Jan 06 2006

Those Whacky Dems

Published by at 7:26 pm under All General Discussions,Filibuster Showdown

Drudge has this:

Senate Democrats have put into place a plan that includes one last push to take down the nomination of Judge Samuel A. Alito as he heads into his confirmation hearing next week, the DRUDGE REPORT has learned.

Senate Democrats intend to zero in on Alito’s alleged membership to an organization, a witness will claim, that was sexist, racist and out-of-the-mainstream on a variety of issues.

LOL! Boy, this blatant smear job better be air tight, or else the dems are really going to regretting 2006.

Never mind

However, THE DRUDGE REPORT has learned the Democrats’ star witness comes with baggage of his own. Dujack penned an op-ed in 2003 that compared farm animals to Holocaust victims and gave money to the Kerry presidential campaign.

In the April 21, 2003 LOS ANGELES TIMES, Dujack wrote: “Like the victims of the Holocaust, animals are rounded up, trucked hundreds of miles to the kill floor and slaughtered.” Dujack went on, “To those who defend the modern-day Holocaust on animals by saying that animals are slaughtered for food and give us sustenance, I ask: if the victims of the Holocaust had been eaten, would that have justified the abuse and murder?”

Them Dems Are Toast.

Remember their new motto: “We Deserve to be Trod Upon”

4 responses so far

4 Responses to “Those Whacky Dems”

  1. clarice says:

    Someone obviously woke up. Dujack’s been dumped as a witness.

  2. Snapple says:

    If you google Dujack +PETA the name Dujack comes up.
    This appears to be Stephen R. Dujack, the grandson of the famous Yiddish writer Isaac Bashevis Singer.

    Dujack probably is not particularly successful like his grandfather was, so he is used by PETA.

    For example:
    Grandson of Celebrated Jewish Author Brings Giant Graphic Display to Show How Today’s Victims Languish in Nazi-Style Concentration Camps

    For Immediate Release:
    October 9, 2003

    Matt Prescott 757-622-7382

    New York — Stephen R. Dujack, grandson of Yiddish writer and Nobel laureate Isaac Bashevis Singer, is returning to his grandfather’s home city with PETA’s controversial “Holocaust on Your Plate” exhibit. The display, which consists of eight 60-square-foot panels, each showing photos of factory-farm and slaughterhouse scenes side by side with photos from Nazi death camps, graphically depicts the point that Singer made when he wrote, “In relation to [animals], all people are Nazis.” Singer made New York his home after fleeing Europe during the rise of anti-Semitism in the 1930s.

    Date: Tuesday, October 14
    Time: 12 noon-2 p.m.
    Place: Duffy Square on Broadway, between 46th and 47th streets

    PETA wants to stimulate contemplation of how the victimization of Jews, Gypsies, homosexuals, and others characterized as “life unworthy of life” during the Holocaust parallels the way that modern society abuses and justifies the slaughter of animals. Just as the Nazis tried to “dehumanize” Jews by forcing them to live in filthy, crowded conditions, tearing children away from their mothers, and killing them in assembly-line fashion, animals on today’s factory farms are stripped of all that is enjoyable and natural to them and treated as nothing more than meat-, egg-, and milk-producing “machines.” Hens are crammed on top of each other in small wire cages that do not afford them enough room even to lie down and have their beaks burned off with a hot blade to keep them from pecking each other for space. Pigs are kept in extremely narrow, barren, concrete-floored stalls and are castrated and have their tails cut off without painkillers. Calves raised for veal are torn from their mothers within hours of birth, causing acute distress to both mother and calf, and chained inside tiny, dark stalls, where their joints swell from trying to balance on slippery, waste-covered slats.

    “The very same mindset that made the Holocaust possible—that we can do anything we want to those we decide are ‘different’ or ‘inferior’—is what allows us to commit atrocities against animals every single day,” says PETA Campaign Coordinator Matt Prescott, members of whose family were murdered by the Nazis. “We are asking people to allow understanding into their hearts and compassion onto their tables by embracing a nonviolent, vegan diet that respects other forms of life.”

    For more information about PETA’s “Holocaust on Your Plate” project and to view the photo panels, please visit MassKilling.com.

  3. Snapple says:

    PETA recruits young people at this kid-friendly site

    I wonder if some of these young people are groomed for more direct action type of activities.


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