Israel to keep US in the dark on possible Iran strike

This is no surprise and a good move on their part. The Obama administration can’t be trusted with this information:

CNS NEWS – Israel will not alert the U.S. ahead of time if it decides to attack Iran’s nuclear facilities, one U.S. intelligence official told The Associated Press.

Israeli officials explained the move is intended to protect the United States. That way, the U.S. can’t be held responsible for failing to stop an Israeli attack.

But Rep. Mike Rogers, R-Mich., who recently met with Israel’s prime minister and defense minister in Israel, suggested the move also stemmed from the Jewish state’s frustration with the Obama administration.

“I got the sense that Israel is incredibly serious about a strike on their (Iran’s) nuclear weapons program,” Rogers told CNN on Monday. “It’s their calculus that the administration … is not serious about a real military consequence to Iran moving forward.”

“They believe they’re going to have to make a decision on their own, given the current posture of the United States,” he added.

American officials have been working for months to convince Israel an attack would only be a temporary setback to Iran’s nuclear program.

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  • This is by far the smartest thing that Israel can do. I could see it that they call Obama and then Obama calls his Middle East pals and apologizes for what is to come letting it “accidentally” come out of the bag.

    Good for Israel

    • TPDanbo

      I wouldn’t trust Obama to keep my secrets any more than than I trust the Pakistanis!

      • TJ

        I believe Bin Laden was hiding probably for quite some time in Pakistan. Maybe they were better at keeping a secret?

    • PFFV

      The screen shot of Obama giving Netanyahu that sh!tty look makes me want to punch his lights out every time I see it! What a JERK and a traitor to Israel as well as the USA!

  • It paints a mighty sad picture of the US relationship with Israel now because of dear leader, but all I can say is it’s the best move Israel can make right now and I can’t blame them one bit.

    • Conservative_Hippie

      Agreed. Our relationship with Israel has taken a downturn!

      • PFFV

        All because of the Traitor in Chief and his unelected Czars.

    • repwin2012

      I believe Netanyahu still thinks most of the American people stand with Israel. If so, he is correct. No doubt he feels sympathy toward the good people of this country, that we now have at the head of state, a disloyal, traitorous “friend”. Our president seem to be one of those types who enjoys tweeking, and sticking a thumb in the eye of Americans who value our traditions, our history and our place in the world. Ever met one of those people? A contrarian just because…Anyone no what I mean? It’s sickening really.

  • I sure wouldn’t give this administration advance notice. I have no confidence that this administration would not:
    – notify the Iranians.
    – actively try to prevent the attack.

    It distresses me that I think this low of a U.S. administration, but I think there is strong evidence that these concerns are justified.

    • Maxsteele

      Yes, same reason why the US Military did not inform Pakistan of their hit on Bin Laden. Why would Israel tell the great charlatan in the white house about anything they are going to do against Iran as the US would announce it to the world and the Iranians. Probably hoping that this would make the Iranians respect them and sit down and talk..LOL. I am sure Obama and his fellow anti-semite Sarkozy can have another discussion about how troublesome those damn Israelis are.

  • Nukeman60

    My heart goes out to Israel. The only country that had their backs for so many years has turned on them. They are truly on their own.

    I don’t blame them for keeping the US out of the loop. One word to Obama and he’d be on the phone to Mockme Imadinnerjacket in a heartbeat. The raid would be thwarted and Obama could say, ‘I told you so’. What a piece of work!

    • GraceKnows

      “Mockme Imadinnerjacket”, lol! Good one.

      • Nukeman60

        I can’t spell it, so we do what we can. lol

  • Rshill7

    Yep. O’ cannot be trusted.

    I’d love to see Israel hand Imanutjob an embarrassing butt whoopin’. Shock, and awww, poor baby. Now you see a nuclear site, now you don’t! Now you see a presidential palace, now you don’t. Enrichment facility? I don’t see no stinking enrichment facility. I see a big hole in the ground. I wonder if Imanut can tell the difference between his arse and that hole in the ground? Presto-chango kaboom!

