Monday, October 06, 2008

Joe Lieberman, the Anti-Jew Jew

"Oh, there you go again, Joe"

Sarah Palin could just have well been talking about former Democrat Joe Lieberman, whose ability to contribute to the U.S. Senate will be called into question in a couple months, when he's kicked out of caucusing with the Dems, and has no committee seats at all.

First, he ties his power wagon to a presidential candidate who had ties to anti-Semitic organizations, going as far back as the early 1980s (Singlaub). Next, he campaigns with a woman who prefers not to leave sermons by preachers who espouse anti-Semitic sentiments.

Thanks to Joe Klein of Time Magazine for unearthing the truth:

"Leave aside the fact that The Embarracuda allowed herself to participate in a cermony that protected her from witchcraft, how about her presence--she didn't 'get up and leave'-- at a sermon by the founder of Jews for Jesus, who argued that the Palestinian terrorist acts against Israel were God's 'judgment' on the Jews because they hadn't accepted Jesus."

Man, I hope there's some YouTube of that awesomeness. (Oops, hey Sarah, you still want to talk about Reverend Wright? How's that mud feel now? Politics, south side Chicago style, yeah. Going up against Ted Stevens is Romper Room, you're in the big leagues, now.)

Goose, meet tha muthafuckin' gander. You may not have been a member of the Alaska Independence Party (AIP) personally (Toddy boy was), but you may wish you could secede yourself pretty soon.

And now, the champion of "fair and balanced" Sean Hannity, is relying on the most basest anti-Semites since the Nazis, to try to score cheap political points. As source material for an entirely illegitimate Fox "bio" on Obama, I'm not so sure you want to be supporting Andy Martin.

Who is Andy Martin? I think I'll let his own words describe his attitudes:

In a New York bankruptcy case, he referred to a judge as a "crooked, slimy Jew."

"I am able to understand how the Holocaust took place, and with every passing day feel less and less sorry that it did, when Jew survivors are operating as a wolf pack to steal my property."

When Martin was a political candidate, he claimed the purpose of his campaign was to "exterminate Jew power in America and impeach U.S. District Court of Appeals judges in New York City."

So, Joe, answer me this -- which would you rather denounce, 1) your abandonment of the Democratic party, 2) hitching your wagon to an erratic old man with poor judgment who consorts with anti-Semites, or 3) your Jewish faith. Or would you rather keep trying to piss on our heads and tell us its raining? You made your deal with the devil (um, I mean, McCain/Palin/Hannity), and he's coming to collect. Hope you enjoy your final four years in the Senate as a legislative eunuch.

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