|Pelosi chats with Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad, Damascus, 2007|
In an interview with Bloomberg's Al Hunt Friday, millionaire Democrat house minority leader Nancy Pelsoi attacked Jewish Republicans with a classic antisemitic smear.
Pelosi told Hunt that she believes the President will win the Jewish vote in November.
“I think that he will, because the fact is when the facts get out,” Pelosi said. “You know, as many of the Republicans are using Israel as an excuse, what they really want are tax cuts for the wealthy. So Israel, that can be one reason they put forth.”
The elderly, insider trading statist has gotten away with crap like this for what seems to have been hundreds of years. What the hell was she doing in that murderous Iranian puppet al-Assad's living room, anyway?
Perhaps there are a few American Jews who will learn of this vicious libel from the web. Most, however, have long ago forgotten how damn lucky they are that their grandparents risked everything to come here, and have no idea what the Democrats have in store for them in Obama's second term.
Fortunately, at least one member of the tribe has caught on. Where are the others?
House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va.) said in a statement Sunday that Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi's (D-Calif.) suggestion Jewish voters were "being exploited" was "deeply insulting" and "patronizing."
Cantor, who is Jewish, was responding to comments Pelosi made during an interview with Bloomberg TV during which the Democratic leader suggested Republicans were trying to unfairly depict President Obama as having a strained relationship with Israel to further their domestic agenda.
"It is both patronizing and deeply insulting for Nancy Pelosi to suggest any Jew is 'exploited' for their political beliefs or that support for Israel is somehow an 'excuse' for anything," Cantor said. "Such thinking diminishes the importance of issues affecting Jews everywhere."