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CALLER: Okay. This is sort of my question or my comment. I’m a Jewish woman, and I have been recently very disturbed by Jesse Jackson’s comments he made, you know, the comment last week about Zionism and a derogatory comment about Jews in general.
RUSH: He denied it.
CALLER: Yes. Yes.
RUSH: Denied it the next day. Said he didn’t say it.
CALLER: Oh, okay. Okay.
RUSH: He didn’t actually deny it. He said he didn’t like the way the press reported it.
CALLER: Okay. Well, I’m a McCain supporter. I’m a little worried about Obama’s associations with Jesse Jackson and Farrakhan’s views. You know, I heard this morning just on Fox News how very few Jews are voting for McCain, only about 30 to 38%. Would you please remind Jews out there of Obama’s association and comments made that are anti-Semitic?
RUSH: Won’t matter.
CALLER: Won’t matter.
RUSH: Liberals are liberals first.
CALLER: Okay. That’s a bad state of America.
RUSH: Liberals and Democrats are Democrats and liberals first. That’s the only explanation for this. I’ve been mentioning this, yesterday I did an in-depth explanation of a world-renowned Jew hater who is a close friend of Obama, Rashid Khalili or something like that. And he’s still around, he’s close to Obama, Obama has not distanced himself from him. I mean, Obama’s gotten campaign donations from Hamas.
RUSH: But the ideological party affiliation with a lot of people is the only thing that matters. That’s first, and then some of this other stuff might permeate and change their mind later, but I don’t think it’s going to matter. In fact, I think the attachment to Obama and most of his supporters is emotional anyway, and so what happens when you go out—like if we were to target Jewish voters, for example, there are lots of them here in south Florida, and of course New York, and if I were to make an impassioned plea to them to listen to me, they would think I’m lying, you know, I’m a conservative Republican. And they think conservative Republicans, you know what they think of them.
RUSH: They would think I’m lying and they would not take kindly to my criticism of Obama.
CALLER: Okay. Okay.
RUSH: It’s one of these things that’s puzzled—it’s like, you could make the same argument about African-American voters.
CALLER: Hm-hm. Yeah.
RUSH: You could point out to them what two generations of support for the Democrat Party has led them to: broken families, continual rage and anger, they got preachers keeping them on the fit of rage each and every day, blaming America for their lack of progress, yet every other immigration group comes into this country and thrives and survives inside of a generation. For all these years they have been taught that the Republican Party’s the white man’s party and that America is white man’s greed. And no matter what you tell them factually, they’re going to reject it because their attachment to all their things politically are actually emotional.
CALLER: Well, I know a lot of Jewish people that are the old-time Democrats, don’t even know what a Democrat really is, but, you know, they’ve been voting Democrat all of their lives.
RUSH: Well, what happens when you tell them—it’s one thing for me to tell ‘em—what happens when you tell ‘em?
CALLER: Well, when I tell ‘em I think what they basically believe is that if they don’t vote for Obama, they’re racist. And I think that’s what a lot of mainstream media has told them. I have very few Jewish friends who are voting for McCain. Actually, I don’t even have one Jewish friend that is voting for McCain. They’re all voting for Obama.
RUSH: You don’t have one Jewish friend voting for McCain?
CALLER: Yeah, yeah.
RUSH: All your Jewish friends are voting for Obama?
RUSH: And so it’s white guilt.
CALLER: I think so. Yes, I do.
RUSH: Well, who’s going to know?
CALLER: What do you mean, who will know?
RUSH: The vote is private. You go into the ballot box, you vote however you wish, they’re only going to know if you come out and say so.
CALLER: Right. Right. I agree, but I think—
RUSH: So you think that they want people to know that they voted Obama because they don’t want to be thought of as racist?
CALLER: Racist, yes.
RUSH: Well, you’re right. This is something that’s being pushed in the media, and it has been throughout the Obama campaign. We’ll see how many of them actually do it, you know the Bradley Effect—
RUSH: —Wilder Effect, whatever you want to call it, we’ll see how many people actually do it. Okay, so you don’t have any Jewish friends that are voting for McCain, yet they are still your Jewish friends?
CALLER: Not very close friends. They’re more of just, you know, associations, acquaintances that I know through a temple. Close friends, no, I don’t have any Jewish close friends, for that very reason. I’m a conservative person. I like to surround myself with like minds.
RUSH: That just illustrates my point even further. It’s not only an emotional attachment and the Democrat Party or liberalism comes first, it also is a determining factor in who they will associate with and who they will be friends with. This is all liberals and Democrats. This is not just related to Jewish people or black people.
CALLER: No, I agree. And when I have brought up, you know, the fact of Jesse Jackson or Reverend Wright or Bill Ayers, you know, they really just rationalize it away and say, “Oh, well, he didn’t really know, he was just a passing acquaintance,” and we all know that’s untrue.
RUSH: See, now, the explanation for that is that they know they’re lying to themselves on that. They have built this little cocoon of security in which they live. Something like that would shatter the cocoon and the alternate reality that they’ve set up. They don’t want to be challenged with that, they don’t want to think they’re wrong, so they make excuses for the guy. Again, this is all emotional.
While I have you here, there’s a story from Kansas City, a Reuters story.
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October 27, 2008 | 11:21 pm
Posted by The Web Guy
Its been eight long years since the boys said wassup to each other. Even with the effects of a down economy and imminent change in the White House, the boys are still able to come together and stay true to what really matters.
This is not the first parody of the Budweiser beer commercial, of course. There’s this ‘Jewish Wassup’ from a few years back:
October 26, 2008 | 4:01 pm
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Ismail Elmokadem of the Daily News (Egypt) writes:
In the UK the Islam Channel has dedicated itself to building bridges with the West, as well as providing English-speaking Muslims with their own voice.
