Franken: ‘I don’t think Minnesota is ready for a gentile in this seat’
ed note–HA HA HA HA HA HA HO HO HO HO HO HO, HEE HEE HEE HEE HEE HEE…
That’s how they always do it, masquerade their Judaic supremacism and scorn for Gentiles with wit (?) and humor.
Franken’s statement is instructive on other levels as well–
1. If 2 non-Jews ANY-FREAKING-WHERE occupied a particular state’s two US Senate seats and one of them quipped–even jokingly–the equivalent of Franken’s statement but in the opposite direction, that ‘Such-and-such state isn’t ready for a Jew in this seat’, the noise erupting from it would be ear-splitting, and that is putting it mildly.
2. Franken’s statement reveals that indeed he–as well as all his cohorts–views the world in bi-polar terms, meaning Jew and Gentile, something which Gentiles–for reasons related to their own survival–need to do as well. After all, what’s sauce for the goose should be sauce for the gander as well, right?
3. Franken’s statement ‘I can’t figure out how a Jew is for school prayer…The only way I’d be for school prayer is if it were the Sh’ma’ also betrays the fact that as much as they claim to be ‘simpatico’ with Christian civilization, constantly donning the idiotic phrase ‘Judeo-Christian’ when seducing idiotic Westerners into supporting all things Jewish, the fact is, they’re not at all. They say these things in the same way that a prostitute woos and coos, referring to her client as ‘baby’, but it is all an act and part of the necessary theatrics in plying their criminal trade and furthering their own interests.
Two Jews running against each other for the U.S. Senate seat in Minnesota? It’s not unique, it’s tradition, says Democratic candidate Al Franken. After noting to JTA that the three previous elections for the seat have also matched two Jews – Rudy Boschwitz vs. Paul Wellstone twice, then Wellstone (before he died in a plane crash a week before Election Day) vs. current incumbent Norm Coleman. “I don’t think Minnesota is ready for a gentile in this seat,” he quipped.
Franken, best known for his tenure as a writer and performer on “Saturday Night Live,” told the same story a few minutes later to the crowd at the National Jewish Democratic Council’s Washington Conference. And it’s clear he’s not leaving his sense of humor behind while campaigning.
Asked by JTA about the importance of NJDC to his campaign, he replied, “Being Jewish myself, it’s a natural constituency. And being a Democrat myself, and liking committees – and national ones at that – it’s a perfect fit.”
In his remarks to NJDC, Franken criticized Republican Coleman for his “100 percent rating by the Christian Coalition.”
“I can’t figure out how a Jew is for school prayer,” he said. “The only way I’d be for school prayer is if it were the Sh’ma.”
Franken said the difference in his race – which is currently a dead heat – would be the question: “Who is your senator going to work for?” Coleman, he said, is the “largest recipient in Minnesota political history” of donations from the pharmaceutical, oil and insurance industries.” Is he “working for the special interests,” asked Franken, “or the people of Minnesota?”
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