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5 years 46 weeks ago, 9:03 AM

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the hebrew hammer

the hebrew hammer

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5 years 46 weeks ago, 9:19 AM

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They will never win

because they keep voting Liberal. Doesn't history teach our American Jewish population anything?
Remember Hitler and his "Gun Control"

5 years 46 weeks ago, 9:41 AM

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perpetuate all sorts of old, stupid stereotypes, that should be long gone from the American scene. It is neither funny, nor accurate. It is reflective of lingering anti-Jewish sentiment that makes no sense for any good Christian to utter.

As to whether they will win...What "they" is the picture referring to , and what is it that "they" are going to, or not going to, "win"?

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5 years 46 weeks ago, 9:48 AM

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pointing out statements of fact!

5 years 46 weeks ago, 9:55 AM

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because you must have some data, I do not have.

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5 years 46 weeks ago, 10:07 AM

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A few facts

Ruth Wisse, professor of Yiddish literature at Harvard, writes: "Jews are associated with liberal- ism the way the French are associated with wine: It is considered native to their region." Excepting blacks, Jews are the most liberal demographic group in the population. The "Jewish"" Vote. Ile 1988 election was, in this regard, typical. As the Democratic presiden- tial nominee, Michael Dukakis received 70 percent of the Jewish vote. Jewish support for Dukakis exceeded his vote among the unemployed (66 percent), union households (64 percent), Hispanics (66 percent), and even his fellow Greeks (55 percent). Jews overwhelmingly endorsed the Massachusetts governor despite the fact that the Republican national platform opposed the creation of a Palestinian state, denounced anti-Semitism, and called for recision of the U.N. resolution equating Zionism with racism, while the Democrats were conspic- uously silent on all of the above. Even the governor's warm embrace of, Jesse Jackson (considered an anti-Semite. by a majority of Jewish respondents to an opinion survey that year) did not keep Jews out of the Democratic column. The 1988 election was part of a trend lasting more than half a century. Over ten presidential elec- tions from 1932 to 1976, the average Jewish vote for Republican presidential candidates was an ane- mic 28 percent The only blip on the graph came in 1980, when Ronald,Reagan won nearly 40 percent of the Jewish vote. By 1984 Jewish political normalcy had reasserted itself. In his reelection bid, Reagan swept 49 states and got less than one out of three Jewish votes. Far from an clection-year phenomenon, Jewish liberalism is a day-in, day-out love affair. Accord- ing to a 1988 Los Angeles Times survey, 41 percent of Jews consider themselves liberal; only 17 per- cent are self-described conservatives. This is almost exactly the reverse of political identification

5 years 46 weeks ago, 10:19 AM

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except for the data age, a VERY important variable, when drawing conclusions which apply approximately 20 years later.

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5 years 46 weeks ago, 9:50 AM

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holy shit, did everybody trade in their sense of humor for a dictionary?? I dont think the jewish have ever been stereo-typed with martial arts and "they" obiously means the person refferenced in the picture and "they" are going to win the quater back. I know it's monday, but dam!!!

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5 years 46 weeks ago, 9:57 AM

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what you meant by what you just posted.

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Grounding Liberalism in History

The post-war politics of American Jews were shaped more by Jewish experience than Jewish tradition.

By Edward Shapiro
The liberal politics of American Jews led to their participation in a variety of left-wing organizations and movements in the post-war period, including feminism, civil rights, and the Democratic Party. The following article ruminates on some of the reasons, historical and contemporary, that the Jewish community in the 1950s and 1960s gave to explain their affinity for liberalism. It is reprinted with permission from A Time for Healing: American Jewry Since World War II, published by The Johns Hopkins University Press.

Sociologists, historians, and political scientists offered various explanations of American Jewish liberalism. In The Political Behavior of American Jews (1956),Lawrence Fuchs argued that liberalism emerged ineluctably from Jewish values, which stressed the importance of charity and social justice. Fuchs's interpretation, as many critics pointed out, ignored the fact that there was no correlation between the intensity of Jewish commitment and liberalism. Jews living in the shtetls of Eastern Europe or in Orthodox neighborhoods in Brooklyn were less liberal than more assimilated Jews. Prominent Jewish leftists were often contemptuous of Jewish tradition and interests.

