Skip to comments.E-mailing the Jewish vote
Posted on 11/01/2004 4:30:11 PM PST by rmlew
In the wider war on terror, the choice is between negotiating with Bin Laden and Islamists and destroying them. I believe that the choice is obvious. We must support President Bush for the sake of Israel and America.
Below are a set of news articles and opinion pieces on these issues. Please read these and forward this e-mail to other Jewish voters. This election and these issues are too important to ignore.
Why I Can't Vote for John Kerry - Edward I. Koch http://www.newsmax.com/archives/articles/2004/9/1/35130.shtml
Kerry's false plan for peace http://www.townhall.com/columnists/charleskrauthammer/ck20041022.shtml
Kerry Step-son: Jewish Lobby Too Powerful http://newsmax.com/archives/ic/2004/10/31/115555.shtml
The Bush Reelection Imperative [Jewish Press (NYC) Endorses W!] http://www.jewishpress.com/news_article.asp?article=4302
JEWISH INGRATITUDE TOWARD GEORGE W. BUSH http://www.shmuley.com/index.php?section=article&id=115&PHPSESSID=ed04c0f66641fa6e5b0900c15dc37cf9
John Kerry and the Return of Intifada http://www.frontpagemag.com/Articles/ReadArticle.asp?ID=12487
'Beware of Kerry' ZOA Warns http://www.ourjerusalem.com/opinion/story/opinion20040307.html
International Arab media crusaded for Kerry and American Muslims are heeding their call http://www.jewishworldreview.com/1004/memri_arabs_for_kerry.php3
Will American Jews Vote With Arafat This Year? http://www.humaneventsonline.com/article.php?id=5436
Concentrate on folk who open their EMail more frequently than I do.
Hmm. You cited James Baker. Do you have any reference links where I can read more on that? It kinda surprised me. I've thought of him as being involved in negotiations between the two sides, but I have never thought of him as having an anti-Israeli interest?
He was, of course, saying *uck the American Jews. You can find references by the hundreds, likely thousands, by plugging the quote into google.
For what it's worth, Jimmy Carter said virtually the same thing at a March, 1980 meeting, If I get back in, I`m going to f--- the Jews
"Please forward to all Jewish voters you know."
I just did, and all but a few of the last few Jewish relatives/friends I was talking with have now cut me off.
Here's the sign they can put on their doors next passover:
"DEAR OSAMA, PLEASE BEHEAD ME LAST, I VOTED WITH THE MUSLIMS LIKE YOU TOLD ME!"
I got plenty of grief for spamming family and classmates.
I got an amusing response from a lesbian cousin. It seems that she does not quite understand that an Islamist victory would be worse than having her "marriage license" revoked.
If he, or Bush Sr. ever "recanted", let me know. Israel would trust him as they would Jimmy Carter. The distrust is deserved.
Perhaps some of they Muslim groups that endorsed W in 2000 thought he would have an anti-Israel foreign policy along the lines of his father's administration when James Baker was Secretary of State.
Was that due to political disagreements?
Well wouldn't a list of "gay marriages" be useful to the Islamists if they ever imposed dhimmitude on this country? I have never quite understood why "gay" activists are so anxious to document their sexual preference in the public record.
"Was that due to political disagreements?"
"Perhaps some of they Muslim groups that endorsed W in 2000 thought he would have an anti-Israel foreign policy along the lines of his father's administration when James Baker was Secretary of State."
Absolutely. And more like ALL OF THE MUSLIM GROUPS. Their anti-Jewish (and anti-Christian) fervor surpasses any thought they might have that America (under W's leadership) IS LIBERATING THEIR HOMELANDS. If America isn't helping them crush Israel, they couldn't care less.
"If he, or Bush Sr. ever "recanted", let me know. Israel would trust him as they would Jimmy Carter. The distrust is deserved."
Hmmm, looks like I have alot of catching up to do on the subject. I did just find out that a British FM once said back in the League of Nations days that the world would be better off if Israel would "just go away". Combine that with what you're telling me and I'd have to say I agree.
That's probably true. All with the exception of perhaps the Iraqi's in Michigan?
I've noticed that during this election most of those groups are going with Kerry mostly likely because they know he will sell out Israel to the UN faster the he will the US.
I still can't understand Netanyahu's opposition to the withdrawal, though I'm admittedly ingnorant on the subject. It seems withdrawal is the first step to formation of a Palestinian state. I see that as a good thing because once there is an officially recognized state of Palestine and they continue with their nonsense of terrorist attacks then an official declaration of war can be made. as it stands now that cannot be done, which is one of the reasons I believe that the PA doesn'r really want a nation-state of their own. they seem to find a way to sabotage peace agreements every time!
Like Neville Chamberlain at Munich.
SHARON's policy with the BUSH support seems to be successfull.
Terrorists strike have strongly decreased with the building
of the famous wall.
SHARON seems going on to achieve his plan and begin the withdrawal from Gaza.
An other success for SHARON is putting offside ARAFAT(he was for many,as Clinton,an obstacle for peace.
ALL THESE GOALS WERE ACHIEVED DESPITE U.N. and FRANCE MANEUVERS AND WITH THE STRONG SUPPORT OF PRESIDENT BUSH