I am old enough to know that for the majority of my life (at least 40 years of it), I have watched the media wing of the Democrat Party demonize Israel and prop up killers called Palestinians to the detriment of Israel. It has not been nice to see. It has been dangerous to the people of Israel. It doesn’t take but one lick of common sense to know that Israel, while not perfect, (who is?) has every right to maintain the borders they now have, which were won in an attack on the people (human beings, for the lefties that think otherwise) of Israel. It has been shown that every time Israel gives back an inch the animals of the Middle East attack them. I cannot think of a better name for those Palestinians than animals, because they teach their young bloodlust as animals do.
Yesterday, educated Americans watched Prime Minister Netanyahu school an un-educated Marxist, leftist Faculty Lounge President on what it means to be under a constant barrage of missiles. It is something Obama will never have to live under and in such, something he will never understand. That Obama thought it smart to attack Israel in a way no other President of the United States ever has, shows his deep Reverend Wright teachings and his ignorance at paying attention to all the secret Defense Department pictures and reports showing the animals of the Middle East and their attempt at killing off the Israeli people. I have now had my say, and I give my utmost thanks once again to Prime Minister Netanyahu, but I believe this article in Commentary says it better then I do. Because, Mr. President, History Will Not Give The Jewish People Another Chance.
Has there ever been a moment like the one Benjamin Netanyahu had today following his meeting with President Obama? I canâ€™t think of one. When has a president ever made a joint appearance with the leader of an ally in the wake of a controversial policy proposal, only to have that ally push back against him publicly? Netanyahuâ€™s powerfulâ€”and surprisingly graceful, considering the contextâ€”remarks can be read in full here. The only moment that even remotely compares wasnâ€™t a diplomatic one; it was when Elie Wiesel, during the dustup over Ronald Reaganâ€™s visit to the Bitburg cemetary in West Germany in 1985, was given a Medal of Freedom and with beautiful understatement said to the president, â€œThis place is not your place.â€ We got a glimpse of the Bibi that so electrified the world in the late 1980s and early 1990s when he was serving as Israelâ€™s chief spokesman in the English language in this stunning passage:
Please hit the link and read the remainder of the write-up as it is a beauty to behold the words of Prime Minister Netanyahu.