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Jewish World Review
August 10, 2006
/ 16 Menachem-Av, 5766
Big Foot, Scoop Jackson Dems and other myths
I suppose we'll have to wait yet another election cycle for all those "Scoop
Jackson Democrats" to come roaring back in and give us a Democratic Party that does
not consistently root against America.
On the bright side, it is now official: Democrats are not merely confused patriots,
so blinded by their hatred for President Bush that they cannot see their way to
supporting any aspect of the war on terrorism. Would that they were mere
As some of us have been trying to tell you, Democrats don't oppose the war on
terrorism because they hate Bush: They hate Bush because he is fighting the war on
terrorism. They would hate him for fighting terrorists even if he had a "D" after
his name. They would hate Bernie Sanders if he were fighting a war on terrorism. In
the past three decades, there have been more legitimate sightings of Big Foot than
of "Scoop Jackson Democrats."
That's why Hillary Clinton has anti-war protestors howling at her public events.
That's why she has drawn an anti-war primary opponent, Jonathan Tasini, who appears
to believe that Israel is a terrorist state. If those rumors I've been hearing
about a Hezbollah/Hamas/DNC merger are true, we might be in for a slightly longer
In Tuesday's primary, Connecticut Democrats dumped Joe Lieberman, an 18-year
incumbent, because he supports the war on terrorism. This is the same Joe Lieberman
who voted against all the Bush tax cuts, against banning same-sex marriage, against
banning partial-birth abortion, against the confirmation of Judge Alito, against
drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and in favor of the Kyoto accords.
Oh yes, this was also the same Joe Lieberman who was the Democrats' own vice
presidential candidate six years ago.
Despite all this, Connecticut Democrats preferred stalwart anti-war candidate Ned
Lamont, great-nephew of Corliss Lamont, WASP plutocrat fund-raiser for Stalin.
Lamont's main political asset is that he is a walking, breathing argument in favor
of a massive inheritance tax. His plan for fighting the terrorists is to enact a
single-payer government health plan and universal pre-K education programs. His
goal is to unite the "cut" and "run" wings of his party into one glorious
The Democrats can hold it in for a few years, but eventually the McGovernite face
of the Democratic Party reappears.
Lamont declared victory surrounded by Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton and Kim Gandy of
the fanatically pro-abortion group known euphemistically as the "National
Organization for Women."
Congresswoman Maxine Waters had parachuted into Connecticut earlier in the week to
campaign against Lieberman because he once expressed reservations about affirmative
action, without which she would not have a job that didn't involve wearing a paper
hat. Waters also considers Joe "soft" on the issue of the CIA inventing crack
cocaine and AIDS to kill all the black people in America.
Gandy's support for Lamont must have been a particularly bitter pill for Lieberman
to swallow, inasmuch as he has long belonged to the world's smallest organization
solely to satisfy bloodthirsty feminists like Gandy Orthodox Jews for
Partial-Birth Abortion. (OJFPBA has just slightly more members than GBRFC, "Gay
Black Republicans for Choice.")
To give you a snapshot of today's Democratic Party, in 2004, pollster Scott
Rasmussen asked likely voters if they believed America was generally a fair and
decent country and whether they believed the world would be a better place if more
countries were like America.
Republicans agreed that America is generally fair and decent, 83 percent to 7
percent. Eighty-one percent agreed that the world would be a better place if more
countries were like the United States.
By contrast, Democrats were nearly split, with only 46 percent agreeing that
America is generally a fair and decent country, and with 37 percent saying America
is not a generally fair and decent country. Only 48 percent of Democrats said they
thought that the world would be a better place if more countries were like the
Democrats constantly complain that the nation has never been so divided, but
consider that half of them think the statement that America is a good country is a
So remember: When you vote Democratic, you're saying NO to mindless patriotism.
This country isn't so great!
The free world, which is rapidly boiling down to us and Israel, is under savage
attack. Treason is rampant in the country. True, Democrats hate Bush, but they
would hate anybody who fights the war on terrorism. It is a hostile world, and
there is now a real question about the will of the American people to survive.
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