For in doing so, he has broken decades of precedent with U.S. history; he has encouraged radical Muslims the world over to rally for indefensible borders; he has demanded a divided Jerusalem; and he has all but embraced Hamas and the genocidal Muslim Brotherhood.
Hamas has already responded: it says that Obama is delusional and that it will never recognize Israel's right to exist.
Why is it that only conservative Republicans are defending Israel? Michele Bachmann, Sarah Palin, Herman Cain, Rick Santorum, Orrin Hatch, Mark Levin, Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity among them?
Where are Jewish liberals in Congress like Barney Frank, Schmuck Schumer, Anthony's Weiner, Barbara Boxer, Diane Feinstein, et. al.? AWOL. The camera hogs suddenly can't be found.
The nearest analogy I can come up with is this: President Obama has ordered Jews to the ghettos in preparation for a final, final solution.
Earlier today, reacting to Obama's speech, Benjamin Netanyahu told Obama to go pound sand.
The only peace that will endure is one that is based on reality, on unshakable facts. I think for there to be peace, the Palestinians will have to accept some basic realities. The first is that while Israel is prepared to make generous compromises for peace, it cannot go back to the 1967 lines. Because these lines are indefensible. Because they don’t take into account certain changes that have taken place on the ground, demographic changes that have taken place over the last 44 years.
Remember that before 1967, Israel was all of 9 miles wide. It was half the width of the Washington beltway. These were not the boundaries of peace. They were the boundaries of repeated wars because the attack on Israel was so attractive for them. We can’t go back to those indefensible lines and we’re going to have to have a long-term military presence along the Jordan. . . .
We’ve been around for almost four thousand years. We’ve experienced struggle and suffering like no other people. We’ve gone through expulsions, pogroms and massacres and the murder of millions.
But I can say that even at the dearth, even at the nadir of the valley of death, we never lost hope and we never lost our dream of reestablishing a sovereign state in our ancient homeland, the land of Israel.
And now it falls on my shoulders as the Prime Minister of Israel, at a time of extraordinary instability and uncertainty in the middle east to work with you and fashion a peace that will ensure Israel’s security and will not jeopardize it’s survival.
Obama needs to do a little reading; to study some history; to find what really happened in the Middle East before he bloviates on topics he knows absolutely nothing about.