Typical clumsy Obama lies only AFTER rebuke from 327 Congressmen - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Dr. L. Brnd
    • 28.03.10 | 17:46 (IDT)

    The American people are getting quite fed up with his. Pattern is always the same: After Barak Hussein Obama Amateur Hour generates some mess, domestic or foreign policy, White House staff announces - "we didn't do anything wrong, YOU JUST DIDN'T UNDERSTAND! American people, or the World, are always simply too thick to correctly interpret Obama's message or actions. Of course, in this case, a flimsy "explanation" comes only after 327 members of Congress (bigger percentage by far than supported Obama's health care program) crisply told Obama that his direction and conduct with Netanyahu were way out of line. White House thinks, as usual, we're all idiots, forgetting Clinton already ADMITTED she and Obama had deliberately, artificially escalated tensions with Bibi, believing "it was paying off". I can't wait for White House explanation for Hillary's lie (to AIPAC!) about "Hamas dedicating a public square to a terrorist, proving they're anti-peace" (except Abbas' PA did it, not Hamas).

    from the article: Barak: U.S. ties are 'pillar and cornerstone' of Israel's security
    First published 10:16 28.03.10 | Last updated 22:38 28.03.10
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