Does Anyone See a Pattern Here?

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6 Responses

  1. Bob Miller says:

    “The only question is why do they continue to reveal their attitude so openly in an election year in which the Jewish vote will be essential if the President is to win re-election.”

    They expect American Jewish voters, on the whole, to either:

    1. View Israel and the Muslim world exactly as they do, or

    2. Be as gullible as in the past

    Keep in mind how many of Obama’s socialist co-workers, employees and supporters fall into category #1, and how many of his traditional liberal supporters fall into category #2.

  2. Baruch Gitlin says:

    Where does the Obama administration’s forceful opposition to the Palestinian statement initiative in the United Nations fit into this pattern?

  3. Bob Miller says:

    Baruch Gitlin (December 14, 2011 at 12:26 pm) wrote:

    “Where does the Obama administration’s forceful opposition to the Palestinian statement initiative in the United Nations fit into this pattern?”

    Why do bad guys find it expedient now and then to do good things?

  4. Mr. Cohen says:

    Obama’s mentor is Jimmy Carter, the worst American President of the previous century and a fanatical Israel-basher.

    President Jimmy Carter often blamed Israel for being “intransigent,” a criticism that was never used against Arabs, Muslims or anyone except Israel.

    President Jimmy Carter had a bright smile on his face when he looked at looked at the leader of Egypt, but when he looked at the leader of Israel, the expression on JC’s face clearly indicated disapproval.

  5. Reb Yid says:

    “Keep in mind how many of Obama’s socialist co-workers, employees and supporters fall into category #1, and how many of his traditional liberal supporters fall into category #2”

    Sigh. If only Obama were as socialist as claimed. His Administration has been all too cozy with Wall Street. That’s certainly part of Occupy Wall Street rage, and also a reason why many Jews have been unhappy with him. No doubt that most Jews who have been unhappy with Obama fault him for being insufficiently progressive (and refusing to take the radical Republicans on).

    As for the perceived “anti-Israel” bent…we’ve had this discussion numerous other times and I don’t think any minds will change. Those who see the devil incarnate in Obama will only see what they want to see, and brush off any inconvenient facts that don’t fit the theory.

    Meanwhile, more and more Israelis have a favorable view of Obama with each passing year. The editors here don’t allow links, but if you Google Obama, Israelis and poll you’ll see the results of several different polls this year (different organizations) that bear this out.

  6. Ellen says:

    “Arab Spring — whose initial promise (for some) has now given way to a dark Arab Winter…”

    So long as the media refuses to report all the atrocities its very own reporters have experienced, the Arab Spring rioters will continue to seem just as democratic and peace-loving as the Americans rooting for them.

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