Skip to comments.Netanyahu Bashing Obama’s Appeasement in Campaign Ad Showing Today in Florida
Posted on 09/20/2012 6:07:23 AM PDT by Zionista Feminista
In a new presidential campaign television advertisement which starts airing today, September 20, in parts of southern Florida, theres only one person on screen and that one man isnt running for president of the United States. In fact, that one man is not even an American, although he is well-known to most people in the heavily-Jewish communities of Southern Florida its Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu.
Secure America Now is the organization behind the thirty second ad which shows Netanyahu talking about what many consider to be the over-arching foreign policy issue of our time the potential nuclear weaponization of Iran. SAN describes itself as a bipartisan foundation focused on national security issues, particularly in the Middle East.
As ominous music plays in the background, the Israeli Prime Minister stands at a podium, saying as Iran gets closer and closer to having nuclear bombs, the world tells Israel to wait, theres still time. I say, wait for what? Wait until when? Netanyahu made that statement, according to the Associated Press, last week, on September 11.
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Also risky for Romney. He declines to represent 47% but will rep Israel.
This is a secret donor ad but it is probably Adelson paying for it.
If youd like to be on or off, please FR mail me.
Secure America Now is the organization behind the thirty second ad which shows Netanyahu... SAN describes itself as a bipartisan foundation focused on national security issues, particularly in the Middle East... the Israeli Prime Minister stands at a podium, saying "as Iran gets closer and closer to having nuclear bombs, the world tells Israel to wait, there's still time. I say, wait for what? Wait until when?"Wow, the Lew Rockwell fans around here are gonna hate this.
Wow, that 8-9% is an an extraordinarily high estimate. Is that Florida only?
But on the other hand, if 20% of the Jewish vote in any given state swings from the 'Rats to the Pubbies as compared to '08, Romney in effect will gain 40% of the total Jewish turnout in his vote total vs. Obama, as he gains 20% while Zero loses 20% of that turnout. (BTW, that 20% may be a bit more than generally predicted.)
Of course, you are working on the flawed premise that the same voters who voted in 2008 will be the exact same voters who vote in 2012. Obviously, there will be new voters who didn't vote in '08 and voters who did so in '08 who have since died or become incapacitated or who for whatever reason won't be voting this time around. In addition, some of the '08 voters will be voting in different states this year.
Ads are also needed about the New Black Panther voter intimidation case and? Heck, just play Obama pronouncing “Isslahm” the way he does and saying how great the Muslims are juxtaposed with pics of the little Jewish girl from France murdered, riots all over, Libya etc... Let er rip.
>>Wow, that 8-9% is an an extraordinarily high estimate. Is that Florida only?
Florida only. While Jews are about 4-5% of the population there, their demographics are higher than average in voter age group, and turnout has been measured as high as a whopping 96%!
It’s hard to say of course, how much of the Jewish vote will swing. In Florida some people are hoping for over 25% - that does not seem realistic. Personally I would be surprised if it was much less than 20%, though.
For the same reason the NE vote in in the Dem’s back pocket.
Hard to believe it is that high, what with the large numbers of elderly Jews, some of whom are demented or otherwise disabled to the point that they can't participate. Who drags all these people into the polls? Is there a lot of surrogate voting for them by the local 'rat machines?
The state's nearly 640,000 Jews are just 3.4 percent of Florida's population. But because they vote in extraordinarily high numbers, they are 6 to 8 percent of Florida's turnout, says Ira Sheskin, who runs the University of Miami's Jewish Demography Project.
In this part of Florida, Sheskin estimates Jewish turnout at 95 percent. "Jews aren't just registered," he says. "They actually vote."
The vast majority are Democrats. But in a state with a Jewish population third, behind only New York and California, and a county with one of the largest concentrations of Jews in the state, Dinerstein has clout.
A Brooklyn native, Dinerstein and his wife, Esther, the daughter of Holocaust survivors from Poland, moved to the gated community of Ballenisles 19 years ago after selling his financial services company at a tidy profit.
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Andy Warhol-style portraits of their two daughters grace the living room. The house is decorated with bold graphics and avant-garde sculpture, the wet bar stocked with Veuve Clicquot, the floor-to-soaring-ceiling windows overlooking one of three golf courses.
"The advantage of being the first of the first people in a community like this is, you get to pick your lot," Dinerstein says. He is talking real estate, but it could fairly be taken as a metaphor for his political philosophy. He hates handouts.
Vastly outnumbered politically, Republican Jews have kept a low profile here - particularly in country club communities where "condo commandos" act as ward leaders and can influence the quality of life.
"I supported McCain in the last election," said an 85-year-old Republican from Del Ray Beach. "And I paid a penalty for it where I live." He and his wife declined to speak on the record about the GOP primary, saying they did not want to invite blowback from their friends - all Democrats.
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