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Those Wacky Dems, Criticize Wesley Clark for making Anti-Semitic Comments you get a hundred nasty emails.

You remind them that Bill Clinton had the Terrorist Arafat over to the White House more than any other foreign leader they tell you that was Bill not Hillary. Then they tell you that Hillary has a lot of foreign experience because she was part of her husband’s administration. Confused yet? OK So you say fine that was her foreign experience, so let’s talk about when she locked lips with Mrs. Arafat right after the terrorist’s wife accused Israel of poisoning Palestinian children. Oh that’s right they say she couldn’t understand what Mrs. Arafat was saying, OK…So she got her experience as part of her husband’s administration and that’s ok (despite the fact that she reacted to foreign speeches that she didn’t understand). So you try to remind the Dems that Hillary was the first member of any Administration to call for a Palestinian State, and they tell you that it was a long time ago (when she didn’t need support of NY Jewish voters). Are we following this?

OK so lets change the subject because Hillary is their sacred Icon and she can do NO wrong. How about other Democrats who are “Jewish Challenged” Why doesn’t the NJDC Blast them?

People like:

Congressman James “Jews control foreign policy” Moran (D-Va.)
John “I like Hezbollah” Dingell (D-Mich)

Or the Group who voted against a bill this past summer saying that Israel has a right to defend herself. Neil Abercrombie of Hawaii, John Conyers of Michigan, John Dingell of Michigan, Carolyn Kilpatrick of Michigan, Jim McDermott of Washington, Nick Rahall of West Virginia, and Pete Stark of California. In addition, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi removed her name as a co-sponsor of this important resolution because she didn’t want to be associated with it.

How come I never hear of the NJDC Blasting Hillary or Wesley or any of their cabal of “Jewishly” challenged representatives? But when Mitt Romney decides to make a Pro-Business declaration speech at the Ford Museum because the auto industry is badly in need of a solution….. WHAMMO! How could he do that? Why weren’t they praising Romney when he said the following at the Herzliya conference last month?

“The war in Lebanon demonstrated that Israel is facing a jihadist threat that runs through Tehran, to Damascus, to Gaza. Hizbullah are not fighting for the coming into being of a Palestinian state, but for the going out of being of the Israeli state”

Let me ask you NJDC people something: Do any of you own Fords? A German Car? An IBM Computer ? Have any of you ever taken your kids to a Disney Theme park or bought them a Mickey Mouse tie? Rented a Mel Gibson or Vanessa Redgrave DVD? Unless you can say no to all of these maybe you should worry about the growing Anti-Semitism in your own party. Maybe you should tell your leadership to disassociate itself with the Daily Kos…or Al Sharpton? Because if you don’t your critisizm of Romney is a little disingenuous.

Why must you be such a bunch of Hypocrites? I have beaten up Condy Rice because of some of her positions I have knocked some George Bush’s policies, maybe it time to put Tochis afn tish—-stop being a Democrat and start being an American, a Jewish one. Everything that comes out of a Democratic Mouth is not gold; everything that comes out of a Republican mouth is not Crap.

Jewish Group Blasts Mitt Romney for Choice to Hold Campaign Announcement at Henry Ford Museum
Fox News Monday , February 12, 2007

WASHINGTON — Republican Mitt Romney’s choice of a museum honoring auto pioneer Henry Ford as the site of his presidential announcement was strongly criticized Monday by Jewish Democrats, who noted Ford’s history of anti-Semitism. The former Massachusetts governor, who is scheduled to formally launch his presidential candidacy from the Henry Ford Museum in Detroit on Tuesday, was taken to task by The National Jewish Democratic Council. The council “is deeply troubled by Governor Romney’s choice of locations to announce his presidential campaign,” executive director Ira Forman said in a statement. “Romney has been traveling the country talking about inclusiveness and understanding of people from all walks of life,” Forman said. “Yet he chooses to kick (off) his presidential campaign on the former estate of a well-known and outspoken anti-Semite and xenophobe.” Forman said Romney’s “embrace of Henry Ford and association of Ford’s legacy with his presidential campaign raises serious questions about either the sincerity of Romney’s words or his understanding of basic American history.” Ford was bestowed with the Grand Service Cross of the Supreme Order of the German Eagle by Adolph Hitler Eric Fehrnstrom, a spokesman for Romney, said the candidate will go ahead with his announcement as planned. “Governor Romney believes our country needs to put innovation at the forefront if we are to ensure a stronger, safer and more prosperous America,” Fehrnstrom said. “The Ford Museum embodies that bold, innovative spirit.” Fehrnstrom noted that other political leaders have praised Ford in the past. He cited a 1999 speech on small business development in which former President Bill Clinton quoted Ford and praised the “power of enterprise and the strength of the human spirit” of American entrepreneurs.

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