    Imanutjob: “Hey, where’s all our stuff?

    • Nukeman60

      After the bombing, there won’t be a difference between his arse and that hole in the ground. That’s him all over!

  • Jim_McCarty

    This about the president being unprepared for a 3AM call. Hillary was right about this one.

  • Been_There_BT

    Absolutely agree with them, do what ya gotta do Israel.

  • JayGatsby88

    Just a general question, because I’m clueless to all this, but why do we love Israel so much? Didn’t they kill our main man Jesus? I thought we were to dislike all things non Christian…

    • Nukeman60

      Wow, just wow.

    • Jesus was put to death by all who sinned. Therefore, we are all guilty of his death. By the way, it was the Romans who worked alongside the Jewish leadership. It was not the Pharisees who hit those nails or put a spear through the Savior’s side.

    • Rshill7

      If Christ had not died, our souls would still be covered with sin sir. Christ’s death, burial and ressurection is what Christianity is all about. The Jews are “God’s chosen people”. God made promises to them through Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.

      It was preordained and prophesied in The Old Testament. Check out Isaiah 53 for starters.

      P.S. Bobby Jindal said that he only had two problems with O’…his ideology and his incompetancy 🙂

      • JayGatsby88

        But Jews don’t see Jesus as the messiah, isn’t that why they are jews? Regardless, I’m more interested in why Republicans (and democrats) love Israel. For votes at home? Why are we so concerned? I’m going off anecdotal evidence but it seems like they are our most discussed ally, but how do we benefit by being allies?

        • “how do we benefit by being allies?”

          Israel is the only thing keeping the rest of the middle east in check.

        • Rshill7

          No, they’re Jews because they are Jewish. They are also Hebrew. Israel is the only democracy in the Middle East. The only civilized, non-muslim nation there too. It is the area where the Kings and prophets of the Old Testament were spoken of and lived. The Messiah is the Messiah regardless of whether someone believes it or not. Neither their belief nor the non non-belief is causative.

          Israel is also where Christ lived, ministered, preached, performed miracles, was crucified, died and rose again. It’s the area containing his footprints and life prints. Jesus is also a Jew as were the disciples. We want to do right by Israel because it is the right thing to do. The Holy Bible also admonishes us to bless Israel in many places.

          In Genesis 12:2-3. God is speaking to Abraham. “I will make you into a great nation and I will bless you; I will make your name great, and you will be a blessing. I will bless those who bless you, and whoever curses you I will curse; and all peoples on earth will be blessed through you.”

          • sno_warrior

            And that was a probably a thousand years before the Jewish Nation ever existed…. It was established when Moses brought the “Jewish Nation” out from land of Egypt!

        • steprock

          We build up our allies so that they will be there for us in exchange.

          We support Israel because they have honored this relationship.

          You might as well ask why we support Britain since they tried to kill and subjugate us in recent history.

          • I’ve have to disagree with you here. We can talk about whether or not helping Israel is the right thing to do from a moral perspective. I would at least say that they are morally in the right over Iran (duh) but they have been far from an asset to the United States. The US gains from more from the UK than from Israel.

            • “The US gains from more from the UK than from Israel.” We might just find out how much we have been given from Israel, when the whole middle east blows up. Israel might not seem to give us much by way of material things, oil or things like that, but without Israel standing in the way between us and the middle east- I’ll take that anyday!

              • Patriot077

                I read an article some time back about all the benefits the US has gained from our friendly relationship with Israel. I may have saved it and if so will post the link as it was really enlightening.

                • Oh that’d be great Patriot! I’d appreciate it if you still have it. Thanks! 🙂

              • Patriot077

                I read an article some time back about all the benefits the US has gained from our friendly relationship with Israel. I may have saved it and if so will post the link as it was really enlightening.

