Tuesday, June 02, 2015

first Jewish president?

"He [David Axelrod] also recalled Obama venting in a moment of contemplation, telling him, ‘You know, I think I am the closest thing to a Jew that has ever sat in this office. For people to say that I am anti-Israel, or, even worse, anti-Semitic, it hurts.’"  (link)

I almost spit my coffee across my desk reading this one.  Do you laugh at how absurd it is or cry because more than half the Jews out there believe it when he says it?  Since the title of "first black president" was taken, I guess Obama wants to be called the first Jewish one.


  1. I will break my "no comment" rule on this one. Herr Obama knows he is corrupt, traitorous, dishonest, and vile. Being a major anti-Semite, he thinks of Jews as being the same. Thus, he can make the identification.

  2. More reasonably, it's well established that the Jews are their own worst enemies. This is not because we're inherently self destrictive, but because their interior life, their intellectual convictions, often trump their comment sense. For obvious example, Chomsky and his many running dogs. I'm not talking about Soros, who's simply a miyuskeit. I don't believe that's true of Chomsky. He just decided, on the basis of his awesome intellect, that the people who hate the Jews and the state of Israel, are right. Same with the Neturei mamzeirim. I still believe that Obama wants to do the right thing for the Jews. Only a Jew could rationalize his behavior as "good for the Jews."

    1. “There are notions so foolish that only an intellectual will believe them,: as Orwell wrote.

      >>>I still believe that Obama wants to do the right thing for the Jews.

      Had it only been his left wing anti-Israel agenda in question, I would say maybe you are right. Maybe he thinks forcing Israel to make concession after concession and constantly pressuring them is part of some warped giant peace plan he is trying to impose. But when you take into account his callous indifference to anti-semitism, e.g. his non-response to the murders in Paris, I think one is forced to the conclusion that he simply hates Jews. What else would you expect of someone raised with his background, in the church he attended, surrounded by friends like Khalid Rashidi (the tape of Obama toasting him still suppressed by the LA Times)?

    2. The quote from Orwell either supports my contention or ridicules it. But upon reflection, the conjunctions in the previous sentence are probably incorrect.

  3. If Clinton could call himself the first Black president then why can't Obama call himself the first Jewish one?