Over at Let Freedom Rain*, two posts from Jymn note the courageous stand taken by the activists of Young Jewish Proud, in contrast to Steve's craven leg-humping. By now we're all familiar with the pattern: "standing with Israel" inevitably dovetails with pathetic and transparent attempts to equate all criticism of Israel with anti-Semitism, making it easier to criminalize it as "hate speech" and thus silence it along with any substantive debate. Anyone think Ezra, that principled Free Speech Warrior, will have a problem with that? What are the odds? If these little Ziobots have their way, the very phrase "Palestinian human rights" will soon be verboten.
As for Stevie ... oy gevalt. I'm tempted to shrug it off with the fatalistic observation that everyone needs a hobby, but honestly, it's embarrassing already.
Yo, Steve? I don't want you on my team. Go home. Gerry Caplan had it right almost a year ago with the story that ends with the punchline: "Tell God to choose someone else next time ... "
As for the principled landsmen at YJP, zay gesundt. I'm sure you have a sense of the shitstorm that's going to land on you, if it hasn't already. The flying Ziomonkeys will be unleashed. Accusations of anti-Semitism, Jewish self-hatred, maybe even a spot on the Masada 2000 S.H.I.T. list ...
(*Is it bad form to link there, now that I'm cross-posting there?)
Update: Probably better here, since what Stevie's demonstrating is a textbook example of blackwhite, doublethink and duckspeak, all at once. With his sickly talk of "principle," what he's in fact showing is his utter lack thereof.