Look who supports J Street financially. They are wealthy, non-religious Jews who are given indirect financial gain by their support. Take Shamrock, Inc.'s current president. He is a moderate Republican, Jewish in name, directs large investment sums, including some money to Israeli investment schemes by Southern California money types. He wants to put Orthodox Jewish women to work assembling computer breadboards and his 'organization' calls them paracites on society. J Street is full of such persons and liberal fools who think this group is the solution to their inability to put forth an agenda thru APAC. They are not anti-Israeli, just foolish; they see the world as they are, not as it is, and is a rough world outside the USA. Israel lives in a tough neighborhood, not Long Island.
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