I’m tired of pussy-footing around calling Obama merely dishonest, stupid, feral, leftist, etc. Let’s call it like it is: the man is evil.
Only an evil man would say this (emphasis mine):
There are times where I as President of the United States am going to have different tactical perspectives than the Prime Minister of Israel and that is understandable. Because Israel cannot contract out its security in light of the history that the people of Israel understand all too well… But ultimately it is my view, from a tactical perspective, that we have to test out this proposition. It will make us stronger internationally, and it may possibly lead to a deal.
On its face, that statement looks merely stupid, but just the slightest bit of analysis reveals that it is a statement by a man who is morally corrupted to the point of evil. Let me explain:
Israel has been America’s friend for decades. Iran has been remarkably clear that, when it achieves full nuclear weapon status, it will obliterate Israel. The apocalyptic strain of Shiite Islam that Iran practices is comfortable with the idea of a nuclear holocaust, especially because most of the Muslims in the line of fire are Sunnis, who are Shiites’ ancient enemies.
When seen through the reality spectrum, as opposed to the evil spectrum, Israel and America should have identical interests. Israel wants to survive. And America, as Israel’s longstanding friend, should want Israel to survive, just as America, as a humanist nation, shouldn’t want to see a huge swath of the Middle East vanish under mushroom-shaped clouds.
So what does Obama say? He says, big-hearted guy that he is, that he understands that Israel and America will have “different tactical perspectives.” And yeah, sure he also vaguely gets that Israelis don’t want to be destroyed en masse. When push comes to shove, though, who cares about the Israelis’ survival instinct. It’s much more important that Obama gets a chance “to test out this proposition [letting Iran go nuclear].”
That is bad enough on its face, but please keep in mind that Obama is manifestly undeterred by the fact that every single proposition he’s tested out thus far has failed: his economic propositions have failed, his healthcare propositions are failing in a way that could bring down the U.S. economy, his Arab Spring propositions have failed, his foreign policy propositions have failed — everything he touches fails.
That global failure leads to one of two conclusions: He’s pathologically stupid, which I no longer believe; or all these failures are intentional, which makes him evil. Moreover, once one adds this new Iranian “test proposition” to Obama’s list of known failures, you pretty much have proof of my theorem: Obama is an evil man, QED.
Hat tip: Gateway Pundit