Jewish Journal

Iranian.com: Obama will take care of his Jewish ‘homies’

by Brad A. Greenberg

January 30, 2009 | 1:59 pm

If you can excuse the hilarious diction and syntax, this post from Iranian.com, which fed into my Google Reader under an RSS I have for “Jews and money,” is an entertaining read. It’s all about Jewish power and the way MOTs use all that money they make.

Read on if you are looking for a good laugh. Here’s what the Iranian.com writer said:

This poor guy Obama hasn’t been in the office for quite a week yet and know it all Iranians (I am at the top of this list by the way) are spewing theories on how he will now put Israel in its place and fix everything; because his middle name is Hussein.

I got news for you (likes of poster Jaleho); it cost close to $750 million to put Obama in the White House starting with the primaries and continuing on to his one on one with McCain.

According to available estimates (google this, its easy), 33-39% of this money came from Jews; either individual small contributors, or fund raisers in Hollywood and NYC.  There were so many $5,000 and $10,000 a plate fundraising events for Obama organized by Jews and Jewish organizations that make your heads spin.

Less than 7% at best and 2% by most estimates of contributions to Obama was from Muslims and Arabs.  Of course a lot of this was due to the fact that Obama probably did not want $ from this group for obvious reasons.

So, no matter what is Obama’s personal thoughts and feelings on the Arab-Israeli issue, he has to take care of the homies who helped put him in office; he has to be especially “kind” to them during his first term.

Have no misunderstandings; Obama will side with the Jews 9 times out of 10.  Not that the Jews are on the side of right, but because they know how to work within the system.

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