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Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D., Fla.) / AP
BY: Adam Kredo Follow @Kredo0
January 14, 2014 4:59 am

Jewish community leaders in South Florida say they are growing frustrated with Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D., Fla.) over her conflicting statements regarding a bipartisan Iran sanctions measure in the House.

Following a Washington Free Beacon report detailing her efforts to block a House resolution backing new sanctions on Iran, Wasserman Schultz has told her hometown press that she is open to new sanctions, while telling D.C. reporters that she opposes them.

The conflicting statements are a sign that Wasserman Schultz is torn between her support for the White House, which opposes the sanctions, and her constituents, who are less convinced of Iran’s good intentions and more supportive of tough congressional action.

Her disparate stances have spurred confusion and worry in South Florida, where pro-Israel leaders have failed to get Wasserman Schultz to explain her stance on the record.

    By now, we have all heard the Democrats try to backpeddle after eliminating the word GOD entirely from their platform, and not recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. No matter how you spin it, it is clear that the Democratic Party platform is attempting to move away from God altogether.

But nothing gets better than watching the DNC Chairwoman Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL) try to explain that there was no discord on the floor of the DNC Convention and that the platform is exactly what “Obama” wanted. Watch through to hear Anderson Cooper’s remarks:


On Tuesday, The Weekly Standard’s deputy online editor, Daniel Halper, made a noteworthy charge against the White House.

Following an article in which he discussed the ongoing debate over which country the U.S. believes Jerusalem is in (hint: It’s not Israel), Halper claims that the White House “cleansed” its site of references to the city being definitively tied to the Jewish homeland.

Gene Simmons is most famous for sticking out his tongue while singing in the band KISS, but now he’s sticking out his tongue at President Obama too. Simmons appeared on Varney & Co. this morning and told Stuart Varneythat he is embarrassed by the fact that he voted for Obama in 2008. Coming from a man who usually wears make-up in public, that’s certainly saying a lot.

Simmons explained that he was hopeful Obama would surround himself with business leaders and not professors:

“I want my vote back. This is a good man . . . but I don’t think the man is qualified to understand the structure and what business needs, which is to be well-informed. . . . Our President had two years of local experience, was born in Hawaii and never ran a business in his life.”

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      It is getting mighty crowded under that bus that President Obama has been driving!!

      The latest victim of his poor driving skills: ISRAEL

      In a speech described as his “Mideast Policy in a post-bin Laden World”, Obama called for Israel to make the necessary land swaps with Palestine so that the Palestinians would have their own borders, and can be recognized as a country by that wonderful international body– the United Nations.

       On the eve of the visit from Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the Obama White House has lauded in the Arab Spring, and one can only wonder how this will change the Mideast forever.

As nightfall came across Cairo, word came to the angry protesters, on their 18th day, that Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has officially resigned.

Reports earlier in the day had indicated that under the cover of night, Mubarak was shepherded out the country. These reports are unconfirmed. Update: It is being reported that Mubarak left the Presidential residence, and flew to his winter home.

At 1:30pm, Pres. Barack “Carter” Obama is expected to make a public statement about the ongoing process in Egypt. It should be noted that with Mabarak’s departure, the coming months will be volatile, and could have a major impact on our international relations.


An open letter from actor Jon Voight to President Obama:

June 22, 2010

President Obama:

You will be the first American president that lied to the Jewish people, and the American people as well, when you said that you would defend Israel, the only Democratic state in the Middle East, against all their enemies. You have done just the opposite. You have propagandized Israel, until they look like they are everyone’s enemy — and it has resonated throughout the world. You are putting Israel in harm’s way, and you have promoted anti-Semitism throughout the world.

You have brought this to a people who have given the world the Ten Commandments and most laws we live by today. The Jewish people have given the world our greatest scientists and philosophers, and the cures for many diseases, and now you play a very dangerous game so you can look like a true martyr to what you see and say are the underdogs. But the underdogs you defend are murderers and criminals who want Israel eradicated.

You have brought to Arizona a civil war, once again defending the criminals and illegals, creating a meltdown for good, loyal, law-abiding citizens. Your destruction of this country may never be remedied, and we may never recover. I pray to God you stop, and I hope the people in this great country realize your agenda is not for the betterment of mankind, but for the betterment of your politics.

With heartfelt and deep concern for America and Israel,

Jon Voight

     Who authorized this President, at this time, to shift our commitment to our ally, Israel, to disrespect and discard the decades of support we have shown to the nation of Israel? Is this just another example of his “Just Words” that have no meaning whatsoever? After all, he vowed to the Jewish community that his Muslim roots would in no way have any bearing on our relationship with Israel.

     But it seems that foreign dignitaries are seeing that Obama is devoutly devoted to his Muslim origins. Not just in his bows to the Saudi king, but in his rhetoric, in his disrespectful treatment of Netanyahu, and his “open arms” treatment of Hamas at the White House this week:

“Obama is a real problem for Israel,” a senior official told told Yediot. “He is Israel’s biggest strategic catastrophe.” The newspaper also quoted another official who believes that for the first time Washington has switched sides. “The Obama White House is putting pressure only on Israel but does not expect anything from the Palestinians,” he said. “These American demands are unacceptable.”

Egyptian minister: Obama told me he is a Muslim News that Matters hat tip PV

Obama told me he is still a Muslim, who supports the Muslim agenda.

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Toward the end of the video, Horowitz confronted her with this question:

“I’m a Jew. The head of Hezbollah has said that he hopes that we will gather in Israel so he doesn’t have to hunt us down globally. For it or against it?”

The Muslim student responded: “For it.” In essence, the student was saying she is for a second Holocaust.

Horowitz ended the exchange by telling the woman, “Thank you for coming and showing everybody what’s here.”

     Perhaps the Reverend Jeremiah Wright never quoted these passages during Barack Obama’s twenty years at the Trinity Church, or perhaps this was one of the sermons that Obama missed:

Thus says the Lord GOD:
I will take the children of Israel from among the nations
to which they have come,
and gather them from all sides to bring them back to their land.
I will make them one nation upon the land,
in the mountains of Israel,
and there shall be one prince for them all.
Never again shall they be two nations,
and never again shall they be divided into two kingdoms.

They shall live on the land that I gave to my servant Jacob,
the land where their fathers lived;
they shall live on it forever,
they, and their children, and their children’s children,
with my servant David their prince forever.
I will make with them a covenant of peace;
it shall be an everlasting covenant with them,
and I will multiply them, and put my sanctuary among them forever.
My dwelling shall be with them;
I will be their God, and they shall be my people.
Thus the nations shall know that it is I, the LORD,
who make Israel holy,
when my sanctuary shall be set up among them forever.

Ez 37:21-28