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It isn't a political threat to their cushy jobs.
"The threat coming from Iran and the Iranians having a nuclear weapon is a threat to the region, it’s a threat to the United States, and it’s a threat to the rest of the world. This is a serious issue and we’re not going to resolve this issue by sticking our heads in the sand. The prime minister can talk about this threat, I believe, better than anyone. And the United States Congress wants to hear from him, and so do the American people.” Would Boehner have extended his offer to Netanyahu if Obama hadn't imposed upon the PM of Great Britain to lobby the Senate in support of his Iranian plan?
What I do wonder, is why the White House feels threatened because the Congress wants to support Israel, Obama bitterly clings to his Muslim roots.
Obama was born and raised as a "devout" Muslim. Is making obvious conclusion now politically incorrect?
White House National Security Advisor Susan Rice claimed publicly that Netanyahu's speech, which is expected to be focused on the threat of a nuclear Iran, will be "destructive to the fabric" of the U.S.-Israeli relationship. That fabric is already ripped to shreds. But it will be destructive to Obama's photo op, "peace in our time," moment in the sun.
http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/191966#.VPRrXSzDI-Y Obama threatened to shoot down Israeli jets attack Iranian nuclear sites in 2014. No administration in history has done more for the security interests of Israel. Barack Obama, campaigning.
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traitorbill Wrote: Mar 01, 2015 10:16 AM
That was over media ownership, but… When it comes to the government essentially seizing effective control of the Internet through the Orwellian-named “net-neutrality,” Obama sang a different tune. Actually, he didn’t sing, he remained publicly silent while working feverishly behind the scenes with progressive advocacy groups and campaign supporters to ensure their will was enacted without public input or knowledge. One small step for Obama, one giant leap for tyranny.
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traitorbill Wrote: Mar 01, 2015 10:13 AM
As a senator, Barack Obama was insistent on transparency from government agencies. He even co-sponsored legislation, along with Sen. Tom Coburn, R-Okla., to create a website on which to post every contract the government signs. Wouldn't that be great for the multiple contracts signed by the company which built the Obamacare website? And I would love to see how much money that company returned to the Democrats in campaign contributions.
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traitorbill Wrote: Mar 01, 2015 10:11 AM
In fact, several of Mr. Obama’s most emphatic expressions of patriotism appear in close proximity to his critiques of America, a review of his speeches shows.” And his autobiographies are even worse.
“We’re defined by our potential,” she said. No. We're defined by our actions. If we were defined by our potential, Obama wouldn't be so bad.
Rep. Rodgers Hits Obama for Robbing Americans Of Economic Opportunities At CPAC How can Obama be robbing Americans of jobs and opportunities, when everyone knows that the government creates both? I mean, after all, wasn't the government created to serve the people?
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