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Florida Cabinet Takes A Field Trip

Discussion in 'Politics' started by thirteenbyseven, Jun 1, 2019.

  1. thirteenbyseven

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    DeSantis signs legislation banning anti-Semitism in Florida schools

    Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and his tight cadre of newly elected officials decided Tallahassee was too hot, humid and boring a place, so they collaborated on a way-cool vacation destination to hold their next cabinet meeting. Disney World? Nah, how about Israel. After all, doesn't the land of milk and honey rate right up there with traditional dream destinations like Hawaii and Bora Bora for the 98% of us who aren't Jewish?

    For Gov. DeSantis, who has been flying around the sunshine state aboard a hand-me-down Beechcraft King Air 350 turboprop after former governor Rick Scott sold the state's bright orange and white Cessna Citation II jet, the logistics of transporting his cabinet all the way to the Middle East doesn't seem to have been much of a problem either. Either they borrowed a Jewish billionaire's Gulfstream G-650 or used taxpayer dollars for a half-dozen first class airline seats, but somehow they magically transported themselves from backwater Florida to Ben Gurion airport in Tel Aviv faster than you can sing Hava Nagila.

    And this is where their little sojourn becomes interesting. Against all sunshine laws enacted to prevent smoking room back door politics, the cabinet meeting was held in secret. Between the mundane and bureaucratic baloney that probably goes on in most of those meetings, Gov. DeSantis also signed into law an Israeli's wet dream full of bills and pledges cementing Florida and Israel as "bestest buddies" for ever and ever.

    However the one bill that captured the slimmest bit of attention was one that aimed to silence free speech on Florida campuses under the auspices of fighting anti-Semitism. As written it is anti-Semitic to suggest that an American-Jewish individual is more loyal to Israel than to America, or to render an opinion that Jews worldwide are attempting to control governments of other nations for their own gain. A student at a university who raises his hand in class and says "yo professor, how's come there are so many dual national Israeli-Americans in positions of power in Washington" would be banished under this new law. And where would it end? What about a student who inquires of another student "hey you talk just like Judge Judy. You Jewish or something?" How far would this law extend?

     
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    Would you like some coffee to go with your anti semitisn?
     
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    Anti-semitism
     
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    It is a difficult to argue against anti-semitism laws, but these laws seem more about protecting Is real than anything else.
     
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    How about a nice buttery chardonnay. :)
     
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    Answer this if you can.....

    A person with dual Israeli-American citizenship runs for President. Would you be okay if that person is asked to which country has his or her loyalty? No requirement exists that demands dual citizenship is forbidden. Would you be okay if the other citizenship were to a different Middle Eastern country?
     
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    For example

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    Born in Miami
     
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