Obama pushing Israeli military leaders to buck their government
U.S. President Barack Obama is encouraging Israeli military leaders to oppose the “politically paralyzed” Benjamin Netanyahu by running for office on their own in order to effectively change the nation’s policies.
According to congressional sources, Obama has “wooed” the top leaders of Israel’s military and defense establishment to support his plan to establish a Palestinian state in the West Bank and Jerusalem, Middle East Newsline reported on May 18.
Obama, in an interview with journalist Jeffery Goldberg, referred to Netanyahu as “one of his deepest disappointments” in the Middle East, being “too fearful and politically paralyzed” to advance the peace process.
Israeli Ambassador to the U.S. Michael Oren responded by telling The Algemeiner: “Really? Netanyahu is one of Obama’s ‘deepest disappointments’ as a Middle East leader? More disappointing than Syrian President [Bashar] Assad? Than former Iranian President [Mahmoud] Ahmadinejad? Than ISIL chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi?”
Just imagine Benjamin Netanyahu urging General Mattis to interfere in the electoral process of the democratic or republican party. Or more intensely Stanley McChrystal, because Barack Obama was deeply disappointing in his support for one of the smallest nations on earth, and the smallest ally the USA has, and one of the most valuable technically and geographically.
Just imagine the headlines
Just imagine the cartoons.
Just imagine the columns
But for the ‘smartest man in the room’ when he looks in the mirror he sees no exception for the USA, just one FOR HIS UNSPEAKABLE AND UNLIMITED ARROGANCE
BHO is an egomaniacal ass.
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