Ahmadinejad Big Winner in New York!
Jewish Leaders put Politics before Victory!
Today the leaders of the major Jewish Organizations in the United States decided that Iran and it’s march to obtain nuclear weapons was a secondary issue compared with their concern over domestic politics. They single-handedly destroyed any hope of cooperation with concerned non-jewish groups who were united in their opposition to the threat of a nuclear Iran and the rantings of the psychotic Ahmadinejad.
Last year politicians from several political parties spoke at the big anti-Ahmadinejad rally at the UN and thousands of jews and non-jews rallied at Columbia to protest that University’s invitation for him to speak there.
This year they had the opportunity to attract thousands more to the cause. They squandered it. One Democrat turns down an invitation to speak and calls it ‘political’ and they go all wobbly at the knees. Their solution? Cancel speaking invitations to ALL politicians.
Let’s face it. We all know exactly why they did it. Because the Democrat Party did not want to give Sarah Palin, the republican candidate for Vice President, the opportunity to demonstrate her support for Israel and her concern over the Iran situation. What were they afraid of? That people might see that she was a real person? That people might hear her express her support in a manner that might let them know that she is genuine and concerned rather than the caricature the Democrat party makes her out to be? Are they so afraid of Sarah Palin that they will resort to having the whole anti-Ahmadinejad movement self destruct? It appears so.
So go to your rally. Enjoy the company of all who believe that Ahmadinjad will somehow miraculously be stopped by a democrat. I hope the chains that bind you to the party of collaboration and defeat lay lightly upon you because you have handed the Iranian president a victory he could never have won on his own. Your cowardice in failing to stand up to those who turned this political has rung the death knell for cooperation in the future because you do not hold the mission to be everything.