Shortly after it became apparent that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his Likud Party had survived a close election and would retain power over the nation's government, the New York Times released a scathing editorial criticizing Netanyahu for going ugly and utilizing racism and anti-Palestine sentiment to energize far-right Israeli voters.
Although warmonger Netanyahu does want America to wage war against Iran on Israel's behalf, he had a different motivation to save his job as Israel's leader.
Bibi is pulling out all the stops in a last-ditch effort to stave off the possibility of an embarrassing result at the polls on Tuesday.
Republicans hope to paint Democrats as "anti-American" "Nazis" if they don't attend Netanyahu's speech, but President Obama has done more for Israel's security than any other president.
Obviously Boehner is frustrated that he has been outplayed and out-maneuvered at every turn by the President, and lacking the wherewithal to take on the President himself, he marshaled support and conspired with a foreigner, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, to "defy and humiliate President Obama."
Netanyahu's Ambassador Ron Dermer figured Super Bowl Sunday was a great day to kick sand in the President's face by tweeting "Breaking Protocol, Choosing Sides: Go Patriots.
Now, it is apparently official that the Republican National Committee is closely-aligned with an official hate group according reports the RNC is accepting an all-expenses paid trip to Israel despite rightful criticism from the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) and an Israeli newspaper.
House Democrats accused Speaker Boehner of undermining the President's foreign policy and inviting a foreign leader to influence United States policy.
Boehner has enlisted a foreign corporation (TransCanada), the Canadian Prime Minister, and a foreign energy department to put pressure on America, and particularly its President, to approve construction of a pipeline Canada is well aware is an environmental and ecological disaster.
President Obama is right; Iraq can secure their own country's future" and "fight for their own country" against ISIS.
On Tuesday, an op-ed written by President Obama appeared in Haaretz, Israel's oldest newspaper. This op-ed comes as tensions between Israelis and Palestinians are extremely high.
'How should we honour her? Let's privatise her funeral,' Loach said. 'Put it out to competitive tender and accept the cheapest bid. It's what she would have wanted.'