How ... curious. For all their slavish adoration of Israel, the residents of Idiotville don't seem that fond of their Jewish neighbours:
Senate Republicans without Jewish member after loss
WASHINGTON -- The defeat of incumbent Norm Coleman in the drawn-out Minnesota Senate race leaves U.S. Republicans without a Jewish senator for the first time in half a century.
No Jewish Republicans? What's up with that? Oh ...
Ira Forman, CEO of the National Jewish Democratic Council, said the sharp drop in the number of Jewish Republicans in Congress paralleled the party's shift to the right. "It's a reflection of where the Republican Party has gone," he said. "It's left the Jewish community pretty cold."
So where are all the Jewish politicians in the U.S.? Ah:
There are currently 30 Democrats in the House who list their religion as Jewish. The Senate will have 13 Jewish members as of next week when Franken, Coleman's rival in Minnesota, is sworn in. That's 11 Democrats and two independents who normally vote with the Democrats.
In unrelated news, it's the Left who's terribly, terribly anti-Semitic. Because, oh, shut up.