Skip to comments.Obama's first meeting with Jewish leaders includes more left-wing groups
Posted on 07/13/2009 10:20:22 PM PDT by Nachum
The organized Jewish community's first official meeting with US President Barack Obama late Monday was set to include more liberal organizations than in years past, which groups on both sides saw as indicative of the White House's interest in magnifying their voices.
The new J Street lobby and Americans for Peace Now made the final cut of a pared-down list that kept off traditional participants Zionist Organization of America, the Lubavitch movement and the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs, all of which are on the more conservative part of the spectrum.
"They're looking to legitimize the more progressive parts of the pro-Israel community that seem to be more in line with where they seem to be going," said one Jewish leader involved with the planning of the meeting, set to take place after press time and last about 45 minutes
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The list, ping
Well, aren’t more jews that left wing and voting democratic? I always thought there were more left wing jewish groups.
J Street... $oro$ front group to subvert Israel.
More evidence that Bozo thinks the American people are stupid. He sells out Israel and then arrogantly thinks he can con American Jews into believing his lies. Many of us ain’t buying his duplicity.
Watch the money start to dry up. Nobody shuts these groups out of Washington politics.
J Street should just merge with the Muslim Brotherhood, since their policies on Israel are identical.
Vote Them All Out
2010 and 2012
Career politicians who are power-hungry, ego maniacs deserve to be sent packing in disgrace, IMO. They show no love for their country; they are all about power, ego, and greed.
Yes, this was a meeting of Obama's Judenrat! What ever happened to the "bipartisanship" that was talked about so often during the campaign?
With 0bama it was more “bi” than bipartisan..
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