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His views on Israel might be eccentric, but the Republican establishment can't ignore Ron Paul

His views on Israel might be eccentric, but the Republican establishment can't ignore Ron Paul

But by cutting Paul out of Wednesday's forum, the Republican Jewish Coalition denied a voice to a growing Libertarian movement that wants to recalibrate foreign policy for largely benign reasons. The Coalition tried to do what many establishment Republicans have been doing for years: label Paul a fringe candidate and delegitimise him. But you just can’t do that to a top tier contender, and you can’t do it to Ron Paul anymore. It’s not up to the Republican Jewish Coalition to pick winners and losers.

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I wonder if the American Jewish population

that disagrees with RP know about this? http://www.thenation.com/blog/164903/netanyahu-israeli-jews-...

NEW YORK (JTA) – Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is canceling an ad campaign aimed at luring Israeli expatriates home that some American Jews have found offensive.

The ads, produced by Israel’s Ministry of Immigrant Absorption, attempt to convey the message that the children and families of Israeli expats will not have Israeli identities if they stay in the Diaspora. This week, the Jewish Federations of North America called the ads “insulting,” and the head of the Anti-Defamation League said they were “demeaning.”

or if the Christian zionists know about this controversial ad which has been pulled http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JAkXBULjUCk

RP R3VOLution

"His views on Israel" are NOT eccentric.

The people who think his views are eccentric, are the eccentric ones who are poorly educated on the truth of the matters at hand.

you are correct sir

they are dead on correct