John McCain Tells Obama To Get Over
'Temper Tantrum' On Israel
5 hours ago
"get over his temper tantrum" over Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin
"The president should get over it. Get over your temper tantrum, Mr.
President, it's time that we work together with our Israeli friends and try to
stem this tide of ISIS and Iranian movement throughout the region, which is
threatening the very fabric of the region. The least of your problems is what
Bibi Netanyahu said during an election campaign," McCain said on CNN's
"State of the Union."
On Monday, just before Israelis headed to the polls in an election,
Netanyahu said that there would not be a two-state solution for Israel and the
Palestinians while he was prime minister. While Netanyahu later tried to backtrack on those comments, Obama told The Huffington
Post on Friday that the United States was operating under the assumption that Netanyahu did not
support a two-state solution.
Obama also told HuffPost that he was deeply uncomfortable with the way that
Netanyahu released a video on election day warning that Arab-Israelis were
going to the polls "in droves."
"We indicated that that kind of rhetoric was contrary to what is the
best of Israel's traditions. That although Israel was founded based on the
historic Jewish homeland and the need to have a Jewish homeland, Israeli
democracy has been premised on everybody in the country being treated equally
and fairly," Obama said. "And I think that that is what's best about
Israeli democracy. If that is lost, then I think that not only does it give
ammunition to folks who don't believe in a Jewish state, but it also I think
starts to erode the meaning of democracy in the country."
McCain, on the other hand, simply chalked Netanyahu's comments up to the
rhetoric of elections.
"If every politician were held to everything they said in a political
campaign, obviously that would be a topic of long discussion," McCain
said. "Bibi's rhetoric concerning an election campaign pales in comparison
as to the direct threat to the United States of America concerning ISIS."
"The president has his priorities so screwed up that it's unbelievable,"He added.
Obama is also reportedly considering weakening support for Israel at the
U.N. McCain said on Sunday that if that resolution passed, Congress should
examine its funding for the United Nations.
bastards to fuck their Israel nation as much as they like in their normal style
they do to their parents and children like animal fuck their family
But dare not set eyes on the prestige, dignity and honor of
US in collusion and collaboration with the worst sons of bitches and the Nazi's
sons the genocide criminal and a worst assassin criminal Netanyahu PM of
Israel, speaker Boehner and Mitch
MacConnel your sodomize-rs Party men.
If you fail to advice them, you would find their including your ass hole with
laceratedwounds. Bastard, came to advice the President, IDIOT.