Skip to comments.AIPAC: Don't boo Obama
Posted on 05/18/2011 10:09:43 AM PDT by Nachum
A reader forwards over an email from AIPAC President Lee Rosenberg to delegates to the organization's annual policy conference, which will feature President Obama's and Prime Minister Netanyahu's coming speeches to the organization.
It's titled "Welcoming Guests Into our Home" and I don't think anyone over there is worried the crowd will heckle Bibi:
The goal of the conference, as always, is to have every speaker, honored guest, member of Congress, Senator, and administration official who joins us feel that we have done everything we can to extend our hand in friendship. They must walk away from the conference knowing that we look forward to working together, with them, to make America and Israel stronger. Each speech and appearance at the conference is an important opportunity for us to accomplish that critical goal.
We have always had the perspective that these speakers and guests have been invited into our home and we will treat them with the warmth, deference, respect, and appreciation that anyone would be accorded as such.
(Excerpt) Read more at politico.com ...
poo poo poo
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I would like to throw a cream pie at him!
Waste of a good cream pie!
obama selling forgery birth certificate t-shirts!!!...
How ‘bout a bag of poo?
obama selling truth squad birth certificate t-shirts!!!!...
How about shoes?....................
***I would like to throw a cream pie at him!***
Why waste a good cream pie on him? Go out into a cow pasture and find a nice green cow pie! Preferably one from a cow with green grass scours!
During the 2004 GOP convention in NYC, I was invited to an AIPAC reception at which Guiliani spoke. It was an awesome speech, wonderful event. Rudy was great..had some superb lines ( “Hillary Clinton and I finally share something in common. We BOTH hope that Bush wins the election.”) The enthusiasm was palpable...W. had already shown himself to be the best friend Israel had ever had in the WH, and I came away convinced, especially since 9/11, that American Jews would finally start to peel off from the Dem party. Nope..never happened. Bush did a little better with the Jews in 2004..McCain less so..and now, look what’s in the WH...
Pretty typical of the Obama regime.
Didn't Ben Stein support Al Franken (D -- Acorn) for the Senate? Go back to the movies with Nicholas Cage, Ben.
Maybe they will throws shoes at Barry, that’s what he understands.
The author is Ben Smith, not Ben Stein.
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