Joseph Farrah – No Respect

While its no secret that the conservative media pulls no punches when it comes to blasting those whose political positions differ from there’s, its mindless to expect that there should actually be limits.

One of the reasons I respect John Kerry is because his views are similar to my own. I may religiously believe that abortion is wrong, but that does not give me the right to impose my personal beliefs on those whose lives or backgrounds led to different beliefs than my own.
In a recent column, the WorldNetDaily guru wastes no time, drawing an analogy from Nazi Germany, which really makes no sense.

It does not make him a double talker – it makes him a good American.

“I can’t take my Catholic belief, my article of faith, and legislate it on a Protestant or a Jew or an atheist,” he [Kerry] said in an interview. “We have separation of church and state in the United States of America.”


If John Kerry lived in Nazi Germany, would he suggest that he couldn’t impose his religious and moral views on his countrymen by trying to protect the lives of Jews, who were considered sub-human by the ruling authorities?

As we have learned time and again in this campaign, anyone drawing Nazi refrences to prove a baseless point make themselves irrelevant.

But hey, that’s just me, as most Jews seem to love this guy. I’m sure people like the Jewish Press will continue to proudly print Farrah’s rhetoric on page 3 (see last ish) because if there’s one thing we American Jews have been taught, it is that we simply must seek to impose and force our own beliefs upon the masses and act just like [sic] the Nazis.

There’s a fine line between “Vchai Bahem” and a “Light Unto The Nations.”

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