Yeah, it's a lot of fun. Everyone loves the clowns. Well, maybe not everyone but even those who don't can't seem to keep their eyes off of them.
So after several days of all this great entertainment at the big top we finally leave only to find our house has been broken into ... again.
Congress votes to give more blood and blackmail money to Israel. The U.S. media seems to be ignoring this as just business as usual but the Israeli press is jumping for joy. AIPAC gives the story a headline, thanking the lackeys they buy for pennies on the dollar.
Funds come atop another $200 million designated for joint U.S.-Israel anti-missile projects, David's Sling and Arrow.Haaretz quotes Israel's NJ representative Steve Rothman on the 'gift' of more of our as yet unpaid tax dollars.
"This was a priority of Congress and President Obama, and it is the first funding of its kind for this important short-range rocket and artillery shell defense system."JTA also praises this 'present' saying the defense system will help contain the bottle rockets fired from Gaza that almost always fall in open fields.
"This funding sends a strong message, to both our enemies and allies, by providing more total dollars than ever before toward these rocket and missile defense programs." "This is only the latest example that when it comes to defense, military, and intelligence cooperation, the relationship between the U.S. and Israel has never been stronger."
The Wikileaks circus is getting a little too much attention and while we're in awe of the high wire act and laughing at the clowns, the pickpockets are busy working the distracted crowd.