Skip to comments.Pro-Palestinian-in-Chief Obama’s hard-Left tilt is real
Posted on 05/27/2011 10:48:27 AM PDT by ventanax5
Its time to revisit the issue of President Obamas Palestinian ties. During his time in the Illinois state senate, Obama forged close alliances with the most prominent Palestinian political leaders in America. Substantial evidence also indicates that during his pre-Washington years, Obama was both supportive of the Palestinian cause and critical of Americas stance toward Israel. Although Obama began to voice undifferentiated support for Israel around 2004 (as he ran for U.S. Senate and his national visibility rose), critics and even some backers have long suspected that his pro-Palestinian inclinations survive...
The record is clear. Obamas heritage, his largely hidden history of leftist radicalism, and his close friendship with Rashid Khalidi, all bespeak sincerity, as Obamas other Palestinian associates agree. This is not to mention Reverend Wright whose rabidly anti-Israel sentiments, I show in Radical-in-Chief, Obama had to know about or Obamas longtime foreign-policy adviser Samantha Power, who once apparently recommended imposing a two-state solution on Israel through American military action. Decades of intimate alliances in a hard-Left world are a great deal harder to fake than a few years of speeches at AIPAC conferences.
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Good luck getting relected, radical!
That is the real evil.
Follow the money.....if you can. People in that position don’t do anything unless they get paid for it, sooner or later.
Question: How many Jewish-American’s voted for the o?
Answer: Those that didn’t care about the future of Israel as a Nation.
Thanks ventanax5. Of course, this just sweetens the deal for the skinheads and cross-burners who often pretend to be conservatives, libertarians, and/or Republicans.