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Friday, January 13, 2012

Irony alert: Obama claims Republicans would cut aid to Israel, except Ron Paul

Notice the advertisement above. It comes from President Obama's campaign website. It claims that Romney, Perry and Gingrich would cut aid to Israel. It's a lie. It doesn't mention Ron Paul. That's another lie. Maybe Obama wants to run against Ron Paul? Yid with Lid reports.
Each of these candidate have said they would take a zero-based approach to foreign aid, not one of them has indicated they would stop sending aid to Israel. Each of the above candidates have long track records of supporting Israel, at times both Gingrich and Perry have been accused of being over the top in their support of the Jewish State. As for Romney, support of Israel is one of the areas he hasn't flip-flopped on.

Obama's internal polling must show he is in danger of losing a big slice of the 78% of Jews who voted for him in 2008--hence his recent appointment of an Orthodox Jew as his Chief of Staff and his lies about the GOP and Israel.
I think Obama wants to run against Ron Paul, because that will make all the Israel supporters stay home.

He doesn't mention Santorum either but I suspect that's because Santorum hasn't called for zero-based foreign aid.

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At 3:24 PM, Blogger Jesterhead45 said...

While I do not watch BBC news that often, it was strange yet unsurprising seeing the Beeb heavily promoting Ron Paul as the only suitable Republican candidate in a similar manner to how they promoted Obama in the last election.

At 4:17 PM, Blogger Empress Trudy said...

That's because Ron Paul touches on all the BeeB antisemitic bullet points.

At 8:50 PM, Blogger Captain.H said...

The BBC! Pah! The Beeb would consider the only "suitable" Republican would be a British Labour Party member who is an anti-Semitic, Global Warmist, UN-o-phile.

I can get BBC News on my cable lineup but I never watch it. I only have manure in my garden, not on my TV.

At 8:54 AM, Blogger Jesterhead45 said...

Empress Trudy

Spot on


Being in the UK, I have little choice in the matter and since the Saudi's bought into Fox News only the internet is worthwhole place to get news.


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