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May 21, 2011

Bibi and the Punk

Posted by Dave Blount at May 21, 2011 9:07 AM

One of these young men grew up to be a great world leader, presenting the face of Western Civilization to its barbaric enemies. The other never did grow up:


Barry Hussein thought it would be cute to pander to Muslims by demanding Israel's suicide while Netanyahu was on a plane for Washington. Unfortunately for Mullah Obama, soon after that plane touched down, he got his scrawny rear end handed to him.

In front of the assembled media in the Oval Office, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Friday bluntly rejected President Obama's call a day earlier for Israel to use its pre-1967 borders as the negotiating baseline for a peace deal with the Palestinians.
"While Israel is prepared to make generous compromises for peace, it cannot go back to the 1967 lines," Mr. Netanyahu said, addressing Mr. Obama rather than speaking to the assembled reporters and photographers. "These lines are indefensible. For there to be peace, the Palestinians will have to accept some basic realities."

Unless Obama and everyone around him are certifiable idiots, it was pure malevolence to demand that Israel pull back to pre-1967 borders, abandoning key holy sites in East Jerusalem and making the country geographically indefensible from the enemies surrounding it. Even if it were conceivable that Israel would make these concessions to terrorists who will never be satisfied so long as Israel exists, only a moron would make them before the bargaining had begun.

The Manchurian Moonbat must have been paying attention during his 20 years in the pews of the rabidly anti-Semitic and anti-Israel Jeremiah Wright after all.

Meanwhile, self-hating American Jews who value moonbattery even above their continued existence will still support the Jew-hating Islamophile in the White House:

The National Jewish Democratic Council issued a statement saying it was "laughable" to suggest Mr. Obama's pronouncement was any different from the policies of Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton.

Although it may be too much to hope for leadership of Netanyahu's quality given our current political field, sooner or later we will put an adult in the White House. Then maybe we can try a peace plan that might actually work — like this one: Palestinians knock off the terror attacks immediately and completely, or any country giving them free money will be regarded as at war with Israel and its ally the United States.

If that doesn't work, there's always carpet bombing. Muslim terrorists aren't playing around. If we don't start fighting now while we still have the upper hand, the entire world is going to be the Gaza Strip.

Photo compliments of Lance. Tips from The MaryHunter and Barry.