I think I've gotten more e-mails about J Street than anything since the TSA. Not that I'm comparing the two. Here's another one, reacting to Menachem Pritzker's  earlier critique:

I think Mr. Pritzker misses the point. While J-Street may have different positions that the current Israeli administration, AIPAC has often had different positions (much more right wing) than the Israeli government (unless that government happens to be run by Likud) and is more hardline than a large percentage, perhaps even a majority, of the Israeli population. Does AIPAC know better than the party they're lobbying for?

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