Thursday, November 18, 2010

Did GOP's Cantor Cross Line on Israel?

By Lawrence Davidson
November 18, 2010

Zionists of all stripes incessantly complain about anti-Semitism. They tell us that it is on the rise and that is why Israel is so important.

Read on.


gregorylkruse said...

Mr. Cantor doesn't seem like the brightest candle on the menorah. I don't know if he is one of those who want all the Jews to go to Israel so that Jesus can return to torture and kill all the liberals, but considering what we have been hearing lately by the wingnuts running for office here, anything is possible. We don't know what will happen in the next minute, let alone the next 100 years, but surmizing from history, we know there is a possiblity that some powerful group could arise and start making the world safe for their descendants by impoverishing and eliminating the undesireables such as anybody who is not connected by umbilical cord to the multinational corporations. Who they start with we don't know, but it seems inevitable that they come after the Jews eventually.

Anonymous said...

It is not anti-semitism to openly
critiicize the official government
policies of Israel. The Israeli
newspapers are filled with letters
in opposition to Netanyahu,illegal
construction of settlements in the West Bank-an Israel Militar
occupied territory and to Israel
treatment of Palestinians, and to
the possible conversion of Israel
to a Jewish Nation.

Oso Politico said...

Davidson's article is spot on, clear and concise.

Anonymous said...

With Quislings like Davidson, Jews don't need enemies.