Back in 2004, the well known dhimmicat and terrorist apologist and appeaser, Neil Abercrombie of Hawaii warned army generals in 2004 that Israeli-made bullets purchased by the U.S. Army should be used for training only, not to fight Muslim guerrillas in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Since the Army has other stockpiled ammunition, “by no means, under any circumstances should a round [from Israel] be utilized,” Abercrombie.
Has he slithered away in embarrassment from his controversial proclamation? Nope. Like every useful idiot, proven wrong he redoubles his efforts. Atlas Shrugs reports that in a vote to suspend aid to Hamas, there was one lone NO VOTE – Rep. Abercrombie. He also was one of 8 members who voted â€œNoâ€ on this summer’s House resolution defending Israelâ€™s right to defend itself against Hezbollah.
Alright, just another liberal nut case voted in by the clueless majority in a sate even more left than California â€“ both politically and geographically. So what harm can t his putz do?
A lot. You see, heâ€™s the top Democrat on the House of Representatives Armed Services subcommittee with jurisdiction over land forces. He is also a member of the Readiness Subcommittee.
Which makes him a very dangerous dhimmicrat.
Meanwhile, under the noses of our politically correct leaders in Congress, US troops and Iraqis Share Taste for Israeli Beer.
A close inspection of photos from inside the Mosul villa where Qusay and Uday were shot dead by American troops last month reveals beer bottles and a candy wrapper with what looks suspiciously like Hebrew lettering. Ironically, Saddam Husseinâ€™s sons and grandson may have spent their last hours consuming the products of the hated Zionist state. In another odd twist, the troops of the US 101st airborne division may have cracked open beer of the same Macabbee brand while laying Saddamâ€™s heirs to siege.
The sudden demand in Iraq for Israeli six-packs owes much to the dearth of beer manufacturing in the strictly Muslim Persian Gulf region and the dry heat raging in Baghdad, Tikrit, Mosul and Basra, which makes an iced beer a favorite thirst-quencher for the close to 150,000 American GIs and 15,000 British troops sweltering there in full combat gear. Many Iraqis, too, have taken advantage of the new openness to their geographical west and cultivated a taste for the Israeli brew. To meet the demand, trucks, loaded with beer produced in Israeli breweries working round the clock, roll nearly 1,000 miles east night by night, through Jordan and over two frontiers.
The free market wins again in spite of the liberal socialist useful idiots.
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