January 11, 2008, - 4:20 pm

Prez Takes Left-Wing Tack: Bush Likes Dead Jews More Than Live Ones

By Debbie Schlussel
President Bush cares a lot about dead Jews. The lives ones, not so much.
It’s long been the domain of the left and something I’ve written about a lot on this site: They love to hate the Holocaust and remember its victims. But when it comes to today’s Nazis and their Jewish victims–the only ones whose lives are yet to snuff out–they side with the murderers of Islamofascism.
Now, President Bush has adopted this tack of the left for his repertoire.
Today, Bush visited the Israel national Holocaust museum, known as “Yad VaShem [“A Hand and a Name”]. It was all about symbolism–he donned a yarmulke and lit a memorial candle. And he declared that America should have bombed Auschwitz.


Nice Yarmulke:

Bush Remembers Dead Jews @ Holocaust Museum, Betrays Live Ones

He’s right. America should have bombed the train tracks to Auschwitz. This would have ended the Holocaust earlier and saved hundreds of thousands, perhaps millions of Jewish–and non-Jewish–lives, the victims of Hitler’s mad plan. But there was no Monica to testify at a grand jury hearing that day or anything of the sort. Still, America entered the war after Pearl Harbor and eventually liberated many thousands of Jews and other concentration camp inmates.
But it is too late for that. What it is not too late for is to help save the lives of a few million Jews and a few hundred thousand Christians living in the area from the current Nazis who plague them from all around.
Instead of visiting memorabilia of dead Jews who died over six decades ago, Bush should have visited Sderot, the city near Israel’s Western border. A visit to Sderot, where Israeli Jews from poor working class families who escaped persecution in Arabic countries are being shelled by missiles from HAMAS on a daily basis, would have been meaningful. That would have been the trip made by a counter-terror President, not one who enables terror. The torn-apart lives of the Sderot residents is a direct result of the Gaza pull-out, a Bush and Condi manufactured production. The missiles are coming from within Gaza. And the people there are so poor, they can’t afford to move. They simply don’t have a ranch in Crawford or a camp in Maryland to escape to.
Or he could have visited Christians in Nazareth and elsewhere near the Gallilee, where Muslims are building–with his ally Olmert’s permission–on top of Jesus’ boyhood home and other holy Christian sites, and from where Christians are fast emigrating to the U.S. due to Muslim persecution.
But nu-uh. Bush is having none of that. He wouldn’t visit these places. Instead, he was at Yad VaShem and later he met with the paymaster of the Munich Olympic Massacre, otherwise known as Mahmoud Abbas.
Bush spoke using the lingua franca of Islamo-empowerment. He talked of “occupation” of “Arab land.” It’s as if he was running for secretary at the November 29, 1964 meeting of the P.L.O. But he wasn’t. He was running for the 2008 Nobel. So sad for him that he’s the only one who doesn’t know he won’t get it. Even sadder for the residents of Israel and elsewhere, for whom Bush’s capitulation is fatal and not just mere rhetoric a year before the permanent spa vacation in Crawford.
He set in stone his apartheid policy for another nation whose sovereignty he thinks is his like a White House mistress. Bill had Monica, and now Bush has the lives of innocent Israelis to soil.
The message is loud and clear: Bush doesn’t really care about live Christians and Jews, just the dead ones. Victims of the Third Reich Nazis? Let’s shed a tear. Victims of the Islamofascist Nazis. Let’s side with the religion of homicide bombers.
So, whenever you hear anyone–assorted leftists and now Bush and his chickie, Condi Clueless–sobbing crocodile tears over the ashes of Auschwitz’s victims, ask them why they now sign the decree for a return to the ovens. And worse.
Take off your yarmulke, Mr. President. And do something meaningful. Otherwise, in 60 years, another American President will be donning a kefiyeh visiting the dictator of greater Palestine, sniffing yet more ashes of the Jews who live today. And the Holocaust museum will long since have been transformed into a mosque. Not even a memory. Ditto for the Church of the Nativity that you also visited, while Christians flee the region in droves thanks to your “democracy” in action.
Dead Jews–a museum exhibit to fawn and cry over. Live ones–let them eat falafel.

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22 Responses

Is there anything more embarrassing and insulting then Bush’s left wing platitudes in Israel about “occupation” when to the Arabs all of Israel is “occupied territory”? Is there anything more appalling then wathcing the vain, incompetent, insolent and cowardly nonentity Ehud Olemrt grinning like a deformed moron (with that bad comb over) now that his master has come a callin’?

Ripper on January 11, 2008 at 7:13 pm

He has no clue Debbie… Not a clue.

Frank Laughter on January 11, 2008 at 8:27 pm

Hands down, the biggest phony who has ever stained the White House. Thank you for continually pointing out facts that one never sees in the news. Where can we find a thousand more of you?

