"It’s downright sad that on a day when we learned that 51,000 Americans lost their jobs, a candidate for the presidency is spending all of his time and the powerful platform he has on these sorts of juvenile antics. Senator McCain can keep telling everyone how ‘proud’ he is of these political stunts which even his Republican friends and advisors have called ‘childish’, but Barack Obama will continue talking about his plan to jumpstart our economy by giving working families $1,000 of immediate relief."
I call the act of a man writing a prayer on a piece of paper and placing it in Westen Wall and supposely having it stolen as juvenile antics.
Frankly, when all of this started, I got suspicious. No one retrieved McCain's prayer note when he visited there in March. In fact, I can't remember any public figure's prayer being published.
Obama spokesman Bill Burton flatly denied the contention that Obama's prayer, in the form of a note slipped into the Wailing Wall, was "approved for publication."
"That didn't happen," he said in an email. "We have neither confirmed nor denied the prayer to anyone."
This in apparent response to the claim of the publishing newspaper, Ma'ariv, that "Barack Obama's note was approved for publication in the international media" before Obama even arrived at the Wall.
What a conniving little weasel BHO is. He did this to gain favor in the Jewish community. Nothing more...nothing less. Is this the kind on man we want in the White House calling the shots.
I THINK NOT!!!
"You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you can not fool all of the people all of the time." - Attributed to Abraham Lincoln