Using Jewish sources, no less.
From John Podhoretz at Commentary:
"...the president clearly thinks peace is solely Israel’s to make, and
basically, Binyamin Netanyahu should listen to Obama’s mother and rip
off the band-aid:"
"One of the things my mom always used to tell me and I
didn’t always observe, but as I get older I agree with — is if there’s
something you know you have to do, even if it’s difficult or unpleasant,
you might as well just go ahead and do it, because waiting isn’t going
to help. When I have a conversation with Bibi, that’s the essence of my
conversation: If not now, when? And if not you, Mr. Prime Minister, then
(I guess that was when his mom was present, and not leaving him to be raised by his white grandparents and such...)
"Now that’s some chutzpah right there, because of course the president
is invoking the words of Hillel, the ancient Jewish sage, as a
rhetorical tool against the Israeli prime minister."
"Of course, Obama
leaves out the key words of Hillel’s famed plaint, which are: “If I am
not for myself, then who will be for me?”
"Israel must be for itself,
because there is almost no country left in the world that will be for
it; while the president says the American commitment to Israel is
“rock-solid,” clearly he does not believe it will necessarily be so in
the future…nor should it be."