Tips for Israel on how to gain access to Obama's Schedule
by Artemio Muniz on September 14, 2012 at 8:16 AM
I know Israel, I thought the office of the President was concerned with the most pressing issues of our day too. How dumb are we for thinking that the President of the United States would take the time to meet with you? However, it seems that we are simply misunderstanding the President and how he rolls. So let's learn from others and see if we can get you on his schedule.
Israel, perhaps you can follow the example of Las Vegas. Those guys had trouble getting on Obama's schedule; as a matter of fact, the President at one time recommended that all people take them off their schedules. "You can't go take a trip to Las Vegas or go down to the Super Bowl on the taxpayer's dime" is what the President said. Even Harry Reid, the President's Senatorial personal hitman, could not believe this, "Las Vegas is suffering through one of the highest unemployment rates in the country, and we cannot afford for the President to bring us down any further."
Now this is important Israel, write this down, guess who took your spot this week on Obama's schedule? Las Vegas! It seems Las Vegas is more important than you right now. Perhaps you should write some checks to his campaign. Put away the talk about nuclear holocausts, those comments on Iran-supported terrorism on you and our American interests across the world aren't helping. Even the United Nations' recent rebuke of Iran needs to be toned down a bit. This concern over Iran's recent research into atomic bombs is not going to help you. So what if Iran continues to mislead the entire world, priority number one is getting Obama elected. Focus! You don't want to end up like Mitt Romney, the media will come after you and the "timing" of your expressed concerns.
Okay, let's look at someone else who pushed you off Obama's schedule this month. The Muslim Brotherhood's member and Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi got in! I know it seems strange at first that Egypt, who Obama says “I don’t think that we would consider them an ally, but we don’t consider them an enemy,” would get a private meeting. Wow! I don't know to explain this one...