Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Chas Freeman: the lesson

This is an important footnote to the aftermath of the Chas Freeman affair by Noah Pollak, staring the multiple bigots in the eye without blinking:

The attempt to write one religious or ethnic group out of the debate by assigning them membership in conspiracies and imputing to them dual loyalties is indeed un-American, and there should be nothing controversial about saying so.


At 10:56 PM EDT, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Freeman claims that many Jews support him. Has he given any examples? Have any such come forward? Or is he just making it up?

At 1:42 PM EDT, Anonymous Anonymous said...

J Street, ties to Soros

At 4:46 PM EDT, Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Freeman claims that many Jews support him."

The usual suspects:

Muzzle Watch
Richard "Tikkun Olam" Silverstein
J Street


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