The explanation of Jewish liberalism as a fulfillment of Judaism also downplayed the fact that Jewish leftism was intensely secular and rejected the Orthodox definition of Jewish identity. It is not surprising that the Jewish socialist labor movement and YIVO [founded in 1925 as an academic institute dedicated to the study of Yiddish and East European Jewish culture] emerged in Vilna, the Jerusalem of Europe, as opposing definitions of Jewish identity in the midst of the most intensely Orthodox Jewish community in eastern Europe.

Another interpretation looked not to Judaism but to recent history to explain this Jewish commitment to liberalism. Prior to the late nineteenth century, the Jewish political orientation in Europe and the Arab lands was passive. Jews feared the state and were detached from political involvement. Since the parties of the left in Europe in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries favored Jewish emancipation and opposed anti‑Semitism, Jews naturally supported the political left and distrusted the political establishment, which was often anti‑Semitic. In addition, the growth in Europe of an urban Jewish proletariat in the late nineteenth century encouraged Jews to look to various forms of socialism as panaceas for their economic and social difficulties

These liberal and leftist political impulses were reinforced when Jews migrated to America. The Forward, the most important Yiddish daily paper, was a socialist journal. It had on its masthead the slogan, "Workers of the World Unite." The political left in America, particularly during the 1930s, identified itself with the interests of what were termed the "urban masses," which included Jews. In addition, the fact that Franklin D. Roose­velt led America into war against Hitler intensified Jewish support for the liberal wing of the Democratic party. Jews, judge Jonah Goldstein jested, had three velts (worlds): die velt (this world), yene velt (the other world), and Roosevelt.

With good reason, Jews identified anti‑Semitism with the right. This accounted for their interpretation of Nazism as a right‑wing, reactionary movement, despite the fact that the word Nazism stood for National Socialism. In addition, they attributed the rise of Hitler to the economic and social dislocations caused by the Great Depression. A society that provided good housing, jobs, unemployment insurance, health care, and educational opportunities would, they believed, be less immune to anti‑Semitic demagogues. Liberalism was thus a bulwark against anti‑Semitism.

While favoring the amelioration of social and economic problems by a strong central government, the Jewish approach to politics also contained an anarchistic strain. Jews had a deep distrust of authority because established political and social authority had threatened Jewish interests. The Jewish approach to politics was expressed by the rabbi's response in Fiddler on the Roof when asked to compose a prayer for the czar. "Oh God,” the rabbi prayed, "please keep the czar…far away from us."

Jews had a knee-jerk sympathy for dissenters challenging the legitimacy of constituted authority. This was exhibited in the many Jewish members of the American Civil Liberties Union, the distrust of Jews of the police, and their willingness to give the benefit of the doubt to the powerless in any conflict with government or powerful economic interests.

In contrast to the Irish, Jews tended to view politics in terms of social and economic redemption rather than as an opportunity for personal advancement. Largely excluded from the politics of eastern Europe, most Jews did not believe politics was a place where a nice Jewish boy should pursue a career. Jews were influential in postwar American politics as intellectuals, contributors, and voters, but not as politicians. Skeptical toward politicians, Jews are not skeptical toward the political process. For them, it is the means to create a better world.

Whatever its origins, liberalism remained a major component of American Jewish identity after 1945. The most eloquent postwar defense of Jewish liberalism was Leonard Fein's 1988volume Where Are We? The Inner Life of America's Jews. Fein, the founder of Moment magazine and former professor at Brandeis University, wrote this book at a time when Jewish liberalism was under increasing attack from Jews. Viewing assimilation as unfaithful to American and Jewish tradition, but cognizant that less than ten percent of American Jews observed the traditional commandments of Judaism, Fein argued that only a commitment to economic justice "can serve as our preeminent motive, the path through which our past is vindicated, our present warranted, and our future affirmed.”

Edward Shapiro is a Professor of History at Seton Hall University.

From Shapiro, Edward S., A Time for Healing: American Jewry Since World War II.

© 1992. Reprinted with permission of The Johns Hopkins University Press.

5 years 46 weeks ago, 10:24 AM

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the remote past. Where is the data that speaks of 2000 to 2008?

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5 years 46 weeks ago, 10:29 AM

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more than 2 to 3% pts either way. I will find it and then you will be a believer? Or will my data then be skewed and more data will be needed. Have you ever spent time in New York or Florida? Check the Jewry there and see the demographics of Voter preference!

