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Et Tu, Gaga?

First Mick and the boys, and now Lady Gaga? It’s enough to lead a BDS-er to hang himself—and don’t let us stop you!


Is that meat dress kosher?

Get ready to party, because Lady Gaga is bringing “artRAVE: The ARTPOP Ball” to Tel Aviv.

The international tour following her album “ARTPOP,” featuring hits like “Applause,” “Do What You Want” and “G.U.Y.,” will reach Park Hayarkon on September 13, producers Udi Appelboim, Ronen Miley, Bookmark Entertainment and Live Nation Global Touring announced Sunday.

The provocative pop star’s latest tour already sold 775,000 tickets in 35 cities around the world and includes set changes and complex choreography and several costumes – including a polka-dot octopus suit and giant gold wings, but not a dress made of raw meat.

Lady Gaga was clearly not intimidated by the unimpressive efforts by the BDS movement to stop her from performing in Israel. A petition started by BDS Amsterdam garnered only a measly 1,098 signatures.

She’s not to my taste (unless she can cover Shubert’s Fischerweise), but I’m a fan now.

Where is the rabid Left of yesteryear? They once knew how to organize a boycott. Maybe it helps to have a target of a boycott—apartheid South Africa, the Jim Crow South—worthy of a boycott. Diverse, democratic, multicultural Israel, just doesn’t fit the bill.

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L’Chaim!

According to Arnon Harel, marketing manager of the Golan Heights Winery, despite all the talk of boycotts against products from Judea, Samaria and the Golan Heights, exports to Europe have in fact blossomed over the past year.

Speaking to Arutz Sheva, Harel commented “we are not the only innovators creating quality wine for (consumption) abroad. We invest a lot in export to the US, the Far East, and Europe.”

“Despite the opposition and the attempts to boycott, that doesn’t interest the European consumers that are looking for quality wine. There’s a roughly 20% rise in sales in Europe; European customers don’t care about pro-Palestinian organizations opposing wine from the Golan Heights,” reported Harel.

Much as I would rather Europe drink straight vinegar, that’s uncharitable of me. If the people of such wine growing and consuming nations as France, Italy, Spain, Germany, etc. want to shell out Euros to drink wine made from Israeli grapes—yes, Israeli—why should I complain?

Because there’s less for the rest of us, that’s why. Still, if my loss is Israel’s gain, I, too, gain.

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Pies Not Lies

If I could think of a good rhyme for “brownshirt”, I’d suggest it, but until then:

For years, Jewish and pro-Israel groups have been debating how best to combat the [BDS] movement, but according to British activist Simon Cobbs, the answer may be simpler than they might think: “By laughing at them.”

The topic of boycotts is, of course, a serious one – and the BDS Movement itself is no laughing matter, as Cobbs himself well knows. Like many other British Jews, he accuses BDS of stoking anti-Semitic sentiment through its “bullying tactics”, by singling out the Jewish state not just for criticism, but with calls to dismantle it completely.

He points to the links between groups individuals associated with BDS, and anti-Semitic groups spanning the far-left and far-right, including Islamist hate preachers. That atmosphere has spawned violence on many occasions…

So how have they done it?

The key, says Cobbs, is to always stay on the front foot, keep it simple, and avoid falling into the trap of being reactive – and a good dose of Jewish humor.

SFI’s first ever major campaign, for example, was titled “Bagels Against Bigotry,” and simply involved supporters turning up to share bagel sandwiches at the regular SFI rally. “It was so successful we ended up giving three carloads to the local homeless shelter.”

That was soon followed by “They Bring Hate, We Bring Cake,” and the group’s most successful event to date: “They Tell Lies, We Bring Pies,” (“It was the only thing which rhymed with lies!”)

“The best way of attracting people from the Jewish community is not through letters about why you should support Israel, but with food!” he quips.

“The topic is incredibly serious… but the way to combat that is to laugh at them… to ridicule them. Because they really are foolish.

“When you say to them ‘you say you support gay rights and women’s rights but you also support a regime that would outlaw homosexuality and sideline women…’ at that point they go quiet, because they are unable to answer the questions.

“That’s why we stand up to them week after week, because when you scratch the surface and stand up to these bullies and show them for what they are, the truth comes out.”

