Goldblog agrees with me about the irrelevance of the ethnicity of J-Street donors. However, he's on the other side of the Human Right's Watch war. From one of his recent posts:

I read the Bernstein op-ed, and I know his opinions on a range of subjects. I don't recall him ever saying that Israel should be judged by a different human rights standard than the rest of the world. What he has said is that democracies and open societies should be treated differently by Human Rights Watch than dictatorships. It's an argument worthy of debate, but Human Rights Watch will brook no debate, not a good example for societies struggling to be free, by the way.  And it's particularly sad that Human Rights Watch would distort the record of its founder.

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