Jews find Romney’s anti-semite selection offensive.

Why so Few Jews Vote Republican

Jennifer Rubin, a freelancer for ABCNEWS.com, has a piece out about why so few Jews vote Republican.Rubin highlights Mitt Romney’s choice of a museum named after Henry Ford – the premier anti-Semite in American history – as the location for Romeny’s presidential annoucement as one example of how Republicans fail to understand the Jewish community.  NJDC was the first in the country to raise these concerns.http://njdc.typepad.com/njdcs_blog/2007/02/why_so_few_jews.html

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“I believe Mitt Romney owes the Jewish community, indeed all Americans who hate the sort of bigotry represented by Henry Ford, an explanation and an apology.”   …Alan Dershowitz

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Then this in Florida:

Romney woos Jews in Boca

 

 

 

 

Presidential hopeful Mitt Romney made a stop in Boca today to court the

 Jewish vote in his bid to win the Florida GOP primary.

He made a speech before the Republican Jewish Coalition of Florida on Tuesday, emphasizing one of the main themes of his campaign – the need to combat what he calls “violent global jihad.”

Key points: Harsh economic and diplomatic sanctions against Iran, the need for success in Afghanistan and Iraq to prevent terrorist groups from seeking safe haven, and “maintain the integrity of Israel as a Jewish state.”

No one keeps track of how many Jewish GOPers there are in the state; the RJC says it has 7,000 members in Florida, which has a statewide population of 783,00 Jews.

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Given the Ford goof, it seems to me, the Jews should be far more concerned about Romney than other terrorists.

Little things, added to together, make a picture. That which is hidden will eventually tire and appear.

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