OK, I’m thinking I might have to start writing a Danny Danon daily. His Facebook page is supplying me with material faster than Herman Cain dodges questions on foreign policy.
In fact, I think there’s only one question in the world that could make me pause longer than Cain does when asked about Libya (a must watch, by the way): Who’s the bigger clown – Danon or Cain? I’d have to do some serious research on that first. And I’d be sure to pause before answering.
But anyway, Danon seemed to be just a tad inconsistent today on his page. He’s a big supporter of the law that will limit donations to left wing NGOs, claiming it’s foreign money interfering in our local politics. Read carefully:
So, pretty simple, right? Danon is against interference from outside powers. OK.
But then… how do you explain him interfering in American politics just a few hours later, on the same page?
Oh well… if it’s for the good of Israel, anything’s game I guess.
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