Skip to comments.New World’s Record for Chutzpah: Obama’s Seder
Posted on 03/28/2010 12:09:35 PM PDT by Nachum
Some 29 years ago, the first president Bush earned the enmity of American Jews with his rant about being one lone guy standing up against the horde of AIPAC activists exercising their constitutional right to petition Congress. Bushs statement symbolized the intolerance and enmity that his administration felt toward Israel and its American friends. But say one thing for that Bush and his secretary of state, James f@#$ the Jews Baker: at least they never pretended to be anything but what they were, country-club establishment Republicans who were not comfortable with Israel or Jewish symbols. Not so Barack Hussein Obama.
After a week spent beating up on Israel, blowing a minor gaffe into an international incident, subjecting Israels prime minister to unprecedented insults that Obama would never think of trying on even the most humble Third World leader, and establishing the principle that the Jewish presence in eastern Jerusalem even in existing Jewish neighborhoods is illegal and an affront to American interests after all that, Obama plans on spending Monday night mouthing a few lines from the Passover Haggadah at a Seder held in the White House.
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The ultimate hypocrite...
“Next year in .... your side of Jerusalem..”
doubt he leaves them that much...
“establishment Republicans who were not comfortable with Israel or Jewish symbols”
That’s funny. Seems to me it’s always Republicans who want Israel to do what it wants, while Dems give lip service to “Jews” and back-stab Israel every chance they get against their precious Moslems.
Country club republicans and libs have lots in common.
The first President Bush had a very tense relationship with Israel. Among other things, he withheld loan guarantees that Israel needed to absorb the large numbers of Soviet Jews who were immigrating in protest over Israel’s policies in the West Bank. His Secretary of State, James Baker, crystallized his attitude by saying “fuck the Jews, they don’t vote for us anyway.” Nixon, Reagan, and G.W. Bush were all very pro-Israel. Bush I was an exception.
This would be a great cause celeb for Palin. Let her lead the country in shouting “Next Year in Jerusalem”
Any freeper have any contacts?
Wait! I just saw Barry O. on TV in Bagrahm. Can he make the 18 hour flight back to the U.S. in time?
82% for Obama???
as ye sow so shall ye reap.
I have never seen any other source claim that Valerie Jarrett is Jewish. I wonder if Tobin is correct in that statement.
So far as I can figure out Baker denied making the comment. Ed Koch said he got it from a "well-placed source," but never said who heard it or when and where it was said.
... after all that, Obama plans on spending Monday night mouthing a few lines from the Passover Haggadah at a Seder held in the White House.
So if he doesn't get back from Afghanistan in time does that make it better or worse?
She was born in Iran
A Seder attended by Kapos willing to sell their brothers and sisters out.
Her parents are African-American.
Valerie Jarrett’s grandmother was the Voodoo Queen of New Orleans. He must be thinking of someone else.
It seems that the author erroneously added the Jewish part in quoting the NYTimes about her participation.
I agree with you. It seems pretty clear to anyone with a brain that Obama intends to destroy Israel, see the Jews butchered, and give it all to the Moslems.
It is absolutely appalling that Obama plans to host a Seder. He is making a mockery of Passover.
What is interesting here is that it is Pharaoh, once again, mocking GOD.
And, we all know what happened there........
The article goes on to say that the first 0bama Seder was initiated by a few Jewish campaign workers and Obama dealt himself in, ending it by saying “Next year in the White House.”
I prefer to remind his highness of the portion in the Haggadah which refers to ...In every generation, one arises to destroy us...