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Thursday, September 01, 2011

Obama's 'Jewish outreach' director

I'm sure you'll all be shocked to hear that President Obama has chosen one of the most divisive people possible to be his 'Jewish outreach director' for the 2012 campaign.
Double standards are routine to NJDC and Mr. Forman, who in 2007 condemned Mitt Romney for appearing at the Henry Ford Museum. "Mitt 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," Forman said regarding Ford's publication of anti-Semitic material that he later retracted and repudiated. Mr. Forman and NJDC were therefore eager to call Mitt Romney out for associating with a long-dead ex-anti-Semite but they were nowhere to be seen or heard when Mr. Obama and other Democrats posed arm-in-arm with a live and unrepentant one (Al Sharpton) in 2007.

The National "Jewish" Democratic Council therefore has its own long track record of falsehoods and, to use its favorite accusation against others, "smears." It acquired most of this track record on Mr. Forman's watch. The history of Mr. Obama's new "Jewish outreach coordinator" must therefore be made very clear to Jewish voters as frequently as possible before next year's election.

As a side note, Mr. Forman just went on record as saying that Barack Obama deserved the Nobel Peace Prize. The Nobel Peace Prize has become a sick joke during the past years, noting that the committee passed over Irena Sendler, a Pole who risked her life to save more than 2,500 Jews from the Nazis, in favor of the self-serving and self-enriching global warming charlatan Al Gore. NJDC naturally gave this a pass as well; after all, what has Irena Sendler done for the Democrat left lately, if ever?
It gets worse: Read the whole thing. Campaign 2012 is going to be a nasty affair, unless the Republicans nominate another John McCain who decides not to take the campaign seriously.

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