Sarah Palin Gaining In Support From "Educated Jews'. (Trouble For Obama)

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    One thing is for sure and that the Jews have serious influences in politics. Obama has been harsh on Israel and Palin has hammered him on it. She has repeatedly supported Israel in her speeches around the country. This could be a very big problem for Obama. He did get the support from the Jewish Lobby and now since he has basically threw Israel under the bus, it looks like Palin will get the Jewish support if she runs. They are able to donate big bucks to campaignes. Intellectual jews supporting Palin spells trouble for Obama.



    Sarah Palin Gaining in Support from ?Educated Jews? | The Jewish Week


    In recent weeks, a number of prominent Jewish intellectuals have been publicly praising Sarah Palin. This despite a recent poll, reported by veteran analyst James Besser (Nov. 26), that well-educated Jews appear to be overwhelmingly opposed to Palin. How do we explain this discrepancy?

    Let’s recall that pundits made similar assumptions about Ronald Reagan when he was a candidate for the Republican presidential nomination in 1980. Reagan also had considerable appeal among the less educated and the less affluent; surely educated and affluent Jews would support President Jimmy Carter – or so the pundits reasoned. But on election day, the majority of American Jews repaid Carter's disdain for Israel, his impotence in rescuing the Americans held hostage in Iran, and his mismanagement of the American economy, by abandoning him for Ronald Reagan, the most conservative Presidential candidate of the post-Vietnam era. Reagan received the largest share of the Jewish vote of any Republican presidential nominee in U.S. history.

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    While it is certainly too early to assume that 1980 will repeat itself in 2012, there are signs of growing respect for Gov. Palin’s policies and positions – especially among some of the Jewish intellectuals whom Besser presumes now oppose her.

    Just two days after the Nov. 2nd elections, Palin authored a 1500-word manifesto, published in the pages of National Review, detailing her strategy to "renew, revive, and restore" America according to free-market economics, energy independence, a strong national security policy and traditional moral values.

    John Podhoretz, editor in chief of Commentary magazine, immediately hailed the Palin Plan as "brilliant." It is perhaps no coincidence that his father and predecessor at Commentary's helm, Norman Podhoretz, had endorsed Palin in the Wall Street Journal in March of this year, and was an early supporter of Ronald Reagan's presidential ambitions at a time when many of his colleagues also questioned Reagan's intellectual bonafides.

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    Does Sarah Palin also think the Jews got what they deserved in the Holocaust like you do?
     
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    Does anyone need this much Palin information? Really?
     
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    The question is, does USArmyRetired slit his wrists when Sarah Palin doesn't become president?
     
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    What does the Holocaust have to do with jews supporting Sarah Palin?
     
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    I dunno why, but that sounds insulting.

    Regardless, those four are only four, and they are rightwingloons.
     
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    Dear Looney Bird, Do you not understand that a Palin nomination guarantees that Obama is reelected?
     
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    How?
     
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    Sorry, I'll use small words

    If Palin is the Republican candidate for President, Obama will be reelected.
     
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    what has Palin actually accomplished? well other than resigning as Governor of Alaska as this was to help boost confidence amongst people that she won't quit on themy.... oh and having a reality tv show...... and saying she can see russia from her house...... and going to canada get to health care....... and calling herself a pitbull with lipstick...... and said Obama should not be meeting with Indians: "This isn't Thanksgiving.... and wrote a book to prove that not all Republicans are illiterate. Except ... she wasn't the one who wrote it... and chosen the image of a grizzly bear for Alaska's commemorative quarter because "nothing could be more Alaskan" a week before she introduced a bill that, if it had passed, would have allowed people to shoot grizzly bears from airplanes and helicopters..... and wrote crib notes on her hand for a speech she gave in Tennessee to promote her literacy campaign.... and learned how to defend her country by being on defense in her high school basketball team..... and spent $3,000 of campaign funds on underwear..... and the only foreign policy experience she has was by going to Vienna. Unfortunately it was Vienna, Ohio... and defended Dr. Laura's use of N*gger (13x) as a 1st ammendment issue, but wanted Rahm Emmanuel to resign because he used the word 'retarded'.... or in simpler terms

    absolutely nothing.

    and this qualifies her to become president?
     

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