Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Obama tells group of Conservative rabbis Republicans falsely portraying him as being unsupportive of Israel

WASHINGTON (Ynet) – US President Barack Obama met with a group of Conservative rabbis and Conservative Movement leaders on Tuesday in the Roosevelt Room of the White House.

The wide-ranging discussion included a focus on Israel, Iran, and domestic concerns. The president and his chief of staff Jacob Lew spent an hour answering questions from Conservative leadership from across the country.
Are you ready for BS? Here goes:
During the meeting, Obama told the rabbis that when he was running for Senate some accused him of being the Jewish lobby's "puppet" because of his many Jewish associates in Chicago. Now, he said, the Republicans are trying to portray him as not being supportive of Israel by stressing the fact that his father was Muslim and he has a Muslim name, as well as by claiming that he had been overly aggressive in pushing Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to promote the peace process with the Palestinians.

According to the US leader, he had Israel's best interest in mind.

I fail to see how his participation in pro-Palestinian gatherings and fundrasings and his personal friendship with anti-Israeli Palestinian "activists" goes for "having Israel's best interest in mind" or makes him the Jewish lobby's "puppet".