Marshall on January 12, 2008 at 7:16 am

There’s fifty-three weeks until the next Clinton administration commences, so it looks like Bush is getting a head start on the transition. The really scary thing is that fifty-three weeks is plenty of time for him and Condi to get us all killed before then! This is all pretty sickening but it’s only gonna get worse between now and 1/20/09.

CornCoLeo on January 12, 2008 at 12:14 pm

[And he declared that America should have bombed Auschwitz.]
And Bush should had gone into Iraq with at least 250,000 troops. What a schmuck!
[He’s right. America should have bombed Auschwitz. This would have ended the Holocaust earlier and saved hundreds of thousands, perhaps millions of Jewish–and non-Jewish–lives, the victims of Hitler’s mad plan.]
In a response to a request that U.S. forces bomb Auschwitz and the rail lines, John J. McCloy, Roosevelt’s assistant secretary of war, laid out the U.S. rationale for inaction.
“Such an operation could be executed only by the diversion of considerable air support essential to the success of our forces now engaged in decisive operations elsewhere and would in any case be of such doubtful efficacy that it would not be warrant use of our resources,” he wrote in an Aug. 14, 1944, letter.

Norman Blitzer on January 12, 2008 at 1:27 pm

That Bush is timid and corrupt is bad enough. What is worse is that he is the president/commander-in-chief of America. He has the US Tax dollars to give away, American lives to waste on his Islamic buddies. If one did not knwo better, Bush is a (secret) muslim convert like John Walker Lindh, Adam Ghaddan, only with endless resources. Unfortunately, Bush has noone to declare Jihad on, but he is itching to declare a holy war.. ooppsss… phony as it is, Bush did declare “war on terror” while bungling the real war in Iraq.
Think about the endless possibilities…

Alert on January 12, 2008 at 2:09 pm

The really scary thing is that fifty-three weeks is plenty of time for him and Condi to get us all killed before then! This is all pretty sickening but it’s only gonna get worse between now and 1/20/09.
Posted by: CornCoLeo at January 12, 2008 12:14 PM
You are seeing the writing on the wall. Could you not see a honest American statesman in Tom Tancredo?

Alert on January 12, 2008 at 2:16 pm

[Could you not see a honest American statesman in Tom Tancredo?]
No. Instead of Duncan Hunter, he backed Mitt “The Flip” Romney.

Norman Blitzer on January 12, 2008 at 3:22 pm

The Washington Times today (1/12) discloses the real meaning of the trip. According to Rice, the roadmap is dead. What she means is that she is tired of a framework where Arab concessions — like ending and dismantling terror units — must take place when Israeli concessions take place. She complains that whenever peace negotiations seem to be progressing, some Arab terrorist act pushes things back to square one. What a shame! The Israelis should understand that peace can move forward even while terorists acts are being committed against them. Just like 1984: good is bad, bad is good. She’s ineffective everywhere else; maybe this is her last stand. Let’s hope.
BTW, as far as Bush’s tears, Rush mentioned the other day about Bill Clinton being able to turn tears on and off at will. Maybe all of them have consultants who teach them how to do that.

c f on January 12, 2008 at 4:37 pm

No. Instead of Duncan Hunter, he backed Mitt “The Flip” Romney.
Posted by: Norman Blitzer at January 12, 2008 03:22 PM
Hi Norm, Not sure how supporting Mitt “The Flip” Romney makes Tom Tancredo any less honest/American/Statesman. But even if it did, Tom Tancredo had stepped down by then, making your’s or anyone elses support, a mute point, if you see the futility.