        • Some of them do, hence the Messianic Jews, and their number is growing still. Some day they will look upon Him whom they pierced and realize that He IS the Messiah. Most republicans care about Israel because of faith in God and take God’s Word a little more seriously than most democrats who do care about Jews for the vote.

      • sno_warrior

        I have to respectfully disagree with you Rshill7. I know that this is the ‘popular opinion’ in Christianity today, but it is not biblical. Show me in the Bible where ‘the Jews’ are God’s choosen people?

        I know that ‘Israel’ is God’s chosen people but ‘Israel’ comes from the linage of Jacob. There were other ‘Jewsish tribes’ that made up the nation of Israel.

        In Romans 9:6-13 we see that Paul says that “they are not all Israel who are of Israrel.” It goes on to say that “in Isaac your seed shall be called” and that “the children of the promise are counted as the seed.”

        Now go back to Genesis 32:24:28 “a Man (Christ) wrestled with him till the breaking of day” In verse 26 Jacob says “I will not let you go unless You bless me.” In verse 27 Christ asks his name and is told ‘Jacob’. In verse 28 Christ gives Jacob a ‘new name’…. And He said, “Your name shall no longer be called Jacob but ‘Israel’; for you have struggled with God and with men and have prevailed.”

        So you see here that the ‘linage of Jacob’ are the ‘children of the promise’ and not ALL Jews. Not only that but when Stephen was stoned by Saul, go to Acts 6:8-15; 7:1-60. The ‘stoning of Steven’ was the end of the 490 year prophecy given in 457 BC by King Artaxzerxes (Ezra 7).

        Daniel 9:24-27 tells us that “Seventy weeks are determined for your people (the Jewish Nation and refering back to Ezra where the Jews were sent back to rebuild the Temple).” but they (the Jews) DID NOT BELIEVE IN THE Messiah so they (the Jews) DID NOT “annoint the Most Holy” (Jesus) and so Christ was “cut off” (crucified) “in the middle of the week.”

        Then at the stoning of Stephen, the Gospel went to the Gentiles. Remember the ‘Damascus Road’ where Christ Jesus got the ‘attention of Saul’ and turned ‘Saul into Paul’.

        If you do a ‘detailed Bible study’ on the subject of ‘Gods’ people’ in the last days you will see that it is ‘spiritual Israel’ that are Gods’ people and not the ‘nation of Israel’.

    • Asian_chic

      Kudos to the person who suggested an “ignore” button!

    • BSScoop

      Is it possible to know any less about Christianity than JayGats’ last statement?


      • JayGatsby88

        Lol, yes I’m a young atheist who went to catholic school for the sports and the skirts. Does it show?

        In all seriousness, I’m really just curious about the relationship. So are you implying we love Israel so much because of Biblical history?

        • Nukeman60

          Yes. Yes, it does.

        • At least you’re honest and asking Jay. I’d say we care about Israel in a large part for the Biblical history, but also because Israel is the only ally in the whole middle east, and also because many folks still see Israel as the whipping boy of the world and are sick of it.

    • Of course, you are starting from a false premise that liberals love to believe but which is not born out by the facts – that serious Christians hate non-Christians.

      And Jews and Israel have no stronger supporters than evangelical Christians. Why? Because it is Biblical – the Jews were God’s chosen people. Without Jews there would be no Christ and no Christianity.

      Religion aside, Israel is the only functioning democracy in the Middle East. We should support them on those grounds alone.

      • JayGatsby88

        So in a way it’s like America wishes it could be Israel? That way we’d be closer to God? I can understand that, we want the first class express ticket to heaven, a ticket expected of God’s chosen people. Instead we riding coach since there are Muslims in our country 🙁

        But okay, I feel you on the democracy point. But hasn’t the Arab spring helped fuel the need for democracy in other regions that deserve our attention, as well as the attention of Israel, considering that these are embryonic democracies?