And, he chuckles with a sense of incredulity, “they do it to themselves… they keep giving me stuff that is video gold!”

If you don’t understand the duck call, SFI has taken to calling the BDS-ers “ducks”, as in if it walks like an antisemite and talks like an antisemite…

All it takes is one candle to illuminate a dark world.

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Dear Israel: Bugger Off

Once upon a time, the British thought thusly of a state for the Jews in their historic lands between the Jordan River and the Mediterranean Sea:

That was then. (The original promise included modern-day Jordan too, btw.)

This is now:

The British architects’ union has declared a boycott of its Israeli counterpart, in the latest development of the Boycott, Divest and Sanctions (BDS) movement’s crusade targeting the Jewish state.

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) announced on its internet site that it will act to suspend the Israeli Association of United Architects (IAUA) from the International Union of Architects…

At the meeting, former RIBA President Angela Brady said if the group didn’t boycott Israel, it would implicitly support “land grabs, forced removals, killing the state [sic] and human rights, and reinforcement of apartheid,” reports The Guardian.

However, other council members noted the horrific human rights abuses committed by other countries, such as North Korea, which is a member of RIBA. “Don’t you think architects are designing prison camps and torture chambers there?” asked council member Francesca Weal at the meeting.

Yeah, so? At least they’re torturing and imprisoning (and starving and murdering) their own people.

For the BDS-ers, this is all in a day’s sedition:

An NGO Monitor report released two weeks ago, in time for British Prime Minister David Cameron’s Israel visit, revealed that the UK, along with the European Union (EU) and other EU governments, is financing NGO lawfare against Israel’s legal system.

The report exposes how the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) has been acting to sabotage Israel’s legal processes. It further reports that the UK granted £6 million (roughly $10 million) to NRC between 2011 and 2015 to influence Israeli policies and lobby for international sanctions against Israel. Between the UK, the EU, Norway and Sweden, NRC received over $20 million between 2011 and 2013.

In a related story:

Meanwhile, just this week it was reported that the British legal system, for the first time, is poised to adopt Islamic Sharia law, in a decision allowing solicitors to write Islamic wills denying women an equal share of inheritances and exclude non-Muslims altogether.

If you’re quiet and the wind is right, you can hear the British slander themselves. Though why anyone should listen…

PS: Why can’t Israel design buildings like the Brits?

The call it The Gherkin. This being a family blog, I can’t share with you what I call it.

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Nice

I mean, under the circumstances, nice.

No academic Kristallnacht:

A bipartisan bill was introduced in the US House of Representatives on Thursday; if passed it will revoke all federal funding for any US academic institution that decides to boycott Israel.

The academic boycott leveled against Israel last December by the American Studies Association (ASA) was a key factor in the bill, which seeks to prevent similar discrimination. The “Protect Academic Freedom Act” was submitted by House Chief Deputy Whip Peter Roskam (R., Ill.) and Rep. Dan Lipinski (D., Ill.).

Presenting the bill in the House on Thursday, Roskam said the act aims to “prevent (boycott) campaigns by prohibiting federal funds to universities that boycott Israeli organizations,” adding that the “US taxpayer doesn’t have to be complicit” to an act that amounts to “anti-Semitism.”

Former Israeli Ambassador to the US Michael Oren spoke in support of the new bill, calling it “the first legislation that defends Israel against discriminatory boycotts which impede rather than advance the peace process, and that seek to deny Israelis the right to free speech on American campuses.”

“As an historian and visiting professor on leading American campuses, I strongly support this courageous initiative,” Oren said. “It can be the turning point in the struggle against the delegitimization of the Jewish State.”

Again, shameful to the extreme that such a law is necessary, but such a law is necessary.

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Silly Love Songs

Paul McCartney not feeling the love from the Jew-haters:

When rock legend Paul McCartney came to Israel in 2008, he was, at least to some extent, taking his life in his hands. Not because of Israel’s sometimes precarious security situation, but because he was threatened by BDS (boycott, divest, and sanction) anti-Israel groups. “I got death threats, but I’m coming anyway,” the singer was quoted as saying by Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs researcher Adam Shay.

“I got explicit death threats, but I have no intention of surrendering. I refuse to cancel my performances in Israel,” Shay quoted McCartney as saying.

The former Beatle is not alone.

