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Desc:Take it away Rabbi Lapin.
Category:Humor, Religious
Tags:700 club, conservatives, Pat Robertson, orthodox, Daniel Lapin
Submitted:Pillager
Date:04/01/14
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Pillager - 2014-04-01
First, this video is not an April Fool's prank.

Second, should I knock out one of the five original tags for "chutzpah"?
Oscar Wildcat - 2014-04-01
So Pat is correctly paraphrasing what the Rabbi said and he gets agreement from the Rabbi on that point. And you are outraged by this, P? Frankly, I am finding the Rabbi to be a lot more offensive than Robertson, quite a feat given the person in question.
Anaxagoras - 2014-04-01
P should be outraged. Robertson is being incredibly anti-semitic. Just because he has a Jew spouting the same anti-semitic nonsense doesn't make it any better.

EvilHomer - 2014-04-01
Yeah, as much as I dislike Pat, he and his guest are both in agreement here. And really, what's anti-semitic about pointing out the fact that people in upper-middle income neighborhoods tend not to work on their cars? The Rabbi's giving off some whiffs of classism for sure (one of the best lawn-mowers in the world? Really?), but you'd have to be a pretty singleminded believer in Muskeljudentum to accuse the man of anti-semitism, merely for pointing the obvious.

Oscar Wildcat - 2014-04-01
I think Anax is not here in America; a vast majority of jews I know would agree with these statements. Starting with my Mom's second husband, who made this exact argument to me when we were first meeting my cousin's in-laws. They lived in a rural part of upstate NY, and I opined "Perhaps they are living on a farm". He said "Nonsense, Jews don't farm!" I mumbled something about Kibbutz's but then I'm not a jew and he is so what do I know? Anyway, he was right of course. They were university professors.

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