5 years 46 weeks ago, 10:37 AM

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November 11, 2008 | 3:57 pm

Omri Ceren: Jews vote ‘Democratic for reasons other than sound argument and good policy’
It’s fitting that Omri Ceren is just a dissertation away from having a doctorate in communication. The author of Mere Rhetoric—a blog popular with Republican Jews that deals mainly with American foreign policy, Israel and anti-Semitism in the Muslim world—Ceren is a many of many words.

Throughout the campaign Ceren blogged with concern about the prospect of Barack Obama winning, and as Obama earned a seemingly insurmountable lead during the final weeks of October, Ceren became a bit more of a prophet of doom then usual. The day before the election he churned out an epic post titled “70 Percent Of American Jews Ready To Say “We Didn’t Know” When Obama Detonates US-Israel Alliance (Plus: They Most Definitely Know).“

In the end, Obama actually received 78 percent of the Jewish vote. It turned out Ceren had undershot.

Though he comes from a very different place on the political spectrum than Philip Weiss, Ceren bases his feelings about Obama’s plans from Israel on the same premises. For Ceren they cause fear, for Weiss excitement. Coincidentally, I disagree with both of them and think Obama won’t be all carrot and no stick with rogue nations and will stay the course, for lack of a better expression, on U.S.-Israel relations.

Over the weekend I e-mailed Ceren a handful of questions about Obama, the president-elect’s fans in unfriendly Muslim countries and the path to peace. His responses are after the jump; like I said, he’s never at a loss for words:

On the eve of the election, you wrote “70 Percent Of American Jews Ready To Say ‘We Didn’t Know’ When Obama Detonates US-Israel Alliance (Plus: They Most Definitely Know).“ In the end, Obama got 78 percent of the Jewish vote.

5 years 46 weeks ago, 11:00 AM

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the "fact" that 78% vote is valid, therefore it must be considered opinion. On the other hand, an annual survey conducted [2007] by the AJC state that 58% of American Jews identify themselves as Democrats.[hard data].

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5 years 46 weeks ago, 11:21 AM

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OK, your point is? LLE

My statement is the true due to >50% or more Jews voting Democratic.

5 years 46 weeks ago, 11:33 AM

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look at your first post in this thread, they might easily get the impression that American Jews vote monolithically, across the board. That probably would not be accurate, if 42% of them are registered Republicans. and that is how stereotypes are created and perpetuated.

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5 years 46 weeks ago, 11:56 AM

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lastg time i said the j-word i was corrected.

5 years 46 weeks ago, 11:58 AM

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im with greasy too many things can be said incorrectly to step on some toes

any who poses a threat to me or my team must die!!!
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I'm gonna go grab a good ol foot long chili cheese dog for lunch. maybe sprinkle a little bacon on it. talk to you in a few

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5 years 46 weeks ago, 12:02 PM

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is that footlong

kosher?wouldnt want to be off topic here.

5 years 46 weeks ago, 12:04 PM

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wouldnt matter if it was a hebrew national, the bacon would muff it all up

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5 years 46 weeks ago, 12:24 PM

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is very funny, and does not offend anyone!!!!

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5 years 46 weeks ago, 3:37 PM

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If over 50 percent of the Jews are Democrats, I can't see how using the word "they" is incorrect. Of course that 50+ percent don't represent all Jews, but it does represent the majority, hence samD's use of the word "they" is completely correct and does not perpetuate a stereotype. Perhaps there is a bit of jealousy over samD being the most respected member and a certain other elder not getting the respect he deserves, hmm? I'm totally kidding about that, LLE. I don't want to perpetuate the stereotype of old men being crotchety old bastards.

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5 years 46 weeks ago, 10:21 PM

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but your opinion does not make fact. What is one to believe about the statement, "They will never win because they keep voting Liberal"? Has the "they" being referred to, ever lost anything?? What lesson is history supposed to have taught THAT particular "they", referred to as the "American Jewish population"--an all-encompassing term [100% vs 58%]. That is a clear perpetuation of a stereotype. I'll tell you what the "American Jewish population" has learned from history: "They" keep saying it over and over again--

"Never Again"

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5 years 46 weeks ago, 5:19 PM

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Way to much

I read it all, and leaning towards SamD's side, but it is a clever picture
that Coldfront sent, it's just a picture, take it with a grain of salt.