Dozens of other artists who schedule dates in Israel are lobbied, bullied, threatened, and even attacked at concerts by anti-Israel groups who are bent on isolating Israel culturally, as well as economically. Many artists, said Shay, claimed that their web sites have been attacked by hackers right before their Israeli concerts.

Alicia Keys, who recently played a concert here last week, supplies the latest example of intimidation faced by artists who play Israel. Several of her fellow singers – notably Elvis Costello and Roger Waters – urged her to cancel, calling Israel an “apartheid state,” and Keys’ Facebook page was littered with condemnations of her on the day of the concert. Costello himself cancelled a concert in Israel in 2010, as did Carlos Santana, after being hectored by anti-Israel groups. Other notables who have cancelled planned concerts in Israel are Jon Bon Jovi, the Yardbirds, Joe Lynn Turner, and the Pixies. Spanish singer Paco Ibanez went one better, telling a French newspaper that he is boycotting the Hebrew language, which he can speak, for political reasons.

But despite the pressure and threats, there are many artists who continue to play Israel. In the past month, rock bands Deep Purple and the Pet Shop Boys have held concerts in Israel, and American artist Rihanna is scheduled to take her second tour here in October. And of course, there was Madonna.

Many of these artists, Shay said, decided to perform in Israel despite the threats. “When singer Moby was interviewed on Army Radio shortly before he performed in Israel, he said that the intensity of the attacks against him before he came to Israel made him suspect that this wasn’t an objective movement that was concerned with people’s welfare, but with something dark and dubious.” Unfortunately, though, “most artists just don’t want to deal with it. It’s much easier for them to release a statement that they won’t be appearing in Israel ‘for reasons of conscience’ rather than to say their lives are being threatened and they’re frightened.”

Moby was no fan of George Bush, but then who was? At least in the music and entertainment field? Anyway, he nails it here: “The intensity of the attacks against him before he came to Israel made him suspect that this wasn’t an objective movement that was concerned with people’s welfare, but with something dark and dubious.”

Exactly. BDS and other Jew-hating movements are intellectual pogroms. Any so-called artist (Elvis Costello, Alice Walker, I’m talking to you) who honors their boycotts are guilty of collaborating with the brownshirts who organize them.

Clear enough?

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Settled Scientist [UPDATED] [AGAIN]

UPDATE

Hat tip to reader Jeannette:

New details about the cancellation of Professor Stephen Hawking’s trip to Israel have emerged today after numerous news reports claiming that Prof. Hawking had chosen to boycott the State of Israel.

The Guardian, which broke the story late last night, claimed that Hawking was due to boycott Israel after receiving an erroneous statement from the British Committee for the Universities of Palestine (BRICUP), apparently with Hawking’s approval.

The statement said that the move was “his independent decision to respect the boycott, based upon his knowledge of Palestine, and on the unanimous advice of his own academic contacts there”.

However, a Cambridge university spokesperson has confirmed to The Commentator that there was a “misunderstanding” this past weekend, and that Prof. Hawking had pulled out of the conference for medical reasons.

Responding to an e-mail including an open letter to Prof. Hawking, shared nearly 2000 times, a University spokesman said: “Professor Hawking will not be attending the conference in Israel in June for health reasons – his doctors have advised against him flying.”

When asked for further information, the spokesperson confirmed that the BRICUP organisation had “assumed” Hawking’s position on the matter, and that it was fundamentally untrue.

I’m going to leave the rest of the post up because I don’t want to hide anything. Same goes for the comments. But I do apologize to Professor Hawking for taking the cheese from the horrid little antisemites in British academia. Maybe now I can try to finish A Brief History of Time.

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“We have now received confirmation from Professor Hawking’s office that a letter was sent on Friday to the Israeli President’s office regarding his decision not to attend the Presidential Conference, based on advice from Palestinian academics that he should respect the boycott.

“We had understood previously that his decision was based purely on health grounds having been advised by doctors not to fly.”

Further update: This apparently was Hawking’s statement, it’s not an embrace of the academic boycott movement, more the equivalent of refusing to cross a picket line, but it does support the claim that he withdrew from this conference on political grounds:

“I have received a number of emails from Palestinian academics. They are unanimous that I should respect the boycott. In view of this, I must withdraw from the conference. Had I attended I would have stated my opinion that the policy of the present Israeli government is likely to lead to disaster.”

