Obama’s Friendships

February 12, 2009 at 12:15 am (Barack Obama, news) (, , , , , , )

Whether you like him or not, you have to agree President Obama has a problem picking friends. Reverend Wright, Bill Ayers, Farrakhan, Rezko, his wife…he just seems to be a magnet for them.

We’re all quite familar with all those associations, but not many people know that Rahm Emanuel, Obama’s trusted Chief of Staff, has a lot of dirt on him as a friend too.

Old Rahm happens to be a former Israeli soldier and son of a member of an Israeli terrorist organization, called Irgun. And by terrorist I mean defined-by-the-UN as terrorist.

Here he is in an interview with MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell talking about his ties with Israel, saying Israel will “have a friend in the White House“.

And disturbing of them all is this article where the Israeli author basically touts around how down for Israel Rahm Emanuel is :

“Obama chose Emanuel to escort him to a closed-door meeting with leaders of the pro-Israel lobby, AIPAC, in June, a day after the final Democratic primaries.”

“Obviously, he’ll influence the president to be pro-Israel. Why wouldn’t he? What is he, an Arab? He’s not going to be mopping floors at the White House.”

Now being Obama’s longtime friend, political associate and now top adviser, how would the clear-as-day-in-the-tank-for-Israel-110% Rahm influence the foreign policy of the United States? How could he possibly ever suggest anything other than the total destruction of the Palestinian Authority?

So great the world has gone from a Christian extremist who believes God told him to go forth and be responsible for the deaths of some 600,000 Iraqis, to a Jewish extremist who is far more cunning and is the guy whispering in the ear of the most powerful man in the world :

Dude I told you to nuke the Gaza strip by tonight I have a Bar Mitzvah to attend

"Dude I told you to nuke the Gaza strip by tonight I have a Bar Mitzvah to attend"

Something really is GRAVELY WRONG with Barack Obama’s choice of friends, or with fucking Barack Obama himself.

John McCain had it right all along : “That’s not change we can believe in“.

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