A pro-McCain letter e-mailed to Pennsylvania Jews suggested that a vote for Barack Obama could bring another Holocaust.
Pennsylvania Democrats are calling on U.S. Sen. John McCain™s campaign to disavow the letter from the state Republican Party™s œVictory 2008 committee.
The letter, which reportedly was sent to 75,000 Jews, was signed by three prominent Jewish Republicans, including Sandra Schultz Newman, a former state Supreme Court justice, and I. Michael Coslov, the campaign chairman of the Philadelphia Federation of Greater Philadelphia.
The e-mail, after extolling McCain™s record and questioning U.S. Sen. Barack Obama™s commitment to Israel — as well as his associations with William Ayers and the Rev. Jeremiah Wright — says that œJewish Americans cannot afford to make the wrong decision on Tuesday, November 4th, 2008. Many of our ancestors ignored the warning signs in the 1930s and 1940s and made a tragic mistake. Let’s not make a similar one this year.
Michael Barley, a spokesman for the Pennsylvania Republican Party, told The New York Times that the e-mail “definitely went a little bit farther than the facts would support” and that the political operative who composed it had been fired.
“This individual never worked for our campaign and that sort of rhetoric has no place in it,” said Paul Lindsay, a McCain-Palin spokesman. “The only candidate in this race who needs to repudiate anything is Barack Obama, who has failed to be straightforward with the American people about his relationship with unrepentant terrorist William Ayers.”
If you’re compiling a checklist of pandering, Sen. Obama has been characterized at one time or another as a practicing Muslim, an anti-American, a socialist, an elitist, a baby killer and now, an anti-Israel operative at the least, an accessory to genocide at worst. Clearly, it’s taken all sorts of decorum on the part of the nation’s hate fuckers not to point out Obama’s ties to Satanism, stewardship of the Robert Wuhl Fan Club or plans to make same sex marriage mandatory by the age of 12.
Also, the Democratic nominee’s opponents might not be aware of this, but apparently, he’s black, too.