The Tea Party Movement that is doing its best to change the political landscape in America (don't rest on your laurels after Tuesday folks...you've got a tiger by the tail putting the Republicans back in power...the new boss is the same as the old boss unless we keep the pressure on) has turned up in the one place in the world that may be suffering from Obamanism almost as much as the good ol' U.S. of A...Israel.
Since taking office the Jew Hater in Chief has made it known that he believes that Israel only exists as a reward to the Jews for surviving the Holocaust, not because it has been the homeland of the Jewish people for almost 4000 years. He has made it clear that he wants Israel to give up the heartland of the Jewish people to the Falacstinian terrorists whose TV, radio, newspapers and schools have already raised the next generation of Jew haters, and is now pushing the ludicrous notion that we should cede Judea and Samaria to these genocidal murderers and then lease our neighborhoods and cities, including Jerusalem, from the them.
Well, it seems that Israelis are so fed up that the have embraced the Tea Party, and threw their first. Hosted by former and current members of the Likud, the Israeli tea party is sending a message to Odummy that Israel is a sovereign nation that holds its own elections. The people voted for a party whose platform is against the creation of an Arab state on Jewish land, against freezing construction of Jewish communities, and they don't want some big eared, pencil-necked moron who couldn't even manage to write one article for the Law Review that he supposedly edited, telling them where they can live or how many babies they can have (by the way Zero, it appears that in the past six months the Jewish population in Yesha has grown by 7200, three times the national average in all of Israel...I bet that really chaps what little ass you have).
The Israeli Tea Party is also making it known to Bibi that it would be in his best interests to stop taking dictation for Little Lord Fraudleroy, whose hate by Israelis is nearly universal, and remember why he and his party were elected in the first place.
Welcome to the Tea Party Israel. The water's fine.
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