“I Prefer Not To”

Barack Obama And Benjamin Netanyahu

Benjamin Netanyahu is giving Barack Obama a gong away present this month. Specifically, his middle finger. It truly is the gift which keeps on giving.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s cancellation of a proposed meeting with U.S. President Barack Obama put more strain on their troubled ties on Tuesday just before a visit to Israel by Vice President Joe Biden.

The White House said on Monday it was “surprised” to learn first from Israeli media that Netanyahu had decided against coming to a conference of the pro-Israel lobby AIPAC in Washington on March 20, and the suggestion in some reports that among his reasons was Obama’s unavailability to see him.

I liken this situation to the quiet, intelligent guy who keeps trying – unsuccessfully – to date the cheerleader. The guy has everything going for him, but the cheerleader – the most popular girl in school – not only keeps turning him down, but also demeans him as she does. Sooner or later, the smart kid wises up, and figuratively tells the cheerleader to go f**k herself. Twenty years later, the guy is running a Fortune 500 company, the the cheerleader is selling her body for crack.

I cannot wait to see Netanyahu throw spare change toward post-presidency crack whore Obama.

9 thoughts on ““I Prefer Not To”

  1. I got the impression that Obama’s people said they could squeeze him in on the Friday before Obama flies to Cuba. Plus Obama is famous for his sleights towards Netanyahu, so I don’t blame Bibi for blowing him off.


  2. Netanyahu is truly an admirable man while Obama is an immature, selfish boy. I really shouldn’t even reference the two in the same sentence. Bibi is a true patriot. Obama is many things I can’t reference here without you having to move the blog again.


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