A couple of weeks ago it was Bret Stephens flat-out calling Hagel an anti-Semite for using the term “Jewish lobby” in 2008.
Send us Hagel and we will make sure every American knows he is an anti-Semite.
Take, for example, the Hungarian anti-Semite I met on Sunday in a Budapest pub.
I reserve the term “anti-Semite,” like the term “anti-Israel,” for those bigots who deserve it.
One New York Times columnist, Thomas Friedman, has called the claim that Hagel is an anti-Semite “disgusting.”
From the beginning the hand of the anti-Semite was flagrant in the new sensation.
It tears at the roofs as if it were an anti-Semite, and the roofs, Jews.
But as she was an anti-Semite with a sense of humour she admitted that the remedy was a slow one and difficult to enforce.
The Conservatives, hoping to win votes, even adopted an anti-Semite clause in their programme.
But when it comes to calling me an anti-Semite, it is obvious you are not in a fit state to continue this interview.