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Libs’ new dog whistle: Conservatives hate Pajama Boy because he’s Jewish

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Libs have a new “dog whistle” to accuse conservatives of being bigots.

Think the Pajama Boy’s a joke? You must not like Jews.

pajamaboy1230newPajama Boy, of course, is the man-child figure introduced to the nation in a pre-Christmas tweet by the Obama minions at Organizing for America. He’s a perfect figurehead of the Obama era, a smirking, effeminate annoyance that we’re all more or less stuck with the foreseeable future. (So far, however, Pajama Boy, at least hasn’t up at an internationally watched funeral, nor does he control the nuclear arsenal.)

But he’s even more than that. Pajama Boy, according to the Jewish Daily Forward  is also – get this – Jewish.

And it’s the latent anti-Semitism liberals seem to think lurks in the heart of every conservative that really made this icon of ineptitude into an object of near-universal scorn.

The Forward writer’s evidence isn’t so much that the model is Jewish – he is, according to the Forward – but that Pajama Boy looks Jewish:

Look at him. Pale Ashkenazic skin, Jew-fro’d black curls, Woody Allen specs. Even the smart-ass expression on his face screams of the Wise Son from the Passover Seder.

OK, so Joe Kennedy would have blackballed Pajama Boy from the Club (assuming the kid ever made it off the couch to apply), Jesse Jackson would have called him a hymie, and Al Sharpton would have had him killed in a riot.

Conservatives would just wonder why the Jewish kid was hanging out with the family for a the CHRISTMAS holiday. (He didn’t come for the ham.)

But there’s no explaining to the Forward writer that every effective strain of modern anti-Semitism has come from the left of the political spectrum. From the obvious Nazi/Communist Jew hatred to the little noted – but just as obvious – anti-Semitism of the Occupy idiots and the far left of the Democrat Party. (News flash for the Forward: You’ll find more Jew hatred at one OFA meeting than 100 Young Republican clubs.)

No, to the Forward writer, the proof that the right’s distaste for Pajama Boy stems from his Jewishness is clear mainly because not person mentioned it:

Needless to say … the Jewishness of Pajama Boy is conspicuously absent from the vitriol. But as soon as you see it, you can’t un-see it.

Get that? Conspicuous absence proves a presence.

You didn’t say it, you can’t even see it. And you can’t hear a thing.

As dog whistles go, it’s tough to beat.

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