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Bibi, but no king?

Leslie Brown

As a teacher, I have heard some pretty lame excuses for missing homework, but the Obama Administration’s excuse for not meeting with Netanyahu in March is even lamer than that of a fifth grader. Oh yeah, this Administration is no smarter than a fifth grader.

The excuse, now dig this….

Spokeswoman Bernadette Meehan said Thursday that in keeping with “long-standing practice and principle,” the president does not meet with heads of state or candidates in close proximity to their elections. Israel is scheduled to hold elections on March 17.

Seriously? Are you effing KIDDING ME? Someone from the cess-pool of the Chicago Machine who took untold millions in foreign dollars, doesn’t want to “influence” Israel’s upcoming election?

I can’t make this stuff up! Well, I guess I could make up some stuff about what Obama will be doing to hide himself while a real leader is around……

1)Hide under desk and ponder the stain on the rug which strangely appeared after the Clinton Administration

2)Go golfing. Duh.

3)Attend a political fundraiser.

4)Ring up Reggie Love.

5)Ask Iranian-born Valerie Jarrett what he should do.

6)Go skeet shooting with Joe Biden.

7)Harass elderly veterans at the WWII memorial.

8)Take some illegals for a tour of the White House.

9)Stare at himself in the mirror.

10)Make another riveting workout video.

Netanyahu is everything Obama is not, and has a couple of items he lacks. I’ll leave it to you guys to figure out what those two items are.

Thank you for sharing Esther Hart.
http://www.timesofisrael.com/in-snub-obama-wont-meet-netanyahu-during-us-visit/

Pelosi is none-too-keen that Congress wants to host Netanyahu.

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