July 23, 2008, - 9:30 am

Israel Not Fooled: Israelis For Obama Has Just 57 Members–Only 6 Live in Israel

By Debbie Schlussel
So, Barack Hussein Obama is on a world tour that, today, includes Israel. So, he’s doing the obligatory photo ops at various Jewish religious sites to pretend he’s really not as anti-Israel as his years of association with Edward Said, Ali Abunimah, Louis Farrakhan, and Rev. Jeremiah Wright tell us. Ditto for his multiple Nation of Islam staffers and desire to meet and negotiate with Iran–Israel’s most lethal enemy–without preconditions.
Well, guess what? Contrary to the host of American Jews falling for and supporting this fraud, smart Israelis ain’t buyin’. They’re no dummies. They know this is a BS photo-op diplomacy trip by a man who really doesn’t wish them well, but very desperately wants to become Prez:


Israel says “Lo” (No, in Hebrew) to Obama

(Nobama Image from Josh Leone)

A poll published in a right-wing Israeli newspaper in June found 36% of Israeli Jews surveyed preferred Sen. McCain, compared with 27% who favored Sen. Obama. In a separate survey published this month by Tel Aviv University, 46% of the Israeli Jews polled thought Sen. McCain would be “better for Israel,” vs. 20% who said the same about the Democrat. . . .
The concern doesn’t seem partisan, but rather specific to Sen. Obama. Before she suspended her campaign, fellow Democrat Hillary Clinton was wildly popular with Israelis. . . .
As of Tuesday morning, “Israelis for Obama,” had about 57 members. Mr. Jassen says only six actually live in Israel.

That’s significant, since there are many Israelis with U.S. citizenship, and they’re not voting for B. Hussein O.
But, as we all know, throughout the world, there are hundreds of millions of Muslims for Obama. Gee, I wonder why. Because they all know that, under Islamic law, he’s a Muslim, they consider him a Muslim, and they know on which side their pita is buttered–with Obama in the White House.
But part of the article (from the Wall Street Journal) simply isn’t accurate. First, there’s the headline, “Obama’s Tour of Israel Confronts Skeptics.” It does no such thing. We all know, as I said above, that this is a photo op meant for Jews and pro-Israel Christians in America to distract us from Barack Hussein Obama’s real record on associating with Israel- and Jew-haters.
Then, there’s this BS–the second sentence of this paragraph–by the article’s authors, WSJ reporters Cam Simpson and Jay Solomon:

Israelis see Iran’s nuclear program as a threat to the existence of their state, especially given the rhetoric of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. And Israelis strongly backed the Bush administration’s campaign to oust former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein, who was considered the Arab world’s fiercest foe of the Jewish state.

WRONG. Israel never wanted America to go into Iraq. Israeli leaders repeatedly said Saddam Hussein was not a big threat to them, that their biggest threat at the time was terrorists within Israel and on its borers. Israel opposed the Iraq war because the Israelis knew that Bush used Israel giving up land to the Palestinians as an incentive to get Muslim nations to support the Iraq War. That only harmed Israel.
Ditto for the result, which was Bush completing the contiguous Shi’ite crescent that spans the Mid-East, by removing Sunni Saddam Hussein and putting Shi’ites in power. This strengthened Iran and Hezbollah, Israel’s biggest enemies now.
Bottom Line: You won’t see many Obamaka wearers in Israel, the Jewish State.
As reader Sean writes:

Do you find it odd that people in Israel are better than Americans at figuring out the security threat that Obama poses as a Presidential candidate?

Yup. Even odder that while they’re, sadly, not very good at picking the best guy for their own security threats (Sharon, then Olmert), they’re, indeed, really good at indicating who’s the best for us.


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Most Israelis are NOT leftists. They may be governed by a Leftist elite that are moral cowards, corrupt and plain stupid who find Obama all too congenial but the people who have personal experience with how they run their country, look in askance at Obama. In that respect, they’re lot smarter than their American Jewish cousins.
As for Obama, if you saw the “uh, uh, uh, uh” thing at his press conference, it was just priceless! Here’s a guy with an elite Ivy League education showing us he’s at a loss for want of a cogent thought. Just imagine how he’ll react in a crisis. No – we can’t afford him as our Commander In Chief…. and our Israeli friends agree. As Pamela Geller of Atlas Shrugs points out, he’s all “style and no substance.” The verdict’s clear.

NormanF on July 23, 2008 at 10:21 am

How can we get that bumper sticker? Actually, I want a bunch of them to give out. However, I would prefer one with a different web site (i.e. jtf.org or jewagainstobama.wordpress.com) but this one will suffice.

I_am_me on July 23, 2008 at 11:21 am

Re NormanF’s comment, we are seeing the results of affirmative action with a vengeance. I hope the damage from Hussein’s trip is limited to trolling for a few votes from older Jewish voters in the US, and those evangelical votes he can scrounge up, and that we’re not seeing some kind of effort to scounge up a “national unity” Government in Israel that would include the current hacks + Netanyahu. That is the last thing Israel needs, but I have become more and more pessimistic in recent years, and when I see artiles like this coinciding with Hussein’s visit, I get apprhensive.

c f on July 23, 2008 at 12:33 pm


softwaregurus on July 23, 2008 at 2:35 pm

Actually, I think its photoshopped from a standard Hebrew bumper sticker.

softwaregurus on July 23, 2008 at 2:41 pm

That bumper stick is awesome… id rather it had a kinda obvious anti symbol in english also though… i haven’t been able to find the ones like that… but i can make a cafepress with them available i believe.

