Trunkline 2012: Tuesday Tidbits From The Presidential Race – 5/29/12

Bookmark and Share  Today we take a look at some powerful pitches made by Mitt and some heavy hits taken by President Obama, as well as a look at the interesting background of lil’ liberal puke Chris Hayes of “They’re not heroes” fame, the not so amsrt gay marriage battle by Democrtas, a new Romney ad, and much more from aroun the web and out of the campaign trail.

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Is Ron Paul AntiSemitic?

Calling Ron Paul “misguided and extreme”, the Republican Jewish Coalition has elected to not invite Ron Paul to their candidate forum on December 7.  The other candidates who have attended recent debates will all be present.  Ron Paul’s views have been characterized as isolationist, despite his insistence otherwise, and he has made some statements in the past that are very offensive to Jewish groups, such as calling Gaza a concentration camp.

The Republican Jewish Coalition said that inviting Ron Paul would be no different than inviting Barack Obama when it came to policy on Israel and Israel’s enemies.

Occasionally, I invite comments on the blog and this is one of those instances.  I know plenty of Ron Paul supporters.  I consider most to be conservative constitutionalists and pretty normal.  But I also have acquaintances who are Ron Paul fans and anti-Semitic.  Aaron Goldstein at the American Spectator suggests that anti-Semitism runs rampant among Paul supporters.  Are you a Ron Paul fan?  Do you think Ron Paul is anti-Semitic?  Or is the Republican Jewish Coalition simply misunderstanding Ron Paul’s stance on Israel?

 

Trunkline 2012: Tuesday Tidbits From The Republican Presidential Race – 11/08/11

Bookmark and Share   Today’s political news sees Occupy Wall Street vacated, Rick Perry promising to tear D.C. apart, Republican presidential aspirants leery of the super committee’s deficit deal, comparisons of Newt to Churchill and Herman to FDR, two potential senate power players weighing endorsements, Michele Bachmann putting the boys in their place and much more, all for you in Trunkline 2012.

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Trunkline 2012: Thursday’s News from the Race for the White House – 10/6/11

Bookmark and Share   Voters react to Sarah Palin’s decision and the loss of Steve Jobs, while the candidates react to the Occupy protestors and Mitt Romney’s shenanigans.  Meanwhile Herman Cain rejects Rick Perry, Sean Hannity takes on Bill Maher and asks where the rest of us are, and the media tries to define the Republican presidential contest for us.  All this and more in today’s news from the campaign trail…..

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