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You Go, Andrew Tarsy!

On Tuesday August 14th I loudly booed Andrew Tarsy because he was simply reiterating Abraham Foxman’s phony lines about the ADL's position on the Armenian Genocide. At the time, you could almost tell he was struggling with himself because he … Read More

By / August 18, 2007

On Tuesday August 14th I loudly booed Andrew Tarsy because he was simply reiterating Abraham Foxman’s phony lines about the ADL's position on the Armenian Genocide. At the time, you could almost tell he was struggling with himself because he knew he was lying.

Today I praise Andrew Tarsy for having the courage to risk and lose his livelihood for the truth.

This stands in stark comparison to politicians who jumped in front of this citizen-led parade and are now seeking glory on television and radio.

Watertown owes a great debt of gratitude to Mr. David Boyajian of Newton. We ought to give him keys to the city. A citizen from a neighboring community wrote a letter to the editor and the rest of us jumped on the bandwagon.

But back to Tarsy and the ADL: Tarsy’s firing speaks volumes about the so-called independence of ADL ancillaries, as it speaks volumes about the very nature of the ADL.

As I said Tuesday night, 90 years or 90 days will not move ADL to change its position.

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