Seniors are America’s New Jews

Pick the Target, Freeze It, Personalize It  and Polarize It.’
– Saul Alinsky, Rules for Radicals.
Excerpt From the American Thinker below;

December 27, 2009

Seniors Are America’s New Jews

By Stuart Schwartz

They are objects of derision. Influential government officials refer to them as unproductive, of less value than others in society. The political party running the government aggressively denies them access to health services while putting in place bureaucracies devoted, in effect, to ending their lives.
The Jews in Nazi Germany? In the Soviet Union of Stalin? In a socialist paradise set up by the rabidly anti-Semitic United Nations? No…seniors in a United States governed by the party of President Barack Obama and his allies on the Democratic left.

The Democratic Senate health care bill makes it official: Seniors are America’s new Jews.

An exaggeration? Yes and no. In no way do I wish to trivialize the horrific slaughter of Europe’s Jewish population by the Nazis, nor the systematic oppression of Jews in history. However, Obama and the Democratic Party have embraced a worldview that allows them to go after seniors in much the same manner that tyrants (and the United Nations) have used Jew-bashing as a tool to accumulate power and steal wealth..

In Obama’s America, wrinkles are about as trendy as white belts and polyester slacks, and gray is the new Jew.

Barack Obama is astonishingly brutal about the value of that lifetime. A “senior moment” should be just that, they say: a brief period rarely extending beyond the 60s (for us, of course, not them)
Seniors now find themselves the official go-to group for a president intent on taking both life and property and giving to those who are younger, to people who are more diverse, to illegal immigrants, and to Democratic Party allies.

Rest of article at American Thinker


~ by riffenberg on December 27, 2009.

4 Responses to “Seniors are America’s New Jews”


    Please share this link with those who might be interested.

    P.S. The book is waiting for a reviewer

  2. Sometimes it’s really that simple, isn’t it? I feel a little stupid for not thinking of this myself/earlier, though.

  3. I cannot believe this is true!

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