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Obama Calls Israeli Warnings Over Iranian Nukes, “Noise”
Posted By Daniel Greenfield On September 23, 2012 @ 8:53 pm In The Point | 8 Comments
In an interview to air tonight on CBS’s 60 Minutes, President Barack Obama will refer to Israel’s concern over Iran’s march toward a nuclear program as “noise.”
“When it comes to our national security decisions — any pressure that I feel is simply to do what’s right for the American people. And I am going to block out — any noise that’s out there,” Obama says,
That’s certainly a noble attitude for Obama to take. Remember the time he decided that it was in the interests of the American people to turn Libya and Mali over to Al Qaeda?
A decision that he made from the all-American town of Rio based on a request from the Arab League, which is pretty much Saudi Arabia. But that’s the thing about Obama… he always puts America first.
President Barack Obama, defending his foreign policy record at a time of anti-American rage in the Muslim world, fired back at suggestions from Republican Mitt Romney that the president has been weak with allies and enemies alike.
In an interview airing the night before Obama meets with other world leaders at the United Nations, the president said, “If Gov. Romney is suggesting that we should start another war, he should say so.”
Or like Obama, he could not say so and start another war in Libya. And Syria, the way Obama is going. But with Obama we can be assured that he won’t start a war for Israel, like that jew-lover Romney. Obama will just start wars for Saudi Arabia, Qatar, the Muslim Brotherhood and his second-cousin Ahmed. That’s the way a true American patriot like Barack Hussein Obama does it, facing his mangled version of the Stars and Stripes, with one hand over his crotch and the other fiddling with his earpiece.
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