The Hissy Fits Over Bush’s Knesset Comments Continue

Senator Squisy, AKA, Senator “someone mentioned appeasement so they must have been talking about me,” AKA Barack NMN Obama, is still whining about Bush’s comments, and all sorts of outlets, from the Credentialed Media to the left wing blogs to the Democrat stooges are still having meltdowns. It is front page of most of the credentialed media, and features this video of the Messiah

That reminds me, I need to get some whine and cheese for the little soiree I am going to tonight.

(MSNBC) “I’m a strong believer in civility and I’m a strong believer in a bipartisan foreign policy, but that cause is not served with dishonest, divisive attacks of the sort that we’ve seen out of George Bush and John McCain over the last couple days, ” Obama told about 2,000 voters at a town hall-style meeting in a livestock barn.

“That’s exactly the kind of appalling attack that’s divided our country and that alienates us from the world,” Obama said.

This speech once again proves that Obama has missed the last 7 years of Democrat attacks on the United States’ foreign policy, much like he missed the 20 years of hate Jeremiah Wright spewed. Attacks such as

  • As Commander in Chief of the United States Military, I will never send our sons and daughters and our brothers and sisters to die in a foreign land without telling the truth about why they’re going there. Howard Dean
  • This country was the moral leader of the world until George Bush became president. Howard Dean
  • Shamefully we now learn that Saddam’s torture chambers reopened under new management, U.S. management. Ted Kennedy
  • You know, education, if you make the most of it, you study hard, you do your homework and you make an effort to be smart, you can do well. If you don’t, you get stuck in Iraq. John Kerry (humorously, Brainy Quote has removed John Kerry from it’s website. Guess his 15 minutes has expired)
  • George Bush’s vision does not live up to the America I enlisted in the Navy to defend, the America I have fought for in the Senate, and the America that I hope to lead as President. John Kerry
  • ”He betrayed this country!” Al Gore
  • “If I read this to you and did not tell you that it was an FBI agent describing what Americans had done to prisoners in their control, you would most certainly believe this must have been done by Nazis, Soviets in their gulags, or some mad regime – Pol Pot or others – that had no concern for human beings. Sadly, that is not the case.” Dick Durbin

 This is your party, Barack. Did you ever speak out against the anti-American hate emenating from your side? No? Goodness!

The Washington Post detailed some of the lessons of this whole exchange, one of them being

The third, and most important lesson, is that Obama is ready and willing to fight Republicans over foreign policy and national security concerns.

If only he was willing to fight America’s enemies half as much as he is willing to fight fellow Americans.

Joe Gandleman at The Moderate Voice (I believe I missed where there was anything moderate about the website, which seems to be a cheerleader for Obama)

Obama turned the proverbial lemon (being attacked by Bush and being put on the defensive and having to answer) into lemonade (going after Bush by rattling off specific criticisms, using humor and sarcasm and tethering McCain tightly to Bush one after McCain made a major speech in which the Arizona Senator tried to inch himself away from the most unpopular President in modern polling history).

Amazingly, Joe misses the point that Bush never mentioned Obama or any other Democrat, yet, immediately assumes that the speech was about Obama and the Democrats. What does that say about the mindset of Democrats and what they believe foreign policy to be?

In response, the McCain campaign said in a statement, “It was remarkable to see Barack Obama’s hysterical diatribe in response to a speech in which his name wasn’t even mentioned. These are serious issues that deserve a serious debate, not the same tired partisan rants we heard today from Senator Obama.”

McCain further went on to say in a speech

Earlier today, Sen. Obama made a few remarks I would like to respond to. I welcome a debate about protecting America. No issue is more important. Sen. Obama claimed all I had to offer was the ‘naive and irresponsible belief’ that tough talk would cause Iran to give up its nuclear program. He should know better. I have some news for Sen. Obama: Talking, not even with soaring rhetoric, in unconditional meetings with the man who calls Israel a ‘stinking corpse’ and arms terrorists who kill Americans will not convince Iran to give up its nuclear program. It is reckless to suggest that unconditional meetings will advance our interests.

It would be a wonderful thing if we lived in a world where we don’t have enemies. But that is not the world we live in, and until Sen. Obama understands that reality, the American people have every reason to doubt whether he has the strength, judgment and determination to keep us safe.

Mark Steyn

It says something for Democrat touchiness that the minute a guy makes a generalized observation about folks who appease terrorists and dictators the Dems assume: Hey, they’re talking about me. Actually, he wasn’t – or, to be more precise, he wasn’t talking only about you. (snip)

President Reagan talked with the Soviets while pushing ahead with the deployment of Cruise and Pershing missiles in Europe. He spoke softly – after getting himself a bigger stick. Sen. Obama is proposing to reward a man who pledges to wipe Israel off the map with a presidential photo-op to which he will bring not even a twig. No wonder he’s so twitchy about it.

I’d tell Obama to Man Up!, but, he is a liberal, ya know, so it would be a waste of words.

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2 Responses to “The Hissy Fits Over Bush’s Knesset Comments Continue”

  1. Kathy says:


    I have just started to visit your site because you have been guest blogging over at Right Wing News. So far I’ve loved your posts.

    All I can say is that Barack Obama is a mislead moron. As a matter of fact I can’t support any of the three stooges that are running for President. I say we need to start a write in campaign, say for Fred Thompson or Duncan Hunter?

    Just wanted to let you know that I’m a transplant to Raleigh and have been here for 9 years.

    Thanks so much for your commentary, I really enjoy it.

  2. Thank you, Kathy! I appreciate the sentiments very much.

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