Obama screams “What the f-ck was that!?” after televised drubbing by Netanyahu…

June 15, 2011

Shortly after the photo-op meeting and “working lunch” with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu — the one that saw President Obama openly chastised by the Prime Minister for Obama’s earlier public comments regarding wanting to see Israel return to its 1967 borders — the president verbally “went off” on Richard Daley in the private study area that adjoins the Oval Office. 

President Obama’s verbal attack was clearly heard by numerous staff up and down the West Wing hallways.

The essence of the president’s rage and embarrassment can best be summed up with him yelling out very loudly, “What the f-ck was that!?” 

That phrase was apparently repeated a number of times in the span of about five minutes, a time period in which Obama’s voice became “louder and louder” and culminating in Obama exclaiming, “Never again!  Do you understand me? Never again!”

Any response by Bill Daley back to the president, if given, was not overheard.

Daley was soon after seen walking slowly down the hallway back toward his own office.  He appeared “unconcerned” and was walking alone.  His mood was apparently good enough that he took the time to speak briefly with some junior staffers before continuing down the hall.  There was no sign of the president, though Valerie Jarrett did make an appearance on her way into the Oval Office. 

This was viewed as somewhat of a rare thing as Jarrett has apparently not been seen much on the lower levels of the West Wing for the last month or so.  Neither she nor the president was seen for some time after that. 

The president did not emerge until it was time to make another brief speech at a nearby location later that afternoon.  I did not receive information on whether or not Daley accompanied the president on that short trip, but the president’s mood was described as “much improved” when he returned.

While the details of this confrontation are a bit dated, I found them very interesting and think they provide some clear insight into the debilitating pressures that I am certain are getting to the president, and given the more recent developments that are now challenging the administration, I would not be at all surprised to hear more such examples coming from inside the White House in the very near future.

Oh, and another little FYI in case you missed it.  Obama had a recent “meeting” with some of his former top advisers very recently. In my line of work that means only one thing.  This administration is absolutely  sh-tting itself right now.  The cover is being blown off, the fingers of blame are being pointed, and discussions over who is going to take the fall are happening this very moment.  Things are going rather well for us.  Not too bad for an old news almost out to pasture relic huh?  Much work remains to be done though.

Stay safe.

From:  http://newsflavor.com/politics/us-politics/white-house-insider-obamas-rage-over-netanyahu-meeting-what-the-f-ck-was-that/#ixzz1PA0NdTKF

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Only 17% of Americans View Obama As Strong, Decisive Military Leader

March 24, 2011

Only 17 percent of Americans see President Barack Obama as a strong and decisive military leader, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll taken after the United States and its allies began bombing Libya.

 

Nearly half of those polled view Obama as a cautious and consultative commander-in-chief and more than a third see him as indecisive in military matters.

 

Obama was widely criticized in 2009 for his months-long consultations with senior aides and military chiefs on whether to send more troops to Afghanistan. Critics called it dithering, but he said such a big decision required careful deliberation. He eventually dispatched 30,000 more troops.

 

But Obama is facing mounting discontent among opposition Republicans and from within his own Democratic Party over the fuzzy aims of the U.S.-led mission in Libya and the lack of a clearly spelled-out exit strategy for U.S. forces.

 

If the Libya mission becomes a foreign policy mess, mixed with perceptions Obama is a weak military leader, it could spell trouble for him in the 2012 presidential election.


Kissinger: Obama-messiah primed to create ‘New World Order’

January 29, 2009

obama-o-symbol-made-by-handsPoor old Kissinger.  He’s been waiting for a “New World Order” so long now, he’s willing to take any version of it he can get. 

 

The problem is that Obama-messiah’s version of the “New World Order” is no different from Russia or China’s version.  It is the New World Order based upon the communist, rather than the capitalist, model. 

 

That means we’ll be hearing all kinds of stuff about “economic justice” (i.e., taking from those who worked for it, and giving  to those who didn’t)…”social change” (i.e., special rights for minorities and those who engage in aberrant behavior; restriction of rights – particularly free speech rights – on Christians and conservatives)…”community responsibility” (i.e., gun control laws; government micromanagement of your life)…and “environmental consciousness” (i.e., government micromanagement of your energy usage, rationing, scarcity of goods, learning to do without, learning to live with more than one family per household, etc.). 

 

You’ve heard all of the stories about how bad things are in communist countries.  Now you’re going to get to experience it first-hand in your own. 

 

— Spencer

  

Kissinger: Obama primed to create ‘New World Order’

http://www.worldnetdaily.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=85442

 

Policy guru says global upheaval presents ‘great opportunity’

 

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Posted: January 06, 2009

9:07 pm Eastern

 

By Drew Zahn

© 2009 WorldNetDaily

 

Conflicts across the globe and an international respect for Barack Obama have created the perfect setting for establishment of “a New World Order,” according to Henry Kissinger, the Nobel Peace Prize winner and former secretary of state under President Nixon.

 

Kissinger has long been an integral figure in U.S. foreign policy, holding positions in the Nixon, Ford and Reagan administrations. Author of over a dozen books on foreign policy, Kissinger was also named by President Bush as the chairman of the Sept. 11 investigatory commission.

 

Kissinger made the remark in an interview with CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street” hosts Mark Haines and Erin Burnett at the New York Stock Exchange, after Burnett asked him what international conflict would define the Obama administration’s foreign policy.

 

Read “Hope of the Wicked,” where author Ted Flynn reveals the greatest deception in modern history – corporations, foundations and governments converging to bring about a New World Order.

 

“The president-elect is coming into office at a moment when there is upheaval in many parts of the world simultaneously,” Kissinger responded. “You have India, Pakistan; you have the jihadist movement. So he can’t really say there is one problem, that it’s the most important one. But he can give new impetus to American foreign policy partly because the reception of him is so extraordinary around the world. His task will be to develop an overall strategy for America in this period when, really, a new world order can be created. It’s a great opportunity, it isn’t just a crisis.”