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What will Bezos do with ‘AIPAC all-stars’ of the Washington Post?

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Here’s liberal blogger John Cole describing the Washington Post as an AIPAC sheet and wondering what new ownership will do to its hasbara function. “You won’t find a more pro-Israel editorial page in the country.” Cole is said to be a big Obama supporter. His question is a reminder of how mainstream criticism of AIPAC has become: 

Lots of debate about how the politics of Jeff Bezos will impact the Washington Post editorial stance, but I haven’t seen anyone ask the obvious question- “Where is Bezos on Israel?” For me, the hallmark of the Washington Post editorial page, along with the constant concern trolling of Democrats and gleeful endorsement of slashing entitlements in an embrace of an orgiastic centrist buffoonery has been the fact that outside the Weekly Standard, you won’t find a more pro-Israel editorial page in the country.

Just go through the list of op-ed writers and the post-partisan yahoos like Chuck Lane and then throw in Hiatt and Rosen, and it’s like an AIPAC all-stars list.

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“you won’t find a more pro-Israel editorial page in the country.”

Really? Not in the entire country? #antiIsraelhyperbole

From the Libertarian window, a request to Bezos to purge WAPO of the neocons:
http://lionsofliberty.com/2013/08/06/will-jeff-bezos-purge-wapo-of-the-neocons/
“Please, pretty please, send pink slips to Ms. Rubin, Mr. Hiatt, Charles Krauthammer and others of such ilk.”

Bezos is a businessman. Very low on his list of priorities.

I can’t find any evidence that Jeff Bezos has expressed views on Mideast politics in the past — he’s a cipher on the topic. Even his ethnicity and religion appear to be a mystery — Google provides no answers. One might hope that he’ll fire Fred Hiatt and Hiatt’s neocon… Read more »

RE: “Here’s liberal blogger John Cole describing the Washington Post as an AIPAC sheet and wondering what new ownership will do to its hasbara function.” ~ Weiss MY COMMENT: It can’t help but be an improvement over the management of the Washington Post by the Weymouth clan! SEE: “Amazing Story… Read more »