        • Nukeman60

          I’m assuming you think that ‘arab spring’ is a good thing. It’s an uprising of the muslim brotherhood and all their ilk. It has nothing to do with democracy.

        • Did you pay any attention when you were in Catholic school? I don’t mean to be offensive, but your understanding of Christianity is sadly lacking.

          There is only one ticket to Heaven, and there is only one way to get it: accept Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior (savior is key). Accept that he died for all our sins and accept the free gift of salvation that He offers. There is no first class, there is no second class, there is no third class.

          Some other notes: there are far more Muslims in Israel than there are Jews in Islamic countries – certainly on a proportional basis, but very probably in absolute numbers. And proportionally more than in the U.S.

          And Arab Spring looked good at the start, but it looks like we’ll end up with far more hard-line, Islamist governments than there were before. It is pretty much impossible to have free elections given the circumstances in those countries – there are plenty of hard-liners willing to kill those who don’t toe the line. How would you or I vote under those circumstances? If we are honest, it isn’t an easy question.

          And you never answered as to why you go by ‘JayGatsby88’.

          • JayGatsby88

            Catholic school confused the mess out of me. How repenting gets you clear of heinous acts, the idea of purgatory, the body and blood thing, etc.

            Yes, the democracy over there needs work. But isn’t this a step in the right direction? I agree with you, it’s a hairy situation over there, but is this not progress? Westernization?

            Reference is to The Great Gatsby, the character of Gatsby was somewhat of an ostentatious man who would mingle with women and was known all throughout New York… what I aspire to be (in a jocular way of course).

            • Thanks for the answer about your moniker. I just re-read ‘The Great Gatsby’ recently. I appreciate your use of it.

        • I wouldn’t say we wish to be Israel, but maybe I don’t understand what you’re saying. Christians who believe in the Bible are as close to God as Israel is because we are in the family of God already. As for the Arab spring, democracy would be a great thing if that is what Muslim countries wanted. Some muslims do, I’m sure, and many non muslims who live in Islamic nations- but as we’ve seen from Eqypt, Libya and every other Islamic nation who is “celebrating” are voting en mass for Islamic sharia loving hardliners who are anti anything but islam. I believe the people of Iran who were demonstrating and being killed by the thousands during the last elections there genuinely wanted real change- but on that dear leader was silent as were most of the democrats. Why?

      • Trust1TG

        We share the same Law and Word and God as the Jews. They just don’t know the Lord Jesus yet.

    • steprock

      Israel has been our staunch, and only, ally in the region for many years. They’ve openly accepted US negotiations in regards to Palestine and have proudly marched into battle with us when we’ve called, sending in ground troops and aircraft alike.

      We’ve got any number treaties with them that establish our close relationship.

      That is enough political reason, even without bringing shared religious ideology into the matter.

    • unclesamnephew

      no! i did! and so did you. by the Grace of God and Grace alone are we you have faith are saved

    • The pharisees asked for it, the gentiles ordered it, but we all are responsible for it. Jesus came the first time for the specific purpose of going to the cross… someone had to start it.
      For me, my support of Israel is both Biblical and commonsensical. The nation of Israel is God’s own people, our scriptures and our savior came from the Jews. And I always ALWAYS have a soft spot in my heart for the little guy, especially when they are surrounded by bullies and have not a friend in the world.

    • TJ

      The Jews are God’s chosen people. Jesus came to earth as a Jew.

      The priority of the proclaimation of the Gospel was to go to the Jew first, then to the Gentiles.

