Face of the day

 

Today’s face of the day wants the liberal vote but is refusing to play the same card played by Obama and Clinton. The liberals loved Obama because he played the colour-of-his-skin card. A vote for Obama was a vote to elect the first-ever Black president. It made liberal voters’ knickers sticky. It made white women feel good about how non-racist they were. Hillary Clinton knows how the game is played. A vote for her is a vote for the first-ever female president. She plays the sex card because, again, liberals get sticky knickers at the thought of being non-sexist enough to make a woman president. Bernie Sanders has a card that will make him a first too but he refuses to play it. Why do you think that is?

 

Toward the beginning of Thursday night’s Democratic debate, Bernie Sanders had the perfect opportunity to tout that he would be the first Jewish president.

Asked whether he’s worried about blocking the inauguration of the first female president, the Independent Vermont senator pointed out that he too would make history if voted into the White House.
“Well, you know, from a historical point of view, somebody with my background, somebody with my views, somebody who has spent his entire life taking on the big money interests — I think a Sanders victory would be of some historical accomplishment as well,” he said.

By “background and views,” Sanders ostensibly meant that he’s a 74-year-old Jewish socialist from New York with more than a hint of a Brooklyn accent.

Sanders roots have garnered growing attention as he’s risen in the polls. In the past week, there’s been the revelation about the Israeli kibbutz he worked on, his appearance on “Saturday Night Live” as Bernie Sanderswitzky, the hoopla around him becoming the first Jew to win a presidential primary in New Hampshire and his televised return to his Brooklyn neighborhood.

But the Vermont senator still has yet to say the word “Jewish” on the national political stage, leaving some in the Jewish community disappointed — or simply confused.

As reported by Jewish Insider, an array of pundits and others took to Twitter during Thursday night’s debate to raise the question Why?

When the debate turned toward foreign policy — a policy area where Clinton has had the upper hand throughout the race — Sanders also managed to not say the word “Israel.”

-timesofisrael.com

My guess is that Bernie’s Jewishness confuses the liberal voters. They have been brainwashed to hate Jews and love Socialism. Bernie is both. It is a bit like their disconnect with Islam. They have been trained to tolerate Islam’s barbaric culture yet have devoted their lives to championing women’s rights and gay rights.

 


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