Jewish Groups Vs. Romney - The American Spectator | USA News and Politics
Jewish Groups Vs. Romney

Tomorrow, Mitt Romney will formally announce his candidacy for the presidency at the Henry Ford Museum, drawing the ire of Jewish groups because of Ford’s long record of virulent anti-Semitism, most notable in his book, The International Jew: The World’s Foremost Problem. When I heard last week where Romney intended to announce, I immediately sensed it would cause controversy, but I avoided bringing up the issue because I personally believe that Romney is speaking there in the context of a talk on innovation, and I don’t think he harbors any anti-Semitism himself. I’m surprised that the Romney camp wasn’t more prepared to address this criticism though, or somehow pre-empt it. Perhaps it’s just the fact that I’m Jewish, but whenever I think of Ford, I instantly think of two things: cars and anti-Semitism. Didn’t the Romney camp anticipate this? They sure don’t want to be putting out fires the day he announces.

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