      Jesus died on the cross, paying the price for the sins of all who would ever believe- sins against a holy and just God. In one sense, the Jews who rejected Christ put him on the cross, in another sense, it was the sins of all His chosen people- those grafted in and those Jews who would believe who were the reason He gave His life. We who He loved so much are to blame for Jesus hanging on the tree- the sinless Son of God took the punishment of whosoever believes on Him.
      Jesus said He laid down His own life- so He gave His life willingly and God was pleased to crush Him- as a guilt offering for the sins of all who would ever believe (Isaiah 53:10).
      And while the Christian is to hate evil, including the sin in our own lives, we are to love our neighbor as ourselves & this includes the Jewish people. God promises blessing on those who bless Israel and that all the peoples of the earth would be blessed through Israel. Genesis 12:1-3

  • Isreal please kick some @$$ will yeah? reinforcements will be there in January

  • Amy

    I very glad Israel has made this decision. It means that their government and population hasn’t forgotten and is still resolved to not let another Holocaust happen.

    Never Forget ~ Never Again

  • anneinarkansas

    Good for Israel. They know they are unable to trust Obama.
    Do You????????????

    • NYGino

      Do You????????????…rhetorical question of the year.

    • Do I trust Obama?
      One word: ‘You can keep your health plan if you like it’.

      OK, that was more than one word. I don’t believe a word that comes out of his mouth, including ‘Hello’.

  • BankGuy

    A true vote of no confidence in the Obama administration. Doubt that this will have an effect on the secular Jewish community. They refuse to see that Obama has thrown Israel under the bus.

    • steprock

      Man, I hope you’re wrong. I hope that both Catholics and Jews come out in November, along with the Unions and say “You’ve screwed all of us at one point or another. Hit the road.”

      What boggles my mind is that people who have traditionally supported the working class party–the Democrats–don’t realize that they have been taken over by Marxists. They aren’t your grandparents’ Democrats anymore.

      • Trust1TG

        The Unions are tight with Obama, but we can hope the African-Americans and Hispanics have wised up.

  • steprock

    Smart move, Israel. I am greatly ashamed to say that they can’t trust their own ally, the United States of America. I wish I could tell them how angry we are with this President and to wait until we rid ourselves of him in November.

    To my Jewish and Christian friends here: this is the kind of thing we have to repent for, lest we suffer God’s punishment for our “leader’s” foolishness in abandoning Israel.

    • StandingGround

      Its frustrating to have such a sleezeball POTUS speak for our nation. But, there are quite a few Christian organizations that have met with Netanyahu and have expressed how a large part of our citizens support and are praying for Israel. Off the top of my head…Jerusalem Prayer Team, Beck’s Restoring..?..event, Christians United for Israel, to name a few. I’m sure there are many others; maybe even non-Christian groups.

      I think Israel is smart to keep the US in the dark because, like it has been said, our leaders cannot be trusted. Every time I hear that BO has come against Israel, I stand up in my spirit and declare he DOES NOT speak for me, Lord!

      I pray that God bless and protect Israel and that He lead and guide them to do the right thing for their nation.

  • sDee

    No one should be surprised. Hussein Obama and Hillary Clinton are turning the middle east over to the Muslim Brotherhood.

    One way to flush out traitors is to feed them some data and see what they do:

    Panetta Leaks Possible Israeli Attack on Iran this Spring

    • TJ

      liked w/one exception- President Barrack Hussein Obama- he does have the first name Barrack. And the office of president I still respect, though I am inwardly groaning over the current one and praying often that if it’s God’s will, Rick Santorum will be elected.

  • Sober_Thinking

    Good for them. They have a right to defend themselves if necessary and are under no obligation to get our approval to do so. It’s not right that we won’t be helping them this time around.

    Maobama IS the enemy… why tell him? He’ll just tell two muslim leaders, and they’ll tell two muslim leaders, and so on, and so on…

  • MiketheMarine

    Can you blame them? The Chairman would be on the bat phone to Aquavelvejad just as fast as he could dial warning them.

  • JoelDick

    Obama should apologize for his presidency.

    • steprock

      He doesn’t see anything wrong with it. WE have to apologize for him.

      • JoelDick

        He wants us to apologize for making money.

