This takes the cake:
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo kicked off a two-day visit to Israel on Wednesday, where he expressed "total solidarity" with the country over the monthlong war between Israel and Hamas in the Gaza Strip.
And by "total solidarity", it's clear that Cuomo means it's great that Israel killed kids, knowingly and repeatedly, with eyes wide open. That's totally okay in Cuomo's eyes and he wants Israel to know this with certainty. I can think of one other monster must have been very pleased to hear this.
Later Wednesday, Cuomo met Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who praised Cuomo and the American government for "standing on the right side of the moral divide."
Indeed. Let's take a gander at that "moral divide", shall we?
More than 1,900 Palestinians have been killed in the fighting, Palestinian and UN officials say. Israel says 64 of its soldiers and three civilians have been killed in the war, which began July 8.Cuomo's office said the governor and his delegation would not visit Palestinian territories or meet Palestinian officials during the 30-hour trip, despite a personal invitation by the Palestinian ambassador to the United Nations to experience "all sides of the conflict, not just one."
Nice, Cuomo, really nice. Folks, this is how megalomania works. It's all about Cuomo's future electoral success. Meeting with the Palestinians wasn't going to help Andrew Cuomo's career, so the hell with the Palestinian kids. What's a couple of thousand deaths in Gaza? No biggie.
Israel is a monster. Cuomo is a monster. It's lovely that they got together to have a drink over the dead bodies.
I've said it before and I'll say it again: the creation of Israel was a nice idea but it has a location problem. So let's toss the people out of Utah and give that state to Israel. It would hold all the current Israelis with ease and it would be a fabulous destination for American Jews. And no one would bomb them. It's a win-win thing. They could even use those ridiculous LDS temples as religious gathering places. They're certainly not being put to any good use now.
And there would be peace in the middle east -- or at least, there would be no Jews dying there.