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A Chink in the Messiah’s Armour? Are we getting the truth from Lamestream Media?

Posted by thebosun on July 23, 2008

Courtesy of Matt Drudge:

OBAMA VISITS WESTERN WALL IN OLD CITY JERUSALEM… ARRIVES AT 5:08 AM LOCAL TIME [10:08 PM ET]… SUNRISE… SHOUTING MAN: ‘JERUSALEM IS NOT FOR SALE, OBAMA’… MOB SCENE… CHAOS… BOWING HIS HEAD IN PRAYER… PLACES NOTE IN WALL… POSES FOR PHOTOS… LOTS OF SHOUTING… LEAVES 5:20 AM… DEVELOPING…….

However the AP file story at Breitbart did not mention any shouting, mob, or chaos.  I am not sure what is going on or if Matt Drudge has it right.   However with the rock star personal and the lame stream media wiping Obama’s arse, I have to wonder if perhaps Matt Drudge hit the nail on the head, as usual?  I imagine that after the coronation of Barack Hussein Obama following the November elections, the coming fairness doctrine will quiet any dissent.  News stories will get a good scrubbing and I doubt that speculative or unfavorable stories will get out.  G_d help us from the Obamanation.

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2 Responses to “A Chink in the Messiah’s Armour? Are we getting the truth from Lamestream Media?”

  1. thebosun said

    Courtesy of JPOST:

    Obama’s orientation toward Israel is not transparent, but there are clues to it. Dr. Michael Oren, noted historian and Senior Fellow at Jerusalem’s Shalem Center, has identified several:

    Although Obama has yet to say anything about the Palestinian Authority’s failure to meet its Roadmap obligation to curb terror and stop incitement, he has no such reservations when it comes to impugning Israel’s settlements, criticizing the Likud party, or allowing for the re-division of Jerusalem. He has backed the call for a contiguous Palestinian state free of Israeli roads and roadblocks. John McCain, by contrast, has not criticized Israel’s settlement policies, and has stressed the need for an end to the promotion of terror and demonization aimed at Israel, and ensuring “that Israel’s people can live in safety until there is a Palestinian leadership ready and able to deliver peace.”

    Dealing with Hamas? Dr. Oren notes that Obama waited five days before distancing himself from former President Jimmy Carter’s Hamas meetings-and only after being pounded politically for not doing so; McCain condemned them instantly.

    The candidates also differ on the core issue of whether the Israeli-Palestinian issue is the cause of the rest of the region’s woes, or vice-versa. In an interview with The Atlantic, Obama described the conflict as a “constant sore” that “infect(s) all of our foreign policy” and “provides an excuse for anti-American militant jihadists.” That is a formulation that suggests heavy Israeli concessions to achieve “peace” at any cost.

    McCain, on the other hand, sees the opposite-that Islamic fanaticism is the obstacle to Israeli-Palestinian peace: “[I]f the Israeli-Palestinian issue were decided tomorrow, we would still face the enormous threat of radical Islamic extremism.” According to Dr. Oren, neither McCain nor any of his advisors have indicated a readiness to apply greater pressure on Israel.

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