Criticism based on what?I wasn't even addressing that to you. Good grief, do you not understand how quoting works?
Oh, and as for where I got it...just read Travis007 response. Which, of course, you already did because you liked it. So it's REALLY funny that you're still asking where I get that from, even though I was asking a legitimate question to someone who wasn't you.
I already answered it. It's not my fault you didn't bother to read it and it's certainly not my fault you don't understand how quoting works.
Aww, that's cute. You won't answer the questions, but instead decide to do EXACTLY what I've already noted, except to an even greater extreme. Now, according to your post, one doesn't even have to criticize Israel to be called someone practicing "jew hate", they merely have to ask why you can't criticize Israel.
I could not have made my own point better. Thank you for clearly defining my point. Have yourself a great day.
No it's not, unless you consider salient points ironic. Which isn't really the definition of irony, but I've seen you make up your own definitions of things so often it wouldn't surprise me to see you do it again.
Amusing, but your deflection is too apparent.
It's not your "values" which lead you to the conclusion it's okay to criticize one and not another. It's your politics. You're doing nothing more than toeing a party platform.
Or they would say you show respect to every government leader. But not you. You say it's okay to criticize one but not another. Cloaking your obvious choice of distinction under the term "value system" doesn't change what you actually use to determine who can be criticized and who cannot.A person with TRUE values, not influenced by childish partisanship, would say it's okay to criticize ANY government leader.
That sounds downright unpatriotic to me.
...you're right guys, obviously the idea it's okay to insult our President and not the right wing leader of Israel has NOTHING to do with partisan politics. Not at all.