Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Why Do Leftists Think We Can Live in Peace With Those Who Want Us Dead?

I wasn't going to post again before Yom Kippur, but Ruthie Blum's article shouldn't wait.

Google search may not like that I'm just quoting, but I don't have the time right now to do more.

Ruthie compares the guy who jumped into the tiger habitat in the Bronx Zoo to Obama. 
...Less clear to all concerned was the behavior of Villalobos, who certainly should have known better than to leap into an enclosure with a carnivorous predator. When asked why he had behaved in such a suicidal manner — not to mention break the law and put zoo keepers in peril — he responded happily that he had “wanted to be at one with the tiger” and had gotten his wish to pet the huge cat.
...Ahmadinejad should not be allowed into this country. He should not be welcome at the U.N. He should not be presented with “options on the table.” There should be only one option for him and that is defeat.
The Jews of New York in particular, though by no means exclusively, voted for Barack Obama in 2008. A majority of them will repeat that act of insanity come this November.
It is an act no less insane than that of Villalobos, who wanted to be “at one” with an animal bent on his destruction. Obama’s policies, that involve wanting to be “at one” with the forces of the world bent on America’s and Israel’s destruction, are no less dangerous for American Jews than hopping head first into a tiger’s lair.
I think the best comparison would be to compare that guy to the Israeli Left that keeps insisting that if we offer the right magic potion, Land etc, to the Arabs they will agree to live in peace with us.  In Blum's book about Jimmy Carter, To Hell in a Handbasket: Carter, Obama, and the "Arab Spring,"  she shows that Carter thought the same about the Iranians, that  if he could just be nice enough, they'd come around and release the American hostages.

Let's pray that world leaders, including the media get true wisdom!

Tzom Kal-- Easy Fast
Gmar Chatima Tova

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