Presidential candidate John McCain, also known as President Bush’s main tag, has taken a page from the book of Abe Foxman, head of the Anti-Defamation League. Foxman, King of the Repudiators, is famous (at least in part) for his call for international repudiation of Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan. McCain is finding that the repudiation game can pay dividends:
HILTON HEAD, South Carolina (CNN) – Republican presidential candidate John McCain criticized the field of Democratic presidential hopefuls Sunday for failing to apologize for the controversial MoveOn.org advertisement that referred to General David Petraeus as “General Betray Us.”
“Now, they acknowledge that [Petraeus] is an honorable and fine military man, but they refuse to repudiate MoveOn.org,” McCain said of the Democrats. “And as you say, if you can’t stand up to them, how can you stand up to the tough challenges that are presented to you as President of the United States? I don’t know the answer to that.”
The irony of folks standing on the appropriated land of impoverished and enslaved Africans calling for repudiation (a Zionist tactic) is priceless. Most Democrats are sufficiently spineless to ignore McCain’s appeal…but, it’s unlikely that any of them will pass up an opportunity to ask Johnny Mac why he persists in being W’s byatch.
On that score, I’m sure it’s “No comment.”
Since Minister Farrakhan has been banned from travel to the U.K., perhaps the free-speech loving Democrats can call on Bush, McCain, Foxman and the new Brit president to repudiate the noxious policy that precludes this leader from addressing the many millions of African, Caribbean and European-born Blacks who’d like to hear his message.