Obama and His Followers are Butthurt Y’all… Again

Posted: January 28, 2015 in Uncategorized

Here is the deal with this. It was announced that Netanyahu had been asked to speak before a joint congress, no one cared. No one thought that it was unusual or odd. No one thought that it was a dig against Obama. A head of state addresses the congress every year. Netanyahu last did it in 2011 and for a major allies and friend to do it again raised no eyebrows nor caused any snickers. It was simply politics as normal. As I said, no one cared.

Except Obama and his followers. It’s a breach of protocol, It’s disrespectful, it’s a slap in the face for Obama… It’s a bunch of bull shit is what it is.

In 2007, Columbia University invited Mahmoud Ahmadinejed, the President of Iran, to come and speak on campus. He accepted. Big Whoop. While some students protested, the Bush administration had no comment to make on it. Here we have the President and chief terror exporter of a country that seeks the destruction of both Israel and the US but we also have a President who is an adult and doesn’t throw temper tantrums.

Big difference.
You know, this is the united Sates of America. World leaders, from Saudi Royalty to Presidents and Prime Ministers come to the US daily for everything from speeches to medical care. A visit from a Head of State Is not always a visit from a Head of State.
If the President requests a meeting or a meeting with him is requested, arrangements are then made. Arrangements must be made to allocate the Presidents time, not simply because a Head of state is coming. press secretary Josh Earnest says that the meeting is a breach of protocol, that “[S]uch meetings are usually made leader to leader.” I wonder why he used the word “usually?” Does that mean that it’s NOT always done that way?

Now, lets cut to the chase and ask; Why would Netanyahu speaking to a joint session of congress embarrass Obama? That’s a fair question isn’t it? Could it be because the Obama, Clinton, Kerry Foreign policy team has made the absolutely wrong decision every time?

I know the leftist deny it but one statement about the US under President Obama is true; “Our enemies no longer fear us and our friends no longer trust us.”

In every Middle Eastern country that they have meddled in, they have supported the wrong side. Egypt, Syria, Oh we’ve got to help kick the leaders out. Uh oh, we kicked the leaders out and now the Muslim Brotherhood is in charge and they’re killing more people that the first leaders. Uh oh here comes ISIS and it’s like Steve Erkle saying “Did I do thaaat.”

The US senate votes no on the UN small arms weapons ban and John Kerry, under Obama’s orders signs it any way. Obama signs a “Man made” global warming treaty with China, where China does nothing and the US is stuck with more regulations and cost. Obama throws 60 years of policy on Cuba out the window simply because he wants to.

In Executive orders and presidential signing memos, Obama has far surpassed any previous President. The is not only in quantity but in scope. Signing an Executive order naming 1 day out of 1 year as such and such day is not the same as completely overstepping the congress and US law to grant amnesty to 5 million illegal aliens. They don’t compare.

The election of the democratic congress and senate in 2006 and Obama in 2008 has destroyed the political process in the United States. It has never been perfect but our government functioned. Reagan and Bush 1 worked with the democrats, Clinton worked with the republican, Bush 2 finished his last 2 years working with the democrats. Suddenly, no one can work with anyone. Washington politics became “You’ll do it my way.” Yes, in 2012, Obama was reelected but both houses of congress have been flipped to the republicans. That is the American people saying that we don’t want to do it your way. We want you to work together. Obama has not received that message.

Now you whine about a breach of protocol but do a little Google search. Type in ” Obama bypasses congress” and look at the 481,000 hits. Do a Google search and you will find 56,500 entries for “Obama throws Israel under the bus.” What can the congress do? Very little it seems.

We have a President that goes on national television and whines about a news channel that doesn’t like him. he publicly trashes the American people, the congress and the courts that simply disagree with him and now everyone wants to boo hoo when he finally gets a swat on the butt.

Here is the divider in chief…

“Obama: ‘I’m Not Going to Apologize’ for Bypassing Congress President Obama says he is “not going to apologize” for sidestepping Congress through his multiple executive orders. In an interview with ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos, Obama said if House Speaker John Boehner wants him to stop asserting so much executive power, then Congress should “try getting something done.”
In other words, they have to do what he wants.

And it continues… Obama, against American will and law is preparing a policy of appeasement with Iran. Iran has the goal of becoming a nuclear power and wiping Israel off of the map. And us too if it can. What are Obamas plans? Criticize Israel and Netanyahu and remove sanctions against Iran. All the while trying to keep congress from voting on it. Remember, he is the king and no one may challenge him.

So why did congress invite Netanyahu? Because the President is wrong and in America no one has to agree with the president. And no one, especially our elected officials must sit by silently. America stands with Israel even if our President does not. Isis is Jv, let Iran have nukes, Support our enemies and fight our friends…

““Prime Minister Netanyahu is a great friend of our country, and this invitation carries with it our unwavering commitment to the security and well-being of his people,” Boehner said. “In this time of challenge, I am asking the Prime Minister to address Congress on the grave threats radical Islam and Iran pose to our security and way of life. Americans and Israelis have always stood together in shared cause and common ideals, and now we must rise to the moment again.”
The Hill reports the invitation as a direct rebuke to Obama’s Iran policy:
Boehner cast Netanyahu’s address scheduled for Feb. 11 as being intended to rebuke to Obama’s negotiations with Iran on that country’s nuclear program…
[T]he president “expects us to stand idly by and do nothing while he cuts a bad deal with Iran [Boehner said].”
“Two words: “Hell no!” … we’re going to do no such thing,” Boehner said




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