Kim Anderson (@TheMillionHeir) September 24, 2012
In his prickly 60 Minutes interview, the Bloviator-in-Chief had the audacity to accuse Israel of generating empty “noise” over its longstanding concerns with Iran’s nuclear capabilities.
Here’s the video:
Overwhelming response? Disgust and disbelief:
The $64,000 question:
Obama labeled Israel's concern over Iran's nuclear program "noise." My dear Jewish friends, how can you possibly vote for Obama?—
Barbara Wanlass (@wanba) September 24, 2012
Dear Jewish voters who care about Israel, how can you vote in good conscience for a man who dismisses the Iranian nuclear threat as "noise?"—
Ken Gardner (@kesgardner) September 24, 2012
The bottom line:
One major difference between Romney and Obama: Romney thinks Israel's concerns about Iran are legitimate. Obama thinks they're 'noise.'—
Kevin Eder (@keder) September 24, 2012
When in trouble, look for a squirrel. Quick!
Naturally, Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad agrees Israel’s concerns are “noise.”
Ahmadinejad told the Washington Post:
“We, generally speaking, do not take very seriously the issue of the Zionists and the possible dangers emanating from them,” he said early in the interview. “Of course, they would love to find a way for their own salvation by making a lot of noise and to raise stakes in order to save themselves. But I do not believe they will succeed.”