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    Bibi Spoke Truth To Power

    Bibi Spoke Truth To Power

    The disloyalty card is being played by Jeffrey Goldberg (who took great offense to Benjamin Netanyahu’s perceived disrespect towards “my President”), Glenn Greenwald (the evil and disloyal Israel Lobby, again) and Andrew Sullivan (the Israeli-influenced media and the crazy Christians, again).

    Yet these critics who are so quick to run for the disloyalty card ignore the reality that the reaction to Obama’s Middle East speech on Thursday was so swift, overwhelming and bipartisan because support for Israel in the United States has almost never been stronger and is trending towards Israel even more so:

    Maybe, just maybe, the vast majority of Americans are not buying into the “Arab Spring” fantasy, and worry that our President is walking us — I repeat, us — down a path we do not want to go. 

    Maybe, just maybe, we were thrilled to see someone speak truth to power, because our media and intelligentsia will not do it.

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    Americans are smarter than Obama thinks. Just because so many voted for him in 2008, he thinks we are still mesmerized. Kool-aid drunk. Bamboozled. Not so much.

    Go Bibi!! Stand for Israel. We the People of the US stand with you.

    Who says you need fancy high-tech to live in a virtual reality world? The future is here:

    " … Netanyahu's contemptuous, disgraceful, desperate public dressing down of the American president in the White House." –Andrew Sullivan

    You've got that right, DINORightMarie. Only thing that makes me uneasy is that actually 15% of Americans (that's a lot of people) according to that graph, are part of the Sullivan/Greenwald "Disloyalty Smear Lobby."

    Today's level of support equals the '91 level when Saddam Hussein's Scuds were incoming.

    What exactly did Obama propose that was so radical?

    Once against the key word here is "based." the borders would be "based" on 1967 with many alterations made to preserve Israel's coloni- i mean security interests.

    Government Official Who Makes Perfectly Valid, Well-Reasoned Point Against Israel Forced To Resign
    WASHINGTON—State Department diplomat Nelson Milstrand, who appeared on CNN last week and offered an informed, thoughtful analysis implying that Israel could perhaps exercise more restraint toward Palestinian moderates in disputed territories, was asked to resign Tuesday. “The United States deeply regrets any harm Mr. Milstrand’s careful, even-tempered, and factually accurate remarks may have caused our democratic partner in the Middle East,” Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said in an unequivocal condemnation of the veteran foreign-service officer’s perfectly reasonable statements. “U.S. policy toward Israel continues to be one of unconditional support and fawning sycophancy.” Milstrand, 63, will reportedly appear at an AIPAC conference to offer a full apology as soon as his trial concludes and his divorce is finalized.

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