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  • Alex's w-i-f-e and kids are Jewish dual citizens of Israel who qualify for "Right of Return" status under Israeli immigration law.

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  • Alex Jones 'w-i-f-e and kids are Jewish dual citizens of Israel who qualify for "Right of Return" status under Israeli immigration law

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  • Somebody should call Alex's radio show right now and ask him point blank if his w-i-f-e is Jewish.

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  • And I know Alex Jones is telling me the truth, because he is married into a Jewish family and has a Jewish w-i-f-e.

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  • February 20th, 2009 at 12: 03 pm alex jones is censoring our comments! just try and submit a comment with the word w-i-f-e spelled out without hyphens!!!!!!!!!!! it won't be posted!!!!!!!!!

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  • The only "spooks" around here are that fat Zionist agent Alex Jones and his dual citizen Israeli Jewish w-i-f-e!

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  • Alex Jones didn't put the many posts including the word "w-i-f-e" on instant moderation (censorship) until the guy above me started exposing the fact that Alex's w-i-f-e is Jewish.

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  • He has instructed the webmaster of Prisonplanet, Paul Watson, to create a text filter that scans all comments posted on this website for the word "w-i-f-e", except without dashes or other characters between the letters.

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  • If the word "w-i-f-e" (without dashes) is found in either the body of the comment itself or in the poster's name, then that comment is automatically placed on moderation.

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  • Alex Jones 'w-i-f-e and children are therefore de facto dual citizens of the state of Israel.

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  • I think this is what you call Tammy Wynette when she's singing about the d-i-v-o-r-c-e.

    January 17, 2010

  • Yes, I admit, my distant relatives do include the unreceived scoundrel UnnecessaryDash and the notorious SupererogatoryHyphen. I'm sorry to be related to such definite punctuation marks but you can't choose family, can you?

    January 17, 2010

  • Even worse: SupererogatoryHyphen

    (This would be an example of U–n–n–e–c–e–s–s–a–r–y–D–a–s–h.)

    January 16, 2010

  • Could this be a relative of PossibleUnderscore: UnnecessaryDash?

    January 16, 2010

  • Shorter than s-t-r-i-f-e.

    January 16, 2010

  • Seems like a silly and time-consuming way to spell "wife". Thoughts?

    January 16, 2010