Obama’s Limo ‘The Beast’ breaks down in Israel on historic visit – his first since becoming President Comet To Soar Over Israel During Obama’s Visit

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President’s limo ‘The Beast’ breaks down in IsraelExpectant: Members of the Israeli military prepare for the President's arrival at Ben Gurion airport

President’s limo ‘The Beast’ breaks down in Israel

It can withstand biochemical attacks and a barrage of gunfire but apparently not a drop of diesel fuel.President Barack Obama’s customized Cadillac limousine often referred to as “The Beast” was photographed on the back of a flat-bed hauler in Israel today. Israeli press is reporting someone mistakenly filled the vehicle with diesel fuel, which caused the breakdown.The Times of Israel reports:“The Americans filled it up with diesel, rather than petrol,” reports Channel 2 — stressing that it was the Americans, not the Israelis.Unsurprisingly, the car wouldn’t start.The president, visiting Israel today, was not in the limo when it broke down. The car was waiting at the airport to take the president to his various stops around the country. Organizers reportedly just learned of the malfunction before the president arrived. A replacement vehicle is being brought in from Jordan

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There have been recent calls for a national Mental Health Registry, and then additional calls to link such a registry to gun licensing. In the dreadful wake of Newtown, both the left and the right and the current US federal administration are demanding that we tighten mental health statutes to make it easier and even mandatory for health care providers including psychiatrists and psychotherapists to incarcerate people on suspicion of perpetrating violence.

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