4% of Israelis are fools

 The Jerusalem Post offers up some startling poll numbers.

7 Responses to 4% of Israelis are fools

  1. James Nasium says:

    Obama’s reputation among Israelis SHOULD be in the tank. He bowed to the Saudi king, who refuses to recognize Israel; immediately after being inaugurated as President of the U.S. he made contact with Holocaust denier Mahmoud Abbas; his Cairo speech effusively praised Islam; he erroneously stated we but have more Muslims residing in the United States and are neither a Christian nor a Jewish nation, (we are a nation based on Judeo-Christian biblical ethics and values); Obama sat for years in the anti-white, anti-Semitic church headed by Jeremiah Wright; he has a warm association with Jesse Jackson who called New York “Hymietown,” and Nation of Islam leader, Louis Farrakhan who called Judaism a “gutter religion.” The list goes on and on.

    Why there would even be 4% who give him a pass is the real mystery.

  2. Kara Leighton says:

    Forget the Israelis. What I have never understood is American Jews voting for this Marxist. Isn’t that what many of their forebearers fled?

  3. Army Of One says:

    Strange but true: Jewish Americans voted for Obama by a nearly 80% margin. If anyone can figure THAT craziness out, I’m all ears.

  4. John Q. Public says:

    Dennis Prager is a politically conservative radio talk show host who is also Jewish. He often speaks on, and has written extensively about, the bizarre issue of Jewish Americans being in the taken-for-granted-pocket of liberal democrats.
    This is part V of a series on the subject. It might answer some questions.

    http://dennisprager.townhall.com/columnists/DennisPrager/2006/04/25/explaining_jews,_part_v_why_are_jews_liberal

  5. Stanford says:

    JQP,
    I read the Prager link you provided. Thanks.

    While it is instructive (I’m going to find the other ones in his series), it still doesn’t fully explain why Jewish voters so often vote against their own best interests. The Democrat party might have resonated with their great-grandfathers, but should have little relevance for them today.

    I’ve had this conversation with the (all too) few Republican Jewish friends I have (most are committed Dems) and they are also frustrated by this strange behavior.

  6. Erin Bailey says:

    We heard this today on the noon program (960 AM) of MERF(Middle East Radio Forum). Great program that gives you the truth about what is happening in the Middle East, without being filtered through our treacherous media.
    Glad that most are seeing the light, but is it too little, too late?

  7. sherriaz says:

    Hopefully American Jews will see the light: the next campaign cycle will soon be upon us. If they vote again for BHO, they should not be surprised to see the complete collapse of any official American support for Israel. They may also see greater numbers of Muslim “refugees”, mosques on every corner and Hadassas in every neighborhood.