From Think Progress:
Cantor Suggests Anti-Semitism Is A Problem Within The House GOP Caucus
A few weeks ago, the House GOP was up in arms over House Majority Leader Eric Cantor’s (R-VA) $25,000 donation to anti-incumbent candidate Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL), who ultimately defeated his opponent, incumbent Rep. Don Manzullo (R-IL). But the story got a little more fraught when it turned out that Manzullo once said Cantor would not be “saved” because he is Jewish.
Today, Cantor, the only Jewish House Republican, nearly affirmed that this was the reason he fought against Manzullo’s re-election, insinuating that anti-Semitism — and racism — are lingering problems among the House GOP generally. He speaking at a breakfast event organized by Politico
Calling it the “darker side,” Cantor responded to Politico’s Mike Allen’s question of whether there is anti-semitism in Congress by trying to avoid commenting. But eventually he let up: “I think that all of us know that in this country, we’ve not always gotten it right in terms of racial matters, religous matters, whatever. We continue to strive to provide equal treatment to everybody.”
“We’re talking about the House Republican Caucus, not America,” Allen pushed.
Just look at Cantor's reaction after Allen's last question.
He can't answer it because he knows his party is an embarrassment when it comes to cultural insensitivity and bigotry. Look at the candidacy of racist Ron Paul. Look at the support that dominionists who loved Rick Santorum have within the Republican Party.
A rightwing hack writing on a hate site made the outrageous comment that anti-Semitism wasn't a problem here in America and that only because of Muslims was it still an issue. Well... I don't see a ton of Muslims in the House Republican Caucus. Do you?
Get the word out to your friends and independents that this is a serious election and that these people are not kidding around when it comes to bigotry and hatred. Putting them in charge of the White House and Congress can only end in disaster for the American people.