Alert on January 12, 2008 at 6:51 pm

I feel sorry for Bush and yet Iíve been quite disappointed with his leadership lately. He is not a bad man. He is just clueless, gullible, and naÔve. These are not laudable, let alone wholesome qualities for a president to have, especially in the dire times we face. With the tidal wave of illegal immigrants flooding our country, with the far left wing socialists in the guise of ìprogressiveî liberals who are trying to push for the legalization of gay marriage, abortion on demand, governmental intervention, separation of Church from State, higher taxes etc. and virtually everything adversary to our Democracy, to terror cells operating within our country and the wake of the nuclear threat from Iran. We need a president thatís consistent and bold enough to preclude us from the intermittent threat we face. Our national security cannot afford tenuous leaders who are not willing to do their job of protecting us from outside forces who want to bring calamity upon us. Our security is hanging on a thread and yet Bush is under the illusion that he can coax with a bunch of primitive like Bedouins who live on war and bloodshed into putting a halt to their atrocities and join the family of man. Had Bushís logic took precedent during WWII, Bush may as well would try tell Hitler to get rid of his concentration camps. It comes to show me he is inept when it comes to international diplomacy. I feel his term couldnít expire soon enough. Its about time he abdicate his presidency, the best contribution he could make for this country. Sadly to say, his poor demonstration of his leadership skills has convinced many that he is no longer capable assuming the role as a president, not to mention his distraught constituents (I voted for him over Kerry for obvious reasons) who placed their trust and faith on him.
Now lets take a look at Olmert. He and Bush are on the same page in terms of a good Jew is a dead Jew; however I feel Olmert is a lot more dangerous to the Israelis. Wanna talk about failed leadership; letís veer our attention to the Olmert oligarchic type government. Let give credit (or castigation) where itís due. We are talking about a man drowned in the sea of corruption through greed; not to mention the numerous scandals heís been indicted for, driving the country into bankruptcies. A consensus was taken showing that 65% of Israelis find his performance as p.m. unsatisfactory. Surprisingly, the Israeli left have displayed their outrage towards Olmert after he failed to combat Hezbollah, not to mention his suicidal policies thatís driving Israel even further into the ground. Even his Kadima affiliates told him to resign. Just recently, he released 250+ Fata prisoners convicted of masterminding and partaking in terrorist attacks against Jews. These murderers are being discharge with innocent blood on their hands pursuant to the Road Mad treaty he made with Abbas which includes prisoner exchange and the halt of terror activity. Ostensibly, Abbas never kept his deal on his part, Sgtís Shalit, Goldwasser,and Regev are still being held in captivity, Kasaam rockets are raining on Sderot and drive by shootings continue on.
Itís only a matter of time until the West disappears from the globe. Its only so much incompetence we can tolerate. Letís pray hope our leaders take a dose of reality before another revolution arises. If you thought was a liability to America, what makes you think Hillary will be an asset?

American Sabrah on January 12, 2008 at 8:02 pm

I feel sorry for Bush and yet I?ve been quite disappointed with his leadership lately. He is not a bad man. …
If you thought was a liability to America, what makes you think Hillary will be an asset?
Posted by: American Sabrah at January 12, 2008 08:02 PM
So, Sheikh George Al-Bush, whose family has preyed upon American people, floundered American Tax-dollars and sacrificed Amereican lives, to protect the family friends in Riyadh, whose brother manipulated votes in Florida and who himself sold America to:
– “Guest Workers”.
– Sheikhs in ME
– Prosecuted Border Patrol Agents.
.. is not a bad man. …
Well, American Sabrahm, the rats following him, did not think Pode Piper was a “bad man” either… if you get the analogy.

Alert on January 12, 2008 at 9:51 pm

The Justice Department came out today with a brief supporting gun grabbing all the while saying the opposite. Bush was an incredible mistake.

Pat on January 12, 2008 at 11:57 pm

Bush was an incredible mistake.
Posted by: Pat at January 12, 2008 11:57 PM
Wait till you find out the cost of this mistake.

Alert on January 13, 2008 at 1:49 am

A tree was planted in the Garden of Righteous Among the Nations in honor of the late Albert Battle. The president should have sat under that tree in hope that he would learn something. The symbol of that tree is more honorable than the Noble prize he is trying to achieve.
Yes as Alert said, wait till you find out the cost of this mistake.
Truly very sad.

Daniel on January 13, 2008 at 3:21 am

Dear Alert,
Apparently there has been some sort of misunderstanding so allow me to make some clarifications. I was not praising Bush nor was I defending him. He has many faults such as mismanaging his country, let alone the Middle East thus putting our national security in jeopardy. I thought he is being thoughtless and foolish for funding countries which are known to be hotbeds for terrorists and I am anything but pleased with that.Nor do I come across as a left wing vociferious Bush-Basher. I am critical with him when its necessary and there are bountiful of things to be critical about the Bush administration as you well know. I’m not out there to put the man down. To compare him to Hitler like most leftists seem to do would be taking it too extreme and I’m not about to decend to that. He is human with many flaws but imgaine what America would be like if Kerry took over the Oval Office.America would be a social new world order which is why the probability of me voting for a democrat candidate doesn’t seem likely at all as corrupted and wishy washy the republicans are. Its too darn bad we don’t have a trustworthy honest candidate to speak out for the interest of the people. Unfortunately, this is what we have amounted to.
I hope I got my point across to you. Oh well. At least I tried :o)

