…but does he even realize it? I mean seriously, he came off looking so pompous and arrogant that I don’t even think he knows what happened to him. This was DEFINITELY a segment worthy of O’Reilly’s body language expert, Tonya Reiman. As you watch this whole video (I know it’s long, but it’s so worth it), keep an eye on Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu’s body language and see if you don’t see the same thing I did. I would say he’s really offended by Gregory’s lack of knowledge on the Palestinian/Israeli situation, but that would be offensive on MY part because Netanyahu is way too smart to even acknowledge this pleeb and his arguments.
Here’s a portion of the transcript that is particularly telling of the mood:
MR. GREGORY: So I’m, I’m not making a judgment, I, I’m simply kind of reading where we are. Let, let me ask you this question, Israel is arguably as isolated as it’s ever been in the midst of Arab spring. Turkey has turned against you, the Arab world has moved away from dictators who supported Israel, had peace treaties with Israel, and is now more negative towards Israel. In this day and age, at this particular moment, despite Israel’s well-known and substantial security concerns, how can you occupy Palestinian territory at this moment?
On Meet the Press this weekend, David Gregory interviewed Newt Gingrich about his presidential run. One of the things he tried to pin on him was that he was racist because he said Obama has presided over an economy where 47% of Americans are on food stamps, and that the ultime run would be about paycheck vs. foodstamps.
Then if that wasn’t enough, E.J. Dionne in the panel discussion went one further – Newt said we need to follow the economic policies of Texas, not Detroit. We all know what a miserable failure Detroit has been, do we not? Well, apparently to E.J. Dionne, Detroit is code-word for “Motown,” which OBVIOUSLY makes Newt even more racist.
Now I’m no huge fan of Newt, but folks, this is just a preview of coming attractions. ALL those who oppose Obama’s policies or positions are going to be called “raaaaacists” for it. Let’s hope this outs those in the race-pimp industry for who they are – demagogues for Obama.
Wow! I think I’ve just seen a future President in this interview. And no, it’s not David Gregory. David kept trying to trip Marco up, but he was too deft for that. It appeared to me that Gregory was trying to make Rubio say something he would regret, but there was no chance of that. Marco is dead-on with his assessments, and you can tell he has the courage of his convictions. Watch the future President of the United States, Marco Rubio, win this round over Gregogry.
Yesterday saw the continuation of the tired effort by the MSM and the progressives, comparing the Tea Party movement to Timothy McVeigh bombing the Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City in 1995. This is so outrageous and unbelievable, but I suppose these same leftists conveniently forget about the movie made about the assassination of President Bush and all the other crap the left did during the his administration.
On Meet the Press, David Gregory compared Michele Bachmann’s using the term “gangster government” to the actions of Timothy McVeigh. I’m an Okie myself, and lived through that event. Believe me there is NOTHING even close in comparison between these two events or movements. Gregory is way off base and should be called out on it; as should the rest of the politicians and public figures who are using that equivalency to bolster their own views.
I guess if you can’t explain the Tea Party movement, you must resort to using the most vile things with which to compare it. Lame… really lame.