol right?
They just gave him two days worth of 21 rocket salutes. They only owed him 12 on Thursday.
 
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"They just gave him two days worth of 21 rocket salutes."

Oh. Right. Nice catch. That is very weird. Perhaps Florence Foster Jenkins is their protocol officer. )


 
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