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Petition: Tell RJC to Stop Promoting Falsehoods About the Obama Administration

Aaron Keyak — March 17, 2009 – 11:51 am | Barack Obama | Foreign Policy | Israel | Republicans | Stop the Smears Comments (4) Add a comment

The Republican Jewish Coalition’s (RJC) website has posted an article titled, “Obama: Pro-Israel talk, anti-Israel walk,” that is full of falsehoods and slander. There is a difference between fair partisan disagreements and blatantly spreading falsehoods about the administration of President Barack Obama.

For just a few examples of these shameful distortions, see today’s TPM post by Ira N. Forman.

By signing this petition, you are joining the National Jewish Democratic Council in calling for RJC to stop promoting these types of outrageous falsehoods.

Click here to sign up.

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Daniel B. Rubin | March 17, 2009 – 5:05 pm

Spreading falsehoods about the President of the US only serves the interests of our nation’s enemies. The RJC is doing a disservice for our mutual interests.

Mike Galos | March 18, 2009 – 10:16 am

It says a lot when a political group can only rely on lying rather than an honest discussion of the issues. RJC, come back to honest debate in an informed democracy. To do otherwise is a shanda.

Mark Mansfield | October 3, 2009 – 8:31 pm

Israeli opinion of Obama is incredibly low. Obama’s timetable for tough consequences, including possible military action, for Iran is far too long. By the time any serious sanctions are in place, or better yet before military force is on the table, if ever in the Obama administration’s case, Iran will likely have more than enough fissile material for several warheads.

Paul Pharmer | October 10, 2012 – 12:30 pm

Can you tell me if the founder of Home Depot is speaking for them when he voices his support for Romney in the current TV ad sponsored by the RJC?

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