    • unclesamnephew

      nope! rather he should serve a term in prison for life for each and every act of treason he has committed against our founder’s contract. The Consitution of the United States

      • Nukeman60

        I would vote for a ‘second term’ on those counts.

  • Conservative_Hippie

    I know most of you know where Israel is located, but I thought I would post a link to a color map of Israel and their surrounding neighbors. It’s kind of eye-opening when you see how tiny Israel is compared to it’s neighbors…and how many of them are, or are becoming, Muslim dominated territories.

    • unclesamnephew

      hey my only hippie friend! would Obama enforce the no fly zone over iraq?

      • Watchman74

        I would think that decision would be made by the Iraq government and not Obama, but either way I don’t think Iraq has any SAM’s in place to enforce it.

      • Conservative_Hippie

        Good question.

    • Amy

      It would be the equivalent of say the rest of the US & Canada pointing Katyusha rockets & SCUD missiles at New York. How secure would the residents of New York feel and how fast would they make sure their perimeter was locked up good and tight?

      May God bless Israel and keep her in His hands.

  • sDee

    Attacking Iran’s Nuke Sites May Only Slow Progress

    “”Destroying nuclear facilities in a military strike does not “uninvent” the technology, retired Marine CorpsGen. James Cartwright said Monday in an interview. “The intellectual capital still exists.

    Natan Sachs, an expert on Israeli national security matters at the Brookings Institution, said it would be very difficult for Israel to stop a nuclear weapons program with a unilateral military action…

    Mr. Sachs said an Israeli strike on Iran would require a synchronized attack by more than 100 fighter jets carrying heavy bombs and refueling over hostile territory, because a single bunker-busting bomb would not be enough to penetrate and destroy Iran’s underground facilities. “It is not a one-shot thing,”

    But Ehud Eilam, a former instructor for the Israeli Defense Forces, said a strike on Iran could postpone its program by two to five years, during which time international sanctions on the Islamic republic could work. He said Israel could opt to strike every fours year to further delay the nuclear program.

    “It’s not the recommended option, but there is no good option,” he said. “You take what you can get.”””

    • Nukeman60

      This is the same philosophy that all liberals use to not drill for oil, by saying it would take 10 years to see results (in reality, it’s only 4.5 years). Of course, every 10 years, they have to repeat this argument. And they actually want people to take them seriously.

      • Rshill7

        Yes, it’s called planning for our future as opposed to ruining it. Freakish rightwing concept huh? It’s also called being independent of countries that want to kill us while we throw money at them.

    • Trust1TG

      IRAN’s nuke sites may not be safe… for Iran.

      Iran’s inferior nuke project may self-destruct –

      • Watchman74

        Wouldn’t that be a divine intervention?

      • Nukeman60

        Interestingly enough, the Chernobyl disaster was purposely done. They defeated all safety features to see if the reactors could run at 110%. We see what came of that.

        The Fukushima reactors could have been saved, in spite of the massive earthquakes and tsunami, if they had only secured the diesel generator rooms from water intrusion (like we do here in the US as a normal precaution). Once again, man-made stupidity.

        The fault with these reactors in Iran will be with the tensile strength of their reactor vessels. We have to replace ours here in the US every thirty years or so, due the the deterioration of the vessel strength (caused by neutron bombardment). Iran has neither the knowledge nor expertise to deal with this and it will bite them in the backside in the long run. If they don’t build according to ‘worse-case scenario’ like we do, there will be massive disaster.

        Perhaps, we should just let them run these reactors till they break and come back in 10,000 years to clean up the mess.

        • WordsFailMe

          I ask myself if I am willing to risk radioactive “fallout” to see the nation of Iran brought to it’s knees and the soil of it’s neighbor, Afghanistan, poisoned and it other neighbor Pakistan befouled with waste.

          Let’s see. I am willing to fight the the Muslim in the streets with guns, knives and broken glass, burn their cities, their schools, populate their heaven with fresh virgins and see their religion ground into the dirt for eternity. Hmmm.