“We wanted to counteract growing hatred against Muslims after 9/11 and the London bombings. We knew we had to do something,” Arsan Ali, program director at Islam Channel in London, told Daily News Egypt.
Seen all over world the Islam Channel has achieved unprecedented success, attracting millions of loyal viewers. Its itinerary includes everything from specialized talk shows to children’s programs.
But it is their new game show “Faith Off” that has generated media frenzy in recent months.
Check it out!
TV for peace, TV for laughs, TV for Terra!
October 25, 2008 | 3:45 am
Posted by Dennis Wilen
Rust never sleeps in our obsessive compulsion to scour the Intertubes and bring you, my friends, and all the Joe-the-Mohels out there [crowd applauds], yes, my friends, to bring you choice morsels of fact-like news stories, photos and video for your consideration.
This is the same quest that recently revealed the Truth the Mainstream Media Dare Not Publish—that Gov. Sarah Palin (R—AK) is Jewess.
But wait, there’s more.
Tonight’s news comes to us from the blog of John Alan Martinson, Jr., who describes himself in the third person as he explains his dedication to uncovering the Jewish Mafia:
The Jewish connection also extended to more personal sections of John’s life. Recalling his distaste for feminism and the women he had dated that were manipulated by it, he wondered if leading feminists were Jews. Searching three names (Gloria Steinem, Eve Ensler and Andrea Dworkin) he found the word “Jew” staring back at him. Further investigation revealed that dozens upon dozens of feminist leaders were Jews. In an examination of racism between non-Jewish (Gentile) races John found that many leaders of racist groups, whether Black, White or some other race, were led or backed by Jews. This touched home as John had dealt with racism all his life. Another personal element was the poverty of his childhood. A look at the usury of the banking system, the Federal Reserve and the taxation of the IRS all revealed Jewish personalities.
But enough about Mr. Martinson, Jr.—here’s what he has to say:
President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad - Crypto-Jew
As many Muslims have realized, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is not a Muslim. He is a crypto-Jew. His last name is not Ahmadinejad but Saborjhian; a Jewish name. Mahmoud Saborjhian was born near Garmsar in the village of Aradan on October 28, 1956. Sometime in the 50s his family relocated to Tehran. It was at that point that the Jewish Saborjhian family changed their name. Mahmoud would later take up the religion of Islam as an additional cover for his Jewish bloodline. His family prosperity, Jewish bloodline and secret society connections have allowed him to gain an incredible amount of power in Iran and over the Iranian people.
There’s more, of course, and you can read it here.
Jews in the closet!
Boo! Happy Hallowe’en!
October 22, 2008 | 3:56 am
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First came Sarah Silverman, who shot a video promoting the pro-Obama ‘Great Schlep’, and then came the response from Jackie Mason, who called Silverman a yenta for suggesting some older Jews might be racists in a video circulated by the Republican Jewish Coalition (RJC).
Now the the Jewish Alliance for Change has rounded up Hollywood comedy A-Listers Danny DeVito, Carl Reiner, Jerry Stiller, Valerie Harper, Garry Marshall, Larry Gelbart and Rhea Pearlman to shoot four 30-second spots backing Obama, aimed at older TV viewers. (Note: DeVito and Marshall are notorious Jewish fellow travelers, but not Jewish themselves.)
“Remember,” says the Web site, “older folks don’t surf the Internet as much as you.”
For your viewing convenience, here are three of the spots in one handy blog post you can email to your friends.
For some reason, we can only embed three videos here, so you’ll need to go to the site to see the final spot.
Indeed, it ain’t funny.
October 14, 2008 | 5:55 pm
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News about The Great Schlep—an effort to mobilize young Jews to visit older relatives in Florida to convince to them to vote for Barack Obama—has been all over the Web for weeks. CBS News just found out about it, and wrongly attributes the idea to Sarah Silverman.
Comedienne Sarah Silverman started “The Great Schlep,” CBS writes on their YouTube site. Wrong.
Sure, Sarah made a video to promote the effort—and Jackie Mason made a counter video—but Sarah didn’t come up with the idea. We still love her anyway, and thought she was great last night on Dave. Too bad she didn’t stop by Black Rock to straighten out the newsies.
The CBS News report
In my years in the news business, I’ve always recognized that the more one knows about a story, the easier it is find clueless reportage. But CBS?
October 13, 2008 | 2:13 am
Posted by Orit Arfa
What a great way to start the Jewish New Year!
Britney’s new video has premiered and as one of her longtime fans, I definitely believe that Britney is beginning to do teshuva (repentance). Actually, her teshuva has already been reported by the press, who quote an interview to be aired on MTV a few days before the release of her next album.
“I sit there and I look back and I’m like, ‘I’m a smart person. What the hell was I thinking?” Britney says.
Yes, Britney has been beating her chest—and not only to get the men to heave.
Now for her post-Kippur reinvention: her video for “Womanizer”—a surefire hit. First of all, the song is hot and filled with attitude. The arrangement is filter and synth heavy, but extremely danceable. It has that get-up-out-of-your-seat, seductive girl-power vibe we can only truly get from the Brit.
The choreography is not as complex as her classics like “I’m a Slave 4 U” and “Stronger”, but she no longer looks as glassy-eyed as she did in “Piece of Me.” She’s fierce again, and apparently back in shape (any airbrushing aside).
I first prayed for her after her flop on the MTV VMA’s last year. I’m glad at least some of my prayers have been answered. May the Jewish people take inspiration because sometimes I also wonder “We’re a smart people. What the hell were we Jews thinking?”
May you go from strength to strength, Britney!
Womanizer—the video. [ADULT CONTENT]
October 10, 2008 | 3:17 am
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