Friday, March 26, 2010

Obama Snubs Netanyahu: It's Official, Obama is Just a Jerk

I'll be honest. I've been giving President Obama the benefit of the doubt when it comes to his terrible actions and bills. I believed that he was just incompetent or didn't know how to play politics because he is just so inexperienced or maybe just ignorant. But now I know. President Obama is just a jerk (in addition to all of the other things that I listed).

Look at the way he mocks Republicans, Conservatives, and Tea Partiers about his "victory" on Health Care. This is the man who said he was going to bring everyone together and be incredibly inclusive.

Look at the way that he snubbed the King of Norway after he won the Nobel Prize. Think about how he, Obama, spoke more than every single Republican combined at his so-called health care summit.

And now this: Obama snubs the leader of the United States' closest ally in the entire world. Pretend for a moment that you are Benjamin Netanyahu, the Prime Minister of Israel. You have just traveled several thousand miles to discuss policy and have dinner with President Obama. How incensed would you be that Obama just up and cancels your meeting on a whim?

On top of it all, it shows the President just cannot handle the tough stuff. Instead of confronting Netanyahu about things he (stupidly) disagrees with him on, he runs away. Our President needs to be able to handle things that are hard.

Obama is just an incompetent jerk.

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innominatus said...

Ordinarily a President deserves some respect if for no other reason than he is, well, President.

But barry has forfeited any respect he may have been due. He is just a jerk with a high office.

Wayne Stinson said...

But, do you all remember the timing of the Gaza assault?
Israel began their assault just before Obama took office, and while Bush was still there, because they feared the new president might not be as supportive as Mr. Bush. Given the close ties between our two countries this was a very provocative thing to do...almost a challenge.

Then just recently, probably a direct cause of Obama's actions, our VP was dissed when Netanyahu announced settlement expansions just as Biden was arriving for talks...that's provocative and insulting.

It seems the Israelis believe they have power over US politicians far beyond what is real and appropriate. The sooner this unhealthy relationship is corrected the better for the US, Israel and the long suffering Palestinians.