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Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Jeb Bush: James "F**k The Jews" Baker Wasn't Speaking For Me


Last night former Secretary of State James "F**k the Jews they wont vote for us anyway" Baker spoke at the conference of the anti-Israel group J Street and delivered his usual anti-Israel venom. Baker is one part of Jeb Bush's well stocked foreign policy team (outlined in the diagram above from the Washington Post). Upon learning about Baker's speech, Governor Bush distanced himself from his comments and his venue.
"Governor Bush consults a wide range of advisors on foreign policy," spokeswoman Kristy Campbell said. "While he respects Secretary Baker, he disagrees with the sentiments he expressed last night and opposes J Street’s advocacy. Governor Bush’s support for Israel and Prime Minister Netanyahu is unwavering, and he believes it's critically important our two nations work seamlessly to achieve peace in the region."

Bush also tweeted out support for Bibi last week:



And before his speech to congress:

There are many reasons why one would support or fight against Jeb Bush's candidacy for President. But if you are a friend of Israel, there should be nothing in Bush's background that should scare you away from the former Governor.

13 comments:

Jeff Dunetz said...

What an embarrassment we have in The Oval Office.

Jeff Dunetz said...

But if you are a friend of Israel, there should be nothing in Bush's background that should scare you away from the former Governor.



As a Jew and Zionist, James "F-ck the Jews" Baker is reason enough not to vote for Bush. And you Jeff, are shilling for a phoney.

Jeff Dunetz said...

I am not shilling for anyone... I did not say I support bush ( I will not support any primary candidate). I am just telling the truth. He has a zillion advisers, I believe that Baker is only there to pay homage to his dad. Notice he put distance between him and baker first thing in the AM before anyone complained

Jeff Dunetz said...

If Jeb Bush can hire Jew-hating bastards for his foreign policy team, what else should we pro-Israel Zionists trust him with Jeff? Will he rein in the UN? Or the ICC? Or Iran?

Jeff Dunetz said...

first of all bakers not getting paid...secondly look at the entire list...most of them are very pro-Israel. He is a governor he has a long list of people so he looks like he has foreign policy creds. If the guy was an anti-Semite would he have been able to get reelected in Florida?


I am not saying support him, I am not even saying he is the MOST pro Israel (Cruz or Rubio are probably the most) All I am saying is he is not anti-Semitic or anti-Israel

Jeff Dunetz said...

Actions Jeff. Not words.

Jeff Dunetz said...

Embarrassment? He's a complete disaster!!

Jeff Dunetz said...

Surprized you would as such an inane question? Those same Florida Jews overwhelmingly voted for Obama twice.

Jeff Dunetz said...

I think it is fair to surmise that James Baker is there as an all around foreign policy expert, not as a specialist on Israel or the Middle East.


Now maybe he's no expert on anything anyway, I don't know..

Jeff Dunetz said...

The Last thing America and Israel need is another Bush in Office. Seems there are some maybe even many who never learn. Based on who you are and what you aim to achieve through your blog, one should expect a blanket rejection of Jeb . The Family is undeserving of any benefit of doubt. I find your attempt to explain away his links to Baker illuminating.

Jeff Dunetz said...

This is the introduction I wrote to a post today:After publishing the former Florida Governor's backing away from the
statements made by his father's Secretary of State James "F**k The Jews"
Baker, I received some negative comments saying I didn't really support
Israel, and it was a shill piece for Bush. Understand, just like I
have published interviews of Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, Scott Walker and
more, the purpose of these posts is to share information with possible
voters. As of now I do not have a personal choice for 2016, I have
eliminated two (Donald Trump who is a clown, and Ben Carson who is a
good man but not ready). If I decide to endorse a candidate during the
primaries you, the reader will know before anyone else (except my wife, I
tell her everything first and she tells me everything-on a need to know
basis).

Jeff Dunetz said...

As you know, we agree on that. I was being polite.

Jeff Dunetz said...

What wrong with another Bush?????