Hmm. I’m tilting toward my original take on this story.

ORIGINAL POST

We are heartened to see such a display of courage and steely will.

Well done:

Washington, D.C. – One hundred and seven leading Holocaust and genocide scholars from around the world have sent a letter of protest to President Obama, urging him to cancel a planned visit to the United States by Sudanese leaders involved in the Darfur genocide.

The delegation will represent Sudanese president Omar Hassan al-Bashir, who has been indicted by the International Criminal Court for his role in the Darfur genocide. Heading the delegation will be Bashir adviser Nafie Ali Nafie, a prominent participant in the mass killings.

Oops! My bad!

Wrong boycott!

Famed physicist, Professor Stephen Hawking, is joining the academic boycott of Israel by pulling out of the annual conference hosted by Israeli president Shimon Peres in Jerusalem. He says it is in protest of what he described as “Israel’s treatment of Palestinians”.

Atta boy, Stevie, way to fall in line. You know your way around a black hole blindfolded, but that doesn’t mean you know your ass from your elbow.

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I’ve never seen a black hole, but I believe they exist. Same goes for “dark matter” and “dark energy”. But what are these “Palestinians” of which Hawking speaks? I’ve read all the books and searched online, but the only Palestinians I can find are Jews in Roman times. How can the modern state of Israel have mistreated the historic state of Palestine? That makes no sense. Even for an esteemed physicist.

Of all the places to boycott, Hawk, you pick Israel? I thought ALS left one’s mental acuity intact. I wonder if you even know what two plus two makes anymore.

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Europe Doing What Europe Does

What is Europe without great art, terrific food, and boycotts of Jews?

The European Union has formally recommended its 27 member states “prevent” Israeli activity in Judea and Samaria through an economic boycott of Jewish communities in those regions.

The EU’s latest boycott recommendation came to light in the publication of the EU’s Jerusalem Report 2012, released Wednesday, in which the European body recommends its members avoid financial transactions with Israeli communities in Judea and Samaria, AFP reported.

In the report, the EU suggests its member states “prevent, discourage and raise awareness about problematic implications of financial transactions, including foreign direct investments from within the EU in support of settlement activities, infrastructure and services.” The recommendation followed an internal report which alleged that Israel had used construction in eastern Jerusalem and Judea and Samaria to prevent the possibility of a two-state solution.

In the strongly-worded 15-page report, the EU also calls to “ensure that imports of settlement products do not benefit from preferential tariffs” and make sure that all such products are clearly labelled as originating from Israeli-occupied areas.”

The move comes as a clear statement of support for the Palestinian Authority’s attempt to oust some half a million Jews from their homes, and claim the entire area for its hoped-for independent, sovereign state without bothering with final status negotiations with Israel. This ignores the fact that by any legal parameter, Israel is not “occupying” the area, which belongs to no sovereign state.

Yes, well, with all due respect to Arutz Sheva, logic, truth, and history aren’t exactly Europe’s strong suits—as the last millennium or so has amply demonstrated. Most (all?) European countries expelled their Jews centuries ago; now they seek to expel Jews from Israel. Same sh*t, same continent.

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As Ye Sow

So shall ye reap:

The UK’s trade union for academics, the University and College Union, is “institutionally anti-Semitic,” a London employment tribunal heard Monday.

The claim was made on the opening day of a potentially landmark case, which partially revolves around UCU’s resolutions concerning an academic boycott of Israel.

The claimant, freelance mathematics lecturer Ronnie Fraser, is alleging that the union harassed him by creating a hostile environment for him as a Jew, which “derives from a culture and attitude which is informed by contemporary anti-Zionism. Complaints about anti-Semitism are met with either bald denials or accusations that the complainant is attempting to stifle legitimate debate. As a result of the role which the State of Israel plays in contemporary Jewish identity, the hostile environment necessarily has an adverse impact on Jewish members of the union, making them feel uncomfortable and unwelcome.”

He says that this contravenes the 2010 Equality Act, which prevents discrimination on grounds of race or religion.

Unusually for an employment tribunal, the case will take four weeks to be heard. Over 30 witnesses for the claimant include the Booker Prize winning novelist Howard Jacobson — who has submitted a witness statement but will not be cross-examined — as well as Jewish community officials and numerous academics, both Jewish and non-Jewish. The seven witnesses for the respondent are all UCU officials.

