What kind of message does this send to America’s enemies when the president of the United States gives a press conference standing in front of a banner celebrating one of the most brutal terrorists in history?
The picture of the Real Obama worth framing
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Radio talk show giant Mark Levin may want to know now that President Barack Hussein Obama’s back from his Israel trip, his White House schedule remains totally empty for Holy Week and Passover.
Obama’s usual sleep-late, no-meetings-until-lunch routine has been replaced with a blank itinerary. (See Below: Screenshots taken at 7:50 am EST 3/25/13)
Now that most are familiarized with this president’s taunting style, dare we hope that the other shoe won’t drop during this Holy Week?
Ever since his first election, Obama’s most stinging insults to Judeo-Christian society have come during Easter and Passover.
At Easter 2011, Obama posited that there was “something” about the Resurrection:
..”We are reminded that there is something about the resurrection…of our savior, Jesus Christ that puts everything else in perspective”: President Barack Obama, Tuesday, April 19, 2011.
Something about the Resurrection that puts everything else in perspective?
There was “something” about Obama’s Israel trip that gave many the proverbial creeps.
Aside from the “something about the Resurrection” remark, there was no 2011 Easter message from the White House, only these words, a curious and even bizarre comment by any president of the United States of America.
The comment left dangling in stale DC air was made during Holy Week, soon forgotten by Obama’s 10-day later claim that he and not the SEALS took out Osama bin Laden.
And now it’s Holy Week/ Passover 2013 with President Barack Hussein Obama just back from last week’s Israeli trip.
The last image of the public Obama in the West Bank, within days of the beginning of Holy Week, is the one of him taking part in a joint press conference with President Mahmoud Abbas under a beaming banner of Yasser Arafat, also known as the “father of modern terrorism”.
It’s a picture worth framing as the real Barack Obama.
“As Daniel Halper at The Weekly Standard has reported, Barack Obama took part in a joint press conference with President Mahmoud Abbas in the West Bank this morning under a beaming banner of Yasser Arafat, also known as the “father of modern terrorism”. The Standard piece quotes from an extensive timeline of Arafat’s reign of terror, drawn up by the Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America, reminding its readers of Arafat’s grim track record:
Groups under Arafat’s direct or indirect command – including Fatah, Black September, Tanzim and Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigade – were responsible for hundreds of bombings, hijackings, assassinations and other attacks, including the 1972 murder of 11 of Israel’s Olympic athletes in Munich, the 1973 murder of the American ambassador to Sudan, Cleo Noel, and the 1985 hijacking of the Achille Lauro cruiseship (resulting in the murder of wheelchair-bound Leon Klinghoffer).
It is simply astonishing that the leader of the free world would agree to speak against a backdrop of a murderous terrorist with American and Israeli blood on his hands. What kind of message does this send to America’s enemies when the president of the United States gives a press conference standing in front of a banner celebrating one of the most brutal terrorists in history? It projects a clear signal that Washington is weak in the face of terrorism, and it is an insult to the memory of those who died at the hands of Arafat’s terror network.” (The Telegraph, March 21, 2013).
Nowhere does Matthew 7:16’s “By their fruit you will recognize them” apply more aptly than it does to Barack Hussein Obama.
Obama left US soil on March 18th as the Roma Downey-identified “fellow Christian” and with the assurance that it was “nonsense” that the hoodie-sporting Satan in the History Channel’s Bible Series looked anything like him.
Interesting to note that leaving in a loudly-touted Sequester which cuts kids from White House Tours and relieves small and medium airports of traffic controllers, the generous- with-everybody-else’s-money Obama carried a goodie bag with $500-million for the Palestinians.
No matter whether home or abroad, everything is always about Obama. When in Israel, he told several thousand select Israeli university students that the young Palestinian women he had met were not “much different than my daughters, or your daughters or sons.”
He arrogantly ended his address with the words: “Sometimes the biggest miracle is to recognize that the world can change.”
With the photo-op opportunities it affords for him and Michelle, Obama will likely reinstate the Easter Egg roll, and then there’s the Easter Prayer Breakfast, which he announced would be annual in 2010.
Meanwhile, some are still waiting for the next Easter shoe to drop.
Screenshots taken at 7:50 am EST 3/25/13