Their embracing of the mob didn't go over well in some circles. Today the GOP had the temerity to point this out. See for yourself.
So instead of slinking away in humiliation, Israel pisses and moans, desperate to deflect attention from his idiocy.
Firing back against the ad, Mr. Israel told supporters in an e-mail Thursday that Republicans were using these attacks to distract from the discussion about job creation and the economy.Thanks to Ben for the video.
“The personal attacks they’ve launched on me for standing with you are nothing in comparison to the hardships faced by middle-income families across America every day,” he said.
But the Republicans refused to budge, sending their own e-mail on Thursday with the subject line, “sorry, we’re not sorry.”
“Someone at the D.C.C.C. is very upset that we would have the audacity to highlight their support for the Occupy Wall Street movement and the extreme anti-Semitic and incendiary rhetoric coming from protesters,” Paul Lindsay, the communications director for the Republican campaign committee, said. “I wonder why.”
Israel's email today is even more hysterical.
Today they hit a new low.Who's questioning his religion? Personal attacks? Where? There arent any.
The extreme right wing has launched an outrageous attack to distract us from their reckless economic policies: They are questioning my commitment to my own religion.
All the GOP is doing is reminding the public who Israel proudly stands with.
I don't question his religion. I question his sanity.