Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Promised Land

It finally occurred to me there may have been a rhyme and a reason for Obama's Israeli policy all this time. It goes something like this-Let's help the Palestinians, Iran, and radical Islamic groups wipe Israel off the map. If we move slowly but steadily, not only can we curry favor with the Arab street, we can blame it on Bush, Republicans, and Christian conservatives as we can bring all the Israeli survivors to America where they really belong, to join in with all the other Jews who typically vote Democratic by a margin of almost three to one.

Ah, but last night, with the election of Bob Turner to the Congressional seat formerly held by Geraldine Ferraro, Chuckie Schumer, and Anthony Weiner, a seat which has been solidly Democratic since 1923, it might be a sign of a kind of change the Obama Administration had never foreseen. Especially since it wasn't even close. Republican Turner beat Democrat David Weprin by something like 54 to 46 percent.

A clear message not only to Obama, but to the Democratic Party in general which has taken the Jewish vote for granted for far too long. What could this mean?

It was more than just a Jewish backlash, of course, there was also outright dissatisfaction with Obama's handling of the economy. Turner in fact made the election more about Obama than he made it about Weprin, whom at last accounting had not only not conceded the race, but was seemingly in hiding.

But that hasn't prevented other Democrats, such as Rep. Lynn Wolsey of California, from doubling down on the stupid.

Rep. Lynn Woolsey (D-Calif.) stressed that it was important for Democrats to not cave in on pieces of either Obama’s jobs plan or the [Congressional Progressive Caucus's] job-creation agenda.
“Half a loaf is not enough in the United States of America,” Woolsey said. “The whole proposal is what we must have now.”

Not only are independents and conservative Democrats becoming wide awake to the dangers posed by this renegade regime and its communist infiltrated political party, but so are interest groups that were formerly reliable Democrat votes. The following video by Ladd Ellinger is an example of the anger of a growing number of Jewish voters towards the Democrat regime.

Another special election for a seat in the House of Representatives election was won by the Republicans last night as well, this one in Nevada.

A commenter on another blog summed it up best-


And this might be just the beginning. With this election last night, New York might possibly have come into play for the general election.