Likud MK: “Delete” Gaza neighborhood for each rocket fired

Likud MK: “Delete” Gaza neighborhood for each rocket fired
Danny Danon's facebook page (10 November, 2011)
Likud MK Danny Danon makes me happy. On an almost daily basis.


It’s people like him that give me the giggles.

And I became an even bigger fan, when he brought over Glenn Beck to Israel. Because Beck actually gives me the giggles more than Danon. When I saw both of them at the Knesset, I was constantly – you guessed it – giggling.

So, today, Danon made me giggle some more.

Here’s his Facebook update from today (Now, now, settle down kids – I’m friends with Danon on FB only for anthropological reasons. That, and he makes me giggle, too):

“I am currently in Ashkelon to witness the security problem facing the city specifically in neighborhoods with new Olim and have come to two main conclusions. Firstly, we must do everything we can to ensure the safety of all residents with an emphasis on areas with new immigrants who greatly lack protection, and more importantly, to deal with Hamas leaders in Gaza, and for every missile that falls in our southern towns, we retaliate by deleting a neighborhood in Gaza.”
Here’s my question to MK Danon: If we’re talking about tit-for-tat (which means “equivalent retaliation”), why stop at just a neighborhood? Surely that would take too long, no?

I mean, if we want to stop the barrage of missiles on the South now (yesterday!), shouldn’t the equation be “one city for every missile”?

Actually, the whole talk about Iran really got me thinking. Everybody knows we gots the bomb, right? So I say, the next time the Gazans shoot a Qassam at us, we do it right.