02-19-2010, 06:28 AM
CPAC Tea Party Launch Event Hosted By Anti-Semitic
| CPAC Tea Party Launch Event Hosted By Anti-Semitic, Israel-Hating, Tax-Defrauding Islamic Terrorist Buddy |
By Debbie Schlussel
The Tea Party activists, who claim they are anti-establishment, are actually very establishment, after all. So establishment that theyíve embraced the same anti-Semitic, Israel-hating, Islamo-panderers that the conservative movement has embraced. No, Iím not talking about Sarah Palin telling FOX Newsí Chris Wallace that she takes the advice of Hitler-fan Pat Buchananís syndicated columns (she did say that).
Iím talking about Grover Norquist, whose Americans for Tax Reform is a major sponsor of the Tea Party launch event, Tea Party Patriotsí manifesto, at todayís start of CPAC (the Conservative Political Action Conference). Norquist bragged to Politico that he is behind the tea party activistsí presence at CPAC. Thatís braggadocio the tea party people would run away from if they truly abhor anti-Semitism, anti-Israel activism, and Muslim extremism. But they arenít running the other way. They are embracing Norquist. And Norquist isnít just embraced by Tea Partiers in Washington or in town for CPAC, but by key Tea Party leaders, organizers, and activists in every state, whom heís traveled to meet and who also embrace him and ask him for guidance.
And then there is my own experience with the Islamic McCarthyism that is the Norquist brand:
Norquist got the spineless Heritage Foundation (and its Islamic lobbyist chief, Edwin Feulner, whom he took on a trip to meet the emir of Qatar) and the Town Hall site, which Heritage then owned, to remove my columns, because he was upset that I wrote about Republican Congressman Darrell Issaís embrace of Hezbollah, terrorist state Syria, and anti-profiling laws for Arabs and Muslims. Norquist, a National Rifle Association board member, who got the NRA to revoke a written invitation to me to speak at its annual national convention because he was upset that I wrote about his close friend, Sami Al-Arianís founding, involvement in, and terrorist fundraising for Islamic Jihad (a bombing he funded murdered New Jersey college student, Alisa Flatow, a friend of my sisterís). The NRA revoked the dis-invitation only when I was about to discuss their behavior on the Howard Stern syndicated radio show.
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