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Friday, March 19, 2010

The Obama danger zone

This post comes from an extremely anti-Israel blog written by a former BBC Reporter. But he just might be onto something here (Hat Tip: Dave L).
He knew something that all American presidents know about when serious initiatives for peace in the Middle East can and cannot be taken. (I know what that something is because one of them told me a few months after events had denied him a second term in office). Any American president has only two windows of opportunity to break or try to break the Zionist lobby’s stranglehold on Congress on matters to do with Israel/Palestine.

The first window is during the first nine months of his first term because after that the soliciting of funds for the mid-term elections begins. (Presidents don’t have to worry on their own account about funds for the mid-term elections, but with their approach no president can do or say anything that would cost his party seats in Congress. In Obama’s case that is going to be an extremely critical consideration because of the Democrats’ loss of the Massachusetts Senate seat, on 19 January 2010, to a Republican who had demonstrated his ability to read from Zionism’s script during the campaigning).

The second window of opportunity is the last year of his second term if he has one. In that year, because he can’t run for a third term, no president has a personal need for election campaign funds or organised votes.
Intuitively, that analysis seems correct.

All the more reason to start working now to defeat Obama in 2012.


At 6:56 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

The al-Guardian has portrayed the deal between Israel and the US as a climbdown for Israel's Prime Minister and a triumph for Obama and Clinton. One wonders how a deal that really didn't meet Obama's demand to cancel construction in Ramat Shlomo could be construed as a victory for him. And the supposed Israeli concessions to the Palestinians are unlikely to moderate them or bring a peace agreement within sight. All that the deal reached does is create a holding pattern until the next round of pressure on Israel because Israel is most susceptible to being moved by it.

That is the real Obama danger zone and its not going to go away any time soon.

At 3:13 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

When the pro-arab camp shouts out about victories it can only mean one thing - they lost. So much for the alGuardian.

But what strikes me about this post is the following comment: "an eminent Arab-American, actually a Palestinian-American, who knew Obama very well and, before the race for the White House entered its final, decisive stage, had private conversations with him. A few months before Obama’s victory, this gentleman said"

anyone lauding a Pal-Am who "knew Obama very well" (I wonder if that was in the biblical sense) hits the nail on the head re. why B.Hussain.O is so anti-Israel.


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