I can't believe my eyes! Now, we all recognize that the corrupt American Pravda will do whatever it takes to get Obama re-elected, but this takes the cake. In fact, it is an absolute insult to our intelligence. How stupid do they think both Jewish voters and average Americans are?
Prepare to be shocked by reading this article from Gateway Pundit:
Oh Brother… New York Magazine Calls Obama the First Jewish President
"In May Barack Obama urged Israel to hand over half of Jerusalem, the Wailing Wall, The Temple Mount, Old Jerusalem, and the tomb of Jesus Christ to the Hamas-Fatah terrorist alliance.
Despite this, and his continued disrespect of our American ally, New York Magazine this week contends that President Obama is the First Jewish President.
Let’s face it… The media will do anything to prop up this unpopular far left president.
Mediaite reported, via Free Republic:
'In New York magazine this week, John Heilemann contends that President Obama is the “best thing Israel has going for it right now” and despite some setbacks he remains a president “every bit as pro-Israel as the country’s own prime minister — and, if you look from the proper angle, maybe even more so.”
The cover story‘s attention-grabbing, Toni Morrison-esque characterization of Obama as “The First Jewish President” comes from a quote by Abner Mikva, a White House counsel, who during the run-up to the last presidential election was quoted as saying, “When this all is over, people are going to say that Barack Obama is the first Jewish president.” While Heilemann thinks that prediction “has so far proved to be wildly over-optimistic,” he believes there is “more truth in it than meets the eye.”
In the piece, Heilemann chronicles Obama’s various struggles in his policy making over Israeli-centric issues. Despite Obama being “well attuned to the Jewish community and its views”, his wrangling with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu over his support of Israel’s 1967 borders “with mutually agreed [land] swaps” and Ed Koch‘s high profile criticism has left some Jewish voters under the impression that he wasn’t fully on their side.'
Of course, there are others who have an entirely different view of Obama.
And they even have Muslim leaders who back them up."
Now, let's be honest for a moment. The Obama whom I have studied so closely for the last four years feels much more at home in the garb of the second photo than he does in the Jewish skullcap in the first photo. In fact, I would wager that he was down right mortified to think that his anti-Semitic friends got a glimpse of him in Jewish attire.