British academics harass Jewish academics; meanwhile Europe’s NGOs demand a boycott of Israeli products:

A group of 22 European NGO’s has recommended that its governments ban West Bank settlement products, in a report that it published on Tuesday morning.

It also called on the European Union and member states to pass legislation to more clearly label imports to its continent from West Bank settlements.

The report by the London based Crisis Action group highlighted World Bank data, provided by Israel, to argue that settlements goods remain part of Europe’s trade with Israel.

“The value of goods produced in West Bank settlements and exported to Europe is US$300 million per year,” the World Bank said in a September report.

The Crisis Group added in its report, that this was 15 times greater than Europe’s volume of trade with Palestinian products.

A former British Member of Parliament Phyllis Starkey told The Jerusalem Post that the report was released now because, “the issue of settlements has gone up the political agenda at the European Union.”

Ms. Starkey was a Labor MP, I hardly need point out.

I’m not sure it matters, but I think the British element of left-wing British antisemitism is secondary to the left-wing element. Where does the antisemitism in Britain come from? Academia (the UCU), left-wing politicians (George Galloway, Ken Livingstone); so-called aid groups:

“Consumers are unwittingly contributing to the injustice by buying products that are inaccurately labeled as coming from Israel, when in fact they are from West Bank settlements,” said William Bell, Policy and Advocacy Officer at Christian Aid UK and Ireland.

Because it’s always worked out so well to have nominal Christians telling Jews where they may and may not live. Especially a nominal Christian from England, which expelled its Jews in 1290, more than two centuries before Spain and Italy.

But you don’t hear conservative elements in Britain so hostile to Jews. So, if it’s in the water, it’s in the brand drunk by the Left.

This guy’s not British, but he is an academic—and we should take heed of what he has to say:

French Jewish scientist Serge Haroche, who shared the 2012 Nobel Prize in Physics with American David Wineland, is visiting Israel as a guest of the Weizmann Institute of Science.

Haroche expressed his support for Israeli academics, saying: “I strongly object to the academic boycott of Israel. Natural Science discipline academics do not boycott Israel, only humanities discipline academics do.

“Any person with common sense knows science acts as a bridge between people and it is the best way to benefit the world,” he added.

“Science acts as a bridge between people”. Would that be why a Nobel laureate in Physics is open to Israel, while his Peace Prize brethren—Arafat, Tutu, Carter—are so hostile?

PS: Further to my point above:

A new poll conducted by YouGov for the Jewish Chronicle of Britain showed that a clear majority of British citizens did not agree with a cultural boycott of Israel.

The poll highlighted the fact that less than one out of five people objected to Israeli cultural productions being presented in the United Kingdom. Even more, three-quarters of the population had no issue with British counterparts performing in Israel.

The statistics gleaned from the new poll contradict British anti-Israel activists who have suggested that the majority of Britons would support a cultural boycott of Israel and consider Israel to be in the same pariah category as Apartheid South Africa used to be.

One in five, one in four—those numbers are still too high. But not altogether surprising given the Pakistani and Bangladeshi populations in Britain. Which further shows how isolated the academic and hard-left antisemites are.

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Buy Caterpillar!

Seriously, who can’t use a front loader?

Why can’t America get along better with these people?

The United Nations official responsible for investigating Israel-PA affairs has openly expressed support for a boycott of all companies doing business with Israelis east of the 1949 armistice line.

In his latest report, UN special rapporteur on Human Rights in the Palestinian Territories Richard Falk has called for a boycott on all companies tied to Israeli towns in Judea and Samaria.

His statements have been severely condemned by Israel and its allies. Canadian Foreign Minister John Baird, quoted by the AFP news agency, called on Falk to “either withdraw this biased and disgraceful report – or resign from his position at the United Nations.”

Falk has “not only done a disservice to the United Nations, but also to the Palestinian people,” Baird charged.

Israel condemned Falk’s statements as “grossly biased.” United States UN Ambassador Susan Rice rejected his statements as well, saying, “His call for a boycott of private companies is irresponsible and unacceptable.”

Falk’s boycott statements “do nothing to further a peaceful settlement to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and indeed poison the environment for peace,” she added.

