Tuesday, March 16, 2010
Deep Sea Political Change in America
It appears that a year ago, when I was thinking about Obama, I was right: he is the son of his Third-World World-Bank appropriate-technology ideology mother (no insult intended!), who will naturally gravitate toward the Palestinians. This is happening before our eyes: the American government is "angry" with obstinate Israel and openly siding with the "peace-loving" Palestinians. Israel's chief aim, which is to organize a worldwide coalition lead by America to force Iran to give up its nuclear weapons, is failing. Obama instead of leading the world to avoid the proliferation of nuclear weapons in the hands of unstable Muslim ayatollahs, is kowtowing to those perfumed Arab sheikhs.
There is always the Republican Party. Its leaders attacked the Obama administration with unusually harsh language, charging it with an "irresponsible” position against an ally, Israel. "In an effort to ingratiate our country with the Arab world, this administration has shown a troubling eagerness to undercut our allies and friends,” said the GOP’s only Jewish Republican Congressman, Eric Cantor of Virginia. He went so far as to say that the dispute "jeopardizes America's national security."