Skip to comments.Jewish Group Releases Powerful Anti-Obama Ad
Posted on 07/27/2012 5:26:27 PM PDT by GiovannaNicoletta
I was a big Obama supporter. I had a fundraiser in my home, gave money to his campaign. I really believed in him and believed in what he stood for. When he gave the speech about the 67 borders, it was nothing that had come up in his campaign originally. That really changed my mind about him. When he had the prime minister of Israel, [Benjamin] Netanyahu, to the White House he was disrespectful to him to the point that Id never seen.
Disillusioned Obama voter Michael Goldstein, in an ad by the Republican Jewish Coalition
In his second term were going to see the real Barack Obama Hes going to place Israel in a position where theyre in danger.
The far left Washington Post reported:
The Republican Jewish Coalition is launching a $6.5 million campaign to convince Jewish voters among the most loyal segments of the Democratic coalition that it is okay to vote against President Obama because of his stand on Israel and the Israeli-Palestinian issue. The campaign is aimed at key Jewish areas in Ohio, Pennsylvania and Florida, where the RNC hopes to swing just enough votes to tip those states in Mitt Romneys electoral vote column.
RJC Executive Director Matt Brooks told us that the ad push will be accompanied by a Web site, www.mybuyersremorse.com, in which people can upload videos expressing their own thoughts on Obama and Israel. Brooks said the remarks by Goldstein were edited down from a 25-minute conversation.
This doesnt bode well for Democrats.
Even the Jewish vote is waking up to Obamas destruction.
Video at link.
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heck of an ad.
as a born and raised in texas native, 100 percent american, born of arab immigrants, i approve this ad! the tide is turning. my mother (late 80’s), who would never have voted for a republican, is actually voting for republican this election. maybe we aren’t doomed after all.
Any Jew, and....I mean any American Jew that casts a vote for Obama is casting a vote for the destruction of the Jewish state of Israel and the elimination of the entire Jewish race from the face of the earth. End of story!!!
“When he had the prime minister of Israel, [Benjamin] Netanyahu, to the White House he was disrespectful to him to the point that Id never seen.
I like the use of the word “disrespectful”. That is the term used by the NAACP after Mitts speech. Only in this case Obama really was disrespectful to Netanyahu. The Blacks use that term with people who do not agree with them.
My heart bleeds rivers at the thought of Obama voter Michael Goldstein’s disillusionment but the puzzle still remains as to how he fell for the silliness to begin with.
Some of we Jews have been awake since Obama got into Congress. THe problem was, most people didn’t want to listen to us (Press conference, May 22, 2008 on Obama’s communist contacts and background. Smeared in the Wash. Post of May 23, 2008).
To my fellow Jews. This is 1933 all over again, and Obama is the new furher-in-training. Unless you wake up and vote sanely, we will have another Kristallnact, then a political Holocaust, while Israel will probably suffer a real one.
I lost the European side of the family in the ovens of Auschwitz and Belzec, or to the firing squads in Lvov/Lemberg and Belzec.
I have sworn, NEVER AGAIN! Are you with me?
MadMax, who time has proven isn’t so mad, just right.
I stand with you.
I read a book about a decade ago called Hitler’s Willing Executioners by Daniel Jonah Goldhagen.
We cannot let that happen again!
I’d like to see another commercial with the video of Jay Carney refusing to acknowledge Jerusalem as the capitol of Israel.
The reason the word "disrespectful" seems to jump out is because it's not native to Conservative discourse.
The speaker in this case is simply a liberal who has been mugged and is still using the language that's natural to him.
FYI: In English sentences start with an upper case letter. As do proper names like “Texas”, and also “I”.
gosh darnit....i’m sorry
“This is 1933 all over again, and Obama is the new Fuehrer-in-training. Unless you wake up and vote sanely, we will have another Kristallnact, then a political Holocaust, while Israel will probably suffer a real one.”.......