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5 years 46 weeks ago, 5:28 PM

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He is ready for

kicking ASS

5 years 46 weeks ago, 5:38 PM

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As I read this exchange, I think samD's point was that for members of the Jewish religion to vote for Obama is a huge leap of faith considering Obama's stated positions on Islam and Israel (though he keeps changing his tune.) We don't know exactly what Obama will be compelled to do, but if he cozies up to the Muslim world, it will be at the expense of Israel, and THAT is the real issue. In that context, Jews voting for Obama is non-sensical.

BTW, Although the Liberty incident still pisses me off, I am a die-hard and complete supporter of Israel in all respects.

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5 years 46 weeks ago, 6:30 PM

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on "Islam and Israel"? Please enlighten us, so that we may better see whether your "if", might have really concerned Jewish voters. From a practical consideration historically, since the founding of that country, American Jewish voters never differentiated between Republican or Democrat platforms vis-a-vis Israel, since those parts of both platforms were identical, and both candidates' views were perceived as identical. What is there about Obama's position that is so different?

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5 years 46 weeks ago, 6:47 PM

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LLE I think you need

more roughage in your diet. Kinda grouchy and testy today. Metamucil is good too. LOL
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5 years 46 weeks ago, 10:24 PM

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with my diet. As a matter of fact, I just had a big salad, and I have been very regular. LOL I think you may be confusing great conviction with grouchyness and testyness. I do, however, stop short of tilting at windmills.........SANCHO--My horse and armour!!!!!

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see whatcha started? a geriatric death match!!!!lololol

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5 years 46 weeks ago, 7:13 PM

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ebare, I guess it just

Depends...

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Depends

thats who sponsered this match?

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5 years 46 weeks ago, 7:15 PM

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i know, i bet neither one of them looked at the pic and chuckled. come on, that is the funniest thing i.ve seen. it must be hard to do that pose with 13 layers of clothing on.

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5 years 46 weeks ago, 7:36 AM

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to learn anything about the religion, you would realize that the picture shows an Orthodox, Chasidic Jew dancing---yes, I said dancing.
In the orthodox faith, men and women do not dance together.
There is absolutely nothing wrong with the picture, itself.

There is absolutely nothing FUNNY about the caption, under the picture, however. The caption disrespects and demeans the person pictured as well as a whole class of people, and if you think that is funny, I suggest you need a check on your mental health.

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LOL

AH POLITICS.......SPEAKIN OF WHICH...WHAT DOES SAMD CALL A COUPLE OF MEXICANS MAKING LOVE?????? TWO FUCKIN MEXICANS!!!!!!

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5 years 46 weeks ago, 7:19 PM

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lol ebear

did you see the other pic i posted just for you?

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I think it's funny

It's just as funny as the caption under the soldier holding the Barrett that makes a comment about sending liitle sheet heads to Allah. It is a demeaning comment disrespecting a religious and social symbol worn throughout the world by a group of people who have had a profound impact on our world in arts, science, and math. However, I think it is funny as well. Believing something is funny is not a statement of one's political, social, or ideological views. I laugh at myself and dumb things I do on a regular basis. Does that mean I dislike myself? I'm an active duty soldier who has been to Iraq three times. If I make fun of myself, of something I did that was stupid, does that mean I don't support our troops? We all have different senses of humor. You may not find somehing funny, but that doesn't mean that someone is being anti-semitic if he or she does.

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not so good at logical comparisons. You need to argue from context, rather than sense of humor. "Sending little sheet heads to Allah" in an environment of the war on islamo-terrorists[the enemy], and using a Barrett as a tool, is a purely Political context.

Demeaning and disrespecting a member of a particular religious group, and in doing so, demeaning and disrespecting the entire group of which he is a member, has nothing to do with politics. It has to do with prejudicial behavior which has been countenanced as acceptable over the ages, toward that particular group. This example is no different from similar racial, ethnic and religious slurs that are still uttered in various publics, except that this one uses a picture and print to project a scurrilous animus toward the group. I used the term "anti-Jewish", NOT anti-Semitic, so as to be as accurate as possible, since Arabs are also Semites.

