The Balls on This Guy: Clown Obama Says Netanyahu Undermines Israeli Credibility ‘As a Whole’

Posted by on Jun 02, 2015 at 4:51 pm
U.S. President Barack Obama smiles as he talks with Pope Francis during a private audience at the Vatican City

Coming from the buffoon who’s left America’s credibility in tatters. This is just breathtaking.

President Obama says Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s position on Palestinian statehood undermines the credibility of his country.

Netanyahu has recently expressed willingness to re-enter talks with Palestinians, but Obama said his stance contains “so many caveats, so many conditions, that it is not realistic to think that those conditions would be met any time in the near future.”

“The danger here is that Israel as a whole loses credibility,” Obama said in an interview with Israel’s Channel 2 television network that aired Tuesday.

Remarkably, Obama also claims he’s the closest thing to a Jew to sit in the White House  and has restored the U.S. to world dominance.

Yes, really.

Obama’s comments could further escalate his long-running feud with Israel’s leader over the two-state solution and the U.S.’s pursuit of a nuclear deal with Iran.

Yeah, you think?

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3 Responses to “The Balls on This Guy: Clown Obama Says Netanyahu Undermines Israeli Credibility ‘As a Whole’”

  1. J. J. Sefton on 3/03/15 at 8:37 am

    If by “Jew” he means Soros, Chomsky and the kapos at Auschwitz, then, yeah. Joo.

  2. red speck on 3/03/15 at 11:12 am

    Putin’s a good guy. Iran only wants nukes so they can be energy independent, and Netanyahu is undermining Israel’s credibility by not unconditionally surrendering to the Palestinians.

    What color is the sky in O’s world?

  3. looking closely on 3/03/15 at 3:29 pm

    Unfortunately, Obama himself has zero credibility in the Middle East.

    The Saudis just badly snubbed him, Iran is playing him, Assad of Syria is laughing at him. Egypt hates him, and the Iraqis are appalled. Obama is quite literally a punch-line in the Middle East right now. Nobody takes him seriously.

    Meanwhile in Israel, Obama is the least popular American President in at least 30 years. He pretty clearly doesn’t care about Israeli security, and the Israelis really don’t care what he has to say.

    So for Obama to say that Netanyahu. . .who was just re-elected and put together a majority coalition in Israel. . .is sacrificing Israeli credibility, is exactly upside down.

    What Obama doesn’t seem to “get” is that the thing that buys credibility in the Middle East is ACTION. . .not rhetoric. Fortunately Netanyahu isn’t nearly stupid enough to actually do what Obama is suggesting, but were he to reverse course on Palestinian negotiations, he himself would lose all his credibility. The Israeli public that just elected him would turn on him, he’d be out of office, and *THEN* Israel would lose credibility.