Carolyn Glick’s words should be used by Obama victims everywhere || By Judi McLeod


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The words Jerusalem Post columnist Caroline Glick used to answer Barack Hussein Obama’s threats that he would warn Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that time is running out for Israel to reach a peace agreement with the Palestinians: “I think Obama needs to realize that he is not scaring us”  are the very words Obama victims everywhere need to hurl back at him.

“He says, beware and we say, ‘Bring it on. We aren’t afraid of you’, Glick told Breitbart News on Sunday.

Threatening Israel could be Obama’s cover for failing in Ukraine.

Like most double crossing bullies, Obama only goes after those he perceives as vulnerable.

Tiny Israel has been standing up for itself from the get-go and is surviving against the anti-Israel activist movement that calls itself the Palestinians.

Israel is the nation it is because it is blessed with the courage of thousands of Caroline Glicks.

Obama is milquetoast weak in the Russian invasion of Ukraine and vengeful to Israel only because he thinks he can get away with it.

But the image the mainstream media paints for him is starting to wobble like jelly.

The masses are aware that the tides always wash away his red lines in the sand and know it is Obama who plans to bring the US military back to pre World War 11 status, not President Vladimir Putin’s Red Army.

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3 thoughts on “Carolyn Glick’s words should be used by Obama victims everywhere || By Judi McLeod

  1. And a fitting battle cry for these times…!!!!!
    Btw, anyone remember what, specifically, the cry was in the leon uris book by that name Battle Cry)…???
    Dick
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