Skip to comments.Prime Mininister Netanyahu's great response to a protester
Posted on 05/24/2011 8:57:17 AM PDT by umpqua
During PM Netanyahu's address to Congress, he was interrupted by a protester shouting from the gallery. He paused, and remarked that this is a true sign of democracy. That this person is allowed to speak their piece, and couldn't happen in a sham democracy like Iran. The comment was met with a standing ovation. Nice response to a protester I thought.
A REAL leader
Yep, you said a mouthful!
This points up a difference between a statesman and a rabble rousing community organizer.
Of course, the wisdom of his observation will be lost on the loudmouth idiot who interrupted the speech.
... not to mention every idiot/traitor who voted for Obama.
Much more intelligent than the typical response from the street punk.
I am so impressed with Netanyahu! He is one tough cookie and we need more like him!
I am watching live and he is ROCKING THE HOUSE!
Saying what must be said — like a real man! I envy Israel having a real man at the helm, not a manchild schlub like we have.
There exist in America wholly unrestrained, abundant and very vigorous outlets for the expression of every conceivable objection to or criticism of the administration or its opponents.
That some coarse, selfish malcontent feels compelled to ALSO personally interfere with the free expression of any OTHER individual or group is criminally unfair and speaks volumes about the integrity of disaffected losers who behave, and are treated as if they have NO OTHER recourse!!
Worse yet, the same unfettered (and supposedly unbiased) MSM which guarantees expression of all opponents to public policy never examines or publicizes the patently mean and ill-judged motivation behind this kind of outburst
So wonderful to have him over for a visit. Hopefully our next President will really roll out the red carpet for the leadership of Israel. That would be VERY nice.
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