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Real Housewives of the Mideast

This season, the first ladies of the Levant go nuclear, bringing the drama even without Skinny Girl Margaritas

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Still trying to decide if this is funny or hideous.

I smell a fatwa!

its funny but im sick of isreal and how netenYAHOO is interferring with our election. if you guys want a war with iran have at it. leave us out of it.

    Beatrix17 says:

    Netanyahu has tried hard
    to stay out of the election, but the MSM is trying just as hard to
    drag him in on Romney’s side. The two, who hardly knew each other,
    once worked for the same company. Netanyahu welcomed Romney
    politely, and immediately turned his attention to Obama who is
    President and who might win the next election. Obama snubbed him because
    he’s naïve enough to listen to the press and he doesn’t like
    Netanyahu any way. Beside Obama’s best friend, Erdogan the
    sophisticate, said it was okay to ignore Netanyahu because most
    American Jews are liberal and don’t like him, either.

    If Iran gets the bomb, it
    will affect US sooner or later. Israel is just little Satan, USA is
    big Satan.

Beatrix17 says:

Some of it is funny; all
of it is clever. It must have been fun to do.

No offense, but this is kinda racist…

    Beatrix17 says:

    How come you can insult Jews who are Semites, including Netanyahu, and no one says a word. But have some fun with the Arab women (many of whom are Semites) who usually get lost in th shuffle, and it’s “racist.”
    Did we Jews somehow become less Semitic when we put on Western clothes and started to speak English? I love my jeans, and except for the Shema, English is all I know, butI still have olive skin, dark brown eyes, and used to have beautiful
    (I was told) brunette hair, that’s now turned, Semitically, pure white.

gwhepner says:

REAL HOUSEWIVES OF THE MIDDLE
EAST

Abdullah’s
Queen Rania tries to keep it real

in
the Hashemitic commonweal.

Azam,
Ahmadinejad’s fair wife,

will
go nuclear if there is strife.

Sara
Netanyahu has a wretch

for
a husband, but she doesn’t kvetch.

Asma,
Assad’s lovely wife in Syria,

suffers
with him folie de deliria.

Naglaa,
who’s the wife of Mr. Morsi,

won’t
let the Muslim Sisterhood be saucy.

Saudi
Abdullah’s many sex workers.

cannot
be seen, because they must wear burkhas.

Poets
ought not the above to pillory,

and
leave this job to Secretary Hillary.

gwhepner@yahoo.com

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Real Housewives of the Mideast

This season, the first ladies of the Levant go nuclear, bringing the drama even without Skinny Girl Margaritas