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  1. [...] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Carmen G Pastor, Judith and Paul , DNC Fail!. DNC Fail! said: Where were liberal rabbis when Democrats compared Republicans to Nazis? http://bit.ly/fjd8RB #tcot #tlot [...]

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  2. Roger Simon reminds that the left-wing financier doesn’t have any sense of guilt for living with a Nazi collaborator who took the then-teenager with him when he confiscated property from Hungarian Jews.

    Agreed. It isn’t creepy that Soros, as a young teen, followed the (collaborationist) plan that his father had laid out to ensure his survival. But it is creepy that Soros, the adult, has proclaimed his own total lack of any feelings of remorse. Soros the sociopath, or Soros the repressed? You decide.

    Comment by ILoveCapitalism — January 28, 2011 @ 1:42 am - January 28, 2011

  3. I liked Glenn Beck better when he was on–gasp!–CNN. But that’s because he acted more like a professional commentator there and less like a drama queen, as he does on FOX News. His conservative message, though, hasn’t really changed much since he left CNN for FOX. So I don’t understand why “the Jewish Athena” dislikes him.

    Hey JA, lay off Beck and aim your guns entirely at the leftist thugs who threaten the very survival of the Republic.

    Comment by Seane-Anna — January 28, 2011 @ 1:43 am - January 28, 2011

  4. I guess we’re supposed to ignore that this group is funded by George Soros? No conflict of interest there.

    Comment by ThatGayConservative — January 28, 2011 @ 5:40 am - January 28, 2011

  5. I knew Soros was mega rich and spent mega bucks to make ¨W¨ a one term president. To this day I wonder why his tax returns have never been made public and if he has off shore accounts. I thank Glenn Beck for showing all the organization that fronts for his personal agenda, and exposing him for being nazi sypathizer. In the early eighties when I was distributing slate sheets for Log Cabin in a small bar on Santa Monica Blvd. a patron told me ¨I´d rather admit to being a Jewish Nazi than a Gay Republican. What I deduce from the rabbis complaint is that we must have moved up a couple of rungs on the ladder.

    Comment by Roberto — January 28, 2011 @ 11:06 am - January 28, 2011

  6. I like Glenn Beck very much and I do not find him to be promoting his image or tone as the way conservatives should go forth. However, I am comfortable that others do not like his “voice” and want to hold him at arms length in order to avoid having to defend him.

    As to the 400 rabbis, I strongly urge those interested to make their way through this long and very detailed posting.

    http://yidwithlid.blogspot.com/2011/01/jewish-funds-for-justice-goes-after.html

    Comment by Heliotrope — January 28, 2011 @ 12:14 pm - January 28, 2011

  7. Perhaps off topic, but I want to make a point about Glenn Beck and using television as a teaching tool.

    When Walter Cronkite left CBS, he tried to start a television news/history/perspective television service for public schools. It was a flop. Then Bill Cosby got a Ed.D. in education and turned his talents to ….. well, it never materialized.

    Glenn Beck is a college dropout, alcoholic, former disk jockey, rodeo clown. (His description.) He performs classroom genius nearly every day in subjects that are arcane and complicated. He does this while selling soap and meeting and keeping a barrage of scheduled breaks in the lecture.

    I have marveled over and again at his depth and his ability to bring his continually more educated audience along with him. I am ever ready to sniff out demagoguery on his part or catch him using misplaced context for advantageous purposes.

    Additionally, I have access to people who could “debunk” Beck in a heartbeat. While many loathe the man, none has yet to disprove him. While I have not run his every word through a truth-o-meter, I have yet to find him misinformed, ill prepared or even remotely off key.

    Beck has done the impossible job in television of gathering a huge audience at the 5pm hour and laying out information that would get him and Ailes and Murdoch sued into oblivion if he were wrong. He uses much of his own money to finance the research. He does not drag in other names at FOX to bolster his credibility and he does not intermingle with the other FOX people, save Bill O’Reilly. (It is my opinion that O’Reilly uses Beck, not the other way around.)

    Back in October of 2009, Peggy Noonan wrote in the WSJ:

    … [P]eople are becoming and have become disheartened … this condition is reaching critical mass, and … it afflicts most broadly and deeply those members of the American leadership class who are not in Washington, most especially those in business. .. The most sophisticated Americans, experienced in how the country works on the ground, can’t figure a way out. … They do not think [current leadership] can make it better.

    It is as if Noonan had no idea what was eating away at the TEA Party.

    “Conservative” stylists still don’t get the TEA Party or Sarah Palin or Glenn Beck. Beck, Palin, Bachman, and so many other people like them are too rough around the edges, too course for the salon, too unwise in their concordance with the establishment. There is a distinct disdain for their common appeal.

    Comment by Heliotrope — January 28, 2011 @ 1:03 pm - January 28, 2011

  8. Faith should never be used as a weapon. God’s mercy is our great equalizer. LBGT=Loved By God Truly. Share your faith.

    Comment by NuWine Press — January 28, 2011 @ 2:10 pm - January 28, 2011

  9. Where’s the usual lemmings on this one?

    Comment by ThatGayConservative — January 28, 2011 @ 11:10 pm - January 28, 2011

  10. Noonan would have done better if she had left out the first paragraph, trust her to get her dig into Beck before acknowledging that these Rabbis are simply using the holocaust as a victimology tool.
    Which is why the only time I read anything of her is it you happen to link to it.

    Comment by Leah — January 29, 2011 @ 11:36 am - January 29, 2011

  11. [...] how long will it take for this Nazi symbol and threat to Gov. Jerry Brown to be tied to tea partiers or Sarah Palin by the media, and not to some whacko [...]

    Pingback by Valentine Threat: Nazi Symbol with Graffiti Threat to California’s Gov. Jerry Brown « Frugal Café Blog Zone — January 29, 2011 @ 8:22 pm - January 29, 2011

  12. Ditto on the hypocrisy from the lib rabbis. But I don’t see Beck as doing our side more harm than good. That I reserve for Ann Coulter and Michelle Bachmann

    Comment by Tom the Redhunter — January 29, 2011 @ 8:38 pm - January 29, 2011

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