FireLion on July 23, 2008 at 3:04 pm

[As reader Sean writes:
Do you find it odd that people in Israel are better than Americans at figuring out the security threat that Obama poses as a Presidential candidate?]
It was because of conservative morons that we got G.W.Bush for a second term. Most Israelis support G.W. Bush, so if Obama wins, we know that Americans are smarter voters than the Israelis.
[“F— Obama” Phonetic Hebrew Bumper Sticker Reflects Israeli Sentiment]
Any American who wants this bumper sticker is unpatriotic for 2 reasons:
1) A patriotic American should not be promoting foreign criticism of an American candidate because that candidate appears not to be in the best interest of that foreign country (especially in such a crude manner).
2)It’s not even in freakin’ English. Conservatives are the ones pushing for English only, so they better do what they preach.
[NormanF: In that respect, they’re lot smarter than their American Jewish cousins.]
You twit, this is not the United States of Israel!!!
I can’t wait until Obama becomes president, and then becomes one of America’s best. Then you stupid conservatives will be eating a ton of crow.

Norman Blitzer on July 23, 2008 at 3:09 pm

Is this the reincarnation of Audacious or NP?

c f on July 23, 2008 at 4:31 pm

As much as I dislike Bush, had he not been elected President a building you happened to be in may have been hit by terrorists.
As for an Obama win, it would mean nothing more than we elected a media hyped “rock star” who isn’t qualified to be dog catcher let alone President. At that point we had all better start looking to move into some caves because just as soon as the jihadists stop partying over the victory they have been handed by our stupidity the attacks will begin.
We are not “promoting foreign criticism of an American candidate”, with the bumper sticker, we are promoting humorous criticism of him. We are Americans.

I_am_me on July 23, 2008 at 4:47 pm

And of course Obama did not run against Bush. I’m afraid NB let emotion stand in the way of any logical thought processes.
And of course, JK never tried to incite foreign opinion against Bush, and of course Hussein would never do that.
The use of words like ‘moron’, ‘stupid’ ad naseum by NB really shows an inability to think in adult terms, deal with ideas and concepts like an adult, or express himself as an adult. It’s like a little child who has a temper tantrum if something doesn’t go his way, or some drunkard in a saloon. If someone can express themselves in a logical, coherent way, instead of by use of one-sentence outbursts, they would not need to use a tone like this.
But it seems like all the Hussein supporters who contribute to this site do things like this. It’s what liberals do when they can’t defend themselves, it is meant to stifle disagreement, and explains why liberals basically supported Communists in the 30s, 40s, 60s, 70s and 80s, and are supporting Muslim terrorists today.

c f on July 23, 2008 at 5:36 pm

c f,
You are the pot calling the kettle black. The fact you would use the term “Hussein supporters” shows what a mental midget you really are.

Norman Blitzer on July 23, 2008 at 7:46 pm

I am the one who photoshopped that F-Obama bumper sticker, not that I want credit for such an easy job. It was just fun.

Alouette on July 23, 2008 at 9:17 pm

Alouette – your bumper sticker is priceless!! NB = dope/koolaide drinker. Odumbo’s chances of becoming POTUS are actually dwindling. The more this empty suit mumbles, the more the American (legal) electorate understands that. Has anyone noticed how the MSM is beginning to see itself as the biased, idiotic, little girl-groupie act that everyone else sees? Charles Krauthammer’s comments are spot on – No more are people asking “Who is this guy?, they are now beginning to ask, just who does this guy think he is?” I pray the Jews realize what danger they may be creating for us and themselves if they support this guy. And those in this country had better wake the hell up. If he gets in, many will die here AND there.

FreeAmerican on July 24, 2008 at 8:58 am

It bother me that Israeli like Hillary. I know feminism is a problem in Judaism including Orthodox Judaism and in the exile Rabbinic Judaism is been badly influenced by this but I still would hope that rank and file would not like Hillary either. Did they forget what her husband did. Feminism among other liberal ideology is why Israel is in such trouble. I heard an interview with the wife of the husband and child who were murdered and I was appalled at the apathy she showed to this and saying she loves her job. At one point when Rabin was Prime Minister she did try to stop Rabin from releasing this terrorist in this case it sounded she didn’t care and is talking about how Jews don’t take revenge. Please!!! Just to protect other Jews it should bother her. Her first husband had both of their children murdered which is another thing I don’t get the apathy. She did have two daughters from her second husband but how could you just say this. It really didn’t bother her that this terrorist was released and I think if it wasn’t for feminism this women would have pushed harder for this evil terrorist not to be released.

adam6275 on July 24, 2008 at 10:27 pm

sorry guys i have to find my legal copy of photoshop as GIMP sucks… I did open a store front to sell them at cost no profit for me… but i have to get a good hi res pic first made… real close to done some family stuff came up 😀
shalom uvracha

FireLion on July 26, 2008 at 3:21 am

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