Former hippie, "Surfing" Rabbi Nachum Shifren, campaigns today to conserve traditional values in California

Op/Ed by Rabbi Nachum Shifren:

There we were, surrounded by insane, screaming Leftist psycho-phants-- this was true danger. "Fascists, Nazis, F...ing teabaggers," you name it, they hurled it at us. One of the indignant Latino activists had misspelled his protest sign!  Ever the teacher, I let him know about his error.

"F...you, you f'---ing Jew. Why don't you go back to Auschwitz and die like the rest of your 6 million brothers?" he bellowed hysterically.  I smiled back.

Are these the "meek", the "innocent", only wanting to come to "work" and make a better life for their families? Here assembled were the Greens, the "peaceniks", the "progressives", wanting only to have one world, one culture, one (humanity?)...sans the United States of America.

He didn't appreciate my being punctilious, when at issue was really the presence of over 20,000,000 illegal aliens in our country.

For anyone that is unfamiliar with this type of riffraff, let him get used to the coming battle that we face in this election year. The pressures will be enormous on us to transform our culture into some sort of polyglot banana republic. Each of us has the duty to fight this oppression and confiscation of the only place on earth where merit and individual freedoms are still what make us the most unique people on earth.

As you turn to your daily activities, far away from the frontal assault of the despots that would plunder and subjugate our nation, remember that I am the only conservative candidate dedicated to defeating multiculturalism, amnest, and Shariah Law in California. Let me hear from you in this fateful election year!

For info on our big campaign event May 16 at 7pm in Orange County's Villa Park featuring Cong. Dana Rohrabacher and OC Rep. Chairman Scott Baugh, see our website: www.RabbiForSenate.Com

Your Educational Candidate, lecturer and author, Rabbi Nachum Shifren, Candidate for California State Senate, District #26 this November.