Sunday, August 13, 2006
Is Joe Lieberman Democrat, Independent, or Republican?
Joe Lieberman is neither a Democrat or an Independent, and I wonder if he is even a Republican. If we have to put a name on him, maybe "opertunist" would be fitting. The true effects of the defeat of Lieberman are now being seen in the Jewish community. The Republican Jewish Coalition is now beginning a campaign to smear the Democratic party. This, in my mind, is pretty strange in the light that Joe was running as a member of the Democratic party. Now he is going to run as an independent? This is ludicroius!
It is obvious that he is dependent on his allience with the Bush administration, as well as the Republican Jewish Coalition.
RJC Launches Ad Campaign on Lieberman Loss
Contact: Executive Director Matthew Brooks
Wednesday, August 9, 2006
The Republican Jewish Coalition (RJC) today announced it will begin a national advertising campaign to challenge the Jewish community to consider the nature of today’s Democratic Party given the defeat of Senator Joe Lieberman.
“Joe Lieberman was a voice of support for Israel. That voice has been silenced by the Democratic Party. America and Israel are worse off for it.” the RJC ad says.
“The Democratic Party is being taken over by the Cindy Sheehan, Howard Dean, Al Sharpton wing which represents weakness on foreign policy and neutrality toward Israel,” said RJC Executive Director Matt Brooks. “The left-wing defeat of Senator Joe Lieberman is a troubling development for all Jewish Americans who care about a strong national defense and support for Israel. Now that the Democrats have voted Joe Lieberman out of the party, Jewish Democrats should ask themselves, ‘Is this the political party I want to be part of?’”
The RJC advertisement will run in Jewish newspapers across the country. A PDF file is attached and it can be viewed on the RJC web site at www.RJCHQ.org.