Jon Carroll's Projected Anti-Semitism

June 29th, 2006 2:22 PM

Jon Carroll has this to say about the New York Times / White House animosity:

The Times is a good target... Also, the name of the New York Times contains the word "New York." Many members of the president's base consider "New York" to be a nifty code word for "Jewish." It is very nice for the president to be able to campaign against the Jews without (a) actually saying the word "Jew" and (b) without irritating the Israelis. A number of prominent Zionist groups think the New York Times is insufficiently anti-Palestinian, so they think the New York Times isn't Jewish enough.

Since George W. Bush has done more to protect the future of Israel than any Democrat on the planet, why would he want to "campaign against the Jews"? He continues:

Do we really believe that the terrorists are reading the New York Times for clues on what to do, or not do, next?

I don't know, let's ask the dead al-Zarqawi:

To use the media for spreading an effective and creative image of the resistance.

He's not just a reader, he's also a contributor.