Democrats cover their ***** break with Obama out of fear!

by Datechguy | May 26th, 2011

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Democrats cover their ***** break with Obama out of fear!

If you want to know what peo­ple think, look at what they do.

Don’t think for one moment that this story:

Democ­rats in both cham­bers are scram­bling to fix the dam­age caused when Obama called for the 1967 bor­ders and land swaps as a basis for peace.

Some Democ­rats have tried to down­play the rift, but Israel’s strongest sup­port­ers in Con­gress say there’s no deny­ing that Obama made a tac­ti­cal mis­take in han­dling the relationship.

Is not related to this story:

Bil­lion­aire financier Haim Saban told CNBC last night that Obama hasn’t done enough to show sup­port for Israel. He also said that he has no plans to con­tribute to the president’s campaign.

Pres­i­dent Obama has raised so much money and will raise so much money through the Inter­net, more than any­body before him. And he frankly doesn’t, I believe, need any of my dona­tions,” said Saban.

This must be why the head of the DNC insisted that the GOP not use Israel as a cam­paign issue.

That also explains the reac­tion to Bibi speech as HotAir points out:

Con­gress gave Netanyahu 29 stand­ing ova­tions for a 40-​minute speech, while Obama received 25 in a much longer State of the Union address. Obvi­ously, with the rebuke float­ing in the Sen­ate, the stand­ing Os were more than just gra­cious hos­pi­tal­ity. While Obama and his team com­mit­ted one gaffe after another on his cur­rent jun­ket, Netanyahu gave a tour de force per­for­mance that ended up mak­ing Obama look petty, rad­i­cal, and unschooled. Democ­rats can’t aban­don Obama quickly enough on his new peace ini­tia­tive, which tells us all we need to know about who won this round.

One might ask why should the democ­rats care?

Didn’t the NYT tell us Netanyahu’s trip was a fail­ure?

Hasn’t the media told us that Obama is unbeat­able next year?

Isn’t the entire MSM and the left side of the net say­ing that NY-​26 has changed the equa­tion?

That the repub­li­can field is weak?

and seri­ously with the excep­tion of Florida the Jew­ish vote is not sig­nif­i­cant enough to turn con­gres­sional elec­tions is it?

Pity the democ­rats and their fol­low­ers, because they since they judge real­ity based on words rather than actions they might find them­selves confused.

The fact is Democ­rats failed to pro­duce a bud­get this year for the same rea­son they failed to last year.

The fact is that in the elec­tion every­one it tout­ing as the sign of the demo­c­ra­tic surge, the Democ­rats couldn’t break 48% let alone 50%.

The fact Demo­c­ra­tic ideas poll so poorly that the MSM is reduced to releas­ing polls with sam­ples run­ning 2 – 1 demo­c­ra­tic.

The fact is Demo­c­ra­tic sen­a­tors in sup­pos­edly safe seats are retir­ing.

The fact is that two years into a Demo­c­ra­tic admin­is­tra­tion Gas is still $2 a gal­lon more than it was and the econ­omy stinks.

The fact is democ­rats aren’t will­ing to fight repub­li­can judi­cial filibusters.

No mat­ter what the media tells you, no mat­ter what Harry Reid tells you, the Democ­rats are afraid. How afraid? The white house is so wor­ried about 2012 they found it nec­es­sary to beef up a rapid response team a year early, and the Democ­rats in con­gress are so afraid that they ran, led by Harry Reid, from the pres­i­dent on Israel like a bat out of hell. Cripes even Bill Clin­ton has fig­ured it out:

The Fact is that Newt is right, the democ­rats are going to lose spec­tac­u­larly.

Actions speak louder than words, and the democ­rats actions are those of a party that is afraid.

So my advice to repub­li­cans who are hedg­ing their bets instead of fight­ing is the same it’s always been:

Ride Right Through them They’re Demor­al­ized as hell!

This Sat­ur­day after­noon I’ll post on an exam­ple of this.

Update: So much for Israeli’s being upset with Bibi’s per­for­mance:

It’s doubt­ful that Prime Min­is­ter Ben­jamin Netanyahu, in his wildest, most opti­mistic dreams, would have dared to imag­ine when he set off for the United States last week that Israelis would respond to his six-​day trip so enthu­si­as­ti­cally: Accord­ing to a new Haaretz poll, they are giv­ing the visit high marks, con­sid­er­ing it an over­whelm­ing success.

