Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Bibi's speech is about stopping a nuclear terrorist iran

Caroline Glick
"Netanyahu is not coming to Washington next Tuesday to warn Congress against Obama’s nuclear deal with Iran, because he seeks a fight with Obama. Netanyahu has devoted the last six years to avoiding a fight with Obama, often at great cost to Israel’s national security and to his own political position. Netanyahu is coming to Washington next week because Obama has left him no choice. And all decent people of good will should support him, and those who do not, an...d those who are silent, should be called out for their treachery and cowardice."

Scott Johnson, Powerline blog "The genocidal mania of Iran has been the focus of Netanyahu’s concerns for at least the past 20 years. Bill Kristol rightly calls this “Netanyahu’s moment.” Netanyahu can and will lay out the argument — no one can do it better — but he can’t give us the will to do something about it. For that we’re on our own."

It is about stopping Obama from appeasing terrorist iran
Jonathan Tobin, Commentary mag. online
...the crisis in U.S.-Israel relations has nothing to do with protocol or a speech many in this country perceive as having more to do with Netanyahu’s efforts to win reelection later this month. The crisis is the result of more than six years of administration efforts to distance itself from Israel on both the Palestinian issue as well as the Iran nuclear threat. By choosing to discard his 2012 campaign promises about eliminating Iran’s nuclear program and instead embracing a diplomatic effort aimed at creating détente with the Islamist regime, it is President Obama who precipitated the argument, not Netanyahu.
The question before Congress is, after all, not about U.S.-Israel relations. Rather, it is whether an administration that has already taken a step toward acquiescing to a nuclear Iran can, Power’s promises notwithstanding, take another even bigger one with the current negotiations. If, as reports indicate, the U.S. has not only already agreed to let Iran keep several thousand centrifuges but also agreed to a ten-year sunset clause that would give Tehran the ability to do as it likes after the deal expires, then what is under consideration is a fundamental re-ordering of U.S. security policy.
Allowing Iran to, in President Obama’s words, “get right with the world,” might involve the Islamist regime in efforts to fight ISIS. But it will also means that its efforts to achieve regional hegemony—a goal that the victories of its Syrian ally and the strength of Hezbollah and Hamas make possible—will also be strengthened and given the imprimatur of the United States.
Seen in that light, it is not possible to ignore Netanyahu’s warnings as mere political gamesmanship or a foolish game of one-upmanship being blamed by the two governments.
It no longer matters whether Netanyahu blundered when he stumbled into the trap Obama seems to have set for him when the speech was announced. Democrats who treat his speech and the underlying issues as a test of party loyalty are making a fundamental mistake. So, too, are any pro-Israel or Jewish groups that are trying to keep the prime minister at arm’s length right now.
After years of balancing his animus for Netanyahu against the political necessity of not undermining the U.S.-Israel alliance, Obama has finally and completely gone off the tracks with a potential Iran deal that could endanger the security of both countries. In a sense, it would be better for Israel if Netanyahu were not the face of opposition to this dangerous policy rather than Obama critics like Democratic Senator Robert Menendez. But with a dangerous deal that the president has no intention of submitting to Congress for approval perhaps only weeks away, there is no excuse for any supporter of Israel, no matter how devoted to their party, to stay away from the speech or to ignore its content.
Obama started this argument with Israel when he took office. But Congress has an obligation to act as a check on a policy that ought to alarm anyone who cares about peace in the Middle East or the survival of Israel. If Netanyahu’s speech can help focus attention back on that necessity, then it will be worth the grief it has caused"

Iran is the greatest organizer of terror on the planet, now on 5 continents. They have the faith based drive to destroy Israel, kill all Jews and wipe out America. We know now in last few days they finance and support Al Quida, as well as Hamas in Gaza, Hezbollah in Lebanon, missile bases now on Syrian/Israeli border, control Assad of Syria, all without nuclear weapons and are working feverishly to get nuclear weapons. Iran surrounds Israel on 3 sides now. Obama has thrown a...ll our traditional allies in the region under the bus (Saudis, israel, Egypt, Jordan, UAE,) and wants Iran to be the regional power. At the same time, Isis is now spread to many countries, and has infiltrated every nation around Israel. Obama is giving away the store to iran in the talks according to AP, his efforts have done nothing to slow them down according to Washington Post despite Obama's lies about it. Despite claiming to fight Isis, he wages a pathetic effort, while they grow. Obama is determined to weaken Israel and strengthen America's enemies, even as hires Muslim brotherhood and has allowed the to infiltrate all our national security apparatus. Netanyahu is the one man willing to speak the truth about Iran, and Obama tries to divert attention by making it about the speech, rather than Obama's betrayal of USA and the world. Sadly the left here and in Israel have supported this outrage. This is a watershed moment in history. You either stand on the side of good or evil. Obama is evil. he is Haman. You stand with him, you stand with evil.. 

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