Two Pictures Tell the Story

As our president abandons the United States long standing policy to support Israel, people in our country do not understand the consequences of his actions. When the president breaks ties with Israel and sides with the Muslim world for no apparent reason, our international standing and trust is lost. The following pictures show the leaders of Israel and the United States in their early twenties.

Mr. Netanyahu was an imposing figure then and today he is a world leader with credibility. It would be easy to attack the president based on this picture but there is no point: the people of the United States voted him into office on a premise of hope and change instead of reality. We did this to ourselves and continue to offer no resistance as the country dissolves into fiscal and moral bankruptcy.

At some point, you must stand up. The question becomes WHEN. Only cowards use the excuse that we will take back our country in the 2012 elections. Waiting for a savior who is a politician will only lead us down the same path that history has repeatedly shown us: the road to serfdom through tyranny.

David DeGerolamo

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1 Response to Two Pictures Tell the Story

  1. WNCPatriot says:

    I watched Prime Minister Netanyahu speak to Obama at the White House. His words carried the weight of his people on his shoulders. My daughter watched with me and thought the Prime Minster was nearly begging Obama for understanding and support.

    “The Egyptians could run to Egypt, the Syrians into Syria. The only place we could run was into the sea, and before we did that we might as well fight.” ~Golda Meir

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