Hmm. I remember being critical of Obama for cozying up to Farrakhan, Jeremiah Wright, and William Ayers. I stand by those criticisms. I don't know if they were best buds or not, but he was on favorable personal terms with very bad people. He shouldn't have been, and Trump shouldn't be either.
Personally, I care about it - not because liberals do, but because I do on my own. Even though I don't believe in the theology underlying the Right's pro-Israel position, I detest true antisemitism. Even if you don't care about it, the perception is terrible, and the poor judgment that went into this decision should concern you. I know you guys don't care about perceptions, but giving the MSM ammunition to spin their narratives makes them look more believable. It's a stupid, unforced error, and in elections decided by a point or two (as many, many are), this kind of thing hurts.
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