Jack Hunter sits down with Ron Paul to discuss issues he would have discussed at the Republican Jewish Coalition debate, had he not excluded from it. The debate was held in D.C. yesterday, 12-7-11. Regarding the exclusion of Dr. Paul, I found a very revealing quote from a prominent Jewish Republican in this article,

RJC destroys its own credibility and so does Newt

Murray Sabrin is, the Ramapo College professor who ran for the GOP nomination for U.S. Senate back in 2008.

Murray just sent me an e-mail telling me of a decision by the Republican Jewish Coalition to ban Ron Paul from their 2012 GOP presidential debates. Murray writes:

This is democracy?  Ironically, the only candidate who supports  Israel’s sovereignty is pilloried by neocons in the RJC who claim to be “pro-Israel.”   I am thinking of organizing of a Jews for Ron Paul, the man for peace, freedom, free enterprise, individual rights, the core values of Judaism.  In the 1960’s, before I embraced the limited government philosophy I watched a Sunday television program about Passover.  I will never forget what the narrator said:  The essence of Judaism is the sovereignty of the individual.


I find it very ironic that the one Republican candidate who wants Israel to retain its sovereignty is Ron Paul. I guess the RJC doesn’t except that premise. Very strange indeed.