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Epic “bu**-hurt”

Leslie Brown

bu**-hurt: An inappropriately strong negative emotional response from a perceived personal insult. Characterized by strong feelings of shame. Frequently associated with a cessation of communication and overt hostility towards the “aggressor.”

Sorry y’all there’s just no more perfect term for Obama’s treatment of Netanyahu. Obama “cancelled” the party and the guests had the gall to go ahead and have it without him.

I mean, what did we expect from Obama? He’s the illegitimate child of Multiculturism and Affirmative Action, and we ignored every troubling aspect of his character and past, because we didn’t want to appear “raaacccciiist”.

Like petulant children, Obama and his crew treat any resistance to their agenda as unprovoked hostility, personally directed at Obama, and lash out personally at those who would resist their dubious and aggressive behavior.

Despite Obama’s persistent slighting of Israel, he simply will not let pass Netanyahu’s acceptance of House Speaker John Boehner’s invitation to speak before a joint session of Congress. It doesn’t matter that he refused to meet with Netanyahu, disingenuously citing concerns over interfering with the upcoming Israeli elections. Truth be told, he’d like nothing more than to interfere with those elections in an effort to unseat Netanyahu. In fact, unconfirmed news reports have circulated that an Obama political team is in Israel working on that very goal.

…This administration is so wrong about so many things, but sharing space at the top of that list are its willful ignorance in recognizing our enemies and its intentional mistreatment of our ally Israel.

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