Jewish voters show signs of bailing on Democrats

Listen to the blare of the sirens, the screeching of brakes and the flashing red strobe lights. The Democrats are in emergency mode here in South Florida. According to a Sun Sentinel article on President Obama losing favor among Jews, the Jews are finally showing signs of awakening from 70 years of mindlessly following their Democratic commissars who could put up any candidate and have their docile flock automatically pull the designated lever. They could do it with their eyes closed. And they did. Perhaps Jews are starting to eat more fish to rejuvenate their brain cells. Whatever the reason, Jews are acting like wild tigers released from their cages. They are seeking freedom. To their handlers, this is dangerous.

And their party is scared, witless. The Democrats are calling out their big guns — Jewish guns, of course — to herd this group of revolters back into their cages and read them the riot act. Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz has to spend most of her time now in South Florida faking out her audiences about Obama’s love for Israel. She, a chief component of the anti-Israel, Soros-sponsored J-Street group, is joined at the hip with former Congressman Robert Wexler, who now runs the Palestinian-supporting group, The Center for Middle East Peace. And the kicker is that both of these groups are composed of Jews who claim with tongue in cheek that they are “pro-Israel.” Sure, just like the Rev. Jeremiah Wright, Louis Farrakhan, Rashid Khalidi and a score of others who share their sentiments with those in the Obama camp.

The leftist call to action has been heard by local synagogues and Jewish organizations. The Boca Raton-based Beth Ami Congregation is in the midst of hosting guest speakers on major topics. Strangely, most of them are hardline Democrats. Not a Republican among them. They are heeding the call for action by their Democratic leaders. A recent forum sponsored by the Sun Sentinel and Lynn University — called, “Is Florida rigging the 2012 election?” — left no doubt as to which party had criminal intent. All four of the original handpicked panelists were hardline Democrats.

The highest elected Palm Beach County official, County Commissioner Burt Aaronson, teed off by some of his constituents’ complaints about President Obama, stated publicly that they were “full of cr-p!” He also called for the jailing of Republicans. And this was all out in the open! Enough said for the future of our country if Obama wins again. But what picture does that give us into the near future — the next 12 months before the election? It must alert us to the limitless possibilities of the underhanded stunts, statements, scams or scenarios Democrats may concoct. When up against the wall, as they are here in South Florida, anything and everything is a possibility. Their usual safe turf, the synagogues and the Jewish social organizations and condos, will be their staging areas. They will be flooded with speakers, films and propaganda that will serve to frighten the seniors and urge them to remain loyal to the only party they have ever known.

At a talk I recently gave in Century Village in Pembroke Pines, where I received a great response, I was told, “Look for the Democratic Party to offer free busing to the polls with bags of pastrami sandwiches to all who promise to vote the Obama ticket.” He may be right. Keep your eyes open.


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