Prime Minister Netanyahu made many salient and obvious points – so obvious, in fact, that one wonders why he felt impelled to fly all the way from Tel Aviv to Washington to belabor them. Could the answer possibly be that our own government has become so besotted with complacency and self-importance that they are blind to the international threats to the world and to America?
Has the foreign policy ineptness of the United States risen to the level that we need a foreign head of state to tell us what we need to be doing in the world? Has the fecklessness of the US State Department under Monica Lewinski's boyfriend's domestic partner and Terresa Hines Kerry's gold digger gigolo sunk to the depths that we must be instructed in foreign policy by our reluctant allies?
The answer to that, unfortunately, is obvious. But the real question is, "Will Obama listen?"
The answer to that question is obvious as well. Obama is a Muslim, and he and his closest advisor, Iranian Muslim Valerie Jarrett, will do everything in their power to ensure that Iran has the ability to terrorize not only the Middle East, but the United States of America, with the threat of nuclear holocaust.
Netanyahu's trip to America, where he was unceremoniously snubbed by the nominal President of the United States, and his address to the United States Congress were not politically motivated, as the force-fed media have suggested. If you really believe that, you probably also believe that Ambassador Chris Stevens was killed over a video, and you are not mentally equipped to even be reading this column.
Prime Minister Netanyahu risked his political future in a desperate attempt to save his country and to prevent its people being consumed in nuclear firestorms. The Obama/Jarrett/Muslim Brotherhood coalition that has taken over the executive branch of the US government is a lost cause. Israel's last hope is action by the Congress of the United States to stem the tide of jihad emanating from Tehran and 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
The Prime Minister stood tall and strong yesterday and said, "Genuch Schoen! – Enough Already! Help me stop this madman in your White House!"
Will the Congress listen? Will we? Are we ready to stand with our staunchest ally, Israel, and say with Prime Minister Netanyahu, "Genuch Schoen?"