Blame it on a video, Ambassador Rice. Just kidding. Glad—and relieved—to hear her comments.

And delighted to hear this, too:

Caterpillar said in a statement that Falk’s report was inaccurate and misleading and “reflects his personal and negative opinions toward Israel.” The company said it sells products to the US government, which are then sent to Israel.

Hewlett Packard said Falk was “far from an independent and unbiased expert in this matter” and that the company has a strong human rights policy and complies with the highest standards in every market in which they operate.

Falk “far from an independent and unbiased expert”? Whatever does that mean?

Falk has long been a controversial figure. In 2011 he wrote on his blog that there had been an “apparent cover-up” by US authorities over the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks and he also posted an anti-Semitic cartoon, which was later removed.

What’s worse, he can breed with her:

European Union foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton joined an Arab olive harvest on Thursday. Ashton picked olives in the town of Ras Karkar in the Binyamin region.

Ras Karkar is part of Area C, the Judea and Samaria territory that is under Israeli military and administrative control according to Israel-PA agreements.

PA Prime Minister Salad Fayyad said Ashton’s visit gives support to his efforts to end Israeli presence in the area. “Ashton’s visit here is testimony to this territory is not contested as Israel claims,” he argued.

Wait, his name is Salad? Are his kids named Carrot Stick and Pickled Beet?

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Skin in the Game

Norway’s loss is Cambodia’s gain:

AHAVA Dead Sea Laboratories is expanding its international activity and has recently entered seven new markets: Poland, Italy, Switzerland, Korea, Greece, Denmark and Cambodia.

The company’s activity currently spans over 35 countries through franchises, distributors and stores (in Berlin and Budapest).

The company’s sales volume stands at NIS 200-300 million ($51-77 million) a year, and AHAVA expects a 10% growth in sales in the coming year.

The few Koreans and Cambodians I know generally have very nice skin. Can’t wait to see how they look moisturized with AHAVA.

The pale and blotchy Norwegians, however, will just keep cracking mirrors:

Norwegian pharmaceutical retail chain VITA announced on Friday that the company will cease “all sales of products originating from settlements in occupied territories,” such as the Israeli cosmetic brand Ahava.

In response to VITA’s boycott on the Israeli beauty company, a group of pro-Israel Norwegians created a Facebook page calling on the public to boycott VITA’s 160 stores in Norway.

Good for them. But at least now they can load up on AHAVA products in Denmark!

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What if They Held a Dingbat Protest and Nobody Came?

Oh wait, they did—and they didn’t!

Seven women participated in the National Organization for Women’s day of protest against Rush Limbaugh in front of Limbaugh’s D.C. affiliate WMAL, Friday.

NOW’s national protest day had been in the works since April 19, when the women’s advocacy group launched their “Enough Rush” campaign.

Pairing with media watchdog Media Matters for America NOW is targeting local affiliates and local advertisers, Friday’s demonstration was touted as the group’s big demonstration of opposition to Limbaugh with affiliates across the country participating in protests.

NOW has had Limbaugh in their crosshairs for nearly two decades, and they renewed their effort to get Limbaugh off the air as a response to the radio host’slate February insult of contraception activist Sandra Fluke.

Wait, is that how she’s billing herself now? “Contraception activist”? It does suggest some rather more attractive images than first year junior partner at Dewey, Cheatham, and Howe. But as BAR-ack (to use his original pronunciation) learned, activism—even contraception activism—isn’t all its cracked up to be (pardon the pun).

Last week Limbaugh launched a response to NOW’s campaign against him in the form of a Facebook group for his female listeners, “Rush Babes for America aka the National Organization for Rush Babes,” to show not all women adhere the NOW agenda. His Facebook group surpassed NOW’s Facebook “likes” in under 24 hours.

Matson shrugged off the women who have joined the “Rush Babe” Facebook group explaining that it is just an attempt by Rush to feed his ego.

Well, duh! Even Rush would tell you that. What part of “serving humanity just by showing up”, “half my brain tied behind my back, just to make it fair” and “talent on loan from God” was unclear to you?

But your Ditz Fits have backfired on you dreadfully. In the future, when your well-publicized turnout at a “massive rally” is seven, just pretend you’re trying to decide where to go for lunch. It’s a natural cover.

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