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Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Sincerity



You know how Republicans are always going on and on about how much they love Israel and how the most important thing in the world is to protect Israel cuz they love it so much?

Ever wonder how sincere they are about their love for the people of Israel?

Well wonder no more!

Harlan Crow is a conservative mega donor who owns a mansion in Texas that contains a right-wing treasure trove of Nazi artifacts such as paintings by Hitler and a signed copy of “Mein Kampf.” Crow also owns a set of dinnerware and linens once used by the murderous tyrant who ordered the extermination of millions of Jews during World War II.
And it is among these items where Republican presidential wannabe Marco Rubio has chosen to hold a fundraiser for his campaign. As if that wasn’t insulting enough, Rubio’s fundraiser among Hitler’s stuff is occurring on Yom Kippur, the holiest day of the year on the Jewish calendar.


I'm sure that the other Republican candidates will call on Rubio to "refudiate" the Nazi fanboy any minute now!

6 comments:

jadedj said...

What I find particularly ironic is the fact that he is from Miami. Miami has the second largest population of Jewish people in the country. What a slap In the face. Teapartying at it's best.

Debra She Who Seeks said...

Appalling.

Lowell said...

All this crap makes me sick to my stomach. The Republican Party is comprised of fools and liars and sociopaths.

Brewella Deville said...

Unless Rubio's campaign team is completely incompetent, and I'm not ruling that out, someone from the campaign had to have made a pre-fundraiser visit to (at the very least) check out the space, see how many tables would fit, figure out the lighting and microphones, etc. Not to mention, you know, see if the host had a Buffalo Bob type situation going on in the basement, or, I don't know, lots of Nazi paraphenalia hanging on the walls. Rubio's team either saw this stuff and didn't mind it, or the host just waved a big check in front of them, proving that Rubio's for sale to the highest bidder regardless of sympathies. Either way, Big Gulp loses.

Professor Chaos said...

Apparently, Mitt had a dudes user there 4 years ago, so they should have known going in.

Margaret Benbow said...

It's the money. Tea Partyers think like 18th century French:
throw on enough perfume and the reeking stench of their
disgusting uncleanness is all solved.