Under Obama Depression A New Growth Industry Bright Spot Emerges: Holocaust Museums

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    This is very interesting indeed. This is a waste of money and the federal govenment should not be fleecing American taxpayers to build these museums. This is what I call the worst kind of pork spending pushed by the Jewish Lobby. The question is why should there be so many of these museums and why should the American Taxpayers be obligated to pay for it during these hard times perpetuated by the Obama Administration. This is a travesty.




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    Amidst the economic ruins of the Obama Depression, there is at least one bright spot, a new growth industry in America… Holocaust Museums!

    According to the Jewish Daily Forward, “The numbers speak for themselves: There are now 16 Holocaust museums in the United States, from Albuquerque, N.M., to Houston, to Richmond, Va. And these are just the biggest of nearly 150 Holocaust centers all over the country. The proliferation of museums detailing the story of what (supposedly) happened to European Jewry during World War II has been largely a phenomenon of the 1990s, part of the general increase in Holocaust awareness in the culture at large. But it has by no means slowed: The most recent museum, in Skokie, Ill., opened last spring, while construction continues on a second Los Angeles museum, to open in the summer of 2010. With a substantial, federally-backed (of course) national museum in Washington, critics are increasingly wondering about the need for so many local museums. Even more important, the question of whether these institutions will be able to financially sustain themselves into the future — given the heavy costs of maintaining collections, and the dying off of the Holocaust survivors who founded them — is of great concern to museum directors.”

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    Are they shovel ready?
     
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    The travesty is that you feel the Nazis were justified for what they did to the Jews. Pathetic.
     
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    Obama has to please that liberal jewish constituency and of course his buddies in Israel. I wonder how long before questioning holocaust history becomes illegal in this country? 5, maybe 10 years? Israel, and the jewish community play the victim card better than any downtrodden race ever has. It's very impressive how organized and effective the propaganda effort is.
     
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    You have to wonder why on earth they would need a holocause museum in Houston or Richmond? There are more statues to confederate generals than there are jews in Richmond.
     

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