WH connections to Israeli election

When John Boehner invited Netanhahu to speak to Congress it stirred a flurry of criticism from the Left and the White House. How dare he, and without asking the Prez’s permission even?! It’s against protocol.

The excuse and reasons from the White House are usually as bad as their actions. So too with this. Obama does not want to meet with Bibi while here. They claim it is because it is an election season in Israel and they make a habit not to give even an appearance of interfering with elections.

This too gets very hairy when the truth comes out. I knew they had no love for Netanyahu, and they would not want to lend more credence to him or his electability. Assuming, as I will, that is a major reason they will not not deal with him when he comes.

Even that is worse and more erroneous. The hypocrisy just never ends with this crew of ideologues and miscreants. It turns out that Obama’s campaign gurus are actually working hard to oust Netanyahu. Oh, that’s rich at the same time they are claiming they don’t even want to give the appearance of meddling in Israeli politics. See

I knew they did not want to lend any legitimacy to Netanyahu’s leadership. But this is even more chutzpah than most people imagined. Though I can’t be surprised by anything they do. When Obama says things like all options are on the table, it is important to understand what that means, namely to him and his cohorts.

But then anyone should realize whenever Obama says something is a matter of “principle” — or law or Constitution — it is a complete ruse. (EO on Immigration)

Couple that with the intermingling of Obama operatives in Canada’s electoral process. That was highlighted in an excellent post by Blessed B at Nox and Friends.(article) Sure they are out to support opposition to leaders they don’t like. It’s clear.

Now what is also clear is that not only is their excuse about meeting with Bibi a ruse, but meddling in other countries’ politics is their forte. It’s a righteous liberal crusade to them. They pride themselves on politics. It’s like the Mafia, it is their thing. Remember the Arab Spring and Egypt, supporting the Muslim Brotherhood. There was the then Senator Obama campaigning in Africa for Raila Odinga.(which he denied)

So when they trot out that excuse of not giving the appearance of meddling in elections, know what that really means. I.e. Obama standing on a principle that doesn’t exist.

Dang that appearance

Ynet news: “As a matter of longstanding practice and principle, we do not see heads of state or candidates in close proximity to their elections, so as to avoid the appearance of influencing a democratic election in a foreign country,” National Security Council spokeswoman Bernadette Meehan said.

Yet having other leaders come to the White House and go to lobby Congress, even on national security matters, is perfectly acceptable to them. “Get over it!”

Can Obama restrain himself from casting a vote of influence? The question going forward: is his legacy and future applying his influence on elections?

During the midterms he tried to avoid having a negative impact on Democrats. And they didn’t want him around. Bad enough the ghost of Obama was everywhere. But then he made a pronouncement that all his policies or issues were very much on the ballot — right there between the lines — despite his ballot absence. He just couldn’t resist.

We saw how hard it was for him to stay out of the election process. He can’t. Is it just a sign of what’s to come: The Obama-Jarrett Roadshow? He just has special animosity for Netanyahu, Israel. Principle and Obama are not compatible.

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7 comments on “WH connections to Israeli election

  1. peppermintfarm says:

    Bull, I read online about the treachery of Obama and his thugs setting up in Tel Aviv to defeat Bibi. Just when you think he can’t sink any further, he does something else. I feel so livid over this. He is so dangerous and outrageous that he would do this to our only real ally in the ME.

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    • Bullright says:

      Pepp,
      Yea, it’s depressing that his fingers are in everything. Like he doesn’t have enough on his plate? The only good news is how well Zero is disliked over there. And I don’t think Israel will cast him any more pearls. But he stretches the meaning of outrage. Then they actually try and explain it! Boy, did America pick a winner with him. (sarcasm)

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      • peppermintfarm says:

        Bull, yeah King O is not popular in Israel but I’m hearing from a friend in Israel that the ppl there are not happy with Bibi right now. This is from Golan, Purplegimp’s friend and helper. He said the ppl are tired of wars and they think Bibi gets them into it. Of course that’s just one opinion and I hope it’s wrong.

        Those ppl who picked a “winner” (sarc) I’d like to see NOT vote anymore.

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        • Bullright says:

          Pepp, hey there’s an idea. They screwed up this bad in picking a prez, they deserve a long “time out” to study the consequences. That opinion may be from some. But I don’t see that Bibi is really causing it. There is a powerful undervoice for Peres among people. And he’s been making statements. I expect the WH to start echoing him, to try and bolster their rationale.

          But if many Jews aren’t too happy with Bibi, I can’t imagine why O would have any popularity since he is antagonizing and feeding their enemies. What really bugs me is the arrogance of Obama’s WH, in pursuit of their “deal,” is holding Israel’s security hostage. More than once they have intervened too. Bad enough to have enemies all around, but then to have your biggest ally working to undermine you is tough to swallow.

          Like here, people really have to come to terms with who has their best interests in mind. Let’s hope they don’t screw up as bad as we did. Mistakes cost a fortune.

          On a side note, the right-wing conservative in France is making headway. She’s coming back, and I bet they do anything to stomp her down.

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  2. Blessed B. says:

    Obi may think that he has some influence in Israel and he can get Bibi thrown out….the truth is though… Bibi is loved by many Israeli’s. I believe they understand that they need a strong leader to survive.

    I predict that Bibi will once again be in the seat he has occupied for many years now. 🙂

    No thanks to Obi!

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    • Bullright says:

      Blessed B, thanks for the comments, kudos for shedding a light on this cabal.

      Thank goodness the Jews there are different than many Jews here, duped by Dems. You’re right, and in fact Bibi isn’t being strong enough for some of them. Obama is the furthest thing from an ally they had. Even Carter wasn’t this bad. No thanks to Obama is right. I don’t think Bibi is fooled by the lies.

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