Monday, June 15, 2015

Assembly Member Ellen C. Jaffee Questions Legitimacy of Orthodox Jewish Voters

What a Chutzpah, from this "Alteh Katchkeh" Ellen Jaffee!

A majority of the 9 Board members of the East Ramapo Central School District in Rockland County, NY, are Orthodox Jewish, and they recently won re-election in a landslide, but sitting NY Assembly Member Ellen C. Jaffee used her time on the floor of the New York State Assembly to  question the legitimacy of the voters who elected the board. 

The shocking claim was made during a debate of Ms. Jaffee’s bill to impose an un-American “monitor” with veto power over East Ramapo. 


Quack Quack or Oink Oink? said...

Katchka oder fatt Chazir?

Now that the combative Porky, I mean Peggy Hatton, who always attacked Jews over the East Ramapo school district has moved to Florida, Ellen doesn't have that many pounds to gain to become Hatton's replacement clone in every way.

Anonymous said...

Do you know why Jaffee is also fighting tooth & nail against just a measly $500 credit for low income parents of yeshiva kids & Catholic school kids?

"She will continue to actively oppose the proposed legislation to provide an education tax credit which would enable private contributions to private educational institutions"

It's because Jaffee is a stooge of the corrupt mafias known as "teacher's unions" who want every Black kid to get a rotten education while they enrich themselves, which is exactly what HYPOCRITE Jaffee attacks the frum Jews in Monsey over for supposedly doing to Black school kids:

2014 Endorsements

SEIU Local 200United (teacher union)
New York State United Teachers (NYSUT)
New York State AFL-CIO (corrupt labor union)
NARAL Pro-Choice NY (murderous abortion advocates)
Planned Parenthood Advocates of New York (murderous abortion advocates)
Empire State Pride Agenda (homosexual advocates)
SEIU/1199 (teacher union)

False "champions" of East Ramapo said...

Religious and community groups are also lobbying for the bill. They’re eager to give poor, middle-class and minority kids the same advantage rich kids have: i.e., a decent education at a private school.

So why are Assembly Dems blocking it? Don’t they claim to be champions of the poor and middle class — and union allies?

It’s because one monster labor interest opposes the bill: The teachers unions want to keep kids locked in union-dominated public schools, no matter how awful they are.

That’s right: The teacher-union honchos see a bill that offers hope to children as a mortal threat to their turf — and many Assembly Democrats are too cowardly to defy the bosses.

If the Assembly kills this bill, its members lose all right to pose as defenders of the poor, the middle class and minorities