If you have been around for a while (not everyone has) and been paying attention too (most people don’t) it is not unusual to see very critical press towards Presidents regarding unrelated issues when having a public squabble with Israel or AIPAC or both.
It is true the timing is coincidental but Bush Sr. went from having the highest approval rating of a sitting president ever to not being able to get
elected a year later after he vetoed Israeli Loan Guarantees in Congress for Housing in the West Bank.
I am not fan or supporter of Obama nor was I for Bush Sr., but the truth is once he ran afoul of the AIPAC crowd late into his term the press never
cut him a bit of slack on anything and if a school crossing guard dropped a sign somewhere it would show up on the News as being Bush Sr.’s fault.
Cafferty himself by the way is a pompous and arrogant technocrat who was touting Obama as the greatest thing since sliced bread during the election
despite the fact that anyone who had taken a few hours to read the 123 failed attempts Obama made to author a bill in the United States Senate could
have easily determined why his Senate colleagues never cosponsored them and none were voted into law. They man is tragically under qualified and
simply a marketed media sensation thanks to fools like Cafferty.
There is likely a hidden agenda here, and look for this press to either continue in bad ways for Obama if he keeps challenging Israeli ambitions or to
get better for him if he backs down.
There are patterns to look for and patterns that can be spotted at times.