` A free tip to writers of all political stripes — imaginary family values

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If you find yourself writing an article about certain Jews, and pat yourself on the back by writing “Anyone who does [what I’m doing] can count on automatically being smeared as an anti-Semite,” you’re an anti-Semite. (Likewise for other kinds of bigotry, of course.) As the Talmud says, if one person calls you a jackass, ignore it, but if two people call you a jackass, consider getting a saddle. If you’re going to be an anti-Semite, can you at least have the balls to be proud of it?

via Alas, a blog

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