American Sabrah on January 13, 2008 at 4:11 pm

I think that Jews elsewhere shall (must?) create an emergency council whose only task is – to develop a new strategy (and to propel it ñ a new tactics as well) to deal with the changing reality here in USA and in Europe, the former indisputable Jewish strongholds (yes ñ despite 1933-1945). The reality is, that Muslims, who have the ratio many:1 to the Jews, are much more interesting to the Europeans as work force than the Jews and have progressively more prospective in the future. Europe and USA are Islamizing fast, and Europeans donít mind to abandon Christianity altogether ñ it is ever more expedient with overall continuous fall of culture (based in its major part on Ancient Greece and Rome civilization and on Christianity) and growing indifference to Christian values. Three more factors are greatly contributing to this trend:
1) Fall of Catholic Church, ruined by the sex scandals and celibate ( I am not
noting here about something else in the past, some piquant episodes, as, for
example, slow boiling [in the caldron filled with oil, tar and turpentine] of a
certain Pomponio díAlgerio, and other episodes of the same values).
Reason: Protestants in Europe, as well as I know by my personal
experience in USA look very favorably at Palestinian claims and make one trip
after the other to recruit shaky proselytes of Holy Land to their respective
denomination. To do this, Protestant activists are ready to accept whatever
terms of their Palestinian protÈgÈes.
2) Catastrophic demography, resulted in part by many wrongs of the
contemporary family policy in many developed countries, especially in USA, and
in other part by Christian Church at large, not recognizing growing trend of
single homosexual parenthoods as equal and legitimate, but, instead, making
these two groups of parents the scapegoats at all negative turns in economics
and politics (!)
3) Hatred to Jews, growing day by day, fed and propelled by the growing money
flood from the majority of Oil Superpowers. No religion ñ intellectuals cannot
afford to be fooled around ñ but pure competition necessity. Jews ñ are able
concurents (competitors) ñ to hell with them. And, precisely, this is one of the
major factors, pushing young Christians of Europe and USA, especially males,
to convert to Islam.
With inevitable fading of support from Christian Church, especially the Catholic, the Jews are left to face the growing danger alone, unless they will create from their own folk a number of brilliant geniuses who can conceive and shape a new line that will save the Jews.
The white Europeans and many other civilized or para-civilized peoples donít want to understand, that after the Jews it would be their turn to fall in the wholesale slaughter.

MarcAurelio on January 13, 2008 at 4:37 pm

Debbie, everybody: Highly recommended: J.R. Dunn’s essay on AmericanThinker.com, of Jan. 13th. Utterly demolishes the question: “Why didn’t we bomb Auschwitz?”. Basically, because it was 1944, not 2008, and any bombing campaign there, or at any of the other camps for that matter, would have resulted in the instantaneous extermination of hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of the captives held there, along with the guards — and all of this at OUR hand! Not a pleasant result to contemplate, shall we say.

theendisnear on January 13, 2008 at 5:10 pm

Dear American Sabrah,
Indeed you make your point well and I now see your stand more clearly. Glad you see the faults fo Bush administration and no, you are not a leftist or someone compares Bush to Hitler. You make balanced points. However, I beg to differ on two counts:
– While you consider BHush ‘thoughtless and foolish for funding countries which are known to be hotbeds for terrorists’, I humbly submit that Bush is not merely thoughtless and foolish, but corrupt and timid. He is fully aware of the benefits of pandering to Saudi Arabia. He is fully aware that Iran is not Sunni (like Saudis) but Shia, and can therefore stand up to Iran. He is fully aware that bottom line, votes and money count. That is why he tried to ram ‘guest worker program’ while illegal Mexicans are murdering and raping Americans. Bush is fully aware that Bin Laden is a rich Saudi Arabian. So what if Bin Laden murdered hard-wlrking tax-paying Americans? Bush has prosecuted Border Patril agents Ramon and Campean more aggressively than he pursued Bin Laden. Add to that “aid” to Saudi Arabia, increased student’s visas and ofcourse Bandar Bush. No sir, Bush is not just ‘thoughtless and foolish’. Yet, I respect your opinion.
– It is faulty thinking to give Bush a pass because Kerry was worse, and I agree with you, that Kerry was worse. What I disagree with is that Bush not be held accountable. While Bush family feeds off of American tax-dollars, they do not have the right to have Americans murdered by wahhabbis or illegal aliens. Is is the duty of the president/commander-in-chief to bring anti-American murderers to justice, not to declare them “friends and allies” in a phony “war-on-terror”. If Bush fails in his duties, as he clearly has, he should be impeached, charged, tried and punished for treason. And no, I am not the only one with this sentiment. Wafa Sultan has already warned us: http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=52962 and http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2008/01/04/AR2008010404308_pf.html
Again, Bush has been a little more then ‘thoughtless and foolish’.
That said, I do appreciate and respect your opinion and response.

Alert on January 15, 2008 at 3:02 am

You are such an optimist Debbie!
We won’t have to wait 60 years for a president to fill his/her pockets with Jewish ashes……plans are to finish what Hitler started very very soon. Why else would we be arming and training the most dangerous Arabs in history?

Miluimnik on January 15, 2008 at 11:49 am

Felafel good…Bush, bad! Well, GEORGE Bush, bad.

jeff on January 15, 2008 at 2:17 pm

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