Skip to comments.White House hosts Hanukkah party
Posted on 12/03/2010 9:10:13 AM PST by ColdOne
President Obama, first lady Michelle Obama and Vice President Joe Biden hosted a party Thursday marking the second day of the Jewish holiday of Hanukkah. Obama offered condolences to those who have died in a forest fire in northern Israel before recounting the story of the Maccabees fighting in the Temple in Jersualem watching a day's worth of oil burn for eight.
(Excerpt) Read more at politico.com ...
"King Abdullah expected to talk about militarily confronting Iran,
and he couldnt believe it when Obama kept reciting bromides
about the earth-shattering importance of the Israeli/Arab conflict
and his enthusiasm for solving it. ... the President later emphasized
his abiding support for Saudi Arabias Israel Has To Commit Suicide plan
but the King kind of thought he was dealing with a serious person
who could separate spectacle from policy.
Instead he got the equivalent of an International Relations graduate student
enamored with pseudo-sophisticated insights
hed gleaned from Arab media outlets."
They hold it every year.
For whom was the Weekly White Hut Feast held on Wednesday?
Maybe they’ll apologize for snubbing the representative from Israel a couple months ago.
....but I’m not holding my breath....
What a moron.
Always a day late...
Tell your friend obamakah, to go get his yalmulka
It's so much fun-akkah, to smoke mara-juanic-a...
I was just listening to that this morning, ha!
BUT OBUMMER HIMSELF WAS NOT THERE!
right....and Mullah Hussein is conveniently gone so he doesn’t have to be near any Jews.
Like the title said “The White House” is the sponsor.
Did Obama offer condolences for the American workers killed in the BP accident? I don’t remember but he did pretty quickly for foreign fire victims.
“BUT OBUMMER HIMSELF WAS NOT THERE!”
What am I missing? The article posted here and the accompanying video indicates that he was there and that he made some remarks. The official WH Blog has the same video as well as some photos of the event. This party was held the night of December 2.
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