FILE: Despite no evidence President Obama has any intentions at a Maryland golf club, some of its members have spoken, against his membership on the U. N. vote.
The local mayor and a member of the exclusive Maryland country club to keep the members of the preventive attempt, President Obama is also on his attitude towards Israel is well known that he stepped out on the controversy.
Jeffrey Slavin, the mayor of Montgomery County town of Somerset, said he could no longer belong to a community in Woodmont Country Club with such “intolerance”, The New York Post reported.
The Washington Post reported that some members of the historically-Jewish Association harassed by Obama’s recent decision to not vote on a U. N. resolution calling Israeli settlements criticize.
“[President Obama] has created a situation in the world where Israel’s existence is weakened and may be threatened”, a long-time member of Faith Goldstein wrote in the Dec. 26 E-Mail obtained by the Washington Post. “He is not welcome in Woodmont. His approval would be a storm that can destroy our club. “
There has been no official indication Obama plans to apply for membership in Woodmont, but he has played at least four rounds on the course during his presidency, and reports from last summer, Woodmont show would be his club of choice when he leaves the Oval Office.
The Washington Post reported that Slavin signed his E-Mail to the Association, “thanks for many happy memories” and cited “Lift Every voice and Sing”, with the words: “stay awake.”