Bibi Gets It Worse Than Gordon Brown

Great. We'll meet terrorist states without pre-conditions, but play hardball with our friends.
the meeting began with the president presenting a list of 13 demands to Netanyahu. These included a complete freeze on Jewish building in eastern Jerusalem. When Netanyahu did not immediately accede to this diktat, Obama left him saying he was going to go eat dinner with his wife and daughters. Netanyahu and his party were left to wait for over an hour for Obama’s return. The paper claims that as Obama left, he told the prime minister to consider “the error of his ways.” Yediot Ahronot reported that Obama merely said, “I’m still around. Let me know if there is anything new.”
A second brief meeting followed, which apparently consisted of the president restating his demands. As a punishment for Netanyahu’s failure to immediately bend to Obama’s ultimatum, there was no joint statement issued about the meeting and no press coverage of the visit. Friday’s Ma’ariv describes the scene thusly: “There is no humiliation exercise that the Americans did not try on the prime minister and his entourage. Bibi received in the White House the treatment reserved for the president of Equatorial Guinea.”
The Jerusalem Post is reporting that Obama wants an answer to his demands by Saturday so he can then present them to a meeting of the Arab League going on in Libya...
I thought we were going to be civil in cases of plain disagreement on policy? We have had this disagreement with Israel since the Clinton presidency. What gives the President the right to behave this way about it?

The President's character is tyrannical. He treats other free peoples with childish petulance, demanding his way and being swift to anger if he doesn't get it. And with those over whom we wield power, he smiles and bows with the condescension of the slavemaster. This is not the humble foreign policy we were promised: quite the opposite.