Marco Rubio's Yom Kippur fundraiser held at Nazi memorabilia collector's mansion

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    Sep 23, 2015 6:26 PM GMT
    http://www.chron.com/news/houston-texas/texas/article/Marco-Rubio-s-Yom-Kippur-fundraiser-held-at-Nazi-6524117.php
    ...presidential candidate's fundraiser on holy Jewish holiday at a Texas mansion home to personal artifacts of Adolf Hitler...

    ...the Tuesday fundraiser fell on Yom Kippur, Judaism's holiest holiday...

    ...Crow also owns two painting by Adolf Hitler and his very own signed copy of the Nazi leader’s autobiography “Mein Kampf.”...

    ...The Republican National Committee fired back with a statement issued to the Washington Free Beacon:

    "Rather than manufacture a false controversy over a collection of historic memorabilia...Debbie Wasserman Schultz should have opposed the weak Clinton-Obama Iran deal that puts Israel's safety in jeopardy," said RNC national press secretary Allison Moore.

    ...Tickets to Rubio's event cost between $1,000 and $10,800...
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    Sep 23, 2015 7:56 PM GMT
    theantijock said
    ...The Republican National Committee fired back with a statement issued to the Washington Free Beacon:

    "Rather than manufacture a false controversy over a collection of historic memorabilia...Debbie Wasserman Schultz should have opposed the weak Clinton-Obama Iran deal that puts Israel's safety in jeopardy," said RNC national press secretary Allison Moore.


    "A collection of historic memorabilia"? A rather clumsy attempt by the RNC to relegate the significance of owning a collection of Adolf Hitler souvenirs to that of having a baseball card collection.
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    Sep 23, 2015 10:06 PM GMT
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    "A collection of historic memorabilia"? A rather clumsy attempt by the RNC to relegate the significance of owning a collection of Adolf Hitler souvenirs to that of having a baseball card collection.


    And by that perverse diversion, not taking ownership for their own screw up. The original injury might have been just stupidity on the part of Rubio, but the RNC's stupidity was purposeful insult to injury.

    Not unlike what we often witness on this forum. Just the other day a poster was rude as shit to me, created all sorts of lies about me, purposefully being injurious; but when I called him out on it, he made out as if I had caused him to injure me. What a scumbag thing to do. What a familiar Republican tactic.

    That's how these brain damaged but entitled morons view their world: that the douchebag abusing me somehow felt it was his mission to lie about me in an attempt to bolster the rather weak argument he proselytizes--which, of course, if it had credence wouldn't "require" lying but would have stood on its own--that, here, somehow Wasserman was more at fault on an international issue, thereby negating Republican fault right here at home, not so sweet home. Bullshit.
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    Sep 23, 2015 10:27 PM GMT
    This would explain the tea party's favoritism of their last extremely conservative pope, someone they truly miss icon_confused.gif


    The Occult Of The Serpent, lead by:

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