I wrote a letter to the Editor of my hometown paper with a similar statement. The response from liberals was, “She is so stupid, she should not be allowed to vote.”
Honestly, some people are really too uneducated to grasp the history that is repeating itself.
I think that Jewish voters will turn to the GOP.
Would have been better with more Democrats profiled who voted for Oblahblah who won’t again.
Obama will still get a large chunk of the Jewish vote because, as we all know, the vast majority of Jews are liberals first, Jews second.
Goodness, you hit the nail right on the head!!! 1933-45 repeats, Obama (Hitler), Farrakhan (Himmler) and Jeremiah Wright (Goebbels), all confirmed Jew haters. But....these three maniacs will make the Hitler anti-Jewish murder campaign look like British afternoon tea!!! The truth hurts....but, the truth is still the truth. Can you imagine any sane Jew voting for Obama? Yep....there are “Jewish” nutcases out there that will vote for their own destruction.....Harvey Weinstein, Barbra Streisand, Joy Behar, etc. Go figure!!!
I’ll be very surprised if the percentages change by over 10%.
Michael Goldstein better go above and beyond when campaigning for Romney because I’m sick and tired of my fellow Jews now saying oops I didn’t know Obama would be this bad. Sorry, but that excuse does not fly with me.
I’ve been searching for his email address to tell him exactly how I feel. I’m fed up with any Jew who voted for Obama, doesn’t matter that they’ve now had a change of heart. I want to know what made them believe that the Democratic party is for Jews???
Thanks, there are a lot of posts like the one you pointed out.
It shows that the pulick skool mentality has infected a lot of people who just don’t care what they look like, have no care that they come across looking like 3rd graders, nor have any interest in bettering themselves.
It looks like a DU post.
Mannerisms are one thing (as in the post above), but literacy is another. There was a thread today with the word in the title: “say’s”!
Agree with both of you. That Kubrick film, The Shining, is so scary - dark forces & history repeating itself in a murderous terrorizing way - yet this is reality and way more obvious (thanks to our instant 24/7 global news cycle) and immeasurably worse! I grieve for the people who don’t see/don’t want to see what is going on... again.
Many years ago, I made a choice about what kind of Jew I would be - and that is an *American* Jew, who will never willingly walk into a gas chamber.
I, too, lost all my European family in the Holocaust.
I’m an American.
i made a simple comment in support of this link. i’m not sure where the bitterness comes from. i’ve been on here for a number of years and i don’t post that much. i was very glad to see the tide turning, while slowly, of the usually liberal jewish vote potentially moving just a bit. the du comment was comical.
i did go to public school in texas. i also have a couple of post graduatte degrees, so perhaps you shouldn’t be in such a rush to judgement simply of the way i type. i do it for pretty much everything i do. it ain’t personal dude.
LOL! Your post stands as evidence of everything I said in #21.
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Joy Behar is not Jewish, and I cannot tell you how happy that fact makes me.
“Ill be very surprised if the percentages change by over 10%.”
Which would flip Florida, Ohio, and PA.
Too bad he says "I'm a lifelong Democrat," rather than "I was a lifelong Democrat.". Hope he's in the process of detoxification from his lifelong addiction.
Hopefully the RJC can use a clip from Romney's speech in Jerusalem yesterday, with the Western Wall as a perfect backdrop, in the ads to follow.
No, not enough of change to flip any of them based on 2008 vote totals.
However, there remains a small but real possibility that a 10% move in the Jewish electorate (which practically amounts to a closing of the gap by 20% of the total Jewish vote when you take away 10% from Zero and add 10% to the GOP) could be decisive in any of those states. That depends on how other voting patterns may swing, including changes the composition of the whole electorate in 2012 as compared to 2008.
My thoughts precisely. I would go so far as to say your immortal soul is in danger if you do not fight this fight, or even alow yourself to become distracted from it.
Better things may be happening here.