Friday, July 9, 2010
It's Not His Name
An official White House photo of Obama speaking to Netanyahu
Not only does President Obama show no respect for the office of the president, but he arranges for this photo to be seen worldwide, knowing that the act of showing the soles of his shoes is viewed as an insult in the Arab world.
That being said, the recent White House visit by Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu was nothing more than a dog and pony show. The two men despise one another, but for political purposes, they both are posing as allies. Netanyahu is attempting to keep the liberal Israeli media off his back, as Israeli-U.S. relations are important to Israelis. Obama, on the other hand, is play acting because his party faces tough elections in November, and he does not want to alienate Jewish voters.
It's nothing more than a charade. Obama has a history of associating with anti-Semites and anti-Zionists. In spite of his sordid past, he has the audacity to blame Israeli hostility on his Muslim middle name. Hey, Mr. President, I think there's a little more to Israeli suspicions than your middle name. Try examining your past treatment of Bibi, as well as your creepy Israel-hating friends. While you have kissed up to the Palestinian Abbas, you were down-right rude to Netanyahu on his visit in March.
Read about Obama' comment, via Jihad Watch:
Obama claims Israelis suspicious of him because his middle name is Hussein
"Of course! That's it! It's just anti-Muslim bigotry! Obama may have forgotten all the foes of Israel among his appointees and associates. Here are a few:
• Samantha Power, National Security Council's Senior Director for Multilateral Affairs and Human Rights
• Robert Malley, key foreign policy adviser
• Zbigniew Brzezinski, foreign policy adviser
• Rosa Brooks, advisor to the undersecretary of Defense for policy
• Chuck Hagel, co-chair of the Intelligence Advisory Board
No, it doesn't have anything to do with that. It's just because his middle name is Hussein.
Get the full story of Obama's extensive hobnobbing with antisemites in The Post-American Presidency."