'Reckless and untrustworthy'

Officials with the Obama administration held nothing back when speaking about the current halt on the shipment of missiles to Israel.

The Wall Street Journal reports that in the war between Israel and Hamas, US officials stated that “Mr. Netanyahu and his national security team are both reckless and untrustworthy’.”

What an absolutely perfect description of Obama. I’m going to add it to the growing list of adjectives reserved just for him.

But seriously. This act on the part of the Obama administration is utterly outrageous on several levels. Not only is it despicable that he has denied Israel arms in time of war. But even if he reversed his decision and sent them tomorrow, the damage done is significant. By painting Israel as “reckless and untrustworthy,” he handed Hamas another win while further tilting world opinion against Israel.

The Times of Israel reports that “Netanyahu is confident his supporters in Congress will back Israel, and remains unconcerned that the sparring with Obama will have significant adverse effects.”

I hope Prime Minister Netanyahu is correct. We have two more years to go with Obama in office. During that time there is every reason to believe he will pull out all the stops, obliterating the voices of the American people and those who represent us.

Officials with the Obama administration held nothing back when speaking about the current halt on the shipment of missiles to Israel.

The Wall Street Journal reports that in the war between Israel and Hamas, US officials stated that “Mr. Netanyahu and his national security team are both reckless and untrustworthy’.”

What an absolutely perfect description of Obama. I’m going to add it to the growing list of adjectives reserved just for him.

But seriously. This act on the part of the Obama administration is utterly outrageous on several levels. Not only is it despicable that he has denied Israel arms in time of war. But even if he reversed his decision and sent them tomorrow, the damage done is significant. By painting Israel as “reckless and untrustworthy,” he handed Hamas another win while further tilting world opinion against Israel.

The Times of Israel reports that “Netanyahu is confident his supporters in Congress will back Israel, and remains unconcerned that the sparring with Obama will have significant adverse effects.”

I hope Prime Minister Netanyahu is correct. We have two more years to go with Obama in office. During that time there is every reason to believe he will pull out all the stops, obliterating the voices of the American people and those who represent us.

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