          So, yes. I’ll take the risk, “Drop the bomb(s), Net, lot’s of them. We’ll figure out the details later.”

          • Nukeman60

            As with Chernobyl, just check which way the wind is blowing.

    • Watchman74

      Maybe this would do it? Report: Israel Planning, Training for Low-Level Nuke Strike Against Iran Read more:,2933,242243,00.html#ixzz1nh8Y3X3m

      Long story short they know a conventional strike may not be enough, so they would drop a laser guided bomb to open a tunnel followed by a mini-nuke they would explode underground to minimize the radioactive fallout while annihilating the facilities.

  • comeLordJesus

    This is wise of Israel. ovomit, the Secretary of State, and the Department of Defense CAN NOT be trusted. They are traitors to this country and the Constitution they took an oath to defend. The currant President of the United States of America (how it sickens me to say that!) has bent over and licked the boots of a tin plated dictator, blamed our own soldiers and is now complicit in charging them with a non-crime. When barbarian terrorists murder our soldiers in cold blood, ovomit apologizes to the terrorists with no regard for the soldiers or their families. ovomit will not hesitate to hang Israel out to dry and stab them in the back.
    Genesis 12:3 “And the Lord said to Abram, I will bless those who bless you, and the one who curses you I will curse.”
    Be wise Israel, DO NOT TRUST the United States of America. Her leadership curses you!
    Come Lord Jesus! Come quickly!

    • virginiagentleman1

      I’m in agreement with most of what you say with the exception of ‘DO NOT TRUST the USA’.
      Israel can trust the USA! It is our leaders that she can not trust, and with good reason!

      • TJ

        Well, unfortunately, the current President chosen to represent the United States cannot be trusted, so for now, the prime minister is wise not to trust the U.S..

        • virginiagentleman1

          Absolutely agree, TJ.

    • Just call him dear leader or occupant of the oval office- President of the United States is a title worthy of the person holding it, and he is NOT worthy. Other than that, well said!

  • DavidRobertson

    Somebody help me understand how Hillary Clinton maintains personal and political popularity in this country. She would have been just as bad as Obama, yet polls show that if she wanted to primary him, she could win the Dem ticket and the general. Makes no sense to me. She has done an atrocious job as SOS, and is now making a play for the World Bank. God help us all.

    • unclesamnephew

      haven’t you heard? liberalism is a mental disease

      • virginiagentleman1

        And all of this time I was so sure that given the liberals lack of morals, it had to an STD! lol

  • The leaks from this administration have been serious and severe. Bradley manning, for one example, can’t be directly blamed on Obama, but his reaction to that leak can be. A serious superpower wouldn’t have been pantzed in public by an organization called “wikileaks”.

    • Trust1TG

      Indirectly, Obama’s campaign against DADT and his administrations affirmative action promotion of homosexuality can be connected to two of the last two espionage cases, Corp. Bradley Manning and Spec. William C. Millay both of whose emotional reactions to homosexual affairs were directly connected to their betrayal of their country.

      • Trust1TG

        There is another connection – Bradley Manning, along with Bill Clinton, have been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize.

        Good prize gone bad.

        • WordsFailMe

          Hey Trust, which one of these guys is on top right now?

  • sara holy land

    Thank God I can count on our prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu.
    he is GREAT

    • TJ

      I am sorry we have a president in the United States who seems to be no friend of Israel. I am praying our next president will be Rick Santorum, who I believe would be.

  • Philo Beddoe

    the obamunist has loaded up his administration with the muslim brotherhood.

    Why would Israel give the US a heads up?

  • WordsFailMe

    Thank you CBC, Thank you OWS, Thank You Seiu- you kept us out of war just like Woodrow Wilson!

    Netanyahu’s going keep this up and we”ll name a candy bar after him –The Yahoo! Yahu Bar, no chocolate and no peanuts.

