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Sunday, 11 December 2011


Mannie Sherberg
What we saw and heard last night was a glaring example of what may well be our country's biggest problem. It's not the economy, it's not our perilous situation abroad -- it's the aversion on the part of our federal officialdom to telling the truth. That's all Gingrich did a few days ago: he told the simple truth about the "Palestinians" -- and for that he was treated as a fool, a pariah, and a threat to the safety of the Republic. Romney's pusillanimous comments last night -- to the effect that it's okay to tell the truth as long as we do it in a whisper and on tiptoe -- was a disgrace, and should -- alone -- disqualify him for high office. Newt's remarks were tonic, bracing, and vitalizing. We may have found something even better than a winning candidate -- we may have found a mensh!

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