Wednesday, October 05, 2005 Embraces Nazi Defender

by Joel Mowbray - October 5, 2005 -
In its e-mail endorsing the antiwar rally held in Washington, D.C. over the weekend, took the unusual step of notifying its 3.5 million members that though it wanted people to attend the event, it had “disagreements on a range of issues” with the organizers.

What the e-mail left curiously unanswered was what exactly constitutes the “range of issues” with which they disagree.

Could it be spearheading the cause of Nazi war criminals? Or playing defense for the likes of other war criminals, including Slobodan Milosevic and Saddam Hussein? Or serving as defense attorney for one of bin Laden’s top deputies?

Or was it something trivial, like the color of the background for the 9/11 conspiracy theory signs?

MoveOn.Org will not express what it is they are in disagreement with, since it would alienate so many of their supporters. How can there be that much they disagree with since they are funded by the same people, keep showing up at each other's events, and never publicly criticize each other.

It is clear that the democratic left has aligned itself with these anti-American globalists so their minor protestations of “disagreements on a range of issues” cannot separate them from the company they keep.


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