Shorter Nancy Pelosi: “Republican Jews are just in it for the money.”

Posted by: Phineas on July 30, 2012 at 2:04 pm

**Posted by Phineas

But you Jews are very smart!

Wow. In an interview with Bloomberg’s Al Hunt, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), dismissed growing concerns among Jews about President Obama’s lack of support for Israel and a growing number supporting Mitt Romney with the following statement of tolerance:

Pelosi made the comments in response to whether Jewish voters would support President Barack Obama in the presidential election later this year.

“I think [Obama] will” win the Jewish vote, Pelosi said, when pressed on the subject. “I think that he will, because the fact is when the facts get out. You know, as many of the Republicans are using Israel as an excuse, what they really want are tax cuts for the wealthy. So Israel, that can be one reason they put forth.”

The interviewer then added, “That’s why some of the Republican Jewish supporters are really active.”

Pelosi responded, “Well, that’s how they’re being exploited. And they’re smart people.

In other words, Jews supporting the Republicans this year don’t really give a tinker’s cuss about Israel, they’re just being… greedy. She might as well have added:

“And they’re sharp dressers and good dancers, but I wouldn’t want my sister marrying one.”

Nah. No stereotyping here. Not from a progressive. They’re just too open-minded for that.

The unnamed editor at Twitchy.com is spot-on. This is just one example of the Left’s corporatist, racialist obsession with identity politics:

Ms. Pelosi, like her fellow travelers, believes that everyone should be packaged up into little identity group boxes. And then blindly follow along with whatever their Democrat masters tell them to do, and think. They know best, you see. All “you people” should just think alike! It’s the same thing Senator Boxer (D-Calif.) did when she was flabbergasted that a black man disagreed with the NAACP. And when Harry Reid (D-Utah) sneered, “I don’t know how anyone of Hispanic heritage could be a Republican.

They are the racists, the sexists and the bigots, because they believe that some people aren’t individuals and cannot think for themselves. In Nancy Pelosi’s case, she also adds vile anti-Semitism to the mix. All “those people” care about is money.

Standard question: Can you imagine the reaction if a Republican had said what Nancy said?

UPDATE: Twitchy.com later corrected their post to show that Harry Reid is from Nevada, not Utah. (Thanks to Yvonne in the comments for pointing that out, so I could pass it to Twitchy.)

(Crossposted at Public Secrets)

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5 Responses to “Shorter Nancy Pelosi: “Republican Jews are just in it for the money.””

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  1. Yvonne says:

    I agree with all of the above save one detail — Harry Reid is NOT from Utah. He wouldn’t stand a chance in Utah.

  2. Drew the Infidel says:

    One has to wonder why it is commiecrats demand perfection from others when they will settle for so much less in themselves. Ever since Patooti made that crack about Boehner’s going directly to Obhammud to discuss the budget as “going over to the dark side”, nothing the irresponsible and dishonest media lets pass surprises me where a commiecrat is concerned. They tried to excuse it as a “Star Wars” reference. I guess so; it was made by the biggest “space cadet” in Congress.

  3. Carlos says:

    Has anyone else noticed that Pelousy has an extremely difficult time expressing even two consecutive thoughts that make a lick of sense, and frequently talks in gobbledegook sentences that have to be studied and interpreted in the context of what starts out as lunacy and goes downhill from there?

    Makes one wonder how she ever passed a fourth-grade language course.

  4. BBHunter says:

    - A shorter Pelosi would just make the Botox bulges at her ankles more pronounced.

  5. Zippy says:

    Being of Italian-American heritage, to think that any self respecting Italian would vote for Obama, is a disgrace to my nationality. I thought my people KNEW better.