The "now is not the time" president speaks at AIPAC

The malevolent charlatan doesn’t stop there:

The Obama-endorsed anti-Semitic #Occupy AIPAC protesters were out in force today at the opening day of pro-Israel conference.

Obama to Jews: Give Diplomacy Yet Another Chance!

Blather, drivel and deceit. Read it here.

If you’re not yet laughing out loud hysterically, check this out:

Diplomacy Against Nukes:

“I firmly believe that an opportunity remains for diplomacy—backed by pressure—to succeed,”

Obama told more than 13,000 attendees at the American Israel Public Affairs Committee’s annual conference. “The United States and Israel both assess that Iran does not yet have a nuclear weapon, and we are exceedingly vigilant in monitoring their program.”

Obamsters Silence

The Palestinian refusal to recognize Israel as a Jewish State – reiterated last month by Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas – is the core of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Huge majorities of Palestinians refuse to accept “Israel as the homeland for the Jewish people,” instead keeping alive the dream of demographically overrunning Israel and restoring the land to some kind of pre-1948 utopia with bucolic post-Ottoman architecture and no running water. The erstwhile Palestinian negotiating position – “recognize Israel, but not as a Jewish State, in exchange for maximum territorial concessions” – very deliberately preserves the ideological basis for future war against the Jewish State. That’s why recognition of Israel’s Jewish character has been a central Israeli demand since at least the Olmert government.   (/Commentary)

“Evil Extremist Radical” Avigdor Liberman Offers Aid to Syrians

Liberman says “We are human beings first, before we are politicians, leaders, commentators and journalists.”

Arab gratitude will be eternal.

Back to Gingrich:

 “I am astonished at the desperation of the elite media to avoid rising gas prices, to avoid the president’s apology to religious fanatics in Afghanistan, to avoid a trillion dollar deficit, to avoid the longest period of unemployment since the great depression, and to suddenly decide that Rush Limbaugh is the great national crisis of this week,”Gingrich said when asked about the controversy by NBC’s David Gregory on “Meet the Press.”  (Pamela Geller)

Saying there is “no debate about access to contraception,“ Gingrich said there is instead ”this weird situation where President Obama apologizes to Islamic extremists while waging war against the Catholic Church.” 

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Republican presidential contender Newt Gingrich on Sunday blasted the media for zeroing in on radio host Rush Limbaugh’s comments about a Georgetown law student this week rather than focusing on President Barack Obama’s job performance.

“I am astonished at the desperation of the elite media to avoid rising gas prices, to avoid the president’s apology to religious fanatics in Afghanistan, to avoid a trillion dollar deficit, to avoid the longest period of unemployment since the great depression, and to suddenly decide that Rush Limbaugh is the great national crisis of this week,” Gingrich said when asked about the controversy by NBC’s David Gregory on “Meet the Press.”

Saying there is “no debate about access to contraception,“ Gingrich said there is instead ”this weird situation where President Obama apologizes to Islamic extremists while waging war against the Catholic Church.”

“You have an issue here of whether the government can coerce the Catholic Church, not just into contraception, but into sterilization and abortion, something I don’t find any reporter wants to talk about,” he said.

Pressed on whether Limbaugh was right to apologize, Gingrich acknowledged he was, but countered by saying: “Do you think the president owes an apology to all the men and women in uniform who he frankly abandoned when he apologized to religious fanatics in Afghanistan?

Gregory asked whether Gingrich could “appreciate the view of those” who see the situation as “some sort of war on women.”

“Nobody’s blocking anyone from having access to contraception,” Gingrich said again. “No one. The young lady who testified can get access to contraception. Nobody said she couldn’t. The question is should a Catholic institution, or for that matter, the Ohio Christian University which is a Protestant institution, which is a very pro-life institution, which is now being told it will have to pay for abortion pills….This is the most fundamental assault on religious liberty in American history despite every effort by the elite media to distort what it’s about.”

2 thoughts on “The "now is not the time" president speaks at AIPAC”

  1. Something is upside down here. Palestine is a non-existant, figment of some goof’s imagination. If these animals want some land, I understand there’s a few plots in the Artic someplace.

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