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A free tip to writers of all political stripes

25 February 2004

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?

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