We have two main political parties here in the US. The (Jewish) Democratic Party The (Jewish) Republican Party This was made clear by the recent debacle at the Democratic Convention. This was the first convention at which the Democrats did not put in BS about Jersusalem being the capital of Israel. The Republicans, of course, put that in their platform. Romney heard that the Dems were slighting the beloved Jews, the Chosen People of the whole universe we all bow down before every day, and he went nuts, saying that Obama “threw Israel under the bus.” In addition, according to the Guardian, large Jewish donors were upset about the platform and were making noises about withholding money to the Democrats. Since Jewish money and Black votes are the lifeblood of the Democratic Party, withholding Jewish money is like withdrawing blood from a hemophiliac. Without Jewish money, the Democratic Party dies. It’s as simple as that. So the Democrats put the language back in the platform as an amendment and called a vote on it. They held three votes, and it needed 2/3 to pass. Each time, they yeas were no greater than the nays. Nevertheless, Antonio Villaraigosa violated the rules by allowing the measure to pass even though it had been defeated. The Republicans then put on a big show about how embarrassing this had been for the Democrats and how the Democrats were the party of Israel-hating extremists. Many expressed outrage over the vote. Nevertheless, the fake vote was necessary. If the Dems defeated the amendment, the Republicans would have run all over them with charges of being Israel-haters. That ought to be a compliment, but in US politics, its’ an insult. The Democrats need to win the election, and Jewish-filled Florida is a toss-up. Furthermore, the party needs Jewish money. You gotta do what you gotta do to win, even if it means delivering fake votes on a convention floor. But it does indicate how Jewish money has corrupted both political parties here in the US. With the Republicans, it’s more of an ideological issue,a s they have an ideological interest in supporting Israel. With the Democrats, it’s a lot different. Support for the KKK Jews and their sick little hate state over in the Middle East ought to be antithetical to any progressive and antiracist political party with roots in the Civil Rights movement..
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