Sen. Sherrod Brown squirms …

Posted on Wednesday June 27, 2012 No Comments ››


The Uber-Progressive, JStreet-endorsed and backed Sen. Sherrod Brown squirms when asked about his Israel positions at Netroots Conference

As may of you know, our good friend – Ohio State Treasurer Josh Mandel – has been “enlisted” by party and conservative leaders everywhere to oppose the uber-Progressive Sen. Sherrod Brown for U.S. Senate from Ohio, the ultimate swing state in this hotly contested 2012 election to restore AMERICAN PRINCIPLES to the White House and Senate.

Among the union-backed, Obama-aligned Brown’s many Progressive “credentials” is a poor voting record on Israel. To wit, Brown was one of only three Senators to appear at the 2011 JStreet Conference, even after that organization’s true funding sources (Soros) and agenda were exposed. Moreover, Brown has the unenviable role of being one of only two Senators endorsed by the nefarious JStreet lobby.

Watch Sen. Brown squirm when asked about his JStreet ties and Israel positions at the most unlikely of places for this topic to be discussed: the recent Netroots conference. (Israel or foreign policy are generally not topics for discussion at liberal and progressive meetings. The focus is almost entirely on the left’s social agenda and redistributionist economics.) Watch further how Brown repeatedly and uncomfortably looks at Javier’s (the reporter’s) name tag throughout the interview.

WATCH VIDEO

As for Mandel, he is already – at the age of 34 – State Treasurer of Ohio after having served in its State Legislature, and having earned the largest margin of victory in any of Ohio’s 2010 statewide elections.

As a U.S. Marine, he proudly served our nation for 8 years, including two tours in Iraq. Josh Mandel’s Bio is attached.

In addition to a multitude of important endorsements, Josh Mandel is being supported and promoted by The Club for Growth and Sen. Jim DeMint’s Senate Conservatives Fund, two of the pre-eminent, most sought-after Republican endorsements that Josh secured nearly a year ago.

 

 


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