January 27, 2012 journal, the title of this communication is if the devil take out the devil Who said to do What. Quoting an article by Joe Sterling of CNN News January 21, 12 Jewish newspaper article catches the secret services eye. Where are the U.S.-based Mossad agents? Is this sending a message or threat to the president to help whack Iran? "The U.S. Secret Service is looking into a controversial column by an Atlanta Jewish newspaper publisher that mulled the assassination of an American president. Andrew Adler, owner and publisher of the Atlanta Jewish Times, wrote a January 13 column about the threat of Iran to Israel. He posed three options for the Jewish state to counter the Iranian regime. One of them called for a "hit on a president in order to preserve Israeli existence." "Give the go-ahead for U.S. based Mossad agents to take out a president deemed unfriendly to Israel in order for the current vice president to take his place and forcefully dictate that the United States' policy includes its helping the (false) Jewish state obliterate its enemies." (One of their loose cannons revealed the truth of their intentions.) http://articles.cnn.com/2012-01-21/us/us_jewish-president-threat_1_jewish-state-atlanta-jewish-times-column?_s=PM:US U.S. Secret Service spokesman George Ogilvie told CNN Saturday, "We are aware of it. We are taking the appropriate investigative steps." Adler could not be reached for comment, but the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, a wire service for Jewish newspapers in North America, quoted Adler on Friday as saying "I very much regret it. I wish I hadn't made reference to it at all." Adler, who said he has gotten a lot of flak for the column said he would issue an apology in the next edition of the weekly newspaper, the JTA reported. The column, entitled "What would you do?" doesn't mention President Barack Obama's name, but U.S. Jewish groups that strongly denounced the column read the words as a reference to Obama himself. The column also refers to the administration's "never ending 'Alice in Wonderland' belief that diplomacy is the answer," an apparent dig at the Obama White House's foreign policy efforts at dialogue with such countries as Iran. "The suggestion by anyone, in this case a Jewish newspaper publisher, that Israel should consider assassinating President is shocking beyond belief," said Dov Wilker, director of the American Jewish Committee in Atlanta. "While we acknowledge Adler's apology, we are flabbergasted that he could ever say such a thing in the first place. How could he even conceive of such a twisted idea?" said Wilker. "... Adler surely owes immediate apologies to President Obama, as well as to the State of Israel and his readership, the Atlanta Jewish community." The White House declined to comment Saturday on the column. Abraham H. Foxman, the national director of the Anti-Defamation League, said Adler's "lack of judgment as a publisher, editor columnist raises serious questions as to whether he's fit to run a newspaper." Imagine this happening away down south in Bible Belt of America! --Forwarded Message Attachment--From: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: J-ws ass. plot-Date: Sun, 22 Jan 2012 23:35:05 -0500 http://www.cnn.com/2012/01/21/us/jewish-president-threat/index.html Paul E. Lawrence In-If Satan cast out Satan then how shall his Kingdom stand? If anyone else had made this statement other than a Zionist they would be immediately in jail.