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Leader Of The Free World vs. Leader Of The Me World

21 May 2011 @ 16:48

The fallouts from His Majesty’s speech outlining his Middle East Peace Plan and Benjamin Netanyahu’s schooling of King Barack The Unready continue…

-Please see my previous posting on these stories here.

Bruce Hannify [the blogger formerly known as ‘Irish Cicero’] was reminded of a gut feeling he’s has several time before when he heard Our Most Grating Lord & Master make his proclamation from The Whitey House:

Since the 80s I’ve been saying, ‘They pass nationalized health care, it’s over.’

Last night comes a yet more obvious demonstration of our president’s willingness to betray Israel; to give her no choice but to surrender, or fight; and to precipitously bump the world toward war.

Once again, the same dread I’ve experienced just before the election; the first few months of his presidency, where he’s attacking Americans . . . . . and again and again and again.

Wouldn’t matter where he was born. He’s not an American.

Well, let’s see: he doesn’t think like one; he doesn’t act like one, he doesn’t talk like one…yup, Bruce is dead solid perfect.

-Mutual Friend In The Ether, Walking Horse agrees:

This character seems hell-bent on backing into the next world war, with the intent that we *lose*.

Hell yes, as witnessed by his seeming determination to lose the War Against Islam, to be the Western Leader who loses this thousand-year conflict for The West.

-WH’s comment on Little Barry’s reaction to Bibi’s rebuke is succinct and dead-on-balls accurate:

He’s a snotty dumb-assed kid being schooled by his elementary school teacher, and he isn’t happy about it.

‘How dare this hook-nosed, bitter, clinging extremist critisize me!
I am OBAMA – The Smartest One In Any Room!  I am Legion!’

-From Dan Friedman, over at Big Peace, we learn that, perhaps, the angry look on His Majesty’s face was prompted by something the Leader Of The Free World said before their meeting:

Speaking to reporters accompanying Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on his long flight to the United States tonight, Netanyahu spoke of the injustice and hardship Mexicans have endured since American forces annexed Texas in 1845. “Tens of thousands of ordinary Mexicans were driven out of their homes – the only homes they had known for centuries – and forced to live in poverty and squalor south of the border imposed by American aggression,” Netanyahu said. “The Israeli and Mexican people agree on this: This festering wound will never heal until America takes bold steps to return to the internationally accepted lines of 1845. Clearly the settlement activity that’s taken place in occupied Mexico since then is illegal. When I meet the President tomorrow I will tell him to halt all building activity in Texas immediately. Two lands for two peoples, yes, but not on land taken by force from Mexico,” the Prime Minister said.

Bravo, Mr. Friedman.  Well-played, sir.

However, perhaps, we shouldn’t laugh too much as his wit, as Paco warns us [tip of the fedora to him for the above]:

This is supposed to be a joke, but I’m afraid the preshizzle will think it’s a great idea.

This is what we’ve come down to.

I promise you one thing and you can mark me on this: unlike with other politicians I’ve opposed, with the passage of time, I will never, ever, EVER, forgive Barack Hussein Obama for everything — every single thing — he has done or think of view him in any small way in a positive light.  He has no redeeming qualities that, along with the passage of time, can soften my heart.

— I Stand With Israel —

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    21 May 2011 @ 21:27 21:27

    “I will never, ever, EVER, forgive Barack Hussein Obama for everything — every single thing — he has done or think of view him in any small way in a positive light. He has no redeeming qualities that, along with the passage of time, can soften my heart.”

    I could not agree more. As Allen West said, “I can’t stand him.” You’ve been on fire lately. Keep up the good work.

  2. 22 May 2011 @ 12:30 12:30

    He has been on fire lately. His gentlemanliness is giving way to resolve of the most fiery nature.

  3. 22 May 2011 @ 15:36 15:36

    How do you say “Molon Labe!” in Hebrew?

  4. 23 May 2011 @ 15:52 15:52

    Ahfff! Yes, this is on the money, Bob. Meanwhile the White House is passing out this tripe “What, what.. this is simply the policy the United States has held for years”. Yeah, well then why is Barry so grim looking when he is informed it’s a no go? Why does he look so damn surprised? Was it Israel that made a major speech the day before the conference that hemmed in the US position? No?! Listen, Jack, don’t piss in my ear and tell me its raining.

    This is the same kind f crap he is always pulling. Invite the Supreme Court to sit in on your speech to the nation, then distort their rulings and insult their integrity. Bring the drilling experts in, then make a public statement they in no way agreed to, and pass it off in front of the press so they can’t recover. Invite Paul Ryan to sit up front and center following your talks on the budget, then accuse him in a joint session of starving old people and killing babies.

    This time it blew up in his face, and if Juan Williams thinks its arrogant for Netanyahu to challenge the president by reciting the known history and the describing reality of the situation, then tough bagels, Juan. The President deserved what he got and more. He is not acting “presidential” has not yet acted in any manner other than as a thuggish embarrassment to the nation, and it’s about time he faced someone who isn’t intimidated. Benjamin Netanyahu has been in tight situations, high pressure situation where lives were on the line, and no one was patting him on the back and calling him gutsy for coming in off the golf course to watch a video feed of the guys he placed in harms way. He’s been in harm’s way himself, and that long dark stare doesn’t impress him.


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