There are good objective reasons for Republican detachment from Israel. Bush reluctantly donned the yarmulke, but Breger noticed he had removed it before the ceremony concluded. Writing about the two candidates over this past month, Maureen Dowd of the New York Times shrewdly saw something: Bush had tears in his eyes, Hoenlein said, and insisted he never intended offense. Which makes his appointments to key policy positions that much more important. Baker was aiming his ire at another Cabinet member, Zeidman said, and intended it as a joke.
At U.N. and in the White House, Bush's troubled ties with American Jews
If they want a jewish holocaust written in the history books, let's give them one! While some of these actions were secret at the time, Bush was averse to claiming responsibility even in subsequent years. During the first term Obama continued to surround himself with anti-Israel and anti-Semitic advisers even including Al Sharpton who led two anti-Jewish riots in NYC, or Robert Malley who has not only written anti-Israel essays but his dad was a close friend of Yasser Arafat, these haters plus many more were all appointed without a peep from the supposed Jewish leadership. The Jews are launching their offensive on the Constitution and America itself!
Trump has aligned himself with the enemy and has betrayed the American people! After years, it doesn't appear that will happen. Baker had his facts right: They didn't vote for us anyway.
The Weekly Roundup The week's top stories from The DP and beyond, meticulously curated for parents and alumni, and delivered into your inboxes every Sunday morning. Fred Zeidman, a Houston area businessman and GOP fundraiser who is friendly with the Bush family and with Baker, said the remark has long been misunderstood. Build a museum of aliyah. But why, pray tell, was Kristy Campbell issuing this reassurance of Jeb Bush's deep, unwavering, total love for Benjamin Netanyahu's Israel late on a Monday night? Baker is pretty much where the Obama administration is regarding a diplomatic solution to Iran's nuclear program -- although he does think it should go before Congress -- and Netanyahu's intransigence on securing a two-state solution. They didn't vote for us anyway.