Yesterday, the Israeli people reelected Benjamin Netanyahu as Prime Minister. The people of Israel spoke with one voice and reelected Netanyahu to an unprecedented 4th term -- despite U.S. President Barack Obama backing his opposition.
Obama was so bitter in the face of defeat that he refused to put on his diplomacy hat and congratulate a world leader on his reelection. Instead, he congratulated the people of Israel without mentioning Netanyahu's name.
Mr. Conservative explains why Netanyahu's reelection is so important to peace in the middle east, and why Obama wanted Netanyahu out of the way so he (Obama) can continue to negotiate with Iran to develop more nuclear weapons in the middle east.
Netanyahu seeks to block Iran from developing nuclear weapons.
Keep in mind that Obama took Iran off the terror list to help facilitate negotiations with Iran.
This is the same Iran that killed American marines and provided sanctuary to al-Quaida terrorists after 9/11.
In spite of President Obama giving taxpayer dollars to the opposition of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the Israeli people have reelected Benjamin Netanyahu as Prime Minister. Obama wanted to elect opposition leader Isaac Herzog, who is similar politically to Obama in his support for Iran and his pursuit of Social Marxism.
This is a major win not only for Israel and the United States but also for the nations of the Middle East and to all people who pursue Liberty. It is a major accomplishment for all of those who want peace in the Middle East.
Netanyahu will stop Iran’s nuclear weapons program and prevent the loss of any additional Israeli land to the Islamic Terrorists. Netanyahu will keep Israel’s militarily strong. Netanyahu will work with Jordan, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, and other Arab nations in their opposition to Iran and the Iranian nuclear weapons program.
President Obama had hoped he could force Isaac Herzog and his party to turn half of Jerusalem and much of Israel over to Hezbollah. President Obama remained confident that Isaac Herzog would also side with Obama in his support of Iran’s nuclear weapons program.
Why does Obama favor Hezbollah and Iran over Israel? This remains an important question that members of Congress and the American people need to understand and to discuss.