Obama on Israel-Palestine conflict: US and Canada have arguments, too

At a news conference this morning, President Obama

“We can’t afford to have our kids in bed sleeping and suddenly a rocket comes through the roof,” the president said. “But my argument is even though both sides may have — uh — areas of strong disagreement, may be engaging in activities the other side considers to be a breach of tru — uh — good faith, we have to push through those things to try to — uh — get to an agreement.”

When describing the disagreements between Israel and Palestine, the president said, “The United States and Canada has arguments once in a while.”

Last I heard, Canada wasn’t lobbing rockets into children’s bedrooms in the middle of the night.

H/T The Washington Free Beacon.


6 thoughts on “Obama on Israel-Palestine conflict: US and Canada have arguments, too

  1. uselogic says:

    You know, after – UH – watching that video, you've got to think that even some liberal/progressive types must be questioning Obama's – UH – education credentials.

    Face it, libs, your guy may have won elections but….he's just not that bright.

  2. chico says:

    you believe this comparison,what ignorance

  3. chico says:

    believe this fool,you got to be kidding me

  4. paulette mcclain says:

    looks like his teleprompter wasn't working with all the stuttering and stammering he was doing

  5. Donna says:

    What an ignoramus!

  6. Holden Davison says:

    "The US and Canada has"! He never cared enough to learn English, I'd say.

    Obviously, he considers the Palestinians' POV and grievances meritorious and on a par with Israeli concerns for rockets being fired into childrens' bedrooms. This doesn't represent anywhere near a majority view of American citizens' POV. His view is sustainable only because he sides with Islamist goals of wiping Israel off the map. BHS' statements to the contrary (i.e., apparent friendliness toward Israel) are as much lies as his early statements about Obamacare being absolutely necessary to cover 47 million previously not covered (fewer will be covered), reducing health insurance costs by $2500, it not costing the government "one thin dime," and allowing everyone to keep their existing doctor. His mendacity just cloaks himself against criticism such that he can move forward with his more-heinous-than-imaginable plans!

    Impeach today!

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