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Debbie Does Doubletalk: New TV ad slams Wasserman Schultz

Posted On January 24 , 2014
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Today the Emergency Committee for Israel released “Double Talk,” a 30-second TV ad that will begin airing this weekend in Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s congressional district.

The ad highlights Wasserman Schultz’s attempt to deceive her constituents by portraying herself as a staunch supporter of Iran sanctions — even as news reports confirm she is working behind the scenes to kill bipartisan House and Senate measures that endorse new sanctions should talks with Iran fail.

The spot will air multiple times on cable news and Sunday political shows in South Florida over the next several days.

Emergency Committee for Israel executive director Noah Pollak said, “Debbie Wasserman-Schultz is trying to play her pro-Israel constituents for fools – telling them she supports Iran sanctions while she’s hard at work in Washington trying to kill bipartisan House and Senate measures for the most partisan of reasons.”

For any questions or media inquiries, please contact ECI’s executive director, Noah Pollak: noah@committeeforisrael.com, 202-421-4092.

PALIN ‘likes’ Canadian PM Harper for supporting Israel

Posted On January 21 , 2014
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‘IMPEACH OBAMA’ urges liberal Jewish pundit Nat Hentoff

Posted On January 21 , 2014
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Note that Hentoff was one of the first national journalists to publish support for Sarah Palin, in April 2008, after her decision to give birth to her son Trig, who had been diagnosed in utero with Down Syndrome.

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h/t: NK

PALIN says she is NOT ruling out a presidential run in 2016

Posted On January 14 , 2014
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Her presidential comments are in the vid, not the text.

Via Mediaite

PALIN’S FATHER harassed by IRS SIX TIMES since 2008

Posted On January 13 , 2014
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To Israelis he evicted from Gaza, Ariel Sharon was no hero

Posted On January 13 , 2014
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Nine years after being kicked out of their homes, thousands still living in rural poverty.

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