Clearly, Howard Berman at The Forward has been garnering inspiration from our blog:
GOP Slanders Dems With ‘Anti-Israel’ Ads
And the Republican Jewish Coalition (RJC) strikes again:
Allen’s Allies Fight Back
I understand the need for in-party loyalty and far be it from me to suggest that the RJC avoid endorsing a Republican candidate in a hotly contested Senate race, but before lobbing the "anti-Semite" bomb at Democrat James Webb, perhaps they should consider the implications of applying that term. In a world where anti-Semitism is a truly mortal threat, does the RJC really want to use the term to defend a man who has repeatedly been accused of racism? Remember, Allen's Jewish roots came to light during a press conference about his use of a racial slur the previous week.
Judah Benjamin may have been Jewish, but would you rush to his defense?