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Friday, June 11, 2010

'Mr. President, whose side are you on?'

This is Representative Mike Pence (R-Ind) and it's great. Let's make it go viral.

Let's go to the videotape (Hat Tip: Ophir T).

Wasn't that great? How many Jews do you think there are in his district? (Hint: Very few).


At 4:28 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Have you noticed how easily the media manipulates obama? He is truly a simpleton when it comes to public opinion.

At 4:53 PM, Blogger nomatter said...

My dream is that every representative speak against their president even if their president is of their political persuasion.

Congratulations to Representative Pence. He has been a vocal and tireless advocate and supporter of Israel for many years.

The disgusting side of politics is that it is rare to hear this kind of rhetoric against the president an individual put into office.

This tireless advocate for Israel never once vocalized disappointment each time President George W. Bush axed the embassy act. (a campaign promise made prior to taking office first term) He never vocalized disappointment when Bush failed to send a representative of his administration to the ceremonies of the Anniversary of the Reunification of Jerusalem. Nothing when Bush formulated the U.S. led quartet made up of three openly hostile anti-Semitic entities. Where was his voice when Bush called Israel "occupiers who cause daily humiliation to the Palestinians?" Where was this dynamic voice and friend of Israel when Bush warned Israel to make sure the Palestinian state was contiguous,viable and not resembling swiss cheese?" Where was his voice when ZOA the oldest Zionist organization in America admonished Bush over and over again? Where was his voice when Bush called Abbas the denier of the Holocaust, "A MAN OF PEACE?"
Where was his voice when Bush sank billions to the PA following the bloodiest of all intifada's? Reward for terror in an era of post 9-11, War on Terror when Bush stated in a state of the union that no country dare harbor terror! Silence when Bush sank billions in training the Palestinian Security forces whose thank you to the U.S and President Bush came in the form of MARCHING TO THE NAZI GOOSESTEP.

Indeed Obama needs one hell of a lot of smack downs and I do appreciate the one especially given by Pence. It was brilliant.However it appears to be easier to give those smack downs when Israel is raped by the other side of the isle.

Silence for 8 years tells me much of the protests I hear now is more about Obama then about Israel.

Taking our eyes off the prize is because of our desperate need for friends.

At 6:22 PM, Blogger Unknown said...

Pence's district is near (but not in) Indy, where our Jewish community and Shul are. He has spoken at pro-Israel events, including at our Shul. For a politician, he's as close as we Jews get to a real friend.

At 6:38 PM, Blogger Unknown said...

It appears to me that the above comment by "nomatter" was a knee-jerk response based on no research.

I ask "nomatter" to probe into Pence's long record as a Congressman and previously as a talk-show host with respect to Israel, instead of inflicting assumptions on us about Pence's level of support prior to Obama.


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