Skip to comments.Why Israel Doesn't Trust Obama The U.S. is harder on its ally than on Iran's nuclear program.
Posted on 09/02/2012 1:52:15 PM PDT by Nachum
Barack Obama is fond of insisting that he "has Israel's back." Maybe he should mention that to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs.
In remarks to journalists in London quoted by the Guardian, General Martin Dempsey warned that any Israeli attack on Iran would "clearly delay but probably not destroy Iran's nuclear programs." He also said economic sanctions on Iran were having an effect and needed more time to work, but that the good they were doing "could be undone if [Iran] was attacked prematurely."
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Netanyahu got in a shouting match with the assistant sec. of state yesterday and told him the time is up. I would tell obama UP Yours!
No wonder Netanyahu is actively trying to prepare for the worst.
And hey, good luck with your site. You bad boy you.
I am a great admirer of Netanyahu and the Jewish people. I work for a company headquartered in Israel after all.
I just hope Bibi holds off for a couple of weeks as I’m flying there on business tomorrow.
I am with Netanyahu on this one though. UP YOURS OBAMA!!!
Sure he has Israel’s back. He is painting a bullseye on it.
Israel attacking Iran prior to our election would be a huge mistake. First of all, Israel would not get a full force commitment by the U.S. during a strike (and possibly resistance from the U.S.). Secondly, 0bama could gain in his re-election bid which would be disastrous in the long term for Israel.
Not really. 0bama’s ideology requires only two jackasses coupled to the wagon and no one steering it.
Which doesn’t even mention Moochelle could pull it by herself.
Good point. The convention will be a showcase of misfits pimping for the regime. How anyone can fall victim to their psy ops is beyond my comprehension. Thank the schools for intentionally dumbing-down our youth. I for one, will remain wise.
Ooops, sorry.. I thought I was on a different thread.
When Israel takes out Iran’s nuclear facilities, it won’t be carried live by the media.
And, afterwards, Iran is unlikely to make a major public announcement of what happened, just as Iraq and Syria didn’t when THEIR nuclear sites were attacked by Israel. Why call attention to such embarrassing setbacks?
And Israel will not announce its successful operation, because Israelis are adults; they don’t do ‘’Mission Accomplished!’’
Several days after the operation, the news will leak out. But if it happens while Obama is in office, don’t expect the MSM to carry it widely, because it will be an embarrassment for Obama, and our anti-Israel MSM does not want to dwell on good news for Israel.
For all we know, Iran’s nuclear sites have already been hit by now.
But I gladly accept your word(s) to the wise.
Eleutheria5’s link to op-ed about the op-ed:
If that were true, Obama would want them to attack.