Tuesday, May 13, 2014

THE DAY OBAMA'S PRESIDENCY DIED

After reading this by Richard Fernandez at PJMedia,

The Day Obama's Presidency Died

and looking at what Fernandez points out that has happened since that fateful night in Benghazi, I have to ask myself if perhaps the phone call Obama made to Benjamin Netanyahu the night of the Benghazi terrorist attack is more consequential than initially thought?

BENGHAZI - THE ISRAELI CONNECTION

What was said between these two men? Why did it take an hour (some accounts say nearly 2 hours) to agree that "no snub" took place?

The "snub" being referenced here is that Netanyahu wanted to visit with Obama about the Israelis' red line for Iran's nuclear program while Netanyahu was here in the U.S. to attend the U.N. General Assembly, and Obama said "No." That "no" was immediately picked up by Israeli officials and some in the Israeli press as a "snub" from Obama to Netanyahu. That's the "snub" that was probably discussed by Obama on the phone to Netanyahu while the Benghazi attack was taking place.