Tuesday, July 19, 2011
Why Is J Street So Controversial?
The noted left wing self-hating rag that is the Jerusalem Post carries an article noting that J Street's positions are nearly identical to 30 percent of the Knesset (Kadima, Labor and Meretz) as well as strikingly similar to every White House administration dating to 1991. Not really news to anyone paying attention. So why is J Street so controversial asks Michael Omer-Man, author of the piece? According to Omer-Man, perhaps because J Street is the new kid on the block. Too easy. There's a lot more to it than that. I'll try to address it in the coming days.
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