Can we have a little whine with that please? Jeremy Ben-Ami: (paraphrased) “Benjamin Netanjahu has time for Palin and Huckabee, but not for little ol’ J-Street.”
The following was forwarded by an acquaintance to the Tundra Tabloids, he received from J-Street’s founder, Jeremy Ben-Ami. It appears that the Israeli Knesset is discussing how to deal with the pseudo pro-Israel org, seeing that they usually march in lock step with Israel’s enemies. In short, J-Street isn’t fooling the Israeli Right-wing and many of those from the center. KGS
The Knesset: With friends like J-Street, who needs enemies?
H/T Carl In J’Lem
Ben-Ami: Yet, as you may have read, while the Prime Minister doesn’t have time to meet a movement that now represents over 170,000 pro-Israel, pro-peace supporters, he has time to host Sarah Palin for dinner Monday night. 
It’s sad to me that this Government has such a narrow political definition of friendship for the state of Israel – welcoming Palin and Mike Huckabee, but not J Street. 
We call on the Israeli government to open the doors. Get to know us and the large part of American Jewry we represent – deep supporters of the state and people of Israel, and deeply committed to ending its conflict with the Palestinians now, before it’s too late to save Israel as a Jewish and a democratic home.
Click here to add your name to the petition.
We’ll keep you posted during the week on what’s happening at the Knesset.
Thanks, and wish me luck,
President, J Street
March 20, 2011
 “Sarah Palin to arrive in Israel for first time,” by Gil Hoffman. Jerusalem Post. March 19, 2011.
 “Huckabee meets Netanyahu,” by Ben Smith. Politico. January 31, 2011