Netanyahu Treads Lightly

President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met at the White House on November 9th for two-and-a-half hours, their first face-to-face meeting in more than a year.

While their body language did not exactly exude warmth between the two leaders, they were said by officials on both sides to have conducted a “businesslike” and “cordial” meeting. If so, any such cordiality on Obama’s part would be a first, considering the long pattern of public disparagement of Netanyahu by members of Obama’s administration and by the president himself.

  • When Obozo has to meet with Netanyahu, I’ll bet Obozo’s blood pressure goes up.

    Imagine: Obozo the, unspoken, head Muslim of the world, and he has to (try) to be civil to the head Jew in the world.

    Imagine how much turmoil must be inside Obozo’s brainwashed Muslim mind.

  • Anyone who watches the video of the Bibi-Obama meeting can see for himself the nature of their relation. During his speech, Obama does not even once look at Bibi. During his speech, Bibi has the humble posture of someone who does not want to anger his powerful interlocutor, and constantly looks towards him.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      What if anything does Netanyahu have to fear from Obama?

      • The evil Muslim Obama can and does hurt Israel in countless ways.

        • dance…dancetotheradio

          Obama is a contemptible shit stain that Netanyahu accords the appropriate amount of respect.
          Bibi accords him the wary eye one would of a rattlesnake.

  • Maneki-neko

    Obama only cares about political elections, meeting Netanyahu was probably something he did to try and impress Jewish donors for the upcoming campaign.

  • Clausewitz

    I hope Bibi checked his back for knife wounds on the way out of the meeting room.

  • Norman_In_New_York

    In an earlier, more courtly age, Bibi’s conduct used to be called statesmanship. He is happy to ease Obama’s transition to the world’s golf courses.