An incensed Lt Col. Ralph Peters (Ret.) verbally pummeled Obama and the Democrats mercilessly yesterday in a couple of appearances on Fox News. Unable to hide his disgust and contempt for their reaction to Prime Minister Netanyahu’s speech before Congress, Tuesday morning, he likened them to “bitchy high school girls” in an appearance on America’s Newsroom.
As captured by the Washington Free Beacon:
Later in the day, he was on Fox Business with Stuart Varney, repeating an assertion he has made in recent days that the Regime has already accepted that Iran will get the bomb and create a new hegemony in the Middle East. They are just hoping that the first blast happens on someone else’s watch.
“This is a president who just doesn’t like Israel,” Peters explained.
Varney challenged Peters on that point, saying, “you said it right out loud. Obama will sacrifice Israel. That’s a remarkable thing to say!”
But Peters exclaimed, “no it is not! It’s not. Stuart, it’s NOT remarkable!”
He added, “I’m tired of everyone in Washington pussy-footing around every issue.” He argued that people are too worried about their next promotion etc.
“I believe in my heart and soul — if Israel disappeared from the face of the earth tomorrow, Obama would not shed a single tear. He regards Israel as an obstacle – not an ally.”
He later compared Obama’s politics to Onanism.
“We’ve got a president who’s obsessed with himself. I mean this is the most politically onanistic president imaginable and we live in very, very dangerous times.” (For those of you in Rio Linda, Peters just called Obama’s politics masturbatory – a very apt description IMO.)
“And yesterday we saw a leader,” Peters continued. “and immediately after that leader spoke (Benjamin Netanyahu) we have President Obama just go into a – a – a – hissy-fit snit. Now compare the two men. My God, where is our Netanyahu?”
Via The Times of Israel, a member of the Iranian Regime uses many of the same propaganda points as the Obama Regime in an interview with NBC.
Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif acknowledged that his country seeks the annihilation of the “Netanyahu regime” but denied that it seeks to wipe out Israel.
In an NBC interview on Wednesday, Zarif finessed a series of questions raised by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in his speech to Congress Tuesday, including over Iranian supreme leader Ali Khamenei’s tweet last year urging the annihilation of Israel, and about his own laying of a wreath at the grave of Imad Mughniyeh, the arch-Hezbollah terrorist responsible for the killings of hundreds of Americans.
Zarif said Netanyahu had been fanning “hysteria” since 1992 with the claim that Iran was two years from the bomb. “Once this fear mongering is out, then we can have a deal,” he said. Zarif also denied stalling the IAEA’s efforts to probe alleged nuclear weapons work. He spent much of the extensive interview castigating Israel for a series of alleged vicious crimes, while insisting on Iran’s tolerant and peaceful nature.
It becomes increasingly difficult to tell them apart.