August 3, 2006
Today, I endorse Ned Lamont over Joe Lieberman. I hope the Connecticut Senate Primary will be seen in history as a turning point for the Democratic Party.
I’m also glad that the debate over whether or not Mel Gibson is antisemitic or not is resolved: Gibson IS antisemitic. And his attempt to reform himself needs to be far more than a public relations ploy. I think Gibson needs to go to Auschwitz to see the bones, the hair, the shoes, and the consequences of his unreasoning hatred. In Mel Gibson: Holocaust a “Numbers Game”, Fox News reports that Gibson’s bigotry long pre-dates his most recent drunken episode.
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Moses smelling the roses September 4, 2006 9:37 am
Kesselman would be better served to sink to his knees in prayer than to serve up such mental vomit
Vicky September 4, 2006 8:44 am
Hi Ed from NY – I tried watching the “movie” you linked above but my computer wouldn’t play it.
Have you heard about Jonathan Kesselman’s plans for a sequel to his movie “The Hebrew Hammer”?
(Mel Gibson is gunned down on screen by the Hebrew Hammer after a tirade of anti-Semitic outbursts. Reportedly Kesselman is said to be hoping that Gibson will star in a parody role because the star has said he wants to make amends to the Jewish community. What better way could Mel make good to the Jewish community than being murdered by a character called the ‘Hebrew Hammer?’
Apprehended by a traffic cop, just as Gibson was at the end of July, the actor’s much-publicized anti-Semitic tirade is cut short when the cop, The Hebrew Hammer, shoots him through the head.
The Hammer then sprays a bloody Star of David onto the windshield of the movie star’s Lexus.)