Likud MK: After the elections, we'll call him President Chickensh*t
Here in Israel, our politicians are really paranoid about interfering in other countries' elections (something the Democratic party
in the US has never
hesitated to do). So this statement
from Likud MK Miri Regev is probably about as big a blast against President Obama's chickensh*t comments as you're likely to get before next Tuesday.
"With all due respect for Obama, who is he to hand out grades to the
prime minister?” – Regev asked rhetorically in an interview with Arutz Sheva. “The utterances exhibit chutzpah, are unacceptable and constitute intervention in Israel's affairs by President Obama.
She added: "With all due respect to Obama, and I recognize the
importance of our relationship with the Americans, but to say that
Netanyahu has no courage and to compare him to other leaders? We do not
want to say what we think of Obama out of respect and because of the
"Jews will build homes everywhere in the Land of Israel, including
eastern Jerusalem, and the Arabs can also live anywhere in the state of
Israel,” she said, regarding a major point of contention between the US
Next Wednesday morning, we may see more politicians referring to Chickensh*t Obama.
Labels: Barack Hussein Obama, Binyamin Netanyahu, midterm elections, Miri Regev