Obama blames Jewish suspicion on his middle name … is this clown serious? I guess it is a good thing his middle name is not “Adolf”.
Once again we are witness to a President, Barack Hussein Obama, who is LOST IN SMALLNESS. In an interview regarding Israel and Jewish relations and the issue of Iran in the Middle East Barack Obama said the following, “some of it may just be the fact that my middle name is Hussein, and that creates suspicion.” WHAT? Could Barack Obama possibly trivialize Jewish sentiment any more? Dear Mr. President, you middle name could have been “Smith” and with your policies and actions Israel would feel the same way.
During the interview Wednesday, when confronted with the anxiety that some Israelis feel toward him, Obama said that “some of it may just be the fact that my middle name is Hussein, and that creates suspicion.”
“Ironically, I’ve got a Chief of Staff named Rahm Israel Emmanuel. My top political advisor is somebody who is a descendant of Holocaust survivors. My closeness to the Jewish American community was probably what propelled me to the U.S. Senate,” Obama said.
“I think that sometimes, particularly in the Middle East, there’s the feeling of the friend of my enemy must be my enemy, and the truth of the matter is that my outreach to the Muslim community is designed precisely to reduce the antagonism and the dangers posed by a hostile Muslim world to Israel and to the West,” Obama went on to say.
Mr. President, it probably has nothing to do that you are perceived a a Muslim sympathizer. So Obama thinks that it’s his middle name that is the issue, at least he didn’t call Israel racists and blame their suspicion of him on his skin color. But for Obama, the idiotic excuses and blame game have become all too common.
Let’s see the real reassons why Israel has an issue with Barack Obama.
But Israelis’ antipathy for Obama – which is pretty much across the board for Israeli Jews – has nothing to do with his middle name. It has to do with his (in)actions over Iran, which cannot help but create the impression that he wants Iran to become a nuclear power. It has to do with his raising issues – and expectations on the ‘Palestinian’ side – that Israelis felt had long since been put to bed, like Jewish neighborhoods that are over the armistice line in Jerusalem and the ‘settlement blocs.’