posted on Aug, 23 2009 @ 02:10 AM
The basic question is flawed. Some Jews are Democrats. Some are Republican. Some vote for the Green party, for Ron Paul, Libertarian, and whatever.
And why not? "Jew" isn't some monolithic belief. It's a bunch of individuals, each of whom has had a different life experience, each of whom
has different education, experience, beliefs, and prejudices. To ask why "Jews vote for Democrats" is as silly as asking why Christians vote for
Ron Paul. Some do some don't. End of discussion.
As for the perceived hostility of Jews against Christians - it's not so, no more than Christian hostility against Jews, or any religion's hostility
against any other religion. There are differences of beliefs, and sometimes extreme believers in one group are hostile towards those in another
group. However, overall, most people of a given religion aren't particularly worried about other people of a different religion.