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    • Yariv
    • 26.04.10 | 15:03 (IDT)

    I consider myself an open minded person and can take "funny" jewish jokes. This one is indeed one I can take. These type of jokes are good around close circle friends in your home or others. These ethnic jokes no matter what religion or race is in appropriate in such a large public gathering with the TV reels rolling. I think it showed poor taste and something important. It shows how Obama's hostile attitude toward Israel has allowed people such as Jones to relax their attitude towards Jews. Its hip to make fun of Jews because our President indirectly or not has allowed this behavior to take place.

    from the article: James Jones' Jewish joke - funny or inappropriate?
    First published 17:34 25.04.10 | Last updated 17:52 25.04.10
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