KILMEADE: The secretary of state is focusing on Israel and the Palestinians, which is Hamas. Why is he there? Even the New York Times said that’s a sideshow.
Hamas Victory: A Clarifying Development. By Rush Limbaugh. RushLimbaugh.com, January 26, 2006.
O to Israel: Go Back to ’67 Borders. By Rush Limbaugh. RushLimbaugh.com, May 19, 2011.
Peace results from one side emerging victorious in the conflict, the other side losing and surrendering.
Rush Limbaugh on Israel’s Problems with the Palestinians. IsraPundit, May 21, 2003.
The point of this commentary is that the Palestinians don’t want peace and the Arabs in the Middle East don’t want peace. They want the end of Israel. They want the destruction of Israel. More and more of these pieces are being written because the truth is inescapable now. There have been so many overtures for peace, there have been so many efforts made, and the closer it appears to be getting to peace, the more violence erupts. All the liberals of the world say that dialogue is the most crucial ingredient to peace, do they not? Clearly the most crucial ingredient to peace is victory. You don’t get peace unless it is preceded by victory. That’s called the Limbaugh Doctrine, but liberals think you can bring peace by appeasing your enemy, and through dialogue, nurses, doctors, clean water, exchange programs, etc.