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Monday, May 23, 2011

Patton: Can We Trade Barack For Bibi?

We couldn't agree more with Doug Patton -- trading for someone who understands what it is like to be vital part of the United States allies versus the current occupant of the White House who disses our allies and plays up to our enemies is a trade we would approve.

What makes the difference now if Bibi is not a natural born citizen because neither is Obama? Since that is the case, I would take Bibi in 100 milliseconds over Obama.

On so many levels Bibi outshines Obama who is nothing more than that skinny kid who was the community organizer who sat around and talked. The inexperienced Obama has not grown into the job as by all accounts he is still as lazy today as we was then except now he has Air Force One at his beck and call to fly away when it gets too "hot" in DC as he continues to try to take America to the left.

Five Hundred people on his latest boondoggle to Europe when we have such a huge deficit is just one more piece of evidence that Obama thinks of himself as king and we are all his servants to make sure he gets is way.

Why worry about security because what terrorist would go after him? They know who was behind the Bin Laden killing and it wasn't Obama. They also understand his playing favorites for Muslim countries over our allies. President Bush was an actual target but then he had a backbone and stood up for our allies and dissed our enemies something Obama doesn't understand or wants to understand.

We agree a trade of Obama for Bibi is an excellent idea!

Patton: Can We Trade Barack For Bibi?
By Doug Patton May 23, 2011 6:40 am

Let's just get it out in the open right now. I would like to trade Barack Obama for Benjamin Netanyahu. I know, I know, Netanyahu was not born in the United States, but then…well, let's don't open that can of worms again. The bottom line is that the Israeli prime minister is one of the premier leaders in the world today, while Obama is one of the premier aspiring dictators. Ask yourself; wouldn't you honestly prefer an Israeli conservative to a Muslim sympathizer?

In the 63 years since the creation of modern Israel, every American president has met the responsibilities expected of a friend and an ally — until now. From Harry Truman to George W. Bush, the tiny Jewish state could count on the United States of America to honor its commitments. Not any more. Barack Obama has thrown Israel under the international bus and is making no apologies for it.

In his recent speech on the subject of Israeli-Palestinian "peace," Obama informed the world that he expected Israel to go back to its pre-1967 borders. Who does this arrogant man think that he is? Can you imagine Mexico telling Texans they should go back to their pre-1836 borders? (Actually, there are a lot of Mexicans who believe that is exactly what should happen, but that is a topic for another day.)

Obama's incredible hubris was a direct slap in Netanyahu's face and the face of Israel. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton evidently gave the prime minister 48 hours notice of Obama's intentions to announce his ridiculous demands before the speech was actually delivered. In fact, Netanyahu was scheduled to fly to the United States for an official visit to the White House and to address Congress, and was actually in the air at the time of the speech. Coincidence? Hardly.


"So it's not going to happen," Netanyahu told a tight-jawed Obama in front of the president's adoring sycophants in the press. "Everybody knows it's not going to happen. And I think it's time to tell the Palestinians forthrightly it's not going to happen."

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