Jewish Democrats all mad because of Ron Paul tribute at GOP convention on Tuesday
This is ironic as it gets. You have Jewish Democrats supporting the most anti-Israel president in the history of this country, and now they whine about a Ron Paul tribute at the GOP convention? At first when I heard about this Ron Paul tribute, I kind of scratched my heads. Paul supporters hate Mitt Romney with a passion, and despite the consequences of possibly electing the Marxist Obama for another disastrous term, they wouldn’t vote for Romney anyway. Yet now that these hypocritical Jewish Democrats are whining about the tribute, I’m not convinced that it was the right thing to do.
“It is extremely disturbing for so many Americans — especially American Jews — to see that the Republican Party will be honoring anti-Israel Representative Ron Paul at its convention next week, but it is not the least bit surprising,” David Harris, the president and CEO of the National Jewish Democratic Council, said in a statement.
“Throughout the campaign, every alarm bell possible has sounded signaling that Paul is a legitimate factor within the GOP — whether it was his ‘strategic partnership’ with Mitt Romney, his delegates winning multiple state party conventions, his former spokesman receiving a senior position at the RNC, or the legions of followers who turned out [to] cheer him on during debates. As these alarms were sounding, Jewish Republicans and other pro-Israel Republicans utterly failed to counter Paul’s influence. Now they will be sitting respectfully — or perhaps even applauding — while their Party honors one of the greatest opponents of the U.S.-Israel relationship on Capitol Hill.”
It’s even more funny that these same Jewish Democrat never said a word when Debbie Wasserman-Schultz’s staffers making Facebook posts about “Jewbags” and the “Jew Cash Money Team.”