Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Pass the Popcorn, Nahanni: Democrat Lawmaker Accuses President Obama of Favoring Hamas Terrorists Over Israel's Freedom Fighters

Well, this ought to help Democrat party unity.

House lawmakers from both parties are siding with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu over President Obama in their differing approaches to the Israel-Palestine border dispute... Obama last week called for Israel's 1967 borders to mark the "foundation" for renewing stalled peace talks between the two sides – a concession to Palestine that Netanyahu has bluntly rejected [as indefensible]...

...Rep. Robert Andrews (D-N.J.) said Tuesday that Obama is "tilting toward Hamas" – a reference to the Palestinian group the United States and Israel consider a terrorist organization. He emphasized that Congress would never base its approach to Israeli aid on such a position.

"A majority of the Congress disagrees with him,” Andrews said of Obama.

Rep. Austin Scott (R-Ga.), for one, said the president "absolutely … made a mistake" with his 1967-borders proposal, and suggested it would harm — rather than bolster — the chances of renewed peace talks.

"With all of the political turmoil and unrest in the Middle East, I don’t understand why the president injected himself into that issue right now," he said.

Uhm, because he marinated in the race hatred of Jeremiah Wright's church for two decades? Because he associated with known PLO figures and Hamas sympathizers? Because his political career was launched in the home of two domestic terrorists?

Nah, couldn't be any of those things.


Anonymous said...

"I'll show you what I will do to to Israel."
Five vowel boy Barry Soetoro is an anti-semite, so is Barrak Obama.

Nahanni said...
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Nahanni said...

Here ya go, hun! Enjoy it while you still can because I don't think we are going to have much of a corn crop this year!


No one who had been paying attention before the 2008 election is remotely surprised by anything Obama and the Democrats have done.

The question is how are we going to live through it. It is too late to undo it because the only way to do so is to hop into Obama's Westminster Time Machine and go back to 2008 and make sure he stayed a senator from Illinois. We have to go through the fire now and pray we come out the wiser.

The whole question may be moot, though. Have you been paying attention to what has been going on at Fukushima?

BTW-I'm still around and read your blog and GP's daily. I have been putting out a 'news blog' of sorts for friends and family-I would email them links to all the stuff I read daily and it ended being a spam festival so I just rolled out a blog for them.