Jewish Democrats are warned

Democrat target audience

Jewish Democrats at the convention have been treated to a strategy session designed just for them and designed to teach them how to proselytize fellow Jews in the coming months, but were cautioned against engaging in discussions with that most feared of all Democrat opponents, the person who knows what he’s talking about:

Audience members were asked to talk to their friends, but skip the “10 to 12%” who are strong Repulicans and are “intelligent, accomplished, smart, very practiced debaters.”

It’s rumored that Greenwich Democrats loaned Dollar Bill to N.C. to serve as a ventriloquist’s dummy for those wishing to hone their debating skills among the unwashed and stupid.

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  1. Peg

    Chris; great photo! I think I see my Uncle Bob out in front!

  2. Liar Liar

    Pants on Fire Little Miss Wasserman-Schultz: this is incredible! From marklevin.com:

    The Israeli ambassador to America, Michael Oren, has released a statement rebuking the chair of the Democratic National Party.

    Earlier today, Phil Klein reported:

    Democratic National Committee chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz claimed on Monday that Israel’s ambassador to the United States has accused Republicans of being “dangerous” to Israel by criticizing President Obama’s record.

    The Florida congresswoman made the charge at a training session for Jewish Democrats held by the Obama campaign here at the Democratic National Convention, aimed at teaching Jewish Democrats how to convince their fellow Jews to vote for Obama.

    Much of the session, which featured a string of speakers from the Obama campaign, was devoted to defending Obama’s record on Israel. During her talk, Wasserman Schultz said that Republicans, who “can’t get anywhere with our community on domestic issues” instead “do everything they can to lie and distort and mischaracterize this president’s stellar record on Israel.”

    Ambassador Michael Oren just released this statement:

    “I categorically deny that I ever characterized Republican policies as harmful to Israel. Bipartisan support is a paramount national interest for Israel, and we have great friends on both sides of the aisle.”