The poll, con­ducted by the Dia­log orga­ni­za­tion, under the super­vi­sion of Prof. Camil Fuchs of the Tel Aviv Uni­ver­sity Sta­tis­tics Depart­ment, showed that 47 per­cent of the Israeli pub­lic believes the U.S. trip was a suc­cess, while only 10 per­cent viewed it as a failure.

Gotta love that NYT all the news fit to ignore.

If you want to know what people think, look at what they do.

Don’t think for one moment that this story:

Democrats in both chambers are scrambling to fix the damage caused when Obama called for the 1967 borders and land swaps as a basis for peace.

Some Democrats have tried to downplay the rift, but Israel’s strongest supporters in Congress say there’s no denying that Obama made a tactical mistake in handling the relationship.

Is not related to this story:

Billionaire financier Haim Saban told CNBC last night that Obama hasn’t done enough to show support for Israel. He also said that he has no plans to contribute to the president’s campaign.

“President Obama has raised so much money and will raise so much money through the Internet, more than anybody before him. And he frankly doesn’t, I believe, need any of my donations,” said Saban.

This must be why the head of the DNC insisted that the GOP not use Israel as a campaign issue.

That also explains the reaction to Bibi speech as HotAir points out:

Congress gave Netanyahu 29 standing ovations for a 40-minute speech, while Obama received 25 in a much longer State of the Union address. Obviously, with the rebuke floating in the Senate, the standing Os were more than just gracious hospitality. While Obama and his team committed one gaffe after another on his current junket, Netanyahu gave a tour de force performance that ended up making Obama look petty, radical, and unschooled. Democrats can’t abandon Obama quickly enough on his new peace initiative, which tells us all we need to know about who won this round.

One might ask why should the democrats care?

Didn’t the NYT tell us Netanyahu’s trip was a failure?

Hasn’t the media told us that Obama is unbeatable next year?

Isn’t the entire MSM and the left side of the net saying that NY-26 has changed the equation?

That the republican field is weak?

and seriously with the exception of Florida the Jewish vote is not significant enough to turn congressional elections is it?

Pity the democrats and their followers, because they since they judge reality based on words rather than actions they might find themselves confused.

The fact is Democrats failed to produce a budget this year for the same reason they failed to last year.

The fact is that in the election everyone it touting as the sign of the democratic surge, the Democrats couldn’t break 48% let alone 50%.

The fact Democratic ideas poll so poorly that the MSM is reduced to releasing polls with samples running 2-1 democratic.

The fact is Democratic senators in supposedly safe seats are retiring.

The fact is that two years into a Democratic administration Gas is still $2 a gallon more than it was and the economy stinks.

The fact is democrats aren’t willing to fight republican judicial filibusters.

No matter what the media tells you, no matter what Harry Reid tells you, the Democrats are afraid. How afraid? The white house is so worried about 2012 they found it necessary to beef up a rapid response team a year early, and the Democrats in congress are so afraid that they ran, led by Harry Reid, from the president on Israel like a bat out of hell. Cripes even Bill Clinton has figured it out:

The Fact is that Newt is right, the democrats are going to lose spectacularly.

Actions speak louder than words, and the democrats actions are those of a party that is afraid.

So my advice to republicans who are hedging their bets instead of fighting is the same it’s always been:

Ride Right Through them They’re Demoralized as hell!

This Saturday afternoon I’ll post on an example of this.

Update: So much for Israeli’s being upset with Bibi’s performance:

It’s doubtful that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, in his wildest, most optimistic dreams, would have dared to imagine when he set off for the United States last week that Israelis would respond to his six-day trip so enthusiastically: According to a new Haaretz poll, they are giving the visit high marks, considering it an overwhelming success.

The poll, conducted by the Dialog organization, under the supervision of Prof. Camil Fuchs of the Tel Aviv University Statistics Department, showed that 47 percent of the Israeli public believes the U.S. trip was a success, while only 10 percent viewed it as a failure.

Gotta love that NYT all the news fit to ignore.

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