    Good Morning, pimp.

    • BankGuy

      or the Bibibar

  • virginiagentleman1

    It isn’t a surprise that Israel doesn’t trust this socialist and his government. Heck, I’m an American citizen and I don’t trust him either!

  • CO2isGood

    The Democrats have also for the past 25 years been telling us that drilling for oil will not lower the cost of gas in the short term.

    It seems their de facto philosophy is to put every problem off, or try to talk it to death, until it is virtually impossible to fix.

    …of course we have our “geniuses” on the right, like Pat Buchanan, that thinks he knows more about the Iraninan problem than Israel does, acting as the useful idiot and making the situation even more convoluted.

    • Rshill7

      Oil is a commodity, kinda like Gold. One big reason the price is up, even though supply is currently adequate, is because the dollar has been devalued by the actions of this administration. We have artficially deflated it’s value and simultaneously inflated the relative value of what one can purchase with it. I heard yesterday that the oil price is actually down but the dollar is even further down. Hence, high gas prices.

      Having said that, increasing supply and/or reducing demand would still bring the price down, provided further dollar devaluations do not occur. If we get a conservative in the White House, he can strengthen the dollar while also increasing supply. Prices will then naturally fall.

      • CO2isGood

        I agree….clearly had we been drilling and increasing the oil supply all along energy demand would be lower, speculation would be less volatile, the spiraling inflationary effects caused by increased energy costs of transporting and manufacturing virtually every product we consume would be softer, the need for Iranian oil would be diminished, the money in Iraninan coffers that can be directed towards nuclear ambition would be tighter, and Irans political/military reach would be weaker, and despite the ridiculous actions of this administration our country would be in better shape.

      • Nukeman60

        You might find this article interesting. It states that the gas prices have actually gone down over the Obama administration, due to the decrease in the value of the dollar. Fascinating take.

  • The Obama admin already (in treason) spilled as many beans as they could anyway. Good luck Israel.

  • veek46

    This move by the Israelis shows that our elections have consequences. People voting for Obama even though he was clearly unprepared to handle the job as Comander-in-Chief.

  • tvlgds

    I don’t blame them one bit. This administration cannot be trusted. If we knew about it, Israel would be wiped off the map before they got a single plane off the ground.

  • Set them back temporarily, then do it again, and again, and again ∞

  • Major914

    Show ’em how its done Mr. Netanyahu–show ’em how its done!

  • sandynsavannah

    look at that expression on obama’s face!
    VERY SCAREY….he really IS a M u s l i m
    Oh God, help us get him out of there

  • Philo Beddoe

    That cover pic of obama is creepy. I looks evil

    • Rshill7

      I think you look like a lovely person Philo. Don’t sell yourself short 🙂

  • 911Infidel

    Good move. Under the closet Ikwan US administration, no one can be trusted. Just do what you gotta do. Don’t wait till November, the American electorate is too fickle and is smoking the crack of weaseltry and low expectations.

  • What’s in a name? A ‘rose’ by any other name… etc. Obama’s administration behaves exactly as you would expect from a leader named Hussein.

  • Constance

    Israel has her own issues, but one thing about her – she defends her turf if it comes down to it. And, I have no doubts that they absolutely see an enemy in the Obama Administration. They have been betrayed enough now. Obama better hope Israel doesn’t move on her own between now and election day. She will, though. 🙂

  • longnian92
  • Tall, Dark and Handsome

    Lest we forget the 4/5 Dolphin missile submarines Israel has that will be used to attack Iran from the sea. Ya think our subs dont know where they are ?

    Another indicator will be the calling up of Reserves.

    We will know well in advance…………………

  • aZjimbo

    barry would be the first one on the phone calling and warning the mullahs in Iran. Israel, do it on your own.

  • 08silverado

    wow!! what a look of contempt from obama, I don’t think he likes it when people don’t jump when he snaps his finger