Incompetent superflack Ronn [sic] Torossian thinks Israel should kill "a thousand Arabs for every one Jew they kill," which may be why he would never have a terrorist, or Barack Obama (related???) as a client.

The Jerusalem Post was somehow seduced into believing that Ronn is a respectable businessman and published a long interview with him. It is comical, as one would expect:

But money - which the Bronx boy-turned-Manhattanite admits to considering important - isn't the only thing he's after. Indeed, he insists, he's got strict red lines when it comes to clientele. The notorious Ponzi schemer Bernard Madoff, for example, whom he likens to a "mass murderer," is someone he claims he never would have represented. Ditto for terrorists or others out to harm Israel.

On the other hand, he does admire the PR prowess of some of the above, citing Al Jazeera TV as one example, and US President Barack Obama - whom he calls "a disaster" - as another.

"I don't think Obama is good for America and business," sez Ronn! These "strict red lines," though, do not preclude Ronn from having pyramid schemes or psycho pastor John Hagee or Joe Francis as clients. The other relevant thing that Ronn says in this interview:

It's true that many people in the business world today make public statements that bear little resemblance to reality.