If you believe the posting in question is funny, that is between you, your conscience and your Maker.

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well said runaway

well said runaway

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nice to see that this calmed down

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some body didnt take his aarp card

if its legal its probably not very fun
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the kung foo guy

here is the next one that needs his head ventalated. this time put a large white canvis behind him. BANG! One shot one kill!

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The Jew Word

First of all Kids, the Jews earned the right to be called a Jew. Now When I was growing up we used the word JEW as in "How much did you have to jew him down on the the price?" Or if a shopper came in to your store and said I'll give you $20.00 per tire[and the tires are priced at $40.00 apiece] I would say dont jew me down you cheep bastard. You see we were not talking about any race or religon, just the fact that jew ment to barter, or haggle,over a price in goods. Hell sakes Kids I didn't know what a Jew was till I was Married and had kids. But for the Christin yes I knew who the King Was!!
Now just for the Record Politicle correctness just pissis me off. A Jew is still a Jew. A Mexcain is still a Mexcain{Wet Back} a white man is still a Gringo, a Chinaman is still a Chink, An Americian Indian is still a wagon burner, an Italian is still a Wopp. by the way that is what a flat tire says when it goes around, Wopp, Wopp,Wopp!! Life is to DAMN short, live it, don't worry about correct shit, or you'll get ulcers. Don't sweat the small stuff.
Signed.
L.R. Hutch and if you got the balls you will sign what you write.

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If SamD and LLE didn't put in there 2,000.00 dollars worth, I would have mostly ignored the picture (after laughing), not thought much about it further and went on with my life...maybe too much thought was put into it in the first place? I am still going to laugh at all the jokes, pics, etc posted about Irish, drinking, fighting and being bleeders...just sayin'

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Firearms stand next in importance to the Constitution itself.
They are the American people's liberty teeth and keystone
under independence. -- George Washington
5 years 26 weeks ago, 8:34 AM

Farhan360

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Jew Jitsu

Politics? I came here for C-Murder and some 2Pac rap

5 years 11 weeks ago, 8:00 PM

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Is the training cheap?

Is the training cheap?

Taking (a) life one controled pair at a time.
5 years 5 days ago, 6:19 PM

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Sam D

I did not yet read your whole write up but one item did catch my eye.
The National Socialist Party, AKA the Nazi Party was not a right wing but rather a left wing group.
When I get more time I will read the whole thing.
This is not meant as a flame!
Love the JEW-JITSU, LOL.

INDIVIDUAL LIBERTY NEVER GOES OUT OF STYLE. If you do not love the CONSTITUTION AS IT IS WRITTEN then you are free to leave MY COUNTRY at this time.
4 years 49 weeks ago, 5:36 PM

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While I do not want to beat a dead horse, not having read Mr. Lyle Hutychins' long ago post until now, I believe the record needs to be set straight.

As we approach Christmas, it is particularly meaningful to comment.

Lyle-- let me explain the meaning of the word "stereotype". Your presentation concerning the term "jew" and how it is used when you say, "jew him down" is an afront to all people in that RELIGIOUS group. How did the term "jew" get to be used that way [to barter or haggle]? Every time that term is used in that way, the speaker is saying in effect, that "ALL jews are cheap bastard hagglers". Such a usage is called a stereotype. On it's face, that statement cannot logically be proven true, any more than "every man named Lyle is prejudiced against non-Christians",
can be proven true. Yet through usage over hundreds of years, people tend to develop and use such stereotypes: from your posting, for example, I might conclude the name/term "Lyle" is synonymous with a person who hates anyone who is not a Christian. If I did that, and used the term that way, I would have created a stereotype, no matter how ridiculous it appears to be.

You need to search your heart and value system, if, as you seem to reflect, you are a good Christian. I remind you, that Christ was born and raised a Jew. If He were to return tomorrow He would be a Jew; if He came to you face-to-face, to purchase Security services, and He found your price too high, would it be appropriate for you ask Him if He was tryng to 'jew you down'? " I think you know the correct answer. It is not appropriate because it insults Him and all jews everywhere, and I think we could say truthfully that the use of such language is not Christian.

Too old to fight, Too old to run, guess that's why I carry a gun! "would someone show this asshole the way out of town".[Rabbi Avram Belinski-aka "The Frisco Kid"]
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