And he looks to be in fine fighting form, too:Got his gloves on and everything. He’s gonna need them…the far right is planning to send in the clowns:
Um, yeah. I bet he’s really shaking in his boots at that prospect. Meanwhile, I can hardly wait for these goofballs to post the videos of their own epic fails to the Internets. I probably don’t need to say this, but I will anyway: Give ’em hell for me, George!UPDATE: So, how intimidating was it, George?Not very, by the looks of things.
But as Canadians flock to hear a British politician who was kicked out of the Labour Party in 2003, and voted out of office last May, some home truths are emerging about Canadian Middle Eastern politics, a bizarro world in which Zionists pose as Palestinians to shout down a bearded Scot.An email circulating among Zionist and pro-Israel opponents of Mr. Galloway offers a novel and surprising glimpse into audience strategy in the YouTube era, in which the audience doubles as the media. It suggests Mr. Galloway can expect novel forms of resistance, to say nothing of aggressive questions, from a shadow army of pony-tailed Zionists disguised by keffiyehs and